Dr. Aakash Doshi finished his medical education and graduated from Medical College, Baroda; Maharaja Sayajirao University at Vadodara in 2013. He has rich clinical experience gathered by working at world-renowned institutions such as Harvard, Yale and Oxford University. He also has short-term clinical work experience from working at hospitals in Germany and Indonesia. Since his college, Aakash has had various leadership roles to his credit. He conceptualized the idea of Indian Medical Students’ Association in his first year of college and is the co-founder and the first Vice-President of the same. He devised India specific strategies to increase membership base and has held numerous fund-raising events and sponsorship drives for the association. The Indian Medical Students’ Association is now the umbrella organization for over 30,000 medical students in India and provides a national and international platform to represent them. He made India a member of Asian Medical Students’ Association and is also the first chairperson to India for the same. He was invited twice to represent India at the Global Health Conference in Australia. He has also represented India at other conferences in Tokyo and USA. Since his graduation, Aakash has worked for six months at a cardiology clinic in Chicago and then at a government hospital as a Junior Resident in Department of Surgery in Vadodara, India. He is trained in Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and graduated as a fellow from the 4th HTA fellowship organized by WHO, IIT Madras and the Ministry of Biotechnology of India. His current research project is on effectiveness of complying to bundle practices to reduce Central line associated blood stream infections. Aakash is currently overseeing a research collaboration between Operation Asha and University College London. He is also the co-founder and director partner of InMediTech LLP, a social enterprise in India focused on improving maternal and child health in India. .