Meet the team

The Evaluation Research Center’s team members are committed to providing high quality evaluation and research services to both affiliated partners and researchers within the Department of Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center (BMC).

The team consists of the following BMC personnel:


Tithi Baul, MPH

Tithi Baul is the Director of Evaluation Research in the Department of Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. She has Bachelor’s of Science in Physiology and Neuroscience from University of California, San Diego and a Master of Public Health in Biostatistics from Boston University. Tithi has been responsible for directing, planning, and identifying metrics and data sources needed to evaluate several clinical programs within the Department of Psychiatry. Her expertise includes both qualitative and quantitative research methods.

Tithi has also been dedicated to training the next generation of researchers and clinicians interested in mental health research. Since her time at BMC, Tithi has mentored several medical students, residents, fellows, graduate students, and research staff members in both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Outside of work, Tithi enjoys writing, spending time outdoors, and plein air watercolor painting.

Nandini Agarwal, MPH

Nandini Agarwal is a research data analyst in the Department of Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center. She is public health professional specializing in biostatistics and epidemiology with a focus in mental health and substance use research. She has experience in program design, planning, monitoring in evaluation in India and the United States, primarily providing mental health services for marginalized and underserved communities. As a data analyst at the Department of Psychiatry she assists in program evaluation, mixed method research and data management for ongoing projects/programs. When not working, she loves to read fiction, play basketball and pet dogs!

Our team also hosts Co-op, MPH practicum, and medical students!

Virginia Capellupo

Virginia is a research assistant at the Boston Outpatient Assisted Treatment (BOAT) program, a conjoint effort between Boston Medical Center and Boston Municipal Court. She is also a fourth-year co-op student at Northeastern University pursuing a B.S. in Criminal Justice and Psychology with a minor in Behavioral Neuroscience. At BOAT, Virginia specializes in mixed-methods research, as well as data and project management. Outside of her profession, she is devoting her time towards applying for a Psy.D. in Forensic Psychology, hoping to offer and reform mental health services in prisons—to treat those who may have been mistreated. She also loves to blast 60s-80s music, wander through cities, and stumble upon hidden locations. And to shop along the way, of course!

Dmitrii Krivorotko

Dmitrii Krivorotko is a Research Assistant in the Department of Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center. Dmitrii has a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from the University of Maine and is currently pursuing a degree in Masters of Public Health in Biostatistics and Global Health from Boston University. Dmitrii assists in mixed-method research with a focus on qualitative data analysis. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and riding a bike.