Suhas Gondi is a 2020 Zetema Fellow and a 2022 MD/MBA Candidate at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School. As a Zetema Project Fellow, his role is to learn from the Project’s Panelists, Contributors, and staff, contribute to Project research and writing, participate in Project meetings, and enhance the Project network.

Mr. Gondi is actively engaged in health policy research with Harvard faculty in several areas, including payment reform and health disparities. He is a Foster Scholar at the John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital and a co-director of Crimson Care Collaborative, a group of seven clinics throughout the Boston area run and staffed by students. 

Prior to enrolling in graduate school, Mr. Gondi completed internships at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Center for Health Policy at the Brookings Institution, the United States Senate, and a venture capital firm. 

Mr. Gondi earned a BA in Neuroscience with minors in Applied Microeconomics and Healthcare Management from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was a Civic Scholar at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement, a Florence Moog Fellow in the Biological Sciences, and a University Scholar in Medicine, and served as president of the University's emergency medical service.