Tarun Ramesh graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Georgia with majors in Economics and Genetics. He is interested in health policy, health economics, and clinical addiction medicine, and his work has been published by the Center for American Progress, the Roosevelt Institute, the University of Georgia Journal of Economics, and the Undergraduate Economics Review. He has worked at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Drug Policy Alliance, the Archway Partnership, and various local political campaigns. He is a Stamps Scholar, Foundation Fellow, Newman Civic Fellow, and in Phi Beta Kappa. Tarun is pursuing his medical degree (MD) from Harvard Medical School.