Sommer Doctoral Scholar for Public Health Leadership in the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Thanks to the low faculty-to-student ratio at St. John’s University, students benefit from working closely with Dr. Gadhoke in the Master of Public Health program. She brings a uniquely holistic, theoretically grounded, multi-sectoral experience to her teaching. Focus areas include chronic disease prevention and food security programs in low-income urban and rural populations, including American Indian and indigenous Ecuadorian Shuar, as well as other ethnic minority populations.
Research: Social determinants of health, vulnerability and resiliency, livelihood models, food and nutrition, biocultural approaches to health, and visual and mixed research methodology.
Practice: Senior Fellow at the Vincentian Center for Church and Society; Faculty Advisor for the Ozanam and McNair Scholar Programs.
Curriculum: Global Healthcare, Health Disparities, Culminating Experience