Dr. Anand was born in a town called Kothamangalam, in the state of Kerala, India, but spent most of his life moving. At age 3, his family moved to a mountainous region in Saudi Arabia. At age 6, they moved to the United States. After six years in New York City, his family moved to Gallup, N.M., a small town on the Navajo Reservation. After high school, he moved to Socorro, N.M., for his undergrad studies at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. Dr. Anand earned his medical degree (MBBS) from SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre in Chennai, India. Along with Drs. Kwan Lee, Justin Lee and Sridhar Reddy, Dr. Anand was part of a meta-analysis project that compiled data from U.S. health registries over 25 years and analyzed the differences in baseline characteristics, treatment, and clinical outcomes of Hispanic and non-Hispanic white patients who presented with acute myocardial infarction. He presented this research at the 2016 American College of Cardiology Conference in Chicago. He was part of the Doctor's Dilemma team from the UA College of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program –South Campus for the past two years, winning the state competition in 2015 and competing at the national event in Washington, DC, at the 2016 American College of Physicians Internal Medicine Meeting. When he is not working, Dr. Anand has several hobbies including chess, photography, guitar, travel, reading, and health and fitness.
Senthil Anand, MBBS
- Clinical Instructor, (Clinical Series Track)
- MBBS: SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Chennai, India, 2012
Honors and Awards
- University of Arizona College of Medicine, Internal Medicine, Chief Resident 2017-2018
- University of Arizona College of Medicine, Internal Medicine, 2014-2017