UC Irvine medical student Andrew Eads is one of 20 rising fourth-year medical students to receive a Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarships from the American Medical Association Foundation. Recipients were nominated by their medical schools and chosen based upon their academic standing and financial status, as well as community involvement, letters of recommendation and personal statement. A member of the PRIME-LC program, Eads has served as the co-president of the UCI chapter of the American Medical Student Association and participates in “Building Healthy Communities,” a large community-engagement-oriented public health project in Santa Ana. Additionally, he continues to work abroad on healthcare issues in Latin America. Eads will receive a $10,000 scholarship to help defray medical school expenses.