Rajshree Pandey, PhD, MPH
Rajshree Pandey joined ICER in 2019 as Research Lead- Evidence Synthesis. She has a strong background in research methods including data collection, modelling and review methodologies.
Prior to coming to ICER, her research focused on questions related to women’s health and population health. She has authored several peer-reviewed publications. Rajshree has a deep interest in addressing health inequities and both at University of Delhi (India) and University of Massachusetts Amherst (USA), she worked on a range of projects focused on lifestyle patterns and health inequity. In India, she helped develop a certified fitness trainer program for University of Delhi and taught a range of undergraduate courses. In the US, she has been actively involved with Western Mass Health and Equity Network and Massachusetts Public Health Association. During the MPH program, she completed a real-world evidence project with Shriner’s Hospital for Children and as part of a separate project, worked in partnership with local food pantries and community colleges on the issue of food insecurity.
Rajshree has a PhD in Health Sciences and a Masters in Physical Education and Sports Science from University of Delhi (India) as well as a Masters in Public Health (Epidemiology) from University of Massachusetts Amherst (USA).