Kevin Michael Griffee

About Me
Kevin Michael Griffee
Meet 2024 Award Recipient

Kevin Michael Griffee

Kevin came to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai from Dartmouth College, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude with a major in neuroscience, minors in biology and Chinese, and a certificate in global health.

At ISMMS, Kevin has been actively involved in research, including projects examining the use of digital health interventions to support antiretroviral therapy adherence among youth living with HIV, the ethics of biobanking in longitudinal HIV research involving youth, and barriers and facilitators affecting youth access to HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis. In addition, he has held leadership positions within Student Council, the Stonewall Alliance, and the Wilderness Medicine Interest Group. He has also volunteered in various capacities at the East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership, including connecting patients to food, housing, and legal resources as an Access to Care case manager, and assisting with clinical encounters as a junior and senior clinician.

Kevin feels immensely grateful for the medical and public health training he has received at ISMMS and would like to thank the faculty for honoring him with the George James Epidemiology Award.

Kevin plans to graduate from the MD/MPH dual degree program in May 2024 and pursue residency training in family medicine.

Kevin Michael Griffee is receiving the:

George James Epidemiology Award