Adam Beckman ’08
Adam graduated in 2016 from Yale College as a major in Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology and a Global Health Fellow. He is committed to improving access to high quality healthcare for undeserved populations. He has previously served as the Director of Programs for Water Ecuador, an NGO aiming to improve access to clean water in impoverished communities. He was a Student Director of the Global Health Justice Partnership at Yale Law School and School of Public Health, where he led efforts to study access to medications for hepatitis C among state prisoners in the United States. He also worked with the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation at Yale New Haven Hospital, where he researched national disparities in heart attack prevention and clinical care in the US and China, and he studied viruses in the Hafler Laboratory. Adam previously co-founded Yale’s Student Partnerships for Global Health and researched HIV in coastal Ecuador.