- PhD Fellow
Sneha Kotian is a medical doctor from India with a postgraduate specialisation in MD Community Medicine. She has catered to the health care needs in lower-middle income settings. During her residency, her work included clinical care, preventive care, and community-based healthcare assessments in rural and tribal communities.
She also holds her second Masters in International Health from KIT Royal Tropical Institute/ Vrije University, Netherlands. Currently, she is a research fellow under the guidance of Constance Schultsz. Her PhD research is focused on developing strategies to prioritize population-based antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance using modelling approaches and health system analysis targeting lower-middle-income countries.