Dr. Piyusha Majumdar

Dr. Piyusha Majumdar

Assistant Professor

Dr. Piyusha Majumdar (Ph.D; M.Sc in Anthropology from Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi), is an alumnus of Miranda House college, Delhi University. She has qualified University Grants Commission’s National Eligibility Test Examination for university level lectureship. She has previously worked with The Inclen Trust International, Indian Council of Medical Research, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi and GfK India. She is a public health researcher specialized in Qualitative & Quantitative methodology and evaluation techniques. In last 12 years, she has been instrumental in Designing High-Quality Project Proposals for National and International clients and brilliantly implemented Multiple Research Projects in the area of Public Health, Child health & Nutrition, maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, Tobacco control and health communication. Some of the prestigious International projects were awarded by UNICEF, World Lung Foundation, Institute of Health Metrics & Evaluation, USA and International Union against TB & Lung Diseases. She was also associated with large-scale National surveys like Annual Health Survey, District Level Household and Health Facility Survey, National family Health Survey and Integrated Biological and Behavioral Surveillance Survey. She is also engaged in developing curriculum of “IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE” to teach Global Health Leaders about the Lessons Learned from Polio Eradication in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of Public Health (USA) She has plethora of publications for national and international journals. She is also an Editorial Board member for Academic Journal of Anthropological Studies


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