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Josh Parish is a senior at Northwestern studying Social Policy, Chinese, and Science in Human Culture. Waddup! The oldest of three, Josh grew up just west of Minneapolis, and is proud to call the Midwest home. Outside of the classroom, Josh is one of the Executive Co-Chairs for Northwestern University Dance Marathon (NUDM), a Freshmen Urban Program (FUP) counselor, and a Tour Guide for the Office of Admissions. He also works as the primary student coordinator for Northwestern's Public Interest Program, a one-year fellowship dedicated to placing graduating seniors in Chicago's non-profit sector. He has become an avid proponent and follower of health technology, and spent his Practicum last spring working at Care Team Connect, which offers a cloud-based care and population management platform to large scale health networks. Josh spent this past summer in Chicago working at Healthbox, one of the country’s premier health-technology focused startup accelerators. When he’s not around Evanston or playing pickup b-ball at SPAC, Josh will be working on an Honors Thesis, which will focus on the ways domestic physicians navigate the legal ambiguities of medical tourism returnees afflicted by postoperative complications.
Joined: on 22/09/2013
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