BRAIN Foundation Leadership Team
Pramila Srinivasan, PhD
President and Board Member
Pramila Srinivasan is President and Board Member of BRAIN Foundation. She is responsible for its day-to-day operations, overseeing its participants and volunteers on a daily basis. She is also an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry and supporter of medical research. Ms. Srinivasan holds a Ph.D. from Purdue University. She founded MedicalMine Inc. in 2007 which is now a leading Electronic Health Records company. This foundation is motivated by her desire to catalyze medical research that could help lead to FDA-approved therapies for comorbidities affecting those with mental health and developmental disorders.
Co-founder and Board Member
Vice President and Board Member
BRAIN Foundation Team Members
Priya Rangarajan, Ph.D
Priya Rangarajan is the in-house Scientist at the Brain Foundation. She is on the Synchrony Symposium’s planning committee and oversees the CME track. Dr. Rangarajan is passionate about understanding the scientific underpinnings of autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders and works to translate scientific advances to clinical trials through the Brain Foundation. Dr. Rangarajan is also an active advocate in her community. She previously held a postdoctoral fellowship at Boston University and holds a Ph.D. from the Miller School of Medicine, Univ. of Miami, in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Marketing & Social Media Outreach
Team member responsible for promoting and strengthening BRAIN Foundation presence and outreach across online platforms, including planning and implementing foundations’s social media strategy. Passionate about health, nutrition and life sciences.
Director of Development
Development and Outreach
Heer Nanda is a Freshman at UC Berkeley intending to double major in Molecular and Cell Biology (College of Letters and Sciences) + Business Administration (Haas School of Business). Throughout her high school career, she found her passion in medicine, entrepreneurship, and dance. She’s an active healthcare member of her community as she currently volunteers at hospitals, COVID-19 testing centers, hospices, and blood banks. Overall, she aspires to become a doctor to help improve the health of individuals and the community around her.