Lauren Remer, BS, PA-S
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose - 05/15/2021

 

 

Two sentence bio:

 

 

Lauren Remer graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Science in Management, Science, & Engineering and is now in her third year at the Stanford School of Medicine’s Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (MSPA) program. While in her first year of the Stanford MSPA program, Lauren served as the president of the Stanford University Physician Assistant Student Association (SUPASA) and as co-president for Women and Medicine (WAM). Today she is presenting research that she was inspired to do by watching her family struggle to attain their medical needs during the pandemic.

 

Longer bio:

 

Lauren Remer graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Science in Management, Science, & Engineering and is now in her third year at the Stanford School of Medicine’s Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (MSPA) program. While in her first year of the Stanford MSPA program, Lauren served as the president of the Stanford University Physician Assistant Student Association (SUPASA) and as co-president for Women and Medicine (WAM).

 

During her undergraduate studies, Lauren volunteered with Stanford EMS and Rockmed and was as a teacher’s assistant for the EMT program; she was also a research assistant in the Ashley Cardiovascular Lab at Stanford and worked abroad recertifying and training EMTs in the newly established Nepal Ambulance Service. Prior to returning to Stanford for her MSPA, Lauren continued her volunteer work with the Stanford EMT program, worked as an EMT in San Francisco for two years, and volunteered in the ER at Children’s Hospital in Oakland.