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Name Nahid Bhadelia
Age / How old / Birthday / Date of Birth / DOB Born in 1977. As of 2024, she is around 47 years old.
Wedding & Marriage / Husband / Engaged / Partner Check the full bio for relationship details.
Children / No. of Kids No confirmed information is available.
Ethnicity / Origin / Heritage / Race Indian-American
Nationality American
Who is Nahid Bhadelia? Dr. Nahid Bhadelia is a physician specializing in infectious diseases. She is also the Head of the Special Pathogens Unit at Boston University.
Wiki Biography / Profile Background

Introduction :

  • Dr Nahid Bhadelia is an Indian-American physician specializing in infectious diseases.
  • She is also an Associate Professor of medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM).

Personal Life : Parents, Family and Education

  • Nahid Bhadelia was born in 1977. Her father was also a doctor, and Nahid was raised between several countries before finally settling down in her home country of the United States when she was eleven years old. Before that, Nahid lived in the Middle East as well as in Sweden. After relocating to the U.S., she grew up in the state of Massachusetts.
  • As a result of her grandfather being an Indian businessman who spent time in a British jail, Nahid too developed a sense of social justice from an early age.
  • Nahid attended the Brookline High School in Brookline, MA, graduating in 1995.
  • Following her graduation from high school, Nahid attended Tufts University in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She achieved a Bachelor of Science degree there.
  • After finishing her Bachelor’s degree, Nahid remained at Tufts University, where she attended the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where she earned a Master of Arts degree in Law and Diplomacy.
  • Nahid then continued to extend her stay at Tufts University by studying at the School of Medicine, where she graduated with a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree.
  • When she is not traveling the world, Nahid lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Work : Career, Income, Salary and Net Worth

  • Nahid was a national outreach coordinator for Oxfam America from 1999 until 2000.
  • She was then a civics educator and campaign director at the Massachusetts Campus Compact from 2002 until 2003.
  • Nahid was then a consultant and trainer at various organizations such as the World Health Organization, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Taiwan Centre for Disease Control.
  • From 2014 to 2015, she was a senior policy and technical advisor for Partners in Health.
  • Since 2011, Dr. Bhadelia has been the director of infection control and medical response at the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories.
  • Also since 2011, Nahid has been working at the Boston Medical Centre (as infectious diseases physician and medical director of the Special Pathogens Unit) as well as at the Boston University School of Medicine (as an Assistant Professor of medicine in the Infectious Diseases section, and an Associate Professor of medicine since January 2020).
  • Since 2017, Nahid has also been an adjunct Assistant Professor at Tufts University’s Institute of Human Security. Since the same year, she has been the clinical and IPC lead at the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine in Uganda.

Interesting Facts and Trivia :

  • Nahid has been on several trips to Sierra Leone and West Africa, where she helped the fight against Ebola when it comes to research and treatment. Her first visit happened in August 2014, and she has made several repeat trips since. She also started a GoFundMe page to try and raise $50,000 for underpaid health workers there.
  • In 2016, she was awarded the Fletcher Women’s Leadership by Tufts University for her the work she has done in the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone.
  • In 2020, Dr. Bhadelia was involved with conferences and training events on the matter of the COVID19 pandemic.
  • She is fairly popular on social media with over 3000 followers on Instagram and over 35,000 followers on her verified Twitter account.
Body Figure / Physical Info

Measurements :

  • Eye Color : Brown
  • Haircut / Hair Color : Black
  • How tall / Height : 5′2″
  • Pregnant? : Currently, she is not expecting a baby.

25 thoughts on “Nahid Bhadelia Husband, Age, Wikipedia, Origin, Married, Parents, Bio”

  1. I’m an avid MSNBC fan & Dr. Bhadelia is a ray of sunshine. Also, her calmness makes one feel so confident in what we’re going through. My thanks to MSNBC and Dr. Bhadelia.

  2. The above comments that reference Ted Cruz is an example of the politicalization of a disease. I grew up during the polio generation and it was never a political issue. The Flu vaccine is not accepted by all, but it’s not political. I admire Dr. Bhadelia and Dr, Fauci as well as the scientists that have collaborated on the development of the covid vaccine.

  3. Dr Bhadelia’s snide comments directed at Ted Cruz at the prompting of MSNBC’s Brian Williams are not clinically or socially defensible. Bossing patients around without backing up the abuse of knowledge and education has been a legacy of medicine in the US, but around the world and all through time. Credentials are not unique to bureaucrats in academia, who have now finally earned the disdain of the majority of the public.

    It was high time, it is a shame that it took a public health incident to unleash the antiseptic of sunlight on institutional corruption and obsequious conformity.

    1. Agree fully. This global SCAM – A false Pandemic, that the entire American medical establishment had bought into – for fear of losing their tenure is very REAL.

      Be very careful about who & what – you are not allowed to question…That’s the start of this Preplanned CRIMINAL NONSENSE of Covid 19.

      Hats off to the many doctors in USA and globally, who have chosen to come out, speak out & criticize the global criminal FRAUD. of Covid19.

      Its unfortunate how many educated professional Indians in Healthcare, Reduction, Medicine, Administration, etc have become the unquestioning slaves to Big Pharma, FDA, CDC, NIH NIEDL & complicit in the criminal fraud…by these globalists. We refuse To Expose these US & global crooks charlatans, by speaking out!

  4. Dr. Bhadelia is a brilliant and calming voice in the explanation of the COVID 19 crisis gripping the US.

    Her background and experience make her uniquely qualified to explain the medical and social aspects of this pandemic. As a public health official, her voice is most welcome.

  5. Vasant Kshirsagar, Sherman Oaks, Ca

    Your candid and precise analysis of the ‘corona world’ beginning with the article in Atlantic is full of insight gathered from your worldwide living and penetrating observation. It offers a unique cultural perspective! We are thankful to you for the same and are proud of you as Americans of Indian origin.

    I being of your father’s generation can feel your family’s awareness of their treasure. Keep it up !!

  6. Greetings Dr. Bhadelia your on-point leadership stating don’t anticipate a SILVER BULLET solution to covid19!!

    Recently, I gained a tremendous menu of facts reading Gina Kolata: Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918. Your comments today on MSNBC are entirely refreshing to the heart. There is joyful leadership from those remarks. Wishing you continued achievement advising of and respect your humanity.

  7. Dr Bhadelia is a physician of whom America can be proud. Her appearances on TV but mostly her clinical and philanthropic work as a physician are a bright beacon for all Americans.

  8. Her comments on MSNBC are so appreciated and refreshing. I hope she will be a part of the President-elects’ COVID Leadership Council as I know she will always convey to us the truth and the science to back it up. Thanks so much for your thoughtful perspective.

  9. I watch MSNBC and Dr Bhadelia’s medical knowledge has gotten my attention. Also, her calmness which is an exceptional trait in my opinion. Her braveness in working with Ebola patients puts her in a special category. She is one to watch!

  10. I believe we are extremely fortunate to have Nahid Bhadelia, MD as a contributor and educator on MSNBC. She understands her role in telling the story of COVID-19 and its effects on society. She is an asset to this country.

  11. Herbert T Owens Jr

    Thanks for all you do!!! I listen very intently to you!!! You are always so professional yet warm and personable!

    Thanks and stay healthy.

  12. Sincere thanks for your insightful and dedicated service. The work you do is vital to our species existence. Listening to your message is chilling and mind-bending. However, you deliver that package of dynamite with grace, empathy and clarity.

    I am humbled by your courage. You truly serve all of mankind in a superhero fashion. Wishing you safe passage in all you do.

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