Dr. Anu Ramachandran is a Postdoctoral Scholar in Health Policy at Stanford, resident physician at UCSF, and a research affiliate at CrisisReady, with a focus on healthcare systems for underserved communities and humanitarian relief.
Dr. Anu Ramachandran is a Postdoctoral Scholar in Health Policy at Stanford and a resident physician at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). She is also a research affiliate at CrisisReady. She earned her MD from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Before that, she received an MSc in Public Health from The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and a BA in Neuroscience and Philosophy from the University of Southern California.
Focused on creating healthcare systems for underserved communities and addressing challenges during humanitarian crises, Anu previously held the position of Co-director at the Refugee Health Partnership. There, she coordinated a program pairing medical students with newly settled refugee families to bolster their healthcare access through the Baltimore International Rescue Committee. She was instrumental in securing funding for education programs and interpreters, adapting the program as an elective in the Hopkins medicine curriculum, and organizing speaker events.
Her work at CrisisReady is closely aligned with her passion for healthcare access, health system resilience, and humanitarian relief.
- MD, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
- MS, The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
- BA, University of Southern California
- Health System Resiliency
- Refugee and Humanitarian Crisis Response
- Population Health
- Public Health