Paige O'Leary

Paige O'Leary

2020 Summer Interns

Paige O'Leary

Paige O’Leary comes to Duke from Ontario, Canada. Currently, she is a rising second year Master of Science candidate at Duke University’s Global Health institute. She yields from the University of Toronto where she earned her Master of Science in Cells and Systems Biology studying degenerative neurological diseases. Previously, she earned her Bachelor of science at Queens in Life-science specialization with a focus on neuroscience. Her academic interests include health systems strengthening, health access, equitable care, traumatic brain injury, racial injustice and neuroscience. This summer with the Margolis center she is working as an intern with Dr. Micheal Frakes. Specifically, she will be creating a database of the Stark and Kickback law counterparts within each state. The database will be used to compare and contrast the state level laws and to understand how and if these state laws have changed over time. In Paige’s spare time she enjoys working out, reading books, physical distancing with friends and drinking coffee.