Jennifer Adaeze Anyaegbunam is a medical journalist and an aspiring physician interested in exploring the intersection between medicine and media. In 2010 she graduated from Harvard College where she studied Visual & Environmental Studies and Health Policy. In 2011 she received a Master of Science degree in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. Jennifer has worked as a health and science reporter for KTVU, Channel 2 News in Oakland, California through the Kaiser Family Foundation Health Reporting Media Fellowship Program. She also interned for CNN's Medical Unit and published two articles on the network's website. In addition to being a contributing health writer for NBC's the Grio, she is also a blogger WebMD's Medscape Medical Student community. Jennifer is currently a first year medical student at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and the founding editor of The Intima, a journal of Narrative Medicine.