Ph.D. ( Public Health)- University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
MPH (Epidemiology)- Manipal University, Karnataka, India
MSC Med( prelims)- Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University, Karnataka, India
Uday has implemented various public health programs and conducted research in Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Australia. He has experience working with development partners such as USAID, UNAIDS and IOM. Currently, Uday holds a position of Research Fellow ( Implementation Science) at National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University.
Uday’s research has two major strands: assessing health problems and implementing co-designed solutions to address those problems. He is particularly interested in a multidisciplinary research collaboration that can comprehensively address the multifaceted needs of the people. His research interests include:
1. Prevention and management of chronic disease via community and primary care approaches
2. Co-design and Implementation science
3. Addressing health inequality, including interventions to improve the health status of disadvantaged groups, including older adults, and
4. Evidence based policy, advocacy and practice.
2021 David L. Sackett Fellowship from the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, UK
2021 National Health Research Award from the Government of Nepal
2021 -Australian Government ‘Distinguished Talent’ Award for exceptional academic and research performances.
2018 International Postgraduate Scholarship from UNSW
Non-communicable disease, Implementation Science and Co-design, Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Health, Global Health, Primary Health Care, Aged Health Care, Mixed method approach, Evidence Synthesis, Health Policy