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Eunice Lobo
Research Associate

A post-graduate in Microbiology, Eunice Lobo studied Public Health at the Manipal Academy of Higher Education in 2011. Since joining as a Research Associate at IIPH-Bangalore in February 2019, she has been involved in the drafting of scientific manuscripts for dissemination and publication in high impact factor journals for the ‘Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy and Risk of Chronic Diseases’ study. Additionally, she is also involved in the qualitative research work for the “Gestational diabetes in Uganda and India: Design and Evaluation of Educational Films for improving Screening and Self-management (GUIDES)” study. She has been associated with the Public Health Foundation of India, through IIPH-Bhubaneswar since September 2017. In her capacity as a Research Fellow, she successfully conducted a large, multi-state study on community-derived disability weights across rural and urban Odisha and Telangana, supported by the Indian Council of Medical Research. Prior to joining IIPH-Bhubaneswar, she worked as the Lead Public Health Researcher at the Foundation for Medical Research in Mumbai – a premier institute in Tuberculosis research for three years supervising projects supported by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and PATH in Mumbai and Patna. She was involved in the Global Fund Round-9 (GFR-9) – Project Axshya, prior to joining the foundation while working with the Catholic Health Foundation of India, and effectively handled two districts in Maharashtra. She has won the ‘Best paper’ award at the ISHWMCON 2012 for her work on Biomedical waste management at Primary Health centres of Udupi, Karnataka. She has been trained in systematic review protocol development, along with quantitative and qualitative softwares. She is a PubMed indexed author with expertise in Tuberculosis, Diabetes, qualitative research, and infectious diseases. Her research interests mainly are communicable and non-communicable diseases, adolescent health, and health system strengthening.

Center Affiliations
  • IIPHB
  • IIPHH
Areas of Expertise
  • Maternal Health/Women’s Health
  • Infectious Diseases
  • TB
  • Community Health
  • Qualitative Research
  • Systematic Reviews
Other Areas of Expertise