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Ochsner Clinical School

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Chapter Leads

Liam Long

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Liam is a third-year medical student studying at the University of Queensland. He attended Louisiana State University and graduated in 2018. Liam is a lifelong skier and has played a number of sports over the years, and he strongly believes in the positive role that fitness plays in mental health and wellness. He is excited to help build a global community dedicated to improving the physical and mental well-being of medical students.

Michael Duggan

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Mike is a third year medical student at the University of Queensland-Ochsner Clinical School in Brisbane, Australia. After graduating from the University of Maryland in 2016 with a BS in Biology, he worked as a clinical research coordinator on childhood obesity focused research projects at Massachusetts General Hospital. His biggest fitness accomplishments to date are running the Boston Marathon and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. He is looking forward towards utilizing fitness to create and develop a sense of community among medical students.

Patrick Brown

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Patrick is a third-year medical student at the University of Queensland – Ochsner Clinical School in Brisbane, Australia. He graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2018 with a BS in Biology. In his free time, he continues his lifelong obsession with soccer as a player, fan, coach, referee, and personal trainer. He hopes to be able to incorporate the lessons he’s learned on the field with MedinMotion off the field.

Safa Gul

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Safa is a 3rd year medical student who graduated undergrad at UC Irvine with a degree in Classics. She ran track and field in high school and now enjoys weightlifting and hiking. She learned how to skateboard and surf while living in Australia last year, and is always looking for new ways to challenge herself physically. She is looking forward to encouraging people to find a form of exercise that works for them.