Jay Lusk, BSc
Jay Lusk is a final-year MD/MBA student at Duke University. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Yale-NUS College. He is an American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellow and a graduate of the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy Scholars in Medicine program. His research interests center on understanding how systemic forces, such as income inequality, systemic racism, and misaligned healthcare system incentives combine to affect the disease trajectory of patients with neurological and cardiovascular disorders. Jay is an aspiring clinician-scientist in population health sciences and health policy, and he hopes to develop, test, and implement effective system-level interventions to improve health equity and value of healthcare provided to patients. After completing his medical school education this spring, Jay intends to pursue residency training in neurology.
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