Anjali Dhurandhar is an associate director of the Arts and Humanities in Healthcare Program and an assistant professor in the department of Medicine. She studied studio art in college and earned her medical doctorate from Louisiana Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. She completed residency in internal medicine at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, then did a fellowship in the Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program at Northwestern University in Chicago with a focus on developing curricula in imaginative and reflective writing. She also completed a GIM fellowship and did research in doctor-patient communication. Currently, she provides primary care to the underserved and precepts medical students and residents in ambulatory medicine. She has conducted several writing workshops at national conferences, edits Letters to a Third-Year Student in the School of Medicine and serves as an editor of The Human Touch. She enjoys teaching and participating in all forms of the creative arts.