Undergrad: SUNY Binghamton (Anthropology)
Graduate: University of Pennsylvania (Anthropology)
Medical School: New York University School of Medicine
Residency: Massachusetts General/Brigham & Women's Hospital
Dr. Radhika Sundararajan is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at UC San Diego. She received undergraduate and graduate degrees in Anthropology from SUNY Binghamton and the University of Pennsylvania, respectively. She earned an MD from New York University School of Medicine and completed her residency training at the Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program. During residency she served as PI on studies investigating social and structural barriers to malaria control in endemic regions (India and Uganda). She is currently involved in qualitative research projects that identify barriers to healthcare in low-resource settings. Her research interests also include qualitative methodology, global health, health-care seeking behavior, and the intersection of Western and "traditional" medicine. Dr. Sundararajan has an adjunct appointment in the UC-San Diego Division of Global Pubic Health and is Director of the UCSD School of Medicine Global Health Academic Concentration (meded.ucsd.edu/index.cfm/asa/ghac). Outside of the Emergency Department, she enjoys spending time with her husband, son and golden retriever. Publications
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