Tanvee Varma ’18
Albright Fellow 2017

Tanvee Varma
As a junior majoring in Economics with a minor in Health and Society, Tanvee is an advocate for health equity, access to health resources, and justice.

During the Summer of 2016, Tanvee worked as a clinical research intern at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, investigating the importance of communication amongst patients and physicians in reducing healthcare costs. In the past, she has also worked as a research intern at Harvard Medical School and the Rockefeller University. In addition, she is a member of the Campus Leaders Council for END7, an international advocacy campaign working to raise awareness and the funding necessary to control and eliminate the 7 most common neglected tropical diseases by 2020.  At Wellesley, Tanvee is actively involved with Science Club for Girls, Honor Code Council, the Wellesley News, the Balance Health Educators, and Wellesley Association for South Asian Cultures. Following graduation, Tanvee hopes to work in global health policy before pursuing a dual MD/MPH degree.