Anisha Gill, MPH
Senior Research Assistant, Center for Neurorestoration and Neurotechnology
Providence VA Medical Center

Anisha Gill is a Senior Research Assistant for the Center for Neurorestoration and Neurotechnology (CfNN) at the Providence VA Medical Center. She previously served as the Health Equity Program Manager and the interim Refugee Health Coordinator at the Rhode Island Department of Health. She earned an MPH from Brown University School of Public Health in May 2016.

Ms. Gill continues to serve underserved and vulnerable population through her membership on several professional and community organizations, such as the West Elmwood Housing and Sojourner House. She teaches the “Introduction to Public Health” course at Roger Williams University School of Continuing Studies for the Advanced Credit Network. This partnership between the Rhode Island Department of Education and local colleges in the state allows high school students to take college-level classes at no charge.

Ms. Gill is interested in mixed-methods research. She currently is working on the following project at CfNN, “Needs, Preferences and Functional Abilities of Veterans and Service Members with Upper Limb Amputation.”