Born in Manhattan, NY. Nicole Jackson, MD completed her undergraduate degree in Anthropology at Yale University and her medical education at Harvard Medical School. She has a passion for mentoring students and addressing health disparities through educational and community initiatives. At Yale, she tutored inner-city elementary school students through the Urban Improvement Corps and provided health education and social services for underinsured, undocumented Latino patients at the HAVEN Free Clinic. Her interest in global and community health brought her to Ghana, where she completed research on malaria drug resistance and studied the impact of Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme. In medical school, she volunteered with The Family Van in Roxbury and the Crimson Care student-faculty collaborative clinics in Cambridge and Chelsea, MA. Dr. Jackson has also represented the needs of minority premedical and medical students as a local and regional officer of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) and mentored high school and college students through the SNMA. Her interests within Family Medicine include obstetrics/women’s health, mental health, medical education and community outreach. She speaks basic Spanish and advanced Jamaican Patois.
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