Anup Agarwal was an Internal Medicine resident at Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, New York. He grew up in Gangarampur, a small village in Eastern India. He received his medical degree from Stanley Medical College, Chennai, India. After medical school, he spent a year working as a telemedicine consultant in Bangalore, India, where he had the privilege of providing teleconsultations via video conferencing in 22 primary health centers located in rural India. He then worked as a research assistant at Yale University with telemedicine, simulation, and technology in medicine. During residency, he volunteered at Bernard Mevs Hospital in Haiti. His clinical interests include chronic non-communicable disease especially diabetes and cancer, improving healthcare delivery in resource-poor settings, decision support systems in medicine and telemedicine. As a HEAL fellow, his dream is to work towards building a health system, where every human has access to affordable healthcare. In his free time, he enjoys watching cricket, movies, occasionally yoga, reading non-fiction novels. Anup is a fellow at Jan Swasthya Sahyog in India.