Danielle Cullen, MD, MPH, MSHP

Class of 2018

Chethan Bachireddy, MD is an Internal Medicine trained physician who grew up in Deep East Texas. He attended Harvard College where he majored in economics, conducted research on the intersection of microfinance and health in Mexico and Indonesia, and worked with the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative to deliver life-saving medications in resource-poor settings. He directed an ESL program for immigrant children in Boston and founded the Health Advocacy Program to empower middle-school students to become health advocates for themselves and their communities in Massachusetts, Texas, and California. He completed his medical degree at Yale University, where he directed a free clinic and led a team of researchers and policymakers in a multi-site study of integrated health services for HIV-infected injection drug users in Ukraine. His work has been presented internationally and led to expansion of integrated services in Ukraine, Malaysia, and Russia. Currently, Chethan is an Internal Medicine Primary Care Resident Physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital, where he was recently named a Harvard Medical School Primary Care Innovation Fellow. Through this position, Chethan has pioneered new methods for improving the delivery of preventive health services in the primary care setting.