I am a PhD student in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where I probe different ways of understanding air pollution and its effects.

- I graduated with a Bachelor and Master of Technology (with a minor in Physics) from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in 2013.

- I then read for an MSc in Environmental Change and Management (2014) at the School of Geography and Environment, and an MBA (2015) at the Said Business School at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar.

- After graduating from Oxford, I worked at the Science Division at UN Environment in Nairobi (2015-2016).

- I joined the Senseable City Lab at MIT full-time as a Research Fellow (2016-2017),  and also worked part-time as a Drawdown Fellow.

- I started my PhD in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT in September of 2017

- I have been a member of Dr Ralph Kahn's group at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center since 2017

- I was a visiting researcher at the Global Center for Clean Air Research at the University of Surrey in the summer of 2018 

-I have been a visiting student at the Harvard School of Public Health since the summer of 2018

-I will start work as a consultant for the World Health Organization January, 2021 as I wrap up my PhD (Curricular Practical Training)

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