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Dr Sanjula Singh

Dr Sanjula Singh

Sanjula Dhillon Singh

Dr. Sanjula Dhillon Singh commenced with her DPhil in Population Health in May 2022, with Professor Sarah Lewington as her main supervisor. Her DPhil is financially supported by the Nuffield Department of Population Health. 

Prior to commencing her DPhil studies, Sanjula graduated from an MD-PhD programme at the University of Utrecht/University Medical Center Utrecht, with her second promotor from Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital. Sanjula spent 6 months conducting full-time research at Massachusetts General Hospital in 2018. She also read for the MSc in Global Health Science and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford between 2020 and 2021. 

Next to her DPhil studies, Sanjula has initiated a podcast which aims to translate complex data and high-quality scientific research on (population) health into layman terms. The first season of this podcast which will be available on Spotify from September 2022. 

Sanjula aims to combine her medical knowledge, academic research experiences and epidemiological background to contribute to improving population’s health worldwide.