Author: Fareedat Oluyadi

Fareedat Oluyadi Fareedat Oluyadi (1 Posts)

Contributing Writer Emeritus

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai


Fareedat Oluyadi is a Class of 2016 medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She gained admissions during her sophomore year of college through the humanities and medicine early assurance program, now called the FlexMed Program. Fareedat graduated with B.A. in Psychology from the Johns Hopkins University in 2012. Some of her extracurricular engagements include serving as a teaching senior at the Women’s Health Services department of the student-run clinic, EHHOP and mentoring first generation scholars through the college and beyond. In the treasured free time she has, Fareedat loves attending kickboxing and latin dance classes at the 92 Y.




Hand-in-Hand: White Coats for Black Lives

Maybe it was excitement that I was partaking in something greater than myself. Maybe it was guilt that I had not been closely following the nationwide outrage and responses to the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases. But other than my dreaded neurology shelf exam that Friday, the White Coats for Black Lives Die-In was the most exciting thing on my calendar all week.

Fareedat Oluyadi Fareedat Oluyadi (1 Posts)

Contributing Writer Emeritus

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai


Fareedat Oluyadi is a Class of 2016 medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She gained admissions during her sophomore year of college through the humanities and medicine early assurance program, now called the FlexMed Program. Fareedat graduated with B.A. in Psychology from the Johns Hopkins University in 2012. Some of her extracurricular engagements include serving as a teaching senior at the Women’s Health Services department of the student-run clinic, EHHOP and mentoring first generation scholars through the college and beyond. In the treasured free time she has, Fareedat loves attending kickboxing and latin dance classes at the 92 Y.