Student Profiles

Laureano Andrade Vicenty graduated from Rockland Community College with an associate’s degree in math and science. In 2016, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University. Laureano is the founder and main lecturer for The MCAT Disciples, a minority-owned MCAT prep company, and is a medical student at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. Laureano serves as the 2018-2019 Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) co-president at Brown University. Laureano also spends time teaching a health course to incarcerated youth at the Rhode Island Training School through Brown University, and is an active member of MiMentor, a non-profit organization directed at mentoring the next generation of minority physicians. Laureano has his eyes set on emergency and academic medicine. On any odd day after 8 pm, you will often find Laureano in his natural habitat, the iron-clad gym. Lift and you shall find.


I'm a second year medical student here at Brown and co-president of our SNMA chapter. I graduated from Harvard College in 2017 where I studied Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology with a secondary concentration in History of Art and Architecture. A native of New Orleans, I enjoy watching the Saints, Pelicans, and LSU football and, of course, eating a good meal - anywhere from jollof rice to jambalaya.

ODMA has been a home within AMS for me. Everyone in the office does a truly phenomenal job of creating community and ensuring that students have the resources that they need to thrive in the medical school setting. Alpert has proven to be just the right fit for me, and ODMA has played a huge part in that.