Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Fadeke Muraina attended Yale University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She then spent one year as the Research Program Coordinator for the Poverty and Inequality Research Lab at Johns Hopkins University and a naloxone trainer with the Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition. At Case Western University School of Medicine, she distinguished herself as a leader with a commitment to serving marginalized populations. She was selected by her peers as the Political Action Liaison of SNMA/LMSA and Co-Leader of the Urban Health Interest Group. She was also awarded the Health Activism Grant from the Center for Reducing Health Disparities to study the recovery experiences of victims of crime. Fadeke enjoys listening to podcasts, caring for her houseplants, and watching and playing soccer.