Sangeeta Agarawal started her career as a software engineer working for companies including IBM, Motorola/Google. She developed the world's first mobile video technology at a startup later acquired by Skype. She then changed her career into integrative medicine by studying, practicing, and conducting research in eastern and western medicine. She spent the next decade as a researcher, oncology nurse and integrative medicine practitioner at institutions including the Mayo Clinic, Stanford Cancer Center, and UCSF Cancer Center.
Her groundbreaking research on the development of algorithms for clinical impact of integrative medicine was recognized by UCSF and NSF, and she received support from them to start Helpsy, the world's first Artificial intelligence nurse for holistic symptom management and navigation (San). She is a nationally recognized speaker and author, leads innovation initiatives at both SIO and ONS, and serves on the board of NCI PDQ for integrative medicine.