Anamika Sengupta, Ph.D., M.Ed.
Dr. Sengupta obtained her PhD from India and subsequently capped her degree with extensive post-doctoral research training at the Morehouse School of Medicine, in Atlanta Georgia. As a basic scientist, her research interest lay in the “Elucidation of the multifactorial role of the ubiquitous molecule melatonin as a hormone, a component of the circadian system, and an autocrine/paracrine signaling factor in various organs/systems of the body". Her publications encompass 15 peer-reviewed articles related to her field of interest, in recognized European and American journals.
Dr. Sengupta obtained a Master’s degree in “Medical Education Leadership” from the University of New England in 2015 which exposed her to medical education related research. Her area of interest lies in a topic that is very current: “Effects of Internet Addiction on Medical Education”. She has extensive experience working with students struggling in the pre-clinical years of medical education and developing strategies related to students’ success.
Dr. Sengupta invariably considers herself an international medical educator, having broad prior and current affiliations with institutions that include DeVry Medical International (Miramar, Florida), Ross University School of Medicine (Dominica, West Indies), University of New England, Georgia Gwinnett College (Atlanta, Georgia), and Gupta College of Pharmaceutical Technology (India).
In addition, she is an accomplished musician trained and certified in the Indian classical tradition.
Dr. Sengupta has the deepest respect and reverence for the noble mission of UIW and is tremendously excited to be considered an integral part of the faculty team at UIWSOM.
The Endocrine Society
The Asia Oceanic Society of Comparative Endocrinology (AOSCE)
International Association for Medical Education