Lillee Honor Izadi

School of Medicine: Doctor of Medicine (MD)
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    US Scholars Program
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Lillee Izadi is currently pursuing her MD at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Originally from Florida, Lillee attended Florida Southern College (FSC) and graduated as a George Jenkins Scholar with honors in 2022. During her time at FSC, Lillee published works in cardiovascular disease prevention and devoted her time to serving in various health equity and advocacy organizations. Some of these include being an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer for a healthcare non-profit, foster child advocate for the Polk County Guardian Ad Litem, and a free clinic volunteer. 

Inspired by these experiences, Lillee continued similar efforts as a Doctoral Diversity Program Scholar at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine after graduating from FSC. At Johns Hopkins, she published multiple works in HIV prevention and menstrual poverty while volunteering her time as an HIV counselor and youth sexual and reproductive health educator. 

Lillee’s ultimate goal is to become a physician-leader committed to creating equitable, prevention-based global health programs. In her free time, Lillee enjoys mentoring pre-medical students, reading, and using her skills as a former barista to create coffee content on short-form video platforms.