Neeharika Munjal, BS

Neeharika graduated from Boston University with a health science/public health major and a business administration and management minor. At Boston University, she was part of the Healthcare Improvement Inc, Partners in Healthcare club, and Boston University India club.

She is very much involved in the Boston Indian Community.  She was an Ekal Youth Leader where she adopted 7 schools and gave lifetime education to 80 kids in a school which they named after her in Mathura, India. She also helped fundraise events and led the Ekal Appathon event with a few other youth leaders. She also was a part of Saheli and We Care Charity. Due to all her efforts in the Indian community, she has won several awards such as the Lokvani Magazine Rising Star of the Year award, Miss Bharat Woman Empowerment award, the Indian Medical Association of New England Presidential Recognition award, and recognition from Ekal Vidyalaya. She was also a part of the 2016 India New England 20 under 20 List. Recently, she has become a brand youth ambassador at the MyDream Entertainment Miss Bharat New England.

She started her own networking organization called the Young Indian Professions of New England. The goal of the group is to network, diversify, grow, and bond as young professionals and also stay connected with the Indian heritage and culture.

Professionally, she is a part of the Healthcare Businesswomen of America Boston Chapter association which is a global nonprofit organization comprised of individuals and organizations from across the healthcare industry committed to achieving gender parity in leadership positions, facilitating career and business connections, and providing effective practices that enable organizations to realize the full potential of their female talent. She is also part of their subgroup called the Tomorrow’s Executive group which is a young professional affinity group dedicated to the development of professionals with less than 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry.

For fun, she is a huge foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and cuisines. Also, she loves to travel to different parts of the world, spend time with my friends and family, watch Bollywood movies, shows, and music, go into the city or beach, cooking/baking, and going to the gym. 

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Noa Berlin, DVM, DACVECC

Dr. Berlin is a veterinarian specialized in Emergency & Critical Care Veterinary Medicine. She has a B.Sc. degree in Biology from Tel-Aviv University, and a Veterinary Medicine degree from the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Following an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at the Koret Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Dr. Berlin completed a residency in Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Her research interests include metabolic resuscitation, ischemia-reperfusion injury, and microcirculatory dysfunction in critical illness.

Franklin Li, BS

Frankie grew up in West Hartford, CT. He graduated from Boston University with a B.S. in Human Physiology. He was an intern with the group as an undergraduate and joined the team as a research assistant following graduation. He is excited to be a part of the team and work in emergency medicine.

Francesca Montillo, MM

About Francesca Montillo

Francesca Montillo is originally from Italy but has now been a Bostonian for almost 30 years now. She began her healthcare career working for the Department of Health and Human Services in 2000 and has experience in the private and governmental healthcare sectors. Francesca joined the Center for Resuscitation Science in 2010. As the Program Manager for the team, she manages all administrative responsibilities for the group and enjoys the variety of her role. In 2013, Francesca graduated with honors from Cambridge College School of Management with a Masters Degree in Healthcare Management. She also holds a Bachelors Degree from Suffolk University in Sociology. When not working at the hospital, Francesca can be found writing cookbooks and leading Italian cooking classes. You can see her blog at:  

Rahul Pawar, MD

Dr. Pawar completed his medical school from Seth GS Medical College in Mumbai, India and then moved to USA to begin his residency in Internal Medicine at University of Kansas Medical Center. He worked as a hospitalist in a medically underserved area near Nashville, TN. There, while working in an open ICU, he developed interest in the field of Critical Care. He joined BIDMC as a hospitalist and became a part of CRS as a research fellow to work in the field of cardiac arrest and sepsis.