Urooj Khan ’21 is a Psychology major with a concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience and an English minor. Currently, she works as a Patient Care Associate at MiDoctor Urgent Care where she started in Summer 2020. She assists in patient outreach, registration, and assistance in setting up COVID-19 testing and vaccine appointments.
In Fall 2017, she joined Macaulay’s newspaper, the Macaulay Messenger as the Opinions Editor and has served as the Co-Editor in Chief for the past 2 years. She also contributed creative writing pieces to the 67th Street Scribe. In Spring 2018, she started volunteering through the C.A.R.E. geriatric program at the Mount Sinai ED. In Fall 2018, she started work as a Clinical Research Intern at the World Trade Center Health Research Program at the Icahn School of Medicine where she conducted health phone screens and assisted in the neuroimaging study. She has served as the President of the Hunter Society of Bioethics and Medicine, President of the Macaulay STEM Society, and Secretary of the Psychology Club. In the future, she plans on attending medical school.