Samuel G. Namian
Sam is from Silver Spring, Maryland and is currently a student at Georgetown University majoring in neurobiology and minoring in Spanish. Sam attended St. Albans School in D.C. for high school where he developed an interest in biology and decided he wanted to become a doctor. In high school, Sam played football and rowed crew. He is now continuing his athletic career as a member of the Georgetown Lightweight Rowing team. Sam plans to attend medical school after college and pursue a career as a surgeon. Sam is excited to learn more about spine health while working with the National Spine Health Foundation and contribute to the foundation’s mission of giving hope and improving spinal health through education, research, and patient advocacy.
Georgetown University, Summer 2020