Amruta Bhir was a program coordinator at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.

Prior to joining O’Neill, Bhir worked as an innovative finance intern at Health Finance Institute, a nonprofit organization based in Washington D.C. While there, she developed concept notes, policy proposals, and briefs for several stakeholders engaged in fighting noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) by improving financing to study NCDs.

Bhir has also worked as a healthcare policy intern at Our National Conversation, an online news portal that aims to create a nonpartisan dialogue on various health care related issues here in the United States. During graduate school, she gained substantial experience working as a researcher in the fields that are at an intersection of global health policy and health systems strengthening.

Bhir holds a M.P.H with a concentration in Global Health, Health Economics and Health Policy from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and a B.S from Delhi University.

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