Natasha Anandaraja

Natasha Anandaraja, MD

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Medical Education
  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Preventive Medicine
  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Pediatrics

Specialty:

Pediatrics

Dr. Natasha Anu Anandaraja is a Pediatric Attending at Mount Sinai Medical Center, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Education, and faculty of the Mount Sinai Masters in Public Health program. She earned her medical degree at the University Of Auckland School Of Medicine in New Zealand, completed her pediatric residency in the Department of Pediatrics at the Mount Sinai Medical Center, and was trained in Tropical and Travel Medicine at the Gorgas Course in Lima, Peru.  She is Director of the Mount Sinai Global Health Center of Mount Sinai School of Medicine, training medical students and physicians for work in underserved regions of the world.  Her special interests include international child health and disaster relief.

Multi-Disciplinary Training Area

Public Health [PH]

Education

MBBS, University of Auckland

MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Residency, Pediatrics, Mount Sinai Hospital

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