Nisha Pradhan graduated summa cum laude in cursu honorum from Rosemont College in 2016 with a B.A. in Biology and minors in Business and Biochemistry. She is a leader in the advocacy world of anosmia, where she is invested in human-centered research solutions, in engaging patients to become drivers in their care through independence and knowledge, and in the need to devise better screening guidelines for olfactory dysfunction. Her work has been featured at Stanford Medicine X and in NPR Health. As editor-in-chief of Anosmic Chef, a blog dedicated to the intersection of anosmia and food, Nisha is convinced that the interdisciplinary marriage of neurogastronomy and of anosmia will improve the quality of life for patients with olfactory dysfunction.