Drew Briskin joined the diaTribe Foundation in 2021 after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania where he majored in Health and Societies with a minor in Chemistry. As an undergraduate, Drew was involved in research at the Institute for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics, focusing primarily on the effects of endocrine disrupting compounds on cellular metabolism and its intersection with the circadian clock. He has also volunteered with the Penn Netter Center for Community Partnerships, teaching chemistry lessons and working with students in local West Philadelphia High schools. Drew is very interested in better understanding the social determinants of health, completing a capstone research paper which focuses on racial disparities in overall outcomes of emergency care for heart disease throughout the United States. In his free time, Drew likes spending time outdoors, enjoying activities such as skiing, biking, swimming, golf, hiking, and traveling.