Meera is a current second year oncology fellow at UCSF. Her primary passion is in developing methods to mitigate financial toxicity in cancer care with a focus on workflows and resources delivery systems can employ. She also studies the impact of safety net programs on outcomes in uninsured and underinsured cancer patients using population-level cancer registry data. She has a background in operations research, policy evaluation, and cost-effectiveness analysis, and hopes to dedicate her career to applying these techniques to develop and improve models of high value, equitable care delivery within oncology. Meera received her MD degree from Stanford University and stayed at Stanford to complete her training in Internal Medicine. She also holds a Master’s in Public Health with a focus in health policy from the Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health.