Hunter Moran is a Macaulay student majoring in Economics. He is on the pre-health track and wants to be a physician-scientist one day with a practice in gastroenterology.

With his Fulbright Research Scholarship, Hunter will serve as an epidemiology research assistant under the guidance of Dr. Tine Jess at the PREDICT Center, located at the University Aalborg, in Copenhagen. He wants to investigate the socioeconomic impacts of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in Denmark using a national data set that is only on-site in Denmark. Ultimately, the goal of this project is to make a positive change for IBD patients in Denmark and show trends that will apply worldwide.

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