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Hilary Friedlander Hilary Friedlander (1 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Albert Einstein College of Medicine


Hilary is a third-year medical student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, NY. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Healthcare Management from Emory University in 2011 and spent the following three years completing her pre-medical post-baccalaureate certificate at Hunter College in New York City. Hilary’s research work during her post-bacc program focused on increasing colonoscopy adherence in the East Harlem Latino population and understanding the socioeconomic differences in Melanoma prognosis and survival in Australia. Her work on these projects inspired her to volunteer at Einstein’s student run clinic during her first year as a Women’s Health Patient Advocate, providing free women’s health care for the uninsured residents of the Bronx. Hilary served as President of Einstein’s American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) Chapter and Treasurer of the Ob/Gyn Interest Group. Her work with AMWA has led to a pilot research project to assess the effectiveness of different educational modalities in introducing sex trafficking education in to medical school curricula, which was presented at the International Congress of the Medical Women’s International Association in Vienna Austria. She currently serves as AMWA’s Region 2 Director and PATH Education Co-Chair. She plans to pursue a career committed to women’s health.




Hilary Friedlander Hilary Friedlander (1 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Albert Einstein College of Medicine


Hilary is a third-year medical student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, NY. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Healthcare Management from Emory University in 2011 and spent the following three years completing her pre-medical post-baccalaureate certificate at Hunter College in New York City. Hilary’s research work during her post-bacc program focused on increasing colonoscopy adherence in the East Harlem Latino population and understanding the socioeconomic differences in Melanoma prognosis and survival in Australia. Her work on these projects inspired her to volunteer at Einstein’s student run clinic during her first year as a Women’s Health Patient Advocate, providing free women’s health care for the uninsured residents of the Bronx. Hilary served as President of Einstein’s American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) Chapter and Treasurer of the Ob/Gyn Interest Group. Her work with AMWA has led to a pilot research project to assess the effectiveness of different educational modalities in introducing sex trafficking education in to medical school curricula, which was presented at the International Congress of the Medical Women’s International Association in Vienna Austria. She currently serves as AMWA’s Region 2 Director and PATH Education Co-Chair. She plans to pursue a career committed to women’s health.