Claire Lo

Claire Lo

Medical Student, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Claire Lo is currently a medical student at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, pursuing a research year through the Vanderbilt Medical Scholars Program. Claire earned her bachelor’s degree from Harvard College, where she studied Human Evolutionary Biology and wrote her thesis on the inflammatory response to physical activity. Claire is interested in how ingrained behaviors – from diet choices to exercise habits – inform health outcomes.

H1 – Nashville Area Clinician Leadership in Healthy Food

Music Row 3

Clinicians and medical students can be powerful advocates for building healthier and more sustainable food systems for individual, community and planetary health. This session will explore examples of local clinician leaders right here in Nashville who are digging in to nourish and support their communities’ health. A Nashville physician and farmer on sabbatical, will share […]

Clinical advocacy Food