Experience

In my current role, I work with Prof. Satchit Balsari, Prof. Caroline Buckee, and Dr. Andrew Schroeder on:

  1. Assessing the analytical and translational readiness of data streams, and building data pipelines for equitable and crisis planning and response, in the context of COVID-19 and the California Wildfires (through CrisisReady)
  2. Researching the development and implementation of a patient-centric, provider-friendly, API-enabled health exchange ecosystem in India (through the India Digital Health Net).
  3. Analyzing epidemiological and population-level data to assess the public health burden of war and disaster in the context of the floods in Kerala, India, and the Syrian Crisis

  4. My past work includes researching the health needs of displaced Rohingya populations in Bangladesh, designing mHealth tools for chronic disease management in Mexico, and implementing community-based nutrition interventions for maternal and child health in South Asia and Latin America.

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    CrisisReady

    Data Readiness, Methods Readiness, and Translational Readiness, for equitable and transparent crisis planning and response.

    COVID-19 Mobility Data Network

    A network of infectious disease epidemiologists at universities around the world working with technology companies to use aggregated mobility data to support the COVID-19 response

    The Kerala Flood Impact Ascertainment Study

    Evaluating the impact of the 2018 Kerala floods in partnership with the Govt. of Kerala, and the All India Disaster Mitigation Insitute

    Distress Migration- The Rohingya

    A rapid assessment household survey of Rohingya and host families in Cox’s Bazar

    India Digital Health Net

    A Harvard-wide research and policy collaborative focused on the development of a patient-centric, provider-friendly, API-enabled health exchange ecosystem.

    Syria- Health in Conflict

    Documenting the impact of the Syrian war on population morbidity and mortality, as part of the Lancet Commission on Syria