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Meet Our Blogger: Anju Abraham
Anju Abraham is a graduate student in the Master of Public Health program at Fresno State University. She is also concurrently completing a Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices at Northeastern University. As an undergraduate, Anju majored in Public Health, with an emphasis on Health Administration. Along with her position at publichealth.org, Anju is a presenter of child welfare related topics in central California. Her passion is in research, writing, and health education. She aspires to enroll in a doctorate program, once she graduates. Outside of the classroom, you can find Anju practicing yoga, playing guitar or writing biographies about herself in the third person.
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