Andrew Aboujaoude is an honors student and a LEAD Scholar at the University of Central Florida. Andrew is majoring in biomedical sciences and minoring in political science. His current research focuses on molecular parasitology and important malarial kinases, in hopes of uncovering vital protein interaction networks. Andrew has also conducted research in the field of rhetoric and writing, where he explicated the persuasive elements of ISIS propaganda. He has volunteered in the Orlando Regional Medical Center’s cancer center, cardiac unit, neurological unit and emergency department. Recently, Andrew started a nonprofit organization Hearts for the Homeless Orlando that aims to decrease hypertension incidence rates in homeless communities throughout the world. For his charitable work, Andrew was awarded the Clinton Global Initiative University Scholarship, the Heart of UCF Award, and the Resolution Fellowship. Andrew intends to pursue a career in medicine as a physician for the United States of America military.
Medicine and Health Sciences
Aboujaoude, Andrew, "Andrew Aboujaoude" (2017). RAMP Scholars. 2.