Aayush Khadka, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Family Community Medicine
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    Hello! I am a postdoc working with Dr. Anusha Vable on projects that investigate the role of population-wide policies on impacting later life cognitive outcomes. I am interested in evaluating the impact of large scale policies, investigating the role of environmental exposures in affecting health outcomes throughout the life course, and econometric and epidemiological methods for causal inference.

    I recently completed my Ph.D. in Population Health Sciences from Harvard University. My dissertation focused on the role of social and environmental exposures in affecting pregnancy and infant health outcomes. I have a BA in Political Science and Mathematics from Williams College and a MSc in Global Health and Population from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. In between my BA and MSc degrees, I worked in South Africa as a researcher investigating the role of cash transfer programs in impacting poverty and inequality outcomes.

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    1. Food Insecurity, Memory, and Dementia Among US Adults Aged 50 Years and Older. JAMA Netw Open. 2023 Nov 01; 6(11):e2344186. Qian H, Khadka A, Martinez SM, Singh S, Brenowitz WD, Zeki Al Hazzouri A, Hill-Jarrett TG, Glymour MM, Vable AM. PMID: 37988079; PMCID: PMC10663972.
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    2. Impact of orthogeriatric care management by orthopedic surgeons and physicians on in-hospital clinical outcomes: A difference-in-difference analysis. Geriatr Gerontol Int. 2022 Feb; 22(2):138-144. Ogawa T, Schermann H, Khadka A, Moross J, Moriwaki M, Fushimi K, Fujiwara T, Yoshii T, Okawa A, Shirasawa S. PMID: 35018706.
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    3. Understanding the Pathways from Prenatal and Post-Birth PM2.5 Exposure to Infant Death: An Observational Analysis Using US Vital Records (2011-2013). Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 12 27; 19(1). Khadka A, Canning D. PMID: 35010519; PMCID: PMC8751133.
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    4. The economic value of changing mortality risk in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic breakdown by cause of death. BMC Med. 2021 07 16; 19(1):156. Khadka A, Verguet S. PMID: 34266420; PMCID: PMC8282406.
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    5. Association of Unexpected Newborn Deaths With Changes in Obstetric and Neonatal Process of Care. JAMA Netw Open. 2020 12 01; 3(12):e2024589. Han D, Khadka A, McConnell M, Cohen J. PMID: 33284335.
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    6. In utero exposure to threat of evictions and preterm birth: Evidence from the United States. Health Serv Res. 2020 10; 55 Suppl 2:823-832. Khadka A, Fink G, Gromis A, McConnell M. PMID: 32976630; PMCID: PMC7518827.
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    7. Quality of clinical assessment and child mortality: a three-country cross-sectional study. Health Policy Plan. 2020 Aug 01; 35(7):878-887. Perales NA, Wei D, Khadka A, Leslie HH, Hamadou S, Yama GC, Robyn PJ, Shapira G, Kruk ME, Fink G. PMID: 32577749.
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    8. Exploring reasons for discontinuing use of immediate post-partum intrauterine device in Nepal: a qualitative study. Reprod Health. 2020 Mar 18; 17(1):41. Puri MC, Joshi S, Khadka A, Pearson E, Dhungel Y, Shah IH. PMID: 32183877; PMCID: PMC7079440.
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    9. The effect of antenatal counseling and intrauterine device insertion services on postpartum contraceptive use in Nepal: Results from a stepped-wedge randomized controlled trial. Contraception. 2020 06; 101(6):384-392. Huber-Krum S, Khadka A, Pradhan E, Rohr J, Puri M, Maharjan D, Joshi S, Shah I, Canning D. PMID: 31935388.
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    10. Correction to: Malaria control across borders: quasi-experimental evidence from the Trans-Kunene malaria initiative (TKMI). Malar J. 2019 Nov 14; 18(1):365. Khadka A, Perales NA, Wei DJ, Gage AD, Haber N, Verguet S, Patenaude B, Fink G. PMID: 31727064; PMCID: PMC6854627.
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    11. Comprehensive school-based health programs to improve child and adolescent health: Evidence from Zambia. PLoS One. 2019; 14(5):e0217893. Wei D, Brigell R, Khadka A, Perales N, Fink G. PMID: 31150484; PMCID: PMC6544295.
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    12. Delivering postpartum family planning services in Nepal: are providers supportive? BMC Health Serv Res. 2018 Dec 06; 18(1):948. Puri MC, Maharjan M, Pearson E, Pradhan E, Dhungel Y, Khadka A, Shah IH. PMID: 30522481; PMCID: PMC6282334.
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    13. Malaria control across borders: quasi-experimental evidence from the Trans-Kunene malaria initiative (TKMI). Malar J. 2018 Jun 04; 17(1):224. Khadka A, Perales NA, Wei DJ, Gage AD, Haber N, Verguet S, Patenaude B, Fink G. PMID: 29866113; PMCID: PMC5987525.
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