Faculty Research Associate
Dr. Srishti Arora has a PhD and Masters in Food and Nutrition with Specialization in Public Health. She has a sound knowledge of nutrition and its impact on the state of health and disease. As part of her PhD, she worked closely with the families of children having cerebral palsy belonging to underprivileged settings for more than 4 years to improve their dietary intake, feeding difficulties and the feeding and nutrition related knowledge and practices of their primary caregivers. She was also appointed as a Guest Lecturer in Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi in Jan 2019 to teach nutrition and public health related subjects to graduates and post graduate students.
She was also involved in anemia related research in the National Centre of Excellence and Advanced Research on Anemia Control (NCEAR-A) in the Centre for Community Medicine in AIIMS. Her primary research interests include child and adolescent nutrition, infant and young child feeding practices, nutritional needs of differently abled children, therapeutic nutrition and health policies and programmes.
Highest Education: PhD, Food and Nutrition with Specialization in Public Health
Date of Joining: September 2, 2019