Brandon Sultan is the founder and editor-in-chief emeritus of Voices in Bioethics. He is a medical student at the Howard University College of Medicine. He has Master’s Degrees in Narrative Medicine and in Bioethics, both from of Columbia University. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering and Political Science from Tufts University. He is co-author of the piece “Team-Building Skills and Enhancing Competencies in Health-Care Professions,” featured in the book Keeping Reflections Fresh: A Practical Guide for Clinical Educators. He is inspired by his father, a Venezuelan Doctor who spent 40 years practicing medicine in inner-city communities. Brandon spent 10 years along with his mother caring for his grandmother who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. He intends to honor their legacy and pursue his passion of a career in geriatric medicine.
Contact Brandon at Brandon@VoicesInBioethics.org