Dr. Anjali Niyogi is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine & Pediatrics at Tulane School of Medicine and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Tulane School of Public Health. She is a hospitalist at University Medical Center, a co-founder and co-director of the Resident Initiative in Global Health at Tulane, the founder and director of the Formerly Incarcerated Transitions (FIT) Clinic in New Orleans, and a volunteer physician with the asylum network with Physician for Human Rights.
Dr. Niyogi earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas in Austin and completed her MD/MPH from Tulane University School of Medicine and Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She was a resident in internal medicine and pediatrics during Hurricane Katrina and established ad-hoc clinics throughout the city in immediate aftermath of the storm. Following residency, she received the Piper Fellowship in International Medicine and spent significant time in rural India training community health workers, practicing primary care, and conducting community-based research in pediatric malnutrition. Dr. Niyogi has worked internationally in India, Ghana, Uganda, Ethiopia, and most recently, Greece working with Syrian refugees. Dr. Niyogi remains committed to caring for vulnerable populations and advocating for health justice and equity.
Niyogi holds the Kylene and Brad Beers Professorship of Social Entrepreneurship from 2019-2022.