Philine Endres

Philine Endres

Science and Technology Studies

Philine graduated in Spring 2018, receiving the ISF departmental citation award. Her senior thesis, “Primary Care Deserts: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Primary Care Physician Shortages in California”, explores the relationship between primary care practitioner supply and health outcomes in the 58 California counties. While at Cal, Philine was a member of the club rowing team, worked as a resident assistant in the dorms and volunteered at a special needs aquatics program. Since graduating, she has been working as a behavioral therapist for children on the Autism spectrum. In the fall, she will be attending the UC Riverside School of Medicine, working towards its mission of improving the health of underserved communities in California’s Inland Empire.