Author: Aleena Paul, MD, MBA

Aleena Paul, MD, MBA Aleena Paul, MD, MBA (1 Posts)

Founder and Editor-in-Chief

University of Massachusetts Medical School


My name is Aleena Paul, and I am a member of the Albany Medical College Class of 2016. I am the founder and editor-in-chief of in-Training, the online magazine for medical students.

I graduated from Union College in Schenectady, NY, with an interdisciplinary major in biology and sociology as part of the Leadership in Medicine program. I subsequently completed an MBA in Healthcare Management from Union Graduate College. I currently serve as the American Medical Women's Association’s National Publications Chair.

I enter the medical field with special interests in advocating for women’s health issues, improving physician cultural competency, and addressing the medical needs of our underserved communities. I am enthusiastic about discussing these issues with my peers, as well as working to ensure that all medical students are able to find a balance between their medical educations and the passions that first brought them into the field of medicine.




Aleena Paul, MD, MBA Aleena Paul, MD, MBA (1 Posts)

Founder and Editor-in-Chief

University of Massachusetts Medical School


My name is Aleena Paul, and I am a member of the Albany Medical College Class of 2016. I am the founder and editor-in-chief of in-Training, the online magazine for medical students.

I graduated from Union College in Schenectady, NY, with an interdisciplinary major in biology and sociology as part of the Leadership in Medicine program. I subsequently completed an MBA in Healthcare Management from Union Graduate College. I currently serve as the American Medical Women's Association’s National Publications Chair.

I enter the medical field with special interests in advocating for women’s health issues, improving physician cultural competency, and addressing the medical needs of our underserved communities. I am enthusiastic about discussing these issues with my peers, as well as working to ensure that all medical students are able to find a balance between their medical educations and the passions that first brought them into the field of medicine.