Dr. Natasha Kathuria works as an emergency medicine physician and a director of observation medicine in Austin, Texas. She trained as a global health specialist, completing her fellowship at Mount Sinai Medical Center and her Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology at Columbia University. Natasha has had extensive humanitarian experience in Ghana, Uganda, Mozambique, Nepal, India, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. In these regions Dr. Kathuria performed direct clinical work in hospitals and clinics, developed education initiatives with physicians and students, and worked with ministries of health on system development to improve access to emergency medical care. In 2006, Dr. Kathuria was the founder of a non-profit organization called Heal the World, which connects college students with hospitals, physicians, teachers, and community workers in underserved areas around the world. Dr. Kathuria also works as a freelance medical journalist, beginning her career in 2014 at ABC news in New York City. She continues to serve as a public health advocate through her journalism.