Anisha Ganguly, M.D., M.P.H., is an Assistant Instructor of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center and a member of its Division of General Internal Medicine. She is the inaugural Health Equity Fellow in the Center for Innovation and Value at Parkland Memorial Hospital, a training program structured as a partnership between Parkland and UT Southwestern. Her clinical interests include primary care of the underserved, complex management of chronic disease, and addiction medicine.
Originally from Austin, Texas, Dr. Ganguly holds bachelor's degrees in biological chemistry and Spanish literature from the University of Chicago. She received her medical degree from UT Southwestern, where she concurrently completed her master's in public health with a focus area in health disparities. She completed her internal medicine residency training at the University of Washington in Seattle, and then returned to UT Southwestern and Parkland in 2022 to obtain additional training in health equity research and systems innovation.
Dr. Ganguly’s research interests include the interrogation of systemic racism in policy and system level factors that manifest in health disparities and designing interventions to advance equitable delivery of care and health policy. Her prior research included projects focused on racial disparities in pain management and in access to breast cancer screening. This work has been recognized by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst.
Dr. Ganguly is a member of multiple professional societies, including the Society of General Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians.
During her free time, she enjoys gourmet cooking, hiking, practicing yoga, working crossword puzzles, and traveling.
- Medical School
- University of Texas Southwestern Medical School (2019)
- Other Post Graduate Training
- University of Texas School of Public Health in Dallas (2019)
- University of Washington Medical Center (2020), Internal Medicine
- University of Washington Medical Center (2022), Internal Medicine
- Addiction Medicine
- Care of the Uninsured
- Racial Health Disparities
Honors & Awards
- Lisa A. Cooper and David M. Levine GIM Housestaff Research Award
Johns Hopkins University Division of General Internal Medicine (2021)
- Dr. Richard Mays Smith Award
UT Southwestern (2019)
- Excellence in Public Health Award
US Public Health Service (2019)
- Gold Humanism Honor Society
UT Southwestern (2018)
- American College of Physicians
- Doctors for America
- Society of General Internal Medicine