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Crane Leadership Scholars 2010-2011 Agni Chandora
 

Summary: Crane Leadership Scholars 2010-2011
Agni Chandora
Agni Chandora, a junior from Snellville, GA, is pursuing a dual degree a
bachelor's degree in Biology and a Master of Public Health with a
concentration in Health Policy and Management. On campus, she serves
as president of the Foundation of the International Medical Relief of
Children, whose mission is to raise awareness and money for children
living in impoverished areas with inadequate healthcare.
Through the Association of Women in Science, she conducts an after-
school program consisting of science experiments at Oglethorpe Avenue
Elementary School. Agni is also currently an ambassador for the Franklin
College of Arts and Sciences and in 2010 served as an Alternative Spring
Break site leader to Houston, Texas to lead a volunteering effort focused
on immigrant and refugee families.
Due to her medical interests, Agni has been involved with research on breast cancer drug development,
and as a Roosevelt Scholar, she has also conducted research on and written a policy proposal regarding
the U.S. primary care physician shortage. She is currently interning with One Athens Health, a
community-based health initiative and also spends time volunteering at Athens Regional Medical
Center.
After graduation, Agni hopes to attend medical school and pursue a career combining medicine and

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology