by Vaidehi Mujumdar My grandmother passed away during my senior year of college, one week before my 23rd birthday. She died in the house in which I had lived for the […]
Vaidehi Mujumdar is an aspiring physician, clinical advocate, activist, and writer who strongly believes health and social justice are part of the same story. Her interests primarily focus on narrative medicine, social determinants of health, and mixed-methods clinical research. Vaidehi’s past professional experiences include ethnographic research, health program development/evaluation, and science policy work with non-profits, NGOs, and medical centers in India, South & Latin America, and the Southern and Eastern U.S. A graduate of Dartmouth College, Vaidehi’s published work has focused on women’s sexual and reproductive health, self-care, trauma, and health advocacy in minority communities. Follow her on Twitter at @VeeMuj.