Dennis is a first year medical student at Harvard from Ghana. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology at Cornell University. During his time there, he was Vice President of Finance for the International Student Union and was involved in advocacy around many issues that face international students. Dennis spent his undergrad years as a research assistant in the Schaffer-Nishimura Lab using two photon microscopy to study stem cell division in the small intestine of mice. He was a Hunter Rawlings Presidential Research Scholar and won the Samuel Huntington Public Service Award in 2018 to lead a library project in Ghana. Dennis is interested in issues concerning inequity in healthcare and education access. Talk to Dennis about stem cell research and inequity in healthcare.