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Konstantin Kovtun

Konstantin Kovtun


Konstantin Kovtun, BE'09, is a founding member of the Cornell Student Society for Public Health, an organization created to discuss and promote awareness about healthcare infrastructure issues and epidemiological trends that are affecting countries around the world. He currently serves as Technology Secretary for the group. Konstantin found a home at Cornell after his program at Tulane University, New Orleans, was displaced due to Hurricane Katrina. He did a coop at Merck and an Internship at Genzyme Corporation, including collaborating on an industry publication. He has taken courses at Tulane, Tufts, and Harvard, and speaks fluent Russian. Konstantin is planning to attend medical school at Harvard. [BE, concentration: Biomedical, CoE]

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