Eimaan Anwar
Eimaan Anwar

Eimaan Anwar

Intern

Eimaan Anwar

Intern

Eimaan is a senior at Tufts University majoring in Community Health and Biology. Eimaan is passionate about maternal health care and her research interests include perinatal psychiatry and access to pre- and postnatal care. At Tufts, she is part of Project SHARE and Maternal Advocacy for Research in Community Health. She is a current chair and research assistant at the Maternal Outcomes for Translational Health Equity Research (M.O.T.H.E.R) Lab housed at Tufts University School of Medicine that aims to eliminate and eradicate Black maternal health disparities. In the past she has interned at the Community Action Network of Boston Public Health, working specifically in health policy to reduce racial and ethnic inequities in infant mortality and poor birth outcomes. She volunteers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and enjoys interacting and engaging with patients.  In the future, she hopes to go to medical school and become an OB-GYN.