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Eugene Shenderov is a third year medical student in the MD-PhD
Medical Scientist Training Program at the Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine. He has a long-standing passion for addressing
local community and global health issues that predate his
attendance at Hopkins. While pursuing a PhD in tumor immunology as
a Rhodes Scholar in a joint doctoral program at the University of
Oxford and the National Institutes of Health, he helped organize a
National Youth Leadership Summit on "Innovative Solutions to
Healthcare in Low-Resource Settings" that was held in New York City
and attracted over 700 university students and young professionals
throughout the US and abroad.
As a member of the Baltimore community, Eugene has witnessed
first-hand that many low-income residents of Baltimore face
significant health disparities and lack access to healthcare. He
and a group of his fellow Johns Hopkins medical students decided to
act. They founded the Charm City Clinic, Inc, a 501 (c) non-profit
organization, to reduce health inequities by helping East Baltimore
residents access high quality health care and social services.
Since March 2010, the Charm City Clinic has served approximately
350 individuals, helping them enroll in medical assistance and
health-related social services, providing preventive screenings for
hypertension and diabetes, and conducting neighborhood-based
This year, medical students from Maryland have started
volunteering at CCC in large part due to Eugene's efforts to ensure
that students from across our area participate in such an important
and useful endeavor.
Eugene also serves as co-chair of the MD ACP Student Committee
where he is active in a number of different programs from
participation in the Community Health Care Initiative, Student
Dilemma and a student mentoring program.
Eugene's tireless devotion to the underserved of Baltimore is
inspirational. The amount of effort it took to even open the clinic
underscores the commitment Eugene and his fellow students have to
our community. Eugene and his fellow students did not just "talk
the talk," they "walked the walk."
It is with pleasure that we recognize Eugene Shenderov for this
year's Mackowiak Student Achievement Award and we applaud him for
his current accomplishment as well as his future activities as he
continues his career in medicine