Marina Haque is a fourth year dual degree medical and master’s in health management and policy student from the University of Michigan matched into an anesthesiology residency. Within the University of Michigan, she works with the Michigan Medicine Office for Health Equity and Inclusion and is also part of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Paths of Excellence. She is a health systems and health equities researcher, with previous work ranging on the opioid epidemic within the city of Detroit to health care accessibility within urban Pakistan. In 2020, she was awarded the prestigious 2020 United States Public Health Services: Excellence in Public Health Award.
Her interests within Students Against COVID include promoting social accountability, forging efficient collaboration networks, and helping to drive the creation of creative platforms to help others connect during this difficult time, such as the upcoming series within Students Against COVID: Love in the Time of COVID.
Creating an innovative, inclusive, and scientifically-found platform to promote improvement of overall societal welfare.