Amelia D’Angelo is a Master of Global Health graduate from McMaster University in Canada, with and undergraduate degree in Environmental Science from McGill University. She is passionate about access to health care in rural and northern Canada and the Arctic, and believes that this part of the world can benefit from the innovative solutions found in the developing world. Amelia loves hiking, scuba diving, rock climbing, knitting and travelling, and has worked in Canada, France, Norway and Madagascar.
Asha is a software engineer with extensive experience in entire software development Life Cycle (SDLC) and Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC). She holds a Bachelor’s degree from VTU, India and a Masters in Computer Science from Northwestern Polytechnic University, USA. She is always open to learn new technologies and have a deep interest in developing mobile applications, web services with Cloud Computing and Machine Learning.
Carson Lutterloh is an undergraduate student in computer science at the University of Texas at Dallas. With a rich background in volunteer service, he enjoys supplementing his studies by working for great causes, including H4TW and the Civil Air Patrol. Carson is passionate about web and software development, constantly learning new ways to accomplish tasks, and he is excited to use these skills in cooperation with H4TW. In his spare time, he enjoys singing, cooking, and trail running.
Christine trained as a physician at Cambridge University in England. Her residency and fellowship were at Stanford University, and she worked in the Department of Psychiatry at Stanford for many years. Now retired from medicine, she teaches outreach science classes in low-income elementary schools.
Cristina is a recent MPH graduate with a keen interest for non communicable diseases, risk factors and innovative methods to increase prevention.
She is dedicated to helping people affected by health disparities, get access to information and proper care.
Proud to be a part of H4TW, a diverse team of incredible and resourceful professionals and join in their efforts to expand stroke awareness, in areas where adequate resources are scarce.
Danielle received her undergraduate degree from UCLA in International Development. Her passion in global health stemmed from her various international travels to countries including Vietnam, Cambodia, and Brazil where she saw great inequalities in healthcare practices and access within these developing countries. She believes that through knowledge, education, and cultural understanding, we will be able to reach a world of sustainable health equality for all. When not pondering about the issues of global sustainable health, she enjoys dabbling in keeping up with the changes in the cultural art world of fashion, beauty, and music as well as filming, editing, and creating content for her YouTube and Blog.
Elliott is a rising MS2 at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN. His interests include prevention & treatment of neurological pathology and reduction of healthcare disparities. Currently, Elliott seeks to compare traumatic brain injury and stroke outcomes in older adults. His hobbies include traveling, singing, and Netflix binging.
Elsa is a writer and researcher who felt drawn to serving as a volunteer after traveling extensively throughout Asia and experiencing firsthand the health trials faced in developing countries.
Elvire Thouvenot is a Canadian biomedical illustrator currently based in Switzerland. A strong believer in the potential of visuals to facilitate learning and communication across languages and cultures, she is very excited to be getting involved in medical education with H4TW.
I am very excited to be starting my first year of medical school in August! I graduated from California State University, Chico with a degree in Cell and Molecular Biology. Since then, I have worked as a medical scribe, research assistant, and a volunteer at a wildlife sanctuary near Chico. I also have a background as a Red Cross Safety Instructor, teaching lifeguarding, CPR, and First Aid classes.
Isaiah Brown is a medical student at UCSF. He was one of the first few members and joined H4TW because he was passionate to improving health worldwide. Isaiah leads virtual education and has already presented the work at national and international meetings.
Jack is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and content creator.
I am 4th year UCSF medical student with an interest in research and global health outreach in radiology. Grew up in Philippines. Loves to play basketball.
I am a Medical student at UCSF. I graduated with a degree in Cell and Molecular Biology. I am interested in Palliative medicine
Joey is a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder with a molecular and cellular biology degree. He is passionate about oncology, medical writing, and an aspiring medical student.
Kajal moved to United States from India in February 2017. In her home country she worked as a marketing professional for about 7+ years in the pharmaceutical Industry. Alongside, she volunteered as an assistant yoga teacher for 2 years before moving to the US. She is a management post graduate and has done her bachelors in Microbiology. She is involved in Strategic Partnership and HR with Health4TheWorld. She enjoys working here and says it’s great to have such meaningful experiences in life.
Kiende (Caroline) Kinoti
I am a resident in radiology. I am based in Kenya.
Kirema Garcia-Reyes is a radiology resident at UCSF. She is fluent in Spanish and has been leading our Ecuador Education Project and manages social media with Deepti. Kirema is originally from Puerto Rico and loves traveling.
Luis is a neurosurgeon and radiologist. He is also a talented medical illustrator.
Mahrin Rahman is a medical student at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University. She has dual masters in public health and epidemiology and her previous research has focused on using data to encourage obesity prevention. Her interest in global health and neurology stemmed from working in the pharmaceutical industry analyzing data in search of an efficacious Alzheimer’s drug. Current hobbies include fitness, travel and trying to stay sane while surviving medical school.
Maitri is a Software Engineer with most effective development strategy and optimization since 2011 with a solid educational foundation – two Masters in Computer Science from Symbiosis International University, India and Northwestern Polytechnic University, CA. She is highly skilled and passionate about Apple iOS application development in different domains and upcoming new technologies. She has a deep interest in developing mobile applications, REST APIs using Java Spring, Big Data concepts for distributed database. She loves traveling, hiking, cooking and watching movies.
Neil is passionate about using data science and machine learning to positively impact the lives of others. As part of the machine learning team at H4TW, he is working on game elements and user interactivity for our mobile app. He earned his MA in Economics and BA in Philosophy from Vanderbilt University, studied Machine Learning at George Washington University, and has experience working in analytics at small startups as well as large tech firms. Currently he is an analytics consultant in the Washington DC area. For fun Neil likes to play golf & guitar.
Premnath loves building apps that matter, and enjoys watching and playing soccer.
Priyanka is the Treasurer at H4TW. She is a senior director of finance at Naspers Ventures in SF. She has deep finance experience and a passion for technology. Priyanka loves traveling and her personal goal is to travel to 40 countries by age 50.
Rachel Grau is a software engineer and trained at Stanford University. She leads design and development of our mobile apps. Rachel lives in Beunos Aires, Argentina. She loves helping patients and finding solutions in health with technology. She loves traveling, dancing, painting and meeting people around the world.
I am a fourth year medical student at UCSF and am applying into radiology now.
Sohil Patel, MD
Dr. Patel is an assistant professor in Neuroradiology at the University of Virginia. He did fellowship in Neuroradiology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He graduated from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 2007 and has been in practice for 8+ years.
Tatiana Kelil is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco. She earned her Medical degree from Chicago Medical School, completed a diagnostic radiology residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School followed by a Women’s Imaging Fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. Tatiana is interested in global health, Artificial Intelligence and 3-dimensional image visualization techniques such as 3D printing and Augmented/Virtual reality.
Ulysis is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in physiological sciences at UCLA, and my academic end goal is to become a physician. He always wanted to help alleviate health inequities, and Health4theWorld allows to contribute to the cause on a global scale. He loves playing basketball and “coconut” retriever, Kiwi.
Varun is a final year Mechanical Engineer Undergraduate from Lucknow, India inclined towards technology. He is an Android Developer at Health 4 The World. He loves to explore new things and wants to be an Innovator. He is into coding and spends his spare time playing games and trying new food items.
Venkatakrishnan is an MIS Graduate from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is a data enthusiast and passionate about big data and working with large data sets. He is currently working on developing an e-learning website for H4TW. He is very much excited about working for H4TW and contributing for a good cause. He likes listening to music, hitting the gym and socializing.
Vijendra recently graduated with Masters in CS from the University of South Carolina. Previously he was an instructor for programming and web development at Duke TIP and he has also worked with Accenture as a SAP SD Tester.
Vyom is a recent Master’s Graduate from SUNY Buffalo. He likes sketching, literature, web novels, anime and coding. He is a jack of all trades in computer tech. Right now he is searching for his first job.
Promoting health in resource-poor communities worldwide through education and technology