Seiji Takahashi, MA

Global Health Curriculum Development Officer

Seiji Takahashi joined the UGHE team in July 2016 as a Global Health Corps (GHC) fellow. Mr. Takahashi is from Orange County, California. He completed his A Levels in England, and attended Earlham College in Indiana, where he studied sociology/anthropology and biology, co-convened Earlham’s Students for a Free Tibet chapter, and co-organized a disaster relief trip following Superstorm Sandy. Mr. Takahashi studied abroad in Dharamsala, India, where he volunteered with the Kunphen Center for Substance Abuse and with the Gu Chu Sum Movement of Tibet. He has worked in the Bakken oilfields of North Dakota; as a research/teaching assistant; and as an intern with Wellbody Alliance and Partners In Health, organizations that continue to provide Ebola response and health systems strengthening in Sierra Leone.  Before joining GHC, Mr. Takahashi received an MA in medical anthropology and global health at Case Western Reserve University.