Anjali Gupta (T’22) completed a self-designed degree titled, The Interplay Between Health and Educational Outcomes (B.S.). A Robertson Scholar, she was President of Duke Partnership for Service (dPS) and Adopt-A-Grandparent (AAG) and volunteered with the Durham Crisis Response Center. Anjali also conducted health disparities research in the Department of Population Health Sciences, interned with the Freedom School program in rural NC, and worked on family-school engagement initiatives at the Brookings Center for Universal Education.
Anjali Gupta will spend the Hart Fellowship in Lagos, Nigeria. She will collaborate with Sebeccly Cancer Care, a nonprofit organization that supports breast cancer patients through education, research, advocacy, and screening and treatment support, and the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Through qualitative and quantitative community-based research, Anjali will explore how various dimensions of healthcare access affect screening and treatment. These insights may guide initiatives to get patients diagnosed at earlier stages and linked to care.