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Ranjani Paradise, PhD
Ranjani Paradise is a Research and Evaluation Scientist at the Institute for Community Health. Since joining ICH in 2012, Ranjani has worked on projects in diverse topic areas including health disparities, language access, HIV, physical activity and nutrition, healthy parenting, consumer advocacy, and community health assessment. Much of Ranjani’s work has been focused on healthcare delivery systems, and she has worked with clients in healthcare organizations to support health disparities and language services quality improvement projects, as well as evaluation of delivery system transformation initiatives. She has also worked with community health centers across the state of Massachusetts to evaluate the impact of operational and technological solutions aiming to improve access to and delivery of high-quality, cost-effective care. Prior to coming to ICH, Ranjani worked in the field of cancer research at MIT. She also volunteered with the Shape Up Somerville program to plan and evaluate the first Somerville winter farmers’ market, and with the Cambridge Public Health Department to assess options for introducing healthy food options into local corner stores.
Ranjani holds a BSE in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University and a PhD in Biological Engineering from MIT.
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