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Prashanth Nuggehalli Srinivas

  • Dr.
  • Assistant Director (Research)
  • Institute of Public Health
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Recent publications

  • Improving access to medicines for non-communicable diseases in rural India: a mixed methods study protocol using quasi-experimental design

    • Prashanth N
    • Elias M
    • Pati M
    • et al.
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  • Public-Private Partnerships and Health Policies

    • Prashanth N
    • Prashanth NS

Professional experience

Assistant Director (Research)

Institute of Public Health

August 2016 - Present

Faculty & PhD Fellow

Institute of Public Health

May 2009 - July 2016(7 years)

PhD Fellow

Institute of Public Health

June 2009 - April 2015(6 years)

Coordinator (Health)

Karuna Trust

April 2005 - August 2007(2 years)

Medical Officer

Vivekananda Girijana Kalyana Kendra

March 2003 - May 2005(2 years)



UCL Faculty of Public Health

September 2011 - April 2015(4 years)

Masters in Public Health (Health Systems Management & Policy)

Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp

July 2007 - September 2008(a year)


Mysore Medical College

August 1997 - July 2003(6 years)

Genetics (Honours)

St. Josephs College of Arts and Science

August 1999 - August 2000(a year)


i am a medical doctor with an interest and specialisation in public health. for my phd, i studied health care organisation and management at the district level in a district of karnataka in south india. my research interests within public health are mainly in primary health care, district health management, health financing and eHealth. i started my career in an ngo providing health care in a tribal area in southern karnataka called br hills and have also worked in primary health centres in karnataka and arunachal pradesh. presently, my work with this ngo is mainly on operational research. most of my travels are to forests and my work at br hills has been the origin and the consequence of my passion for wildlife, especially birds, stemming from a larger interest in natural history and biology itself. i try to keep this alive by birdwatching, reading and writing about this. i am an editor on wikipedia and strongly believe that it has contributed significantly to narrowing the gap between the expert and the amatuer. information and health suffer from similar inequities, and perhaps information equity will be achieved far earlier than for health, and one day, the only barrier to the sum of all human knowledge will be apathy.


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