Amelia D’Angelo is a Master of Global Health graduate from McMaster University in Canada, with and undergraduate degree in Environmental Science from McGill University. She is passionate about access to health care in rural and northern Canada and the Arctic, and believes that this part of the world can benefit from the innovative solutions found in the developing world. Amelia loves hiking, scuba diving, rock climbing, knitting and travelling, and has worked in Canada, France, Norway and Madagascar.
Ann-Cathrin is a pre-med Neuroscience major at the University of Texas at Dallas. During her
undergrad career, she has done various medical internships in different countries around
South/Central America and Africa, as well as an internship at the National Association of Community
Health Centers in Washington, D.C. She is passionate about supporting education and preventative
health around the world and in the United States.
Ayah Said is a Master of Global Health student at McMaster University in Canada, with an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and NMC (Near & Middle Eastern Civilization) from the University of Toronto. After spending some time working in the Middle East, she developed a keen interest in looking at vulnerable populations in different healthcare settings. Ayah is interested in the role technology can play in improving health in low-resource settings. In her down time, she enjoys table tennis, photography, hiking, and travelling.
She is dedicated to helping people affected by health disparities, get access to information and proper care.
Proud to be a part of H4TW, a diverse team of incredible and resourceful professionals and join in their efforts to expand stroke awareness, in areas where adequate resources are scarce.
Sohil Patel, MD
Dr. Patel is an assistant professor in Neuroradiology at the University of Virginia. He did fellowship in Neuroradiology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He graduated from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 2007 and has been in practice for 8+ years.
Tatiana Kelil is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco. She earned her Medical degree from Chicago Medical School, completed a diagnostic radiology residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School followed by a Women’s Imaging Fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. Tatiana is interested in global health, Artificial Intelligence and 3-dimensional image visualization techniques such as 3D printing and Augmented/Virtual reality.
Ulysis is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in physiological sciences at UCLA, and my academic end goal is to become a physician. He always wanted to help alleviate health inequities, and Health4theWorld allows to contribute to the cause on a global scale. He loves playing basketball and “coconut” retriever, Kiwi.
Vyom is a full stack software engineer at Sterling Medical Devices.He works in cutting edge medical device technology ranging from implants to monitors. He works in most fields related to software like firmware, app development, website development and cloud management. He did his masters from University at Buffalo and likes sketching, literature, web novels, anime and coding.
Student at University of Michigan. Pursing Science degree.
Rahi V Patel
I’m a student at Saint Louis University. Some of my hobbies are dancing and traveling! I want to join H4TW because I am inspired by the messages that H4TW stands for. I believe everyone should have basic health services and I want to volunteer for this organization because I agree with its goals and hope to make even a little impact by contributing all I can.
I am a Bioinformatics major at Virginia Commonwealth University. I am on a pre-med track, and currently a junior. My goal is to go to medical school, and become a pediatrician.
UC Berkeley undergraduate studying Molecular and Cell Biology.
Aliyah A Jenkins
I am a nursing student seeking to be a nurse practitioner in psychiatric work.
Amanda I Moises
Tufts University ’21
I am a premed student majoring in biology and am originally from NJ. I’m super excited to support H4TW and their international and local endeavors. Education is the best conduit for progress and I’m grateful that I get to do my part.
International Collaboration/Web Development
University of Cincinnati ’22
I am from Clarksburg, MD and I am a premed student studying Medical Sciences at the University of Cincinnati. I aspire to be a physician after I graduate, and am deeply passionate about community health, education equity, and technology equity. I am proud to help provide open access to education and technology for medical professionals worldwide.
About 2 years ago, I decided to change my career and pursue the medical field. Currently, I am finishing my post-baccalaureate work at the University of Utah and will be attending medical school next year. I also volunteer for the University of Utah Hospital as well as Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
After researching ways to assist in the fight against Covid-19, I came to realize that in-person opportunities were limited. As such, I began to explore how to volunteer remotely and found Health4TheWorld. Having a decade of experience in startups, software and technology, I hope to bring this skillset and expertise to help Heath4TheWorld and their health initiatives.
Neha is a second-year at the University of Virginia pursuing a B.A. in Global Public Health.
I am a second-year UC Berkeley student majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology with a concentration in immunology. I plan on attending medical school but also want to be involved with public health and reproduction rights.
Riya is a third-year undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley. She is studying Integrative Biology with a focus on health care in developing countries. Riya’s interests include infectious disease, global health policy, migrant health, and gender disparities.
Web Developer and Local Drives
Abhav has a master’s in computer science from University at Buffalo, New York. He is part of the tech team and worked on the maintenance and development of e-learning and COVID pages. He drove the #mask4theworld movement collaborating with physicians, local movements, and manufacturers across the US. He loves socializing and eating out. Follow him at Twitter
Ketki has a Bachelors in Electronics and Telecommunication and is a software testing fanatic. She is a member of the technical team of H4TW and has been helping out with routine website maintenance. She is trained in 2 forms of Indian classical dance and wishes to start her own dance school someday. A complete social butterfly, Ketki loves to travel and is a total foodie.