Student Awarded Woodrow Wilson Research Fellowship
Kushi Ranganath, a rising sophomore at Johns Hopkins University, was awarded the Woodrow Wilson Research Fellowship for her proposal: An Exploratory Study Using the “Virtual Supermarket” to Evaluate Supermarket-Based Obesity Interventions and Inform Baltimore Public Health Policy.' Ranganath's double major in Public Health and Neuroscience is guiding her in her path to become a physician with a deep knowledge of metabolic disease, diabetes and obesity.
The Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program provides funding to a select group of undergraduate students, enabling them to pursue independent research of their own design. Working closely with highly respected Hopkins faculty mentors, these students pursue their own research throughout the course of their undergraduate experience.