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Associate Director, Digital Health Products, Harvard Health Publishing
Urmila Parlikar is a Associate Director, Digital Health Products at Harvard Health Publishing. She first joined Harvard as a staff writer in 1998. She wrote articles for the Harvard Health newsletters, revised and updated Special Health Reports including Stroke and The Aging Eye, and served as the editor of the Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide Online. More recently, Urmila has worked closely with Dr. Anthony Komaroff on the Ask Doctor K newspaper column. She also develops patient education materials for other HHP projects. She was also Managing Editor at HealthGate Data Corporation where she supervised the creation and updating of online patient education resources. Urmila began her career in the Office of Public Affairs at The Rockefeller University in New York City after earning a master’s degree in science journalism at Boston University.
Posts by Urmila Parlikar
Tight blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes linked to fewer heart attacks and strokes
Surgery still trumps “antibiotics first” approach to appendicitis
No “best” treatment for common uterine fibroids