Research Assistant Volunteer
Max is a junior at the Gallatin School of Inidividualized Study (New York University) studying Multidisciplinary Healthcare Studies, concentrating primarily in the topics of clinical and medical ethics, behavioral and mental healthcare, hearing and communicative disorders, and healthcare practices compliance law. His scientific research interests pertain to the contemporary impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic on aggregate and inidividual mental health, physical health, and child development, as well as biofeedback technology systems for speech and hearing rehabilitation. He is also pursuing a Master of Public Health at the NYU School of Global Public Health, focusing on Social and Behavioral Health.
New York University
B.A. in Multidisciplinary Healthcare Studies, MPH in Social and Behavioral Health