Roshan is currently an MPH student at the University of Washington under the Fulbright exchange program from Nepal. He was the primary physician and medical superintendent of a district hospital, Jiri Hospital, in rural Nepal for more than 3 years before leaving for the University of Washington. A major part of his clinical responsibility was related to the health care of pregnant women and children varying from routine ante natal care, surgical intervention to post-natal care and national vaccination programs.
Roshan is a medical volunteer for the non-profit, Headwaters Relief, and has participated in various medical campaigns with Afghan and Syrian refugees in the European refugee crisis. Roshan has also volunteered in medical reliefs after natural disasters in Puerto Rico, and he continuously works in orphanages in Haiti.
After the MPH program, Roshan plans to continue his clinical work in resource limited settings, having a better perspective of global health.