Jevin Clark, MD (she/her)
Jevin Clark grew up in the Washington D.C. area and after high school, left to study
Chemical Engineering at Lehigh University. After graduation, she worked within her
industry but soon learned that she was searching for a career change. Not long after,
she joined the National Institutes of Health as a post-baccalaureate research fellow in
the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She published multiple bioinformatic
studies evaluating mouse kidney RNA-seq data. She was subsequently accepted to
Howard University College of Medicine and was delighted to stay in Washington D.C.
for her graduate education. Howard University, with their mission to serve underserved
communities, allowed her ample opportunity to follow her passion for providing
accessible information and resources to vulnerable communities. As a med student,
she was honored to be selected for the Gold Humanism Society by her peers. In her
free time, she is a food enthusiast; she loves trying new restaurants, perfecting recipes,
and food photography. On a perfect day, she is outside enjoying the sunshine and
reading the New York times.