Bio: I was born American, but spent most of my childhood throughout the villages of Italy. My mother was a painter, and my father was a drinker. Life was often difficult. I found myself a medic in the Italian Army during WWII. I was injured, and fell in love with a beautiful nurse who took care of me. We escaped that nightmare together,. Soon after, we married, and she became heavy with child. Of the three of us, I was the only one to survive the birth, but not for long. I was then reincarnated as a small, ginger, Christian boy from Augusta, Georgia, who attended Georgia Tech in Atlanta, trained as an EMT, and then found himself in the Bronx. I currently serve the ECHO free clinic, as well as the surgical and critical care interests of my fellow med students. Hit me up if you want to catch a movie, see a show, go to a ball game, or enjoy a meal. And if you ever need to find me during orientation, just look for the whitest guy there. That'll be me. Shakabra, dude.