Meghana Gadgil, MD, MPH

Portrait of Meghana Gadgil, MD, MPH

Meghana Gadgil, MD, MPH

Academic Program Officer

Value Institute for Health and Care
Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine

Dr. Meghana Gadgil is a teaching faculty member in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Dell Medical School and joined the Value Institute for Health & Care in 2017. She also leads the campus-wide Model Healthy Campus Initiative, a unique human-centered design approach to identifying and crowdsourcing solutions to complex public health issues. Dr. Gadgil completed dual undergraduate degrees in Biochemistry and Conservation Resource Studies at UC 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. After residency, she earned her Master’s in Public Health at UC Berkeley with a concentration in Environmental Health Sciences.

Dr. Gadgil is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Stanford Society of Physician Scholars, Kaiser Permanente Medical Student Scholarship, and the American Pediatric Society/ Society for Pediatric Research Fellowship, and has twice been awarded the Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholarship. She is a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society and a former Fulbright Research Fellow and has extensive international experience, including in Ecuador, India, Borneo, Uganda and Bangladesh. Her academic interests include global health, clinical medical education, implementation science, value-based care, and medical humanities. Dr. Gadgil is board certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.