Reem is a current master of public health student and research associate for the UB Department of Medicine. Her extensive laboratory research experience explores the mechanisms of aging and its implications for health-span.
Concurrently, Reem has and continues to work on multiple global health initiatives addressing preventive health, female empowerment, and education. She mentors undergraduate students in their experiential learning journey and international health work.
Locally, her work in the community focuses on STEM empowerment, as well as data and policy development. Her ultimate goals are empowering minorities and females to pursue STEM and address the healthcare field from both a research and policy level. She is excited to continue her studies in Buffalo in parallel to the growing medical campus and diverse community.