Sanjay Basu

Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences

1070 Arastradero Road Office 282

Palo Alto, CA 94304

United States

Harvard University - Center for Primary Care

Cambridge, MA

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

9

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Scholarly Papers (9)

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Dietary Salt Reduction and Cardiovascular Disease Rates in India: A Mathematical Model

Basu S, Stuckler D, Vellakkal S, Ebrahim S (2012). Dietary Salt Reduction and Cardiovascular Disease Rates in India: A Mathematical Model. PLoS ONE 7(9): e44037. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044037
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 30 Jan 2013 Last Revised: 03 Feb 2013
Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, University of Cambridge - Faculty of Human, Social, and Political Science, Public Health foundation of India (PHFI) and Public Health Foundation of India
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salt, hypertension

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Food Price Spikes are Associated with Increased Malnutrition Among Children in Andhra Pradesh, India

Sukumar Vellakkal, Jasmine Fledderjohann, Sanjay Basu, Sutapa Agrawal, Shah Ebrahim, Oona Campbell, Pat Doyle, David Stuckler (2015). Food Price Spikes Are Associated with Increased Malnutrition among Children in Andhra Pradesh, India. The Journal of Nutrition 145 (8), 1942-1949
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 23 Oct 2015
Public Health foundation of India (PHFI), University of Oxford, Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, Public Health Foundation of India, Public Health Foundation of India, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, LSHTM and Oxford University
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Are Estimates of Socioeconomic Inequalities in Chronic Disease Artefactually Narrowed by Self-Reported Measures of Prevalence in Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries? Findings from the WHO-SAGE Survey

Number of pages: 8 Posted: 08 May 2015
Public Health foundation of India (PHFI), Imperial College London, Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, Public Health Foundation of India, University College London - Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Cambridge - Faculty of Human, Social, and Political Science and Public Health Foundation of India
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low-and-middle income countries, non-communicable diseases, self-reported diagnoses, symptoms-based measures, socio-economic inequality

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Towards a Global Social Support System: A Response to the Recent Commentaries

Int J Health Policy Manag. 2016;5(5):345-346. doi:10.15171/ijhpm.2016.18
Number of pages: 2 Posted: 16 Apr 2016
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM), University of Oxford and Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences
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Global Social Support System, Redistribution, Solidarity

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Estimation of Global Insulin Utilization for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, 2018 to 2030: A Microsimulation Model

10.1016/S2213-8587(18)30303-6
Number of pages: 44 Posted: 05 Oct 2018
Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, Harvard University - Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard University - Brigham and Women's Hospital, University of Birmingham, University of Edinburgh, Yale University - School of Medicine, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and University of Geneva
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Evaluating the Health Impact of Large-Scale Public Policy Changes: Classical and Novel Approaches

Annual Review of Public Health, Vol. 38, pp. 351-370, 2017
Posted: 19 Apr 2017
Sanjay Basu, Ankita Meghani and Arjumand Siddiqi
Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, Stanford University - School of Medicine and University of Toronto - Dalla Lana School of Public Health

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Averting Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes in India Through Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxation: An Economic-Epidemiologic Modeling Study

Basu, Sanjay , Vellakkal, Sukumar , Agrawal, Sutapa, Stuckler, David, Popkin, Barry M. and Ebrahim, Shah , Averting Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes in India Through Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxation: An Economic-Epidemiologic Modeling Study, PLOS Medicine, January 2014
Posted: 06 Mar 2014
Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, Public Health foundation of India (PHFI), Public Health Foundation of India, University of Cambridge - Faculty of Human, Social, and Political Science, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill - Carolina Population Center and Public Health Foundation of India

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tax, sugar-sweetened beverages, obesity, diabetes, economic-epidemiologic modeling, India

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Palm Oil Taxes and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality in India: Economic-Epidemiologic Model

Basu, Sanjay , Singer Babiarz, Kimberly, Ebrahim, Shah , Vellakkal, Sukumar , Stuckler, David and Goldhaber-Fiebert, Jeremy, Palm oil taxes and cardiovascular disease mortality in India: economic-epidemiologic model. British Medical Journal 2013; 347
Posted: 06 Mar 2014
Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, Stanford University, Public Health Foundation of India, Public Health foundation of India (PHFI), University of Cambridge - Faculty of Human, Social, and Political Science and Stanford University

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tax, cardiovascular disease mortality, India, economic-epidemiologic model

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Socioeconomic Inequalities in Non-Communicable Diseases Prevalence in India: Disparities between Self-Reported Diagnoses and Standardized Measures

PLoS ONE 8(7)
Posted: 21 Jul 2013
Public Health foundation of India (PHFI), Harvard University - T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Imperial College London, Stanford University - Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and Center for Population Health Sciences, University of Cambridge - Faculty of Human, Social, and Political Science and Public Health Foundation of India

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Socio-economic Inequalities, Non-Communicable Diseases, India, poor, access to healthcare