Cameron Clarke

Mr. Cameron Clarke ( is a sophomore biology and community health double major from Jersey City, New Jersey. In addition to working in the Cobb Lab, he serves as the co-coordinator of Peer Health Exchange at Howard University, where he oversees 30 other students in teaching health education to local DC high school students. This past year, he served as the Health and Wellness Specialist for the Howard University Student Association, where he helped facilitate the installation of purified water fountains throughout the school. He was elected as a Senator to represent the college of Arts and Sciences in the HUSA Senate for the 2015-2016 academic year. He has interned at the Columbia School of Public Health, under Dr. David Bell, also working at the Young Men’s Clinic at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Last year, he was on the team that competed and received honors at the DC Regional Public Health Case Challenge for their presentation. This past spring break, he traveled to the Grand Canyon as part of a team that investigated disparities in representation at the national parks for the National Park Service. He also traveled to Bahir Dar University in Ethiopia as part of the GEAR UP research program in summer 2015. After graduation, Cameron hopes to obtain his MD and MPH, and pursue a career working in public health research and outreach.

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