Medical school - Tufts University School of Medicine

Sanaya grew up in Westchester, New York and attended Tufts University where she studied Biology and Art History. After graduating she worked at a public health initiative at Brigham and Women’s Hospital to increase awareness about cardiovascular health in underprivileged communities around Boston. She discovered her love for neurology during her post-graduate research, studying the effects of maternal obesity on offspring neurodevelopment and cognition in a mouse model. From there, Sanaya returned to Tufts for medical school where she volunteered at a free healthcare clinic and helped develop the neuroscience course for MS1 and MS2 students. Outside of the medical world, Sanaya enjoys hiking, ceramics, and tending to her temperamental cat, Percy. 

Fellowship Position

Epilepsy Fellowship - Harvard / Brigham and Women's Hospital