Samuel Hand

Samuel Hand

Samuel Hand (Class of 2018) founded the Academy of Health Sciences Volunteer Program in the School of Medicine, in which medical students tutor local Birmingham high school students in their science curriculum.


David Osula

David Osula

David Osula (Class of 2019) used his Albert Schweitzer Fellowship to found a program in which medical students form one-on-one, long term mentoring relationships with high school students in the Carver High School Academy of Health Sciences.


Amie Lemley

Amie Lemley

Amie Lemley (Class of 2019) served as Community Service Chair for the Family Medicine Interest Group in 2016-17. In this role, she organized opportunities for medical students to offer health screenings for the homeless, pack and deliver produce to seniors, and collaborated with Woodlawn High School students’ urban garden project to provide health screening and education at several community events.


Sal Kamal

Sal Kamal

Sal Kamal (Class of 2018) served as president of Equal Access Birmingham in 2015-16. His team added Wednesday night urgent care clinics, organized the annual EAB 5K fundraiser, and initiated the partnership between EAB and Birmingham's Project Homeless Connect, an annual fair providing medical, social, and dental services to community members experiencing homelessness. He plans a career in internal medicine and health policy.


Hannah Hashimi

Hannah Hashimi

Hannah Hashimi (Class of 2020), a Health Equity Scholar, developed a cookbook and training manual for medical students to perform cooking demonstrations and nutrition education at the East Lake Market.


Caroline Fuller

Caroline Fuller

Caroline Fuller (Class of 2020), an Albert Schweitzer Fellow, developed a science enrichment curriculum for children in East Lake, with a focus on nutrition and physical activity. She is also Founder and President of East Lake Interest Group.