Simrann Kaur Sidhu, MPH
Public Health Specialist
Division of Clinical and Health Services Research
Simrann Sidhu is a public health specialist in the Division of Clinical and Health Services Research. She focuses on health disparities at community and population levels. Her research interests concentrate on the role the environment plays in contributing to illnesses, and the choices individuals or groups make to enhance health and prevent disease.
Simrann also investigates which health care delivery models are sustainable and efficient, particularly among adults with multiple chronic conditions as well as youth mental health disparities within minority populations. Her passions include applying epidemiological methods to study global health disparities.
Prior to joining NIMHD, she worked at the Los Angeles Department of Public Health as a public health specialist director. In addition, Simrann has participated in multiple NIH-wide committees and working groups addressing resilience, science of care coordination, and data analysis. She is the main point of contact for R13 inquiries and small business grants for her division.
Simrann Sidhu received her B.S. in health sciences from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2018. She graduated with honors in 2019 with her MPH in epidemiology from at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University.
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