Anjali N. Anbu, B.S. in Global & Public Health Sciences
Division of Nutritional Sciences (DNS)
Health disparities, Health education, HIV/AIDS, Medical ethics, Youth empowerment & community-integrated intervention
Community engagement, Program evaluation, Program management, Qualitative data analysis, Youth engagement
I’m a community-based leader interested in collaboration to improve health equity, I’m an undergraduate student involved with or seeking opportunities for health equity research or practice, I’m a trainee practicing patient-centered care and advocating for equitable access to care
What I would like to offer as a collaborator…
My current research interests center around gender and disability, and the impacts these have on accessibility/quality of care and individuals’ likelihood to pursue it.
I have demonstrated experience working within communities marginalized by gender and occupation in northern India towards promoting access to and utilization of healthcare resources. I am also passionate about youth empowerment and leadership and have worked for three years promoting leadership and self-empowerment among youth populations in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA).
What I am looking for from a collaborator…
Looking to collaborate with a PI currently performing research in healthcare sociology, population health/demography, or community health interventions for women, non-binary people and girls. My personal current foci are period poverty, topics surrounding education, & disparities in healthcare for women, disabled people, and LGBTQIA+ populations.