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Andrés Mallipudi is a medical student at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He completed his undergraduate work in molecular biology at Brigham Young University. His research interests include Latino and immigrant health care disparities, environmental influences on the development of multidrug-resistant infections, and the impact of climate change on health outcomes.
Andrés works with Dr. Kathleen Page, in collaboration with Centro SOL, on survey based assessments of parental administration of non-prescription antibiotics to children in Baltimore’s growing Latino population. He is currently living in Madre de Dios, Peru as a Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellow where he is developing cross-cultural vulnerability and resilience rapid surveys and indices to measure the potential health impact of climate variation.