Dr. Stanley Andrisse is a endocrinologist scientist and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins Medicine and Howard University College of Medicine researching type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance. Dr. Andrisse completed his Ph.D. at Saint Louis University and his M.B.A. and Bachelors degree at Lindenwood University, where he played three years of Division II collegiate football. Dr. Andrisse’s service commitments include: Executive Director and Founder of From Prison Cells to PhD, past President of the Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Association, Founder of the Diversity Postdoctoral Alliance, member on several local and national committees aimed at community outreach, youth mentor, motivational speaker, and community activist. Dr. Andrisse was raised in Ferguson, MO.
In his path, he made some poor decisions, encountered many road blocks, took a few undesirable detours and pit-stops, but with resilience has made it to where he is now.
I will let him tell you more about himself. Without further ado, Dr. Stanley Andrisse.