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Nida Mohyuddin

Class of 2021

Hometown: Tallahassee, Fla.
Undergraduate Degree: Florida State University

Nida Mohyuddin graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in biology and a minor in chemistry. During her time as an undergraduate, Nida participated in a variety of health-care-related opportunities. She traveled to Costa Rica with a group of students in the undergraduate chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association. During her time there, Nida helped set up clinics in underprivileged areas and assisted the physicians in providing medical services to several rural communities. Additionally, Nida volunteered at a pediatric physical activity lab assisting children with delayed development and interned with a family medicine practitioner in Auburn, Alabama. On campus, Nida conducted research in the College of Social Work on how ethnic identity and other social factors contributed to worsened conditions of major depressive disorder in Asian-American subgroups. She presented her findings at the annual Social Behavioral Medicine Meeting in Philadelphia and was published in the 2014 Annual Journal of Behavioral Medicine. Nida was also an active member and officer of the FSU Muslim Students Association and the FSU Collegiate Council of the March of Dimes. Her experiences led her to the Florida State University College of Medicine due to its focus on patient-centered care and community service. In the future, she hopes to practice as a primary care physician and work toward making health care accessible to everyone in need.