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Nicolas L. Cuttriss

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

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Harbor-UCLA Pediatrics "Resident Spotlight" on Nick Cuttriss, M.D., M.P.H. | Harbor-UCLA Pediatrics

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Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss is a third year resident in the Department of Pediatrics.
Last year, Dr. Cuttriss was profiled in Pediatrics in Review for his role in the global health initiative, American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad (AYUDA). Dr. Cuttriss, a Washington, DC native, co-founded AYUDA at the age of fourteen with friend Jesse Fuchs-Simon during their freshman year at Georgetown Day High School. While still in high school, Dr. Cuttriss and his friend traveled to Ecuador where he met a family that had exhausted all of its funds paying for a child's insulin. After also discovering that few families in the country had any information about how to manage diabetes, Dr. Cuttriss and his friend started AYUDA. AYUDA empowers youth to serve as agents of change in diabetes communities abroad. Dr. Cuttriss realized that communities were suffering due to a lack of information about diabetes. By helping young people with diabetes overcome education barriers, he helped empower children to live happier and healthier lives. These observations continue to play into Dr. Cuttriss' focus within AYUDA and his career in medicine. After receiving a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Cuttriss pursued an M.D./M.P.H. degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine and Public Health. He is now finishing his pediatric residency training at Harbor-UCLA, after which he will be completing a fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at the University of Miami Children's Hospital. Dr. Cuttriss has received numerous awards for his role in AYUDA, which has grown into an internationally renowned nonprofit organization. AYUDA is endorsed by the World Health Organization and has been recognized by significant social entrepreneurship agencies, including the World Bank. In 2007 AYUDA was granted Special Consultative Status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Dr. Cuttriss has traveled the world with AYUDA, helping youth with diabetes in over 15 countries. Dr. Cuttriss continues to guide AYUDA's efforts by serving as its Chairman of the Board. Visit www.ayudainc.net for more information and volunteer opportunities.


Harbor-UCLA Pediatric Interview Series | Harbor-UCLA Pediatrics

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Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss is a third year resident in the Department of Pediatrics.
Last year, Dr. Cuttriss was profiled in Pediatrics in Review for his role in the global health initiative, American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad (AYUDA). Dr. Cuttriss, a Washington, DC native, co-founded AYUDA at the age of fourteen with friend Jesse Fuchs-Simon during their freshman year at Georgetown Day High School. While still in high school, Dr. Cuttriss and his friend traveled to Ecuador where he met a family that had exhausted all of its funds paying for a child's insulin. After also discovering that few families in the country had any information about how to manage diabetes, Dr. Cuttriss and his friend started AYUDA.


Residency: Fellowships Accepted by Harbor-UCLA Alumni | Harbor-UCLA Pediatrics

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Nicolas Cuttriss - University of Miami
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Board of Directors

www.ayudainc.net [cached]

Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss is a Washington D.C. native who attended Georgetown Day School, graduated from the University Pennsylvania with a BA in International Relations, and completed his medical training through the MD/MPH program at George Washington University School of Medicine and Public Health.
Dr. Cuttriss co-founded AYUDA with Jesse Fuchs-Simon after witnessing the overwhelming lack of education and awareness surrounding diabetes in Ecuador in his freshman year of high school. Dr. Cuttriss has received national and international recognition for his work with AYUDA for which he has been invited to present his research and work with AYUDA around the world. Dr. Cuttriss currently serves as Chairman of the Board of AYUDA and is completing a Pediatric Residency Program at Harbor UCLA Medical Center.


Board of Directors

www.ayudainc.net [cached]

Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss is a Washington D.C. native who attended Georgetown Day School in Washington DC, graduated from the University Pennsylvania with a BA in International Relations, and completed his medical training through the MD/MPH program at George Washington University School of Medicine and Public Health.
Dr. Cuttriss co-founded AYUDA after witnessing the overwhelming lack of education and awareness surrounding diabetes in Ecuador in his freshman year of high school. Dr. Cuttriss has received national and international recognition for his work with AYUDA for which he has been invited to present his research and work with AYUDA around the world. Dr. Cuttriss currently serves as Chairman of the Board of AYUDA and is completing a Pediatric Residency Program at Harbor UCLA Medical Center.


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