Mr. Tanishk Gambhir | Heart Failure | Best Researcher Award
2nd Year Medical Student, University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine, United States
Tanishk Gambhir is a dedicated and accomplished individual currently pursuing a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree at the John Sealy School of Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), with an anticipated graduation year of 2026. 🎓 He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Texas A&M International University in 2020, graduating Magna Cum Laude with an impressive GPA of 3.81 out of 4.0. 🏅 Tanishk’s commitment to academic excellence and passion for healthcare is further evident in his involvement with the UTMB School of Medicine, where he is engaged in various departments such as Population Health Disparities, the School of Public Health, Division of Geriatrics, and the Department of Internal Medicine. 💼 With a solid academic foundation and a focus on public health and geriatrics, Tanishk Gambhir is poised to make significant contributions to the field of medicine in the future. 👨⚕️
Tanishk Gambhir is a current M.D. Candidate at the John Sealy School of Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), expecting to graduate in 2026. 🎓 Prior to pursuing his medical degree, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Texas A&M International University in 2020. Tanishk distinguished himself academically, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a notable GPA of 3.81 out of 4.0. 🏅 His dedication to excellence is further demonstrated by his involvement in various departments at UTMB, including Population Health Disparities, the School of Public Health, Division of Geriatrics, and the Department of Internal Medicine. 💼 This multidisciplinary engagement reflects his commitment to a holistic approach to healthcare. With a solid academic foundation and a focus on public health, Tanishk Gambhir is on a trajectory to contribute significantly to the medical field upon completion of his M.D. program. 👨⚕️
Tanishk Gambhir has actively contributed to the field of medicine through published research and case reports. 📚 His work includes the research paper titled “Cardiovascular Disease, Depressive Symptoms, and Heart Failure in Mexican American Aged 75 Years and Older During 12 Years of Follow-up.” 🩺 This publication reflects his engagement with the John Sealy School of Medicine at UTMB, specifically within the Department of Population Health Disparities, School of Public Health, Division of Geriatrics, and the Department of Internal Medicine.
In addition to research, Tanishk has demonstrated his clinical acumen through a case report titled “A Case Of Pseudomonas Oleovorans And Streptococcus Pneumonia Meningoencephalitis, Ventriculitis And Cerebritis In A Diabetic Patient.” 💉 This case report, conducted at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio within the Department of Internal Medicine, highlights his expertise in diagnosing and managing complex medical conditions. Tanishk Gambhir’s research and clinical contributions showcase his dedication to advancing medical knowledge and providing quality patient care. 👨⚕️
Honors and Activites
Tanishk Gambhir actively engages in various extracurricular activities, showcasing his commitment to personal and professional development. As a Member of the Alliance in Internal Medicine since June 2022, he has delved into the fundamentals of Internal Medicine, gaining insights into the intricacies of this medical specialty. 🌡️
In his role as a Mentor for the First in Family Club, Tanishk provides invaluable guidance to fellow medical students, helping them navigate the challenges of the early stages of medical school. 🤝 This experience has deepened his understanding of the significance of being a first-generation medical student, fostering a supportive community within the academic environment.
Additionally, serving as the Treasurer for the South Asian Medical Student Association from June 2022 to February 2023, Tanishk contributed to fundraising efforts. 💰 These funds were utilized to organize social events and educational initiatives, promoting awareness and understanding of South Asian culture within the medical community. Tanishk’s involvement in these roles reflects his dedication to holistic medical education and community engagement. 👨⚕️
The collaborative research by Tanishk Gambhir and S. Al Snih explores the intricate interplay between cardiovascular disease, depressive symptoms, and heart failure among Mexican Americans aged 75 years and older during a 12-year follow-up. 🧠🫀 Published in the Journal of Affective Disorders Reports in 2024, the study delves into the intersection of physical and mental health within this specific demographic. 📊 By unraveling the long-term implications of these factors, the research aims to enhance our understanding of holistic healthcare approaches for older Mexican Americans, contributing valuable insights to the field of geriatrics and public health. 👴🏽👵🏽
Authors: T. Gambhir, S. Al Snih
Journal: Journal of Affective Disorders Reports