Andrew Esposito

I am originally from Ledyard, CT which is an hour up I-95N in south eastern Connecticut. I graduated from Yale University in 2012 with a B.S. in Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB) and was actively involved in the Morse Community as the manager of the Morsel.  I was a member of the Cross Country and Track teams as a middle distance runner. After graduating I worked for a year as a medical assistant for an ENT in Stamford, CT before participating in the Advanced Core in Medical Science Post-Baccalaureate Program (ACMS) at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine (LKSOM) at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. I matriculated to LKSOM in 2014 and was heavily involved with the student government as President of the Class of 2018 for all four years. During medical school, my research focused on Breast and Colon Cancer and I participated in the U.S. Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program. I graduated from LKSOM in May 2018 with an M.D. and as a Lieutenant (now inactive reserves) in the U.S. Navy. I began general surgery residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital in June of 2018 with plans to become a Surgical Oncologist following my military commitment. 


Medical and Surgical Education, Surgical Oncology, Wood working, Hiking and camping

Areas for involvement with Morse students: 
Academic advising for freshmen
Advising and mentoring for upperclassmen
Career advising
Connecting students to internships or other opportunities
Is there another way in which you might work with Morse students not listed above?: 
Advice and mentoring for those interested in medical school and/or military scholarships