Anu Ramachandran is a Medical Informatics Fellow affiliated with the VA's Center for Innovation to Implementation. She completed her medical degree at Johns Hopkins University and pursued a Masters degree in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine as a Marshall Scholar. She recently completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at UC San Francisco/SF General Hospital. Her prior research has focused on the health needs of populations affected by humanitarian crisis. Broadly, she is interested in the intersection of informatics methodologies and health policy, with a focus on crisis preparedness and protecting medically vulnerable populations. She also hopes to use these tools to improve health system design and optimize the resiliency and equity of healthcare delivery in low-resource settings.