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Sehj is the 2021 Fellow at the India Digital Health Network (IDHN) at Harvard, a multi-disciplinary collaborative whose mission is to advance the science and practice of digital health implementation. He is currently evaluating and optimizing the IT solution for the national non-communicable disease screening and management program in India.
In the past, Sehj built AI-based clinical decision support systems for Duke and Stanford healthcare systems and led impact assessment and health outcomes tracking as an early team-member at Noora Health, a social venture incubated by Y Combinator and recognized as one of the world’s most innovative companies by Fast Company.
He earned his MD in Medicine from Duke and MS in Bioinformatics from Stanford (under the research mentorship of Nigam Shah) and BS in Bioengineering from Cornell. 
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