Drs. Nupur Kohli is a Medical Doctor from the Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam. She is also a Renowned Speaker, Author and Stress and Productivity Consultant.

She also studied medical entrepreneurship at the University of Utrecht and the Fundamentals of Business from Harvard Business School, USA. She is the author of the book “Chill, How to survive stress and improve personal and professional productivity. Symptoms and solutions to chronic pressure” under publication in the USA.

Her research work entitled “Vitamin D status partly explains ethnic differences in blood pressure: the ‘Surinamese in the Netherlands: study on ethnicity and health’” is well recognized in the scientific community and published in the Journal of Hypertension 2012 (Official Journal of International Society of Hypertension and European Society of Hypertension).

She was the youngest Secretary and Vice-President of International Federation of Medical Students' Associations at AMC, the most prominent international medical students organization in over 90 countries word-wide.

She is a renowned versatile public speaker and a regular speaker at international forums where she has earned a reputation of a prominent woman speaker to inspire, educate, motivate and provide solutions to people’s problems and she does that with a lot of enthusiasm. In the year 2012 she spoke on the TED platform winning the TEDx Award in Delft, the Netherlands.

Drs. Nupur Kohli appeared on several radio shows in the Netherlands and appeared on national television to discuss issues relevant to the well-being in our societies. Her articles and interviews appeared in several European magazines, such as Global Health Magazine and Cosmopolitan magazine. Her interviews also appeared in newspapers in Asia. She is the founder of a youth foundation in Europe and is in the board of several NGOs. Helping people with both medical and non-medical means is her passion benefitting numerous people worldwide.


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