Bram is a hospitalist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, on faculty in the Division of Global Health Equity, and Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Bram’s principle interests include social medicine, movement building and strategy, universal health care, and addressing health inequities via activism and organizing.
David is a hospitalist at Cambridge Health Alliance and Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. With interests in refugee and immigrant health locally and in the Middle East, David founded the website www.refugeography.org to connect refugees to services in Boston and has done medical work with refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, and the West Bank.
Dr. Devin Atallah is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology at the Boston University School of Education. Dr. Atallah completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2014 from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and his clinical internship from the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology at Boston University Medical School. Dr. Atallah focuses on transforming conditions of inequity and illness toward wellness and social justice by exploring, developing, and implementing culturally-meaningful trauma-informed interventions and initiatives in direct collaboration with racialized, refugee, and indigenous communities in struggle locally in Boston, and transnationally primarily in Chile and Palestine.
Henry, currently an MD candidate, graduated from Tufts University in 2011 and began pursuing a career in humanitarian aid work in a number of regional countries, including Palestine, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, and Armenia. His current interests and passions lie in community health and the pursuit of progress in the field of healthcare as a catalyst for social change.