Dr. Anwar, MPH, MBBS has been with Indiana Rural Health Association as the Epidemiologist for three years. Her work has involved grant evaluations, project management, and grant writing. She is currently working as the program director for Indiana Rural Opioid Consortium, which is a grant-funded program under Health Resources and Services Administration for combating the epidemic of opioid overdose deaths and morbidity in rural Indiana. She is also the lead evaluator for three different federally funded programs. She serves on the board of Indiana Immunization Coalition. She has Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MB; BS) from King Edward Medical University, Pakistan and Masters in Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in Epidemiology from Indiana University (IUPUI).
Her research interests include health disparities, mental health, and opioid addiction and vaccine-preventable diseases.