Prith Das, MD, MSEd
Education: SUNY Downstate, First Year Resident
Prith grew up in New York City and attended Cornell University, where he studied biology and global health. During college, he spent a summer abroad in Moshi, Tanzania, conducting policy research on the disproportionate impact of stigmatization on the healthcare of people with albinism. He returned to the States determined to better understand the social determinants of health and advocate for underserved populations. After graduation, Prith joined the Teach For America Corps, working with immigrant and low-income families as a kindergarten teacher in the Bronx while earning his Master’s in Early Childhood Special Education from Hunter College. His experiences educating students with disabilities inspired him to pursue an internship at the Cohen Children’s Medical Center, where he published papers on various developmental and behavioral health issues affecting children and their families. Prith went on to champion advocacy efforts throughout medical school, serving as the chief of outreach and education of the Brooklyn Free Clinic, organizing local health and literacy initiatives, and co-founding a national volunteer-based tutoring program at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic that provided academic support for children of frontline healthcare workers. Prith is thrilled to be a part of the BMC family and to continue exploring his interests in patient education, health equity, and community-oriented primary care. In his free time, he enjoys writing songs, studying films, and exploring Boston with his partner and their puppy, Hazelnut.
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