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Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss L.

Co-Founder; Chairman

Ayuda Inc

HQ Phone: (202) 387-4848

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Ayuda Inc

6925 B Willow Street Nw

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20012

United States

Company Description

Ayuda is the only non-profit provider in the DC metro area that provides a wide range of immigration and family law assistance, as well as social services support, for all immigrants - including men, women and children - from anywhere in the world. This c ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Pediatric Endocrinologist

ENDO Diabetes & Wellness

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

University of New Mexico

Affiliations

Faculty
University of Miami

Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow Department
Pediatrics University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Hospital

Education

Georgetown Day School

M.P.H.

MD/MPH program

George Washington University School of Medicine and Public Health

bachelor's degree

International Relations

University of Pennsylvania

medical and public health degree

George Washington University School of Medicine

Web References (33 Total References)


Dr. Nicolas ...

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Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss

Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board, AYUDA (American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad Inc) Public Health Sciences, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Pediatric Endocrinologist
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Trained as a pediatric endocrinologist and public health professional, Dr. Cuttriss has a unique dedication to improving the quality of life of people living with diabetes and establishing systems to ensure this change.
Dr. Cuttriss first became interested in the barriers surrounding diabetes care at the age of fourteen after he traveled to Ecuador and witnessed the lack of education among children with diabetes and their parents. He also witnessed the power of youth as serving as agents of change by providing peer-based life-saving diabetes education. Those initial observations led Dr. Cuttriss to co-found AYUDA (American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad), a citizen sector organization that recruits students from high school up to graduate programs for volunteer work in partnership with local organizations to support and enhance diabetes educational programs. Dr. Cuttriss developed and refined an innovative peer-based service delivery model for training, placing, and supervising students volunteering abroad with diabetes organizations. The model has demonstrated improvements in health outcomes and has trained and placed over 450 students to support diabetes projects in Bermuda, Bolivia, Belize, Chile, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru. Dr. Cuttriss has published peer- reviewed articles and authored peer-reviewed books that were disseminated by WHO/PAHO. Dr. Cuttriss continues to help guide and direct AYUDA by serving as its Chairman of the Board.
Dr. Cuttriss also serves on boards and committees of other community-empowering organizations and collaborates with organizations and institutions on international, national, and local levels. Recognized repeatedly for leadership and commitment to social change, Dr. Cuttriss is honored to have initially received support from Ashoka's Youth Venture and is committed to solving complex large-scale social problems.
Dr. Cuttriss received his bachelor's degree in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical and public health degrees from the George Washington University School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric training at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and his fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at the Jackson Memorial Hospital-University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Program. Dr. Cuttriss continues to serve on faculty in public health sciences at the University of Miami. He is dedicated to training the next generation of leaders and social entrepreneurs in medicine.


Residency News | Harbor-UCLA Pediatrics

harborpeds.org [cached]

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.


Dr. Nicolas ...

childrensprize.org [cached]

Dr. Nicolas Cuttriss

Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board, AYUDA (American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad Inc) Public Health Sciences, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
...
Trained as a pediatric endocrinologist and public health professional, Dr. Cuttriss has a unique dedication to improving the quality of life of people living with diabetes and establishing systems to ensure this change.
Dr. Cuttriss first became interested in the barriers surrounding diabetes care at the age of fourteen after he traveled to Ecuador and witnessed the lack of education among children with diabetes and their parents. He also witnessed the power of youth as serving as agents of change by providing peer-based life-saving diabetes education. Those initial observations led Dr. Cuttriss to co-found AYUDA (American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad), a citizen sector organization that recruits students from high school up to graduate programs for volunteer work in partnership with local organizations to support and enhance diabetes educational programs. Dr. Cuttriss developed and refined an innovative peer-based service delivery model for training, placing, and supervising students volunteering abroad with diabetes organizations. The model has demonstrated improvements in health outcomes and has trained and placed over 450 students to support diabetes projects in Bermuda, Bolivia, Belize, Chile, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru. Dr. Cuttriss has published peer- reviewed articles and authored peer-reviewed books that were disseminated by WHO/PAHO. Dr. Cuttriss continues to help guide and direct AYUDA by serving as its Chairman of the Board.
Dr. Cuttriss also serves on boards and committees of other community-empowering organizations and collaborates with organizations and institutions on international, national, and local levels. Recognized repeatedly for leadership and commitment to social change, Dr. Cuttriss is honored to have initially received support from Ashoka's Youth Venture and is committed to solving complex large-scale social problems.
Dr. Cuttriss received his bachelor's degree in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical and public health degrees from the George Washington University School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric training at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and his fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at the Jackson Memorial Hospital-University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Program. Dr. Cuttriss continues to serve on faculty in public health sciences at the University of Miami. He is dedicated to training the next generation of leaders and social entrepreneurs in medicine.


| Harbor-UCLA Pediatrics

harborpeds.org [cached]

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 News | Harbor-UCLA Pediatrics

harborpeds.org [cached]

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.

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