Saad Siddiqui, MD

Associate Scholar

  •  Fellow, Dept. of Family Medicine and Community Health | University of Pennsylvania
  •  Guatemala | Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
  •   Global Primary Care | Intimate Partner Violence Prevention | Maternal Child Health

Languages: English (Native), Spanish (advanced), Hindi (fluent), Urdu (fluent)

Bio statement

My interest in global health began as a child observing two worlds and the inequity between them. Born in India, I moved to inner city Cleveland and then suburban Wisconsin. I studied biochemistry & South Asian Studies at UW-Madison, completed medical school at Loyola Stritch in Chicago with honors in bioethics, and trained in family medicine at Northwestern with a certificate in global health. As the Global Health Fellow in Comprehensive Care in the Dept. of Family Medicine and Community Health, I will be working between Philly and Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala while completing an MPH at UPenn. 

Recent global health projects

Received a grant from the Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities to pilot a project to provide nature prescriptions to patients at residency-based FQHC

Medical School:
Helped develop a preliminary hospital violence intervention program framework for implementation at Loyola University Medical center

Last Updated: 06 October 2023