2020 Summer Interns
B.A., Class of 2020
Deepti Agnihotri is a rising second-year in the Master of Science in Global Health program at the Duke Global Health Institute. This May, she graduated from the Duke University Trinity School of Arts and Sciences with a Bachelors of Arts in public policy and global health. As an undergraduate, Deepti wrote for The Chronicle, served on the Duke Disability Alliance executive board, and conducted mental health research under Dr. Sumedha Ariely. Currently, Deepti is a research assistant for Dr. Catherine Staton in the GEMINI lab. Her master's thesis will focus on the role of self-determination in the effectiveness of a brief intervention for alcohol use in emergency department patients. At the Margolis Center, Deepti will be conducting a quantitative analysis on the impact of value-based care on pregnancy outcomes in the US. Ultimately, Deepti hopes to pursue a career in public health research and policy, focusing on equity and empowerment.