Sagri Negi holds a Masters degree in Public Health from the University of Nottingham, UK. At University of Nottingham, she researched on the comparative effects of water pipe and cigarettes on smokers. She currently works as a Research Fellow at PHFI on providing quality evidence for improving equity and cost-effectiveness of health systems. Before joining PHFI, Sagri worked as a Research Analyst at Amaltas where she was involved in evaluative assessments of projects in the field of public health capacity building and HIV.
She has worked as a coordinator, with the All India Institute of Medical Science and Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, on the ‘Save the Kidney’ initiative, which undertook a comparative study on hypertension and diabetes. She has also worked at WWF-India as a program officer where she was coordinating a Department of Science and Technology funded livelihoods program in 11 states of India. Sagri holds an undergraduate degree in marketing and has experience working in the corporate sector.
Areas of Interest:
HIV, evaluation, health economics, social determinants of health, equity