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Meghana Gadgil, M.D., MPH


University at Buffalo School of Medicine

M.P.H., Environmental Health Science
UC Berkeley


Residency, Internal Medicine
Stanford University


Meghana Gadgil is an assistant professor in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Population Health. Gadgil completed dual undergraduate degrees in biochemistry and conservation resource studies at the University of California, Berkeley and attended medical school at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine. She went on to residency training at Stanford University Hospital, where she was a member of the inaugural Global Health Track with the Center for Innovation in Global Health. After residency, she earned a Master’s in Public Health at UC Berkeley with a concentration in environmental health sciences.

Gadgil joined Dell Medical School in 2015. She led the campus-wide Model Healthy Campus Initiative, a human-centered design approach to identifying and crowdsourcing solutions to complex public health issues at The University of Texas at Austin. From 2016 to 2018, Gadgil worked with Dell Medical School’s Value Institute for Health and Care at Dell Medical School. She researched and developed educational material on novel approaches to value-based care delivery for diabetes, musculoskeletal disease and women’s health.

Gadgil is a Fulbright scholar and a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. She is active in the American College of Physicians. Her academic interests include global health, chronic disease, clinical medical education, environmental health and implementation of value-based care strategies. Gadgil is board-certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Professional Affiliations
  • American College of Physicians
  • Travis County Medical Society
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society
Awards & Honors
  • Dean's Letter of Commendation, 2009
    University at Buffalo School of Medicine