Global Health Member Directory

Maggie Coffin, MA

Maggie coordinates the Global Health Pathway programs. Her role is to facilitate the program application process, coordinate global health courses, and evaluate program impact. She also coordinates UCSF's Complex Humanitarian Emergency Training. Maggie holds an MA in International and Comparative Education from Stanford University.

Madhavi Dandu, MD

Madhavi Dandu is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Comparative Literature and medical degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She completed her residency training in the Categorical Medicine Program at UCSF in 2003. Afterwards, Dr. Dandu attended the University of California, Berkeley and received a Masters in Public Health with a focus on international health and health and human rights. Prior to returning to UCSF, Dr. Dandu spent two years back at the University of Michigan with the Department of Medicine in the hospitalist group providing inpatient clinical care to patients and teaching residents and medical students. At UCSF, Dr. Dandu spends time on the inpatient medicine wards and neurosurgical consult services supervising and teaching medical students and residents. Her main nonclinical areas of focus are in global health education, curriculum development, and mentorship.

V. Mylo Schaaf, MD MPH DTMH

Pathways Explore Global Health Advisor, UCSF
Internist, Marin Community Clinic
Vice Chairperson, Board of Directors, Bay Area Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
Medical Coordinator, Puentes de Amistad

Mylo Schaaf is currently serving as a global health advisor to help UCSF students who are not currently committed to the Global Health Pathway. She assists students in finding international clinical and research opportunities, as well as advising them on health and safety issues.