Vineeta Agrawal Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Children, Family, Biography & More

Vineeta Agrawal is an Indian-American physician. She is famous for being the wife of ‘Parag Agrawal’ the CEO of Twitter. At Stanford School of Medicine, California, she works in the position of clinical professor in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health department. In a private American venture Andreessen Horowitz, she is an associated member.

Wiki/Biography

Vineeta Agrawal studied BS in biophysics from Stanford University, and later, she earned MD and PhD degrees from Harvard Medical School/MIT. [1]

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 3″

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Family

Parents & Siblings

Her parents’ names are not known.

Husband & Children

She got married to Parag Agrawal in 2016.

A marriage picture of Vineeta Agrawal and Parag Agrawal

The couple has a son named Ansh.

Vineeta Agrawal with her husband Parag Agrawal and Son Ansh

Relationships/Affairs

She was in a relationship with Parag Agrawal before getting married to him in 2016. They were dating each other for a long time and got engaged in 2015. Parag Agrawal proposed Vineeta Agrawal at Wagner Cove located in Central Park, New York in 2015. On 21 October 2017, Parag posted a picture, on their anniversary, in which he was proposing to her on his social media account with a caption,

She said Yes.”

A post shared by Parag Agrawal on his Twitter account while proposing his wife Vineeta Agrawal

Career

Vineeta Agrawal is highly experienced in the study of the genetic basis of common diseases. She is the manager at Andreessen Horowitz to keep control of the therapeutics, diagnostics, and digital health of the bio funds of the firm. At this position, she also manages the companies which are using leverages of datasets for improving patient care and drugs delivery. In 2007, she started working as a computational researcher at Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in New York, US. In 2008, Vineeta Agrawal also worked as an early data scientist at a Boston based health tech startup named Kyruus which is a client of McKinsey & Co. In 2012, she started working as the venture investor of the Google Ventures Life Sciences group.  She also served the position of management consultant at Kyruus in Biotech, Pharmaceutical and medical devices branches.  In 2021, she served Bighat Biosciences as its board member.

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