Dr Aparna Chaudhary
Dr Aparna Chaudhary is a medical doctor with almost three years' experience working in public health in India.
Currently, Dr Chaudhary is working as a medical consultant at the WHO in India, as part of the Technical Support Network for the Tuberculosis Elimination Programme in the country.
Previously, she worked as a volunteer researcher for UNDP HIV, Health and Development Group, contributing towards policy reports for various countries.
Dr Chaudhary completed her MBBS, MD (Preventive and Social Medicine) in India, as well as having recently finished a Masters in Health Policy, Planning, and Financing, a joint degree course at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the London School of Economic and Political Sciences. She has also completed a Pg Diploma in Infectious Diseases.
Her research interests span various disciplines, including infectious diseases, health system strengthening, health policy, and maternal and child health.