American Academy of Ophthalmology creates scholarship to increase diversity in healthcare — 4 insights

The American Academy of Ophthalmology and National Medical Fellowships formed and awarded a new scholarship to Ja'Qualane Scales and Joshua Chazaro.

Here's what you should know:

1. The organizations created the National Medical Fellowships Scholarship in Ophthalmology.

2. The scholarship was created to increase diversity in ophthalmology.

3. Both Ms. Scales and Mr. Chazaro are second-year medical students.

4. Ms. Scales is a Washington, D.C.,-based Howard University student, and Mr. Chazaro is a Maywood, Ill.-based Loyola Stritch School of Medicine student.

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