Professional experience & accomplishments
Chloe grew up in the Southeastern US, where they received a BS in biochemistry and dance, after which she moved to Washington, D.C. to pursue a clinical research fellowship at the NIH focusing on HIV, Hepatitis C, and substance use treatment. Throughout medical school, Chloe continued developing her interests in community health, completing a substance use research fellowship at NYU and her MPH in Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Science Emory University in Atlanta, GA. They were very involved during medical school, working as a private tutor to middle school through college age students, volunteer teaching in NYC public schools, improving her language skills through medical Spanish and basic Bengali classes, and pursuing academic and personal experiences in gender affirming and adolescent centered care. Chloe has a passion for partnering with patients to reimagine and improve our collective community health.