Gajarishiyan Rasalingam


CEO - CALM | Public Health Lead  
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Institute of Applied Health Sciences
Polwarth Building; Foresterhill; Aberdeen AB25 2ZD
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Dr.Gajarishiyan is a Public health practitioner and Researcher. His research focuses on Non-Communicable disease and COVID-19 in the adolescent population. He is a Young Health Scholar at AstraZeneca. He is also a Chevening Scholar. His current research focuses on Digital Health and Primary Health Care. 

Dr.Gajarishiyan is an awardee of 2020 Elisebeth Russel prize for Public health research in UK. His special works on National COVID-19 efforts are appreciated by the Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka. 

  • Gajarishiyan Rasalingam, et al. Association of Insulin Resistance with serum Ferritin and inflammatory biomarkers in Chinese patients with Type-2 Diabetes, Biomed Res Environ Sci. 2020, Nov 30; 1(7): 363-371

  • Gajarishiyan Rasalingam, Mintu Nath, Arrosan Rajalingam, Assessment of Mental Health Conditions Among Adolescents in Sri Lanka: Findings from the Global School-based Health Survey, DOI:  10.13140/RG.2.2.33601.38246.

  • Gajarishiyan Rasalingam, Arrosan Rajalingam, Parental Engagement and Adolescents' Mental Health Wellbeing: Cross-Sectional Study from Sri Lanka, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10553.08806

  • Certification on Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes – International Diabetes Federation

  • COVID-19: Protecting patients at Greatest Risk – American College of Cardiology

  • COVID-19: Primary Care Response in Low Resource Setting – Primary Care International

  • COVID-19: Tackling the Novel Corona Virus – London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

  • Operational Planning Guideline and COVID-19 preparedness and Response - WHO

  • MRC Research Data and Confidentiality Information Governance Training – Medical Research Council, UK.

  • Emerging International Leaders Program – Cumberland Lodge, UK (Scholarship)

  • Global Citizen Education – APCEIU, UNESCO (Scholarship)

  • Human Resource Management – Sevalanka Foundation