Education – Ph.D, Texas Tech University; MA, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex; MS, University of Calcutta
Research Interests – Health and Well-Being of Families; Project Evaluation and Secondary Data Analysis; Methodological Techniques; Innovative Research Designs
Satabdi Samtani is a Post-Doctoral Fellow for the PACE Project at Montclair State University. She completed her doctorate in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University. Her primary research interests are in health and well-being of families. She also has experience in project evaluation and secondary data analysis. She has a keen interest in mixed methodological techniques, innovative research designs, and developing simple but effective evaluation tools. Her future goal is to evaluate health programs and assess their impact on health disparities and access to care. Some of her research focuses on issues surrounding health care in developing countries like India.
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