Adriana Rush is a medical student between the second and third years at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville. She attended Boston University for her undergraduate education, where she double majored in History of Art & Architecture and Philosophy. She has worked in the museum and media fields before deciding to pursue a career in medicine.
Adriana’s medical interests include end-of-life care, addressing societal changes in healthcare, and, of course, sexual health. She currently serves as the President of her school’s Radiology Interest Group, Co-President of the Urology Interest Group, and actively mentors premedical students. Her research interests include health informatics and improvements in quality of care in oncology.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, dancing samba, and trying to change her black thumb into a green one.