Three Stanford Medicine students awarded Albert Schweitzer Fellowships

Three medical students will spend a year improving community health and developing leadership skills

Three Stanford Medicine students have been named to the 2015-16 class of San Francisco Bay Area Albert Schweitzer Fellows. The fellows will spend a year learning about and completing community service projects while pursuing their individual academic paths and developing leadership skills. Each fellow will receive a $2,000 stipend.

Following are names of the Stanford medical students and their projects:

  • Gunsagar Gulati will develop a health-coaching and education program for patients at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Milpitas.
  • Jecca Steinberg plans to help pediatric preschool-age patients at Fair Oaks Clinic in Redwood City prepare for school. 
  • Paula Trepman will work with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula to teach elementary school students healthy habits using dance and nutrition education. 

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