Jorge Campos Franco
Jorge Campos Franco is a medical student at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. He graduated from the University of Southern California with a BS in human biology in 2021. After his undergraduate studies, Jorge worked as a medical scribe at Glendale Pediatrics. Outside of the classroom, Jorge serves as vice president of the Black and Latinx Students’ Association (BALSA), program leader of Brothers and Sisters in Science (BASIS), and leader of the Plastic Surgery Interest Group. In his free time, Jorge enjoys weightlifting at Crunch Gym, watching 49ers football, and playing video games.
High school: West Ranch High School
University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA
|2021||B.S. Human Biology|
New York UniversityNew York, NY
News and Highlights
Trailblazer: Congratulations to Jorge Campos Franco, MS '17, for receiving the Dr. John R. Hubbard Recognition Award in recognition of his groundbreaking medical research and deep commitment to ensuring healthcare accessibility in underserved communities. The USC Latino Alumni Association bestows this honor at their annual Scholarship Gala to an outstanding undergraduate Latino student on their overall record of academics, leadership, and community service. Congratulations again, Jorge, and continue leading the way!