Andres F. Diaz, MS

MD/PhD student | Global Health Advocate | Always Hungry

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Andres F. Diaz is an MD/PhD student at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson. He holds a master’s degree in cellular and molecular biology from Tulane University and two bachelor’s degrees in biomedical sciences and biotechnology from the University of Central Florida.

Throughout his personal and professional life, Andres F. Diaz has drawn inspiration from the tireless efforts of physicians and scientists dedicated to enhancing access to healthcare, advancing life-saving treatments, promoting education, and striving for resource equity. As an aspiring pediatric oncologist and cancer researcher, Andres envisions fostering a medical practice that prioritizes the care of marginalized populations both locally and globally. Furthermore, he is resolute in his dedication to a research ethos that actively includes patient communities often underrepresented in scholarly literature.

Currently, Andres holds the position of Chief Editor at The New Physician magazine and serves as a distinguished member of the AMSA National Board of Trustees. Through these roles, he continues to advocate for healthcare equity and amplifies the voices of those often overlooked in medical discourse. Andres also holds a seat on the Graduate and Postdoctoral Council on Mentorship, Well-being, and Professional Development in STEMM at the National Academies of Science Engineering, and Medicine. In this role Andres plays an active role in policy recommendations and endeavors aimed at improving the professional and personal lives of graduate and postdoctoral STEMM students in the United States. Lastly, Andres serves an Associate Editor of the ConductScience: Methods academic journal. In this role, he is responsible for soliciting experts for the peer-review process, request articles from scientists around the world, and for maintaining the editorial and scientific integrity of all journal submissions.

In his free time, Andres loves reading, cooking, and hiking. He is currently working with friends a podcast project focused on medical humanities, illness narratives, and medical literature. The podcast will air this coming summer, stay tuned!

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