Meet Our 2018 Sarah Stewart Scholar

Ehab Bahrun

Ehab is a third year medical student at Georgetown University interested in Anesthesiology, Internal Medicine, and Surgery. He is from Orange County, California and attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) where he graduated Honors with a degree in Psychobiology. Ehab decided to attend Georgetown for its commitment to addressing health care disparities and its history in creating physicians who are advocates for their patients both inside and outside of the hospital. He defines diversity as the understanding and appreciation that each individual is unique. However, to him it is also a conscious practice of respecting those qualities and experiences that make us different. As a future physician, he hopes to extend his care to the underserved and address the health inequities facing low-income and minority communities. In his free time, Ehab likes watching sports, keeping up with politics, going to the gym, and spending time with his family and friends.