I have completed my internal medicine residency training at the NYP/Weill-Cornell, New York, and fellowship in Infectious diseases/HIV at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard University, Boston. Prior to that, I did a PhD at the Kirby Institute/University of New South Wales (Australia) in epidemiological studies in HIV/AIDS. Some of my notable work has focused on impact of BMI and weight gain from antiretroviral therapy on diabetes and cardiovascular outcomes; dual-drug therapies for HIV/AIDS; inflammatory markers and clinical outcomes in HIV; and implementation research on improving HIV treatment outcomes in Asia-Pacific, amongst others. Clinically, I'm interested in HIV primary care, cases of HIV with complex resistance history, COVID-19 therapeutics, and general infectious diseases.
Education & Training
- FellowMass General Brigham/Harvard Medical School (2021)
- ResidentNYP/ Weill Cornell Medical Center (2019)
- InternMt Sinai School of Medicine (Bronx program) (2017)
- PhDUniversity of New South Wales (2012)
- MPHUniversity of Wollongong (2008)
- MDK J Somaiya Medical College, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (2007)