We get excited about all our Member Spotlights — this one in particular. Jason Fang is the kind of leader that embodies the AMSA essence in so many ways. Optimistic, realistic, deeply committed and wicked smart. And, honestly. super fun to be around.
Jason is a third year medical student at the Medical University of Silesia and currently serving as the International Trustee for AMSA National. He has been involved in AMSA since undergrad but has been heavily active with AMSA National throughout medical school. He has been an Advocacy Coach for the last three year for AMSA Convention’s Advocacy Day, speaking to Congressional staff on issues such as Gun Violence Prevention, Lowering Drug Pricing, Mental Health for Healthcare Providers, among numerous other topics. He hopes new generations of physicians in training will be able to find their voice to help influence the policies which will affect their patients beyond the clinical setting. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh along with minors in History and Chemistry with certificates in International Studies and Philosophical Foundations of Medicine.
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