Sanjana Davuluri

Student Division Mentorship Chair

Sanjana Davuluri, MHS (She/Her) is a first-year medical student at Rowan-Virtua School of Osteopathic Medicine with a Master of Health Science from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She is a 2024 AMWA Intern and Historian of her school’s AMWA chapter, through which she has worked on coordinating a Mothers in Medicine panel and safe spaces for female-identifying survivors of domestic abuse in Philadelphia. She is also Founder and President of the Rowan-Virtua SOM Association of Women Surgeons, Vice President of the Voorhees Pediatric Volunteers group, Website Manager of FIMRC, and Community Outreach Chair of Rowan’s Community Health Center. She is currently involved in surgical research at Wills Eye Hospital and Shriners Children’s Hospital. In the past, she has traveled to Panama with Global Medical Brigades, led leadership boards of cultural and performing arts organizations, and served as an academic and social mentor. Sanjana is very passionate about community service, research and mentorship, especially in empowering fellow women in medicine. In her free time, Sanjana enjoys Lego building, reading, working out and Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance).

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