Aruna Chandran, MD
Chief of Epidemiologic Services, Baltimore City Health Department
Center & Institute Affiliation(s):
615 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore , Maryland 21205
MD , Johns Hopkins University , 2000
MPH , Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health , 2004
I am currently serving as Chief of Epidemiologic Services in the Baltimore City Health Department. My areas of interest include program evaluation, traingulation of city-level databases and data systems strengthening, with topical interests in child injury/violence prevention and improved health surveillance.
child health, injury, violence, vaccines, pediatrics, epidemiology, baltimore city health department
Chandran A, Sousa TRV, Guo Y, Bishai D, Pechansky F, and the Vida no Transito Evaluation Team. “Road traffic deaths in Brazil: Rising trends in pedestrian and motorcycle occupant deaths.” Traffic Injury Prevention 2012 Mar; 13 Suppl 1: 11-16.
Hijar M, Chandran A, Pérez-Núñez R, Lunnen J, Rodríguez-Hernández JM, Hyder AA. “Quantifying the underestimated burden of road traffic mortality in Mexico: A comparison of three approaches. Traffic Injury Prevention 2012 Mar; 13 Suppl 1: 5-10.
F Pechansky and A Chandran. “Why Don’t Northern Hemisphere Solutions to Drunk Driving work in Southern America?” Addiction 2012 March; [Epub ahead of print].
HK Herbert, AC Lee, A Chandran, I Rudan, AH Baqui. “Care-seeking for neonatal illness in low and middle income countries: A systematic review.” PlosMedicine 2012 Mar; 9(3) [Epub ahead of print].
Fitzwater SP, Chandran A, Santosham M, Johnson H. “The worldwide impact of the seven-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine.” Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 2012 Feb; [Epub ahead of print].