Neil is a fourth-year medical student at Rowan University who matched into Interventional Radiology at Georgetown University. He graduated from Boston University, receiving his B.S. in Human Physiology and B.A. in Psychology. Prior to starting medical school, he spent a year at BU as a lecturer and lab director for a neuroanatomy and neuropathology course.
Interested in healthcare policy, Neil served as the Chair for the medical student section for the Medical Society of New Jersey. He has developed national policies within the American Medical Association (AMA) to combat the opioid crisis.
To fulfill his passion for clinical and translational research, Neil is also a student-investigator at the University of Pennsylvania: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He has over 20 submitted abstracts and publications and has been recognized by the Society of Interventional Radiology and American Thyroid Association for his work.
Neil has over 9 years of teaching experience and has been acknowledged for his mentorship. He has served on the AMA Committee of Medical Education and was a tutor at his medical school. His expertise lies in both the allopathic and the osteopathic admissions process. Neil’s passions lie in healthcare policy, research, IR, innovation, and mentorship.