July Student of the Month: Gaspareantonio F. Greco, OMS II


July 9, 2024

ACOI recognizes osteopathic medical students who are outstanding members of their medical schools and communities with the new Student of the Month Recognition Program.

Please join us in congratulating the first winner in the program: Gaspareantonio Fabio Greco, OMS II at WVSOM.

Student Doctor Greco embodies the values upheld by the ACOI community. He was nominated because of his commitment to serving others, inspiring peers, and pursuing excellence in academic and professional endeavors. His involvement in community service, particularly his efforts at a local retirement home, highlights a compassionate and empathetic nature. Fabio volunteers at events like the bingo night, bringing joy to the elderly residents and fostering a sense of connection and companionship within the community.

Moreover, his leadership qualities are evident in his role as president of the American Jewish Medical Association, showing initiative and dedication to his own professional development and that of his peers.


Meet Gaspareantonio Greco

What is your hometown?
Davie, Florida

What is your education?

  • Biomedical Science MA
    • West Liberty University • Aug 2022- May 2023
  • Anthropology, BS and Biology Minor
    • Florida State University • 2021
  • Interdisciplinary Science AS
    • Tallahassee Community College • 2016
  • Air Force DOD Fire Protection & ARFF Certification
    • Fire Academy of the Air Force • 2015
  • Air Force DOD Tactical Aircraft Maintenance Certification
    • Sheppard Air Force Base • 2012

What are your hobbies?
Hiking, Caving, Surfing, Bodybuilding, Cooking, Exploring, Gardening, Weightlifting, Football

What are three things people may not know about you?
I founded the Wellness Warriors (sorry, I hate the name too) a Nutrition, Diet, and Food Enrichment Course and Roundtable Discussion for the Junior Enlisted at Tinker AFB that is still active today. I am very passionate about mental health and was a Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator for the Florida Air National Guard from 2015 until I separated from the military in 2021. I have officiated over 5 weddings.

How has ACOI helped you in your education so far?
A standout moment was the "How to Handle a Difficult Patient" lecture, which offered perspective-changing insights on empathizing with patients, allowing me to see through the lens of the patients Additionally, the diverse specialty topics led by expert physicians broadened my understanding of various medical approaches and plans of attack. Most importantly, the networking and mentorship opportunities, such as learning from and being guided by established physicians like Dr. Charlene LePane, have been invaluable in shaping my career path and professional growth.

Do you have an idea of what specialty you would like to go into?
Gastroenterology or Interventional Radiology.

Stay True to Why You Pursued Medicine.