Charlie Musoff (DC '20) is a Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology major from the suburbs of New York City. He is passionate about the health of the global queer community and how health literacy and education can begin to rectify the inequities it faces. This interest stems from his involvement with Community Health Educators, a New Haven-based organization that provides health education to public high schools in the area. His experiences teaching and now leading CHE's healthy sexuality workshops have been formative in his pursuit of global health. Last summer, Charlie volunteered in Accra, Ghana with an organization called Unite for Sight that supports local doctors to provide eye care to developing communities, which clarified his understanding of the social determinants of health. Besides his work with CHE, back on campus, Charlie writes and edits for Yale Scientific Magazine, does translational HIV research on the side effects of different antiretroviral therapies, and serves as a campus representative for Unite for Sight. He loves to sing, run, and do yoga.