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Guneet K. Jasuja, PhD – Career Development Awardee

Guneet K. Jasuja, PhD Guneet K. Jasuja, PhD
Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital
Bedford, MA 

Guneet K. Jasuja, MPH, PhD, is an investigator at the Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research (CHOIR), a VISN 1 Career Development Awardee, and a Research Assistant Professor at the Boston University School of Public Health. Her expertise and experience includes epidemiological research particularly as it relates both to modifiable behavioral outcomes as well as to endogenous hormones and their relation to adverse health outcomes in males. Dr. Jasuja's research activities have provided her with a broad exposure to behavioral health, community-based interventional research, and quantitative analyses. Dr. Jasuja did her post-doctoral work at the Framingham Heart Study (FHS) where she evaluated the epidemiology of aging-related phenotypes including physical function, mental behaviors, and metabolic disorders with a focus on endogenous sex hormones in males. At CHOIR, she has sought to apply these skills in epidemiology and quantitative analysis of sex steroids to health services research. She was awarded a VISN 1 Career Development Award for her proposal "Understanding Testosterone Prescribing in VA" which focused on understanding current testosterone prescribing practices and its appropriate use in VA. Dr. Jasuja's National VA Career Development Award seeks to optimize testosterone prescribing in VA by examining quantitative and qualitative patient-, provider-, and site-level determinants of testosterone use in VA.

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