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Anubha Agarwal, MD, MSc

Assistant Professor of Medicine


Additional Titles

  • Co-Director Program in Global Cardiovascular Health


  • Columbia University, Biology, Human Rights, BA: New York, NY (2008)
  • Stanford University Graduate School of Business, Ignite Innovation Program, Certificate: Stanford, CA (2010)
  • Stanford University School of Medicine, MD: Stanford, CA (2014)
  • Duke University, Global Health Science, MSc: Durham, NC (2018)
  • Duke University Medical Center, Residency, Internal Medicine-Global Health: Durham, NC (2018)
  • Northwestern University, Fellowship, Cardiovascular Disease: Chicago, IL (2021)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine Board Certification
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease Board Certification


2020-2022 Visiting Research Scholar, The George Institute for Global Health
2020-2021 Institute of Global Health Post-Graduate Fellowship in Global Health, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
2019 Robert O. Bonow Research Award, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
2019 World Heart Federation Salim Yusuf Emerging Leader
2017-2018 NIH Fogarty Global Health Fellowship at Centre for Chronic Disease Control, India
2016 STEAD Research Grant Award, Duke University
2013-2014 Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellowship at Moi University, Kenya
2013 Mary Duke Biddle Clinical Scholar in Nepal, Stanford University School of Medicine
2010 Medical Scholars Research Award, Stanford University School of Medicine

Clinical Interests

I am a general non-invasive cardiologist with clinical expertise in prevention of cardiovascular disease. I see patients with a wide variety of cardiovascular diseases and attend on the inpatient cardiology and cardiology consultative service at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

Research Interests

I am a global cardiovascular physician-scientist with research expertise in global heart failure, clinical trials, and implementation science. I aim to develop, implement, and scale evidence-based interventions to improve the cardiovascular health of undertreated populations globally, including in low- and middle-income countries and the United States.


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