IAU Student receives the Aspiring Legends Award

Gul Jabbar, a third year Medical Student at IAU, is currently on Rotation in Baltimore, and received the Aspiring Legends Award, given by the Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity, at their Benefit Gala..

Gul Jabbar, a third year Medical Student at IAU, is currently on Rotation in Baltimore, and received the Aspiring Legends Award, given by the Living Legends Awards for Service to Humanity, at their Benefit Gala on October 23rd 2016. Gul has always been involved actively in community service since her freshmen year in college. She plans to continue her work in internal medicine with a focus on mental health. She believes in working with the underserved community for better understanding the impact of behavioral health and to take preventative steps to improve health.

Read more about her @  Living Legends Awards/ Gul Jabbar

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