Navneet Bhullar, MD
Navneet Bhullar attended medical college in Amritsar, India, followed by training in internal medicine at the University of Missouri hospital and clinics in Columbia, Missouri. She then served as medical director of a clinic in the medically underserved area of Matoaka, West Virginia, for four years. Bhullar has been with MSF since 2006, having worked in refugee camps with Hmongs in Thailand and with the Congolese escaping conflict into Uganda. She coordinated a filariasis eradication campaign in Papua, Indonesia in 2008. Most recently, in 2011, she spent six months in Nukus, Karakalpakstan, a semi-autonomous part of Uzbekistan where MSF has a multidrug-resistant tuberculosis project. In September 2011, Bhullar completed an MSc in tropical medicine and international health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, combining her thesis work with her field work in MSF’s Nukus project. Bhullar has also volunteered with the Sierra Club and in children's summer camps in Philadelphia.