Dr. Bhasin is the founding director of a statistical consulting firm registered and based out of London, UK. She with her firm takes pride in providing academic and research centric solutions ranging from statistical and writing consulting, to technical endorsement with quantitative and qualitative analyses especially in social and health sciences. She is a social epidemiologist whose work focuses extensively on psychosocial and biological determinants of health outcomes. Her research has been oriented towards understanding social inequalities in health related to socioeconomic status, different racial and ethnic groups, and maternal-child health along with understanding chronic burden as an outcome of these mechanisms. Majority of her work is devoted to constructing a model based on life course conceptual framework for chronic diseases and suggesting evaluation of health outcomes systematically in child health through maternal parameters. She believes in through understanding of the most vulnerable phases in women’s life cycle-menarche, pregnancy and senescence of reproductive phase for assessing maternal-child health outcomes. Dr. Bhasin received her PhD from University of Delhi in India, and her MPH from Kings College London, UK.
Life-course theory, determinants of health, maternal-child dyad, chronic diseases, marginalized populations, women's health.