Governor Lamont nominates Indian-American Manisha Juthani as Public Health Commissioner of Connecticut

Indian-American physician Dr. Manisha Juthani was appointed to be the commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Health in the United States of America by Governor Ned Lamont.

Governor Lamont nominates Indian-American Manisha Juthani as Public Health Commissioner of Connecticut
Dr. Manisha Juthani is nominated as Public Health Commissioner during the press conference. Photo: Social Media

On 26th July 2021, Governor Ned Lamont has selected Indian-American physician Dr. Manisha Juthani to be the commissioner of the Connecticut, Department of Public Health in the United States of America.

Dr. Juthani is a physician who specializes in the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases at Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, where she focuses on the diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of infections in the elderly. Her most recent research focuses on the intersection of infectious illnesses and palliative care, including the function of antibiotics towards the end of life.