Throughout the year, Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s office of diversity and inclusion hosts events aimed at expanding a vision of what it means to be a diverse community that is inclusive of all. This event was created in partnership with Einstein’s chapter of the American Academy of Developmental Medicine & Dentistry (AADMD) and RespectAbility, a diverse, disability-led nonprofit that works to create systemic change in how society views and values people with disabilities, and which advances policies and practices that empower people with disabilities to have a better future. Einstein AADMD student board members moderated this discussion.
- Anuva Goel, Einstein M.D. Student and American Academy of Developmental Medicine & Dentistry (AADMD) Student Board Member
- Abigail Goldberger, Einstein M.D. Student and AADMD Student Board Member
- Nechama Katan, director of data science, Pfizer
- Gracelyn Richmond, Ph.D. student, Einstein
- Emerson Wheeler, M.D. student, College of Medicine at the University Vermont