Rohini Dutta

Region: Central and Southern Asia
Ludhiana, India
Health equity | SRHR | UHC | global surgery | maternal health | health system strengthening
Dr. Rohini Dutta (she/her/hers) is a medical graduate from Christian Medical College Ludhiana, Punjab, India and a Global Surgery Fellow at the WHO Collaborating Centre for Research in Surgical Care Delivery in Low-Middle Income Countries, India. She was one of the recipients of the ‘Women of the Future Award India’ in 2021. Her clinical and research work currently focuses on increasing access to surgical and obstetric care in low-resource settings to rural and marginalised communities and leveraging digital technology in the health care sector to accelerate solutions towards achieving universal health coverage. She has served as President of Asian Medical Students Association India in 2019-20 and collaborated with the Indian Development Foundation on Project One Million with its mission to supply one million girls within the reproductive age with free sanitary pads and menstrual hygiene products. She will be joining the Harvard Programme for Global Surgery and Social Change in July 2022.