Ms. Divija Samria is a Research Analyst based in Bangalore, India.
At the One Health Trust, Ms. Samria provides research support to projects that explore how gender inequality and norms contribute to the spread of antimicrobial resistance. She is also involved in projects focusing on increasing health taxes in India, fiscal policy for non-communicable diseases, and developing randomized control trials (RCTs).
She is OHT’s Internship Coordinator. Additionally, Ms. Samria serves as a reviewer for Rapid Reviews/Infectious Diseases, an open-access journal by MIT Press and UC Berkeley.
Before joining the One Health Trust, she interned with divergent development players – private, international, non-governmental, and academic – with a primary focus on building experience and understanding in Development Economics.
Ms. Samria received a Master’s of Science in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), U.K. and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Mumbai, India.
Her interests include applied micro- and macroeconomics, government policy analysis, and quasi-experimental designs in causal inference.
Contact Divija: [email protected]