Chief Medical Analyst
Anisha Bapna graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with bachelor degrees in biomedical and materials science engineering. At Carnegie Mellon, Anisha expanded her knowledge of biotechnology and became the principal researcher of her very own cardiovascular medical device laboratory.
As a consultant, Anisha has helped many Fortune 500 companies solve business problems in the medical device and life sciences industries. Anisha is passionate about saving the world through device creation and advanced data analytics.
At the Human Health Project, Anisha leads the medical analytics team and focuses on product strategy and the evidence-based grading of medical data.
Yuhui Luo currently volunteers as a Data Analyst at the Human Health Project where she collects, models & analyzes data, and helps with survey & database design. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto, and a Master’s degree from Princeton University where her research focused on machine learning and bioinformatics. She joined the Human Health Project in 2014 because she strongly believes in having a not-for-profit health resource where the diversity and scale of the online community can be harnessed to provide accessible support and information for those in need of it. Yuhui has always been passionate about contributing her time and technical expertise to good causes, and is excited to apply her skills in large-scale data analysis to improving the user experience at HHP.
Kar Mun Neoh
Growing up in Malaysia, she spent a good portion of her youth wondering what the chromatic liquids were supplied by the local clinics every time she fell ill. Currently, she dedicates her working hours in labs and hospitals to study the effects of antimicrobials and the bugs they try to treat. She wants for people to have greater access to education to make informed medical decisions, such as if the liquids were necessary for her colds.
At the Human Health Project, Kar Mun is responsible for compiling literature for evidence-based grading.
In her spare time, you will likely find her buried in her kitchen preparing dishes that do not look magnificent, and fermenting colorful foods and beverages in her larder. Sometimes, she tests her patience and stress-coping skills in archery ranges and other outdoor sports—she no longer blinks through all of her misses.
Mary has 5+ years of experience working with reporting tools and databases in data warehouse projects as well as creating and supporting decision support systems. She has a Masters in Computer Applications from Bangalore, India.
Mary is a big fan of WebMd and the possibility of contributing to a similar project excites her. This is also an opportunity to work with a diverse team of professionals from across the globe. She sees this opportunity as a chance to build upon/improve her current skills and gain knowledge.
Her main responsibility in HHP is to create reports based on evidence-based grading and reports for all other internal needs. She has worked on different aspects of similar health projects in the past and hope to learn and contribute similarly to this project.