Suravi Das

MBE Student

Suravi received her degree in Health Administration and Policy, Public Health, from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She has worked as a Research Program Assistant with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, most recently with the Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology and Clinical Research, exploring the effectiveness of multi-level interventions in reducing hypertension and cardiovascular health inequities amongst disadvantaged and socially at-risk groups. Her primary research interest is in moral and ethical considerations surrounding access to health care and equity, especially those involving obesity and associated cardiovascular health issues. She is also interested in the impact of gatekeepers on health inequities, as well as issues of patient choice and where autonomy becomes neglect.