Biology and English
George Mason University, 2017
Ramy is a recent graduate from Fairfax, Virginia. He received a BS in biology, English minor, from George Mason University. While there, he worked as a Research Assistant at MedStar Washington Hospital Center comparing the racial variation in genomic profiling between African American men versus Caucasian men with the aim to correlate these findings with the surgical outcomes from radical prostatectomy. He accepted a new position as a Senior Research Assistant at Spine Institute of North America to get involved in all clinical research projects, investigating the surgical outcomes from procedures to determine which method is more efficient and analyze the differences in outcome. In addition, he has an extensive multicultural experience coming from Cairo, Egypt where he lived for 18 years and enjoys speaking Arabic as well as French. He likes writing, reading literature, and jogging.