‘To drive change in healthcare you need to start with high-quality, evidence-based information that is easily accessible to everyone. I am motivated to be a part of a team that provides this knowledge and empowers others to take the necessary steps in improving care delivery for patients.’
Pooja joined The Health Policy Partnership in March 2020 as a Researcher. She is currently working on projects in cardiovascular disease and bone health.
Before joining HPP, Pooja has worked clinically as a physiotherapist, gaining front-line perspectives on health issues in both the public and private sectors.
She has completed research and clinical study in the area of cardiovascular health and performance in chronic disease models. She has also authored peer-reviewed publications.
Pooja holds a Doctorate degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne. She also holds an MSc in Physiology and Biophysics, and a BSc (Double Major in Biology and Psychology) from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia.