Albert Rancu (BA/BS '23)

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Albert Rancu, (BA/BS '23)

Albert Rancu a rising sophomore (Trinity ‘23) is a biophysics major interested in the use and application of quantitative methods to analyze the efficacy of public policy decisions. He is currently working with the Duke-Margolis Center to examine the equity of primary care efforts aimed to address social determinants of health. Additionally, he works in the Basic Science Lab analyzing the effects of aging on liver regeneration. He plans to attend medical school on an MD-PhD track and pursue a career in gastroenterology.