Collin HansonChicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University
Collin was born in Urbana, IL and grew up in the Indianapolis area. He graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. During his undergraduate studies, he played violin in the philharmonic orchestra and participated in the university triathlon club. After graduating, Collin earned a Fulbright grant as an English Teaching Assistant in Guayaquil, Ecuador. His projects involved working with the underserved in global health settings and volunteering at local orphanages. During medical school, Collin was involved in the student-run free clinic and the university’s Christian Fellowship. Collin is a member of AOA and the Gold Humanism Honor Society. His interests include adolescent and young adult oncology, palliative care, and caring for underserved patient populations. Collin is actively involved in his Chicago church community and in his free time is steadily working on improving his skills in Brazilian jiu-jitsu.