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Adjoa Boateng is a physician, writer, purveyor of the arts and humanitarian. She completed her undergraduate degree and anesthesiology training at Yale, then undertaking a critical care fellowship at Stanford. Prior to her role as an anesthesiologist and critical care physician, Adjoa completed work in several facets of addiction medicine performing clinical research at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, undertaking projects focusing on Hepatitis C in injection drug users, during her MPH degree she analyzed programs in Philadelphia which trained heroin users to inject Naloxone to mitigate overdose, and in medical school was selected among many to complete a prestigious training course at the renowned Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California, always seeking to assist the forgotten; those at the margins of society. Adjoa marries this to her current areas of interest, which include the intersection of medicine, the arts and the disadvantaged. She currently is investigating racial and ethnic disparities in critical care medicine.