Class Representatives

We are your VOICE

What is a Class Representative?

Each year, four students from each class are elected to represent student concerns to faculty. This includes collecting and presenting exam concerns to professors, concerns about clickers, and other class specific concerns. Each elected individual will represent two academic classes each for the entire academic year.

Why should I be interested in this?

Being a Class Representative is an awesome opportunity to get to know your professors, fellow classmates, and be a great advocate for your fellow students.

How do I become a Class Representative?

Elections are held once an academic year. Please reach out to your current SGA Parliamentarian for more details.

Current OMS-II Class Representatives

Medical Microbiology and Immunology

Pharmacology & Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

Systemic Pathology

Clinical Systems

Early Clinical Experience, Preventative Medicine and Public Health, & Behavioral Medicine

Current OMS-I Class Representatives

Karolina Bezdickova

bkarolin@student.touro.edu

Histology & Professionalism and Law & Ethics

Faraz Eshaghi

feshaghi@student.touro.edu

Biochemistry & OMM

Varun Gara

vgara@student.touro.edu

Physiology & Physical Diagnosis

Abigail Dominguez-Trujillo

adomingu6@student.touro.edu

Anatomy

Current MS Class Representatives

Alexa Walsh

awalsh2@student.touro.edu

Biochemistry

Nezar Zeidan

nzeidan@student.touro.edu

Anatomy

Nour Al-Timmi

nal_timi@student.touro.edu

Histology

Hansl Mo

hmo@student.touro.edu

Physiology