Talia Beglarian

Premedical Division Co-Conference Chair

Talia Beglarian is currently a second-year student at the University of California, Berkeley, and an intended Molecular and Cell Biology major with an emphasis in Immunology. She has been an active member of the Cancer and Womxn’s Health Committee for two semesters, starting from when it was first established in AMWA’s Berkeley chapter. During this time, she has helped organize several fundraising and cancer awareness events, including a Candlelight Vigil and a Cancer Prevention Potluck. She has also participated in other premed organizations on campus, including Premed at Berkeley. As a member of the Data Committee, she facilitated the making of a website intended to provide resources to pre-health students. Apart from her activities on campus, she has recently participated in the COPE Health Scholars Program as a Summer Intensive Scholar, in which she received 280 hours of clinical experience and learned practical hands-on patient care, further solidifying her interest in becoming a physician. Her passion for medicine is shared with AMWA members, and she is grateful to be a part of the community.


Sneha Chaturvedi

Premedical Division Co-Conference Chair

Sneha Chaturvedi is a senior at Washington University in St. Louis, majoring in Biology with a concentration in neuroscience. She has been a member of AMWA since her junior year in high school and has had various roles in its premedical leadership including social media chair and secretary. Sneha is also a member of the Preventive Medicine Task Force, where she is currently working on a Healthy Lifestyle Guide meant for families living in food deserts.  Sneha wishes to become a physician-scientist through obtaining an MD-PhD and is currently a member of two national research programs: the MARC uSTAR two year fellowship and BP Endure Scholars in neuroscience. In her lab, she researches circadian rhythms and their effects on sex differences in glucocorticoid release. Outside of AMWA, she enjoys being a leader in her sorority, Delta Gamma, and volunteering with kids living in housing projects in St. Louis. Sneha credits AMWA for giving her a support network of passionate, like-minded women she is proud to call her peers and mentors.