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Taru Sinha, MD
Assistant Professor


Dr. Sinha is currently Director of The Women’s Health curriculum at CentraState Family Medicine Residency Program, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, Rutgers-RWJMS, New Brunswick.

She graduated from Delhi University in 1992 – Lady Hardinge Medical School - and subsequently completed her Family Medicine Residency Program at the JFK-UMDNJ program in Edison. She received the Faculty Award upon graduation and went on to join the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee as Assistant Professor, teaching faculty at the Racine Family Medicine Residency Program. Her area of interest has been Women’s Health, and she completed a Faculty Development Fellowship in 2000, with research in organizational change in medicine.

Four years and 2 kids later, she moved back to the east coast, as Associate Director at the Mountainside Family Medicine Residency Program. She was also Acting Program Director there prior to joining CentraState when they were starting the program in 2005.

She has also been Medical Director of Planned Parenthood, Racine, and been involved with student health as well as working with women inmates.

Currently, she is a part of the HIB (Harassment/intimidation/bullying) Task Force at the Princeton School District and has served on the Board of Friends of Princeton Charter School.