Jason is a third year medical student at the Medical University of Silesia. A resident of Morganville, New Jersey. Mr. Fang is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh majoring in Biological Science, with minor in History and certificates in International Studies and Philosophical Foundations of Medicine. During his undergraduate career, his passion for learning about history and cultures led him to become President of Model United Nations where he competed in and won several international conferences around the country. His love of medicine matured while researching in the field of xenotransplantation at the Thomas E. Starzl Transplant Institute at UPMC for four years under Dr. David Cooper. He was accredited with several publications in established journals such as Immunology, Transplantation and Xenotransplantation and was accepted to present at several international research conventions. After starting at MUS, Jason became immediately active in community outreach, including organizing fundraisers and volunteering at local community projects. After becoming President of the local AMSA chapter, he pushed AMSA to have a larger presence on campus and in the community. He also worked as the Communication Lead for the Science Innovation Union, a UK-based non-profit that tries to bridge the gap between academia, industry and governments to build a new generation of bio-entrepreneurs. In addition to his academic work, he is also committed to helping his peers serving as Class President. Jason is excited to advance AMSA’s goals of education and advocacy as the International Trustee.