NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ -
In political news, President Barack Obama delivered the keynote address at Rutgers University’s commencement earlier today. He is the first sitting president to do so. Chesterfield Twp native Madison Little was recognized by the President for his work with a non-profit while at Rutgers.
Madison Little was a research assistant at the Icahn School of Medicine in Mount Sinai, the University of Albany, and the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research, and was an HIV Data & Analytics Intern at the United Nation’s Children’s Fund also known as UNICEF.
Madison is an internationally published HIV researcher and has presented papers in South Africa, Australia and throughout the United States.
While presenting AIDS research in Australia, he was a US delegate to the Melbourne Youth Force, an international coalition of young activists dedicated to reforming policy to end the AIDS epidemic among adolescents and young people.
You can learn more about Madison's research and work here.
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