Saloni Sapru

Principal Research Associate


Saloni Sapru, PhD, is a Principal Research Associate with 20 years of experience designing, managing, and conducting research and evaluation studies on a range of public health topics. She primarily focuses on maternal and child health, prevention of alcohol use during pregnancy, health equity, and eye care and prevention of vision loss. Sapru conducts mixed-methods evaluations and uses utilization-focused evaluation designs to engage stakeholders. She’s an expert in developing and implementing research protocols for in-depth interviews, focus groups, and surveys for a number of audiences, including health care providers, health department officials, advocacy groups, mothers of young children, at-risk women, and representatives of community organizations. Currently, she serves as the project director for the national evaluation of the Healthy Start Program at the HRSA and as a data coordination and management advisor for the Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL) Against COVID-19 Disparities, an NIH effort.


  • PhD, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Educational Sciences
  • MPhil, University of Delhi, India, Applied Social Psychology
  • MA, University of Delhi, India, Clinical Psychology
  • BA (with honors), Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi, India, Psychology


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