Dr. Julie Rajaratnam
Director of Monitoring and Evaluation and the Office of Scientific Affairs
Julie Rajaratnam, PhD, has over ten years of experience in global health research. She is currently the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation and the Office of Scientific Affairs at PATH. She is also a Clinical Assistant Professor in Global Health at University of Washington, Department of Global Health. Julie has worked on a number of evaluation projects including post-invasion mortality in Iraq, the impact of human resource task-shifting on child mortality in Uganda, the Gavi Full Country Evaluation, and the impact of a randomized community-based program to improve maternal and neonatal care seeking behavior and health outcomes in Uttar Pradesh, India. While on faculty at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), she led a comprehensive analysis of over 500 household surveys to estimate child and adult mortality trends for 189 countries for the Global Burden of Disease 2010. She earned a PhD in population studies from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, and a BA in biology from Macalester College in Minnesota.
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