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Sindhu is originally from the Bay Area in California. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California Los Angeles. She worked for a year as a Research Associate at a biotech firm in southern California prior to completing her M.D. degree at St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies.  She completed her residency at Wright State University in Dayton, OH, where she received an award for the best teaching senior resident. After completion of her residency, Sindhu worked for a year as a hospitalist physician at Miami Valley Hospital before starting her Pulmonary/Critical Care fellowship at The Ohio State University in 2011.

Sindhu is board certified in Internal Medicine. Her current research interests include advance care planning in advance lung disease and palliative care in the ICU.

Sindhu currently lives in Dublin with her husband, Sen, and two year old daughter, Rasika. She is currently expecting her second child this summer. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, and gardening.  


Hiram is originally from Yabucoa, Puerto Rico. He completed his Bachelor in General Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico in 2003.  He completed medical school at the University of Puerto Rico Medical School. He finished his internal medicine training at the University Hospital in San Juan Puerto Rico. He became junior faculty for the Residency program from 2010-2011. He was also the Patho-physiology Course interim director for San Juan Bautista Medical School from 2010-2011. Hiram started his fellowship in Pulmonary/Critical Care at The Ohio State University in 2011.

Hiram is board certified in Internal Medicine. His current research interests include lung cancer, pulmonary rehabilitation and COPD.

Hiram currently lives in Hilliard, Ohio with girlfriend, Camille. His hobbies include reading and bike riding.