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AAAS Fellow Biography

Shifali Arora

Dr. Shifali Arora
AAAS Fellow
Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering
Division of Information and Intelligent Systems
Class of 2014

Shifali Arora is a current first year American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) science and technology policy fellow at the National Science Foundation. She is working on the smart and connected health program in the division of computer & information science & engineering. ¬†She completed her Bachelor’s in biology and psychology as well as her M.D at the University of Illinois in Chicago. She continued her medical training with an internal medicine residency at Duke University. Prior to starting her AAAS fellowship, she was completing her gastroenterology fellowship at Rush University in Chicago. Her interests lie in quality improvement specific to patient care both at the clinical level as well as at the more broad policy level.

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