Rajan Sharma did his PhD from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. His subject of interest and work areas include public health and health economics. His PhD thesis was aimed at demonstrating the value of real-world data to address methodological challenges related to screening programs, using Australia’s universal newborn hearing screening program (UNHS) as a case study.
He is currently working as a Post-doctoral research fellow at Macquarie University. His research work focuses on health technology assessment of medical devices or pharmaceutical drugs and economic evaluations related to childhood hearing screening.
He has authored/c-authored around ten peer review manuscripts and has presented his research findings in various conferences and seminars.