Elijah Elliott, OMS II
Elijah Elliott is currently a medical student at Kansas City University. Growing up in the small town of Oswego, KS, Elijah Elliott was drawn to the path of being a physician by noticing the health disparities of rural areas, as well as the importance of close relationships between physician and community. Elijah came to KCU by way of the “Yours to Lose” program, an accelerated acceptance partnership between KCU and Missouri Southern State University. During his undergraduate years, he spent much of his time in the classroom, volunteering at Freeman’s ICU, tutoring local high school students, and spending time with peers. Since arriving at KCU, Elijah has served the role of Treasurer for KCU-Joplin’s the Student American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics club, and has also joined other students at the Missouri Southern-Kansas City University Research Consortium (MKRC). At the MKRC, Elijah has participated in the “OMT and Opioid Use Disorder” project, and has also helped write a review article over the Post Translational Modifications of Pregnane-X Receptor.
Elijah discloses that he has no relevant financial relationships with any organization producing, marketing, reselling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients relative to the content of this presentation.
Elijah can be reached at Elijah.email@example.com.