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From: Navya Krishna newkrishna37@gmail.com Subject: Re: Independent Research Advisor Date: December 6, 2018 at 1:33 PM To: Foster, Elyse Elyse.Foster@ucsf.edu

Re: Independent Research Advisor Date: December 6, 2018 at 1:33 PM To: Foster, Elyse Elyse.Foster@ucsf.edu

Dear Dr. Foster:

Thank you so much for this opportunity, I look forward to working with you this academic school year. Thank you for your suggestion, I will definitely look at the NY Times.

Sincerely,

Navya Krishna

On Dec 6, 2018, at 12:44 PM, Foster, Elyse <Elyse.Foster@ucsf.edu> wrote:

I spoke with your teacher and it sounds like something I will be able to take on. Let me know if you need anything else at this point. I suggest That you search the NY times as there has been a lot written on maternal mortality in the past year.

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ELYSE FOSTER, M.D.,

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine Department of Medicine

Division of Cardiology

University of California, San Francisco 415-353-8687 Fax 505 Parnassus Ave., M314A e-mail: foster@medicine.ucsf.edu

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From: Navya Krishna <newkrishna37@gmail.com> Date: Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 8:44 AM To: "Dr. Elyse Foster" <elyse.foster@ucsf.edu> Subject: Re: Independent Research Advisor

Dear Dr. Foster:

Thank you so much for speaking with me - I learned a lot from you. My teacher's, Ms. Mary Jane Sasser, email is msasser@hcpss.org (her alternate email is Mary_Sasser@hcpss.org), and her phone number is (443) 854-2974. Thank you again, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Navya Krishna

On Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 10:57 AM Navya Krishna <newkrishna37@gmail.com> wrote:

Dear Dr. Foster:

Thank you, that’s great. Same to you.

Sincerely,

Navya Krishna

On Dec 1, 2018, at 10:45 AM, Foster, Elyse <Elyse.Foster@ucsf.edu> wrote:

Yes tomorrow would work. 8 am pacific time

415-699-4238

Look forward to speaking with you

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On Dec 1, 2018, at 7:16 AM, Navya Krishna <newkrishna37@gmail.com> wrote:

Sincerely,

Navya Krishna

On Nov 27, 2018, at 12:03 PM, Foster, Elyse <Elyse.Foster@ucsf.edu> wrote:

Dear Dr. Foster:

Does some time tomorrow work for an interview? Thank you for this opportunity, I look forward to speaking with you.

I would be happy for you to interview me. When we talk you can let me know what

mentorship entails and I can determine whether it will be possible for me to be your advisor. Give me some dates and times for the phone call.

I am excited that you are looking into this area. Maternal mortality in the US is much higher than other developed countries; this effort reduced it in California.

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ELYSE FOSTER, M.D.,

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine Department of Medicine

Division of Cardiology

University of California, San Francisco

415-353-9156

415-353-8687 Fax 505 Parnassus Ave., M314A e-mail: foster@medicine.ucsf.edu San Francisco, CA 94143-0214

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From: Navya Krishna <newkrishna37@gmail.com> Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 5:49 AM To: "Dr. Elyse Foster" <elyse.foster@ucsf.edu>, "msasser@hcpss.org" <msasser@hcpss.org> Subject: Re: Independent Research Advisor

Dr. Elyse Foster:

I would just like to follow up on my previous email. If you would like any other information, please let me know, and I would be happy to tell you more. Even if you do not think that you are able to be my advisor, I would still be interested in interviewing you soon. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Navya Krishna

On Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 8:54 AM Navya Krishna <newkrishna37@gmail.com> wrote:

Dear Dr. Elyse Foster:

My name is Navya Krishna and I am a junior at River Hill High School in Howard County, Maryland, where I am enrolled in the Gifted and Talented Independent Research Program. My research topic for this academic school year is cardiac events during pregnancy. Throughout this year, I hope to develop a more specific research question within this topic. I also aim to educate myself further in this area. By the end of the academic school year, I hope to have generated an annotated bibliography and research paper, and developed a product that will create some new knowledge, solve a real problem, and be presented to an interested, authentic audience. As part of the research of the process, I have examined a variety of scholarly articles to find a research topic. Due to my area of interest, a doctor recently recommended that I look at into the Improving Health Care Response to Cardiovascular Disease in Pregnancy and Postpartum Toolkit from the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative in 2017. After reading the first part of the Toolkit, Cardiovascular Disease Assessment in Pregnant and Postpartum Women, I became interested in your work and its relevance to my area of interest The

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real-world application of this topic is very beneficial for my research, which will be metacritical. I especially liked the chart in the article, as it is easy to follow and to use. In the article, you mention an X-ray and a drug screen as some of the tests that can be performed, but are there limitations with those tests specifically, considering the health of the fetus? Also, I have read that nearly 90% of pregnant women develop a heart

murmur, which is listed as a Red Flag in the article, so how critical is it? I would love to pick your brain, on the article and the Toolkit, as well as on my research topic. Because your work is so relevant to my research topic, I was wondering if you could assist me on my research this year. I am currently looking for someone to guide me, and I could use an expert like you. If you have the time and are interested, I would like to interview you and would appreciate any resources you could refer me to. Any feedback you could give me to help direct my research or improve any of my upcoming assignments, such as my paper, would be very helpful. I have attached an overview of the course with information on its timeline. I am available by email, phone, text, or whatever method of communication is most convenient for you. If you prefer to contact my teacher, her email is msasser@hcpss.org

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Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you

soon.

Sincerely,

Navya Krishna

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