Luis Alzate-Duque received his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in 2014 and completed his medical residency training in combined Internal Medicine/Pediatric at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in 2018. Currently he is an Academic Medicine Fellow with the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement and completing his Master’s in Public Health with a focus in Urban Public Health at Rutgers University. Dr. Alzate-Duque focuses on cancer care disparity research in Latino communities. His latest research uses ecologic model intervention to increase the colorectal cancer screening rates in underserved populations. His interests include research on health disparities in primary care, community outreach and engagement of underserved populations, and urban public health.