2006-7 Masters in Public Health (Health Systems), Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, US.
2006 Diploma in Community Eye Health – Distinction. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
1999-2004 MB BChir. (Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery), Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
1999-2002 MA (Hons.) II:I Medical Science (Supplicated from BA 2006 Gonville and Caius. College, University of Cambridge
Dr. Prasanthi Attwood (nee Puvanachandra) is an Injury Epidemiologist at The George Institute, Oxford with 12 years experience in the field of injury prevention. Following completion of her medical degree at Cambridge University and a Masters in Public Health at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, she joined the Hopkins faculty in the International Injury Research Unit working in injury prevention with a focus on road traffic injuries and child injuries. She has authored several publications on injury prevention and has worked as a consultant for the WHO on the development of a variety of injury-related documents and reports.