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Lab Alumna

Ambri Pukhraj

Ambri Pukhraj served as the project coordinator for the South Asian Family Approaches to Disease (SAFAD) study. She joined the Framily and Mental Health Lab while pursuing her master's degree, as she completed her master's thesis and internship under the mentorship of Dr. Ranak Trivedi. Their work together focused on the social support networks of heart failure patients and their caregivers. Ambri is committed to work that is rooted in community, both in health research and in worker-owner cooperatives. She is an immigrant from East Punjab, and is fluent in Punjabi and Hindi. She appreciates the natural beauty and welcoming communities of the SF Bay Area where she now lives and works, but really misses Dussehri mangoes from back home.


MS, Community Health & Prevention Research, Stanford University
BS, Michigan State University