Doctor of Education, Health and Behavior Studies - Teachers College, Columbia University (2010)
Master of Science, Applied Statistics - Teachers College, Columbia University (2011)
Bachelor of Science, Biological and Environmental Engineering - Cornell University (2005)
Aronson, I.D., Marsch, L.A., Rajan, S., Koken, J., & Bania, T.C. (2014). Computer-based video to increase HIV testing among emergency department patients who decline. In press at AIDS and Behavior.
Basch, C.H., Basch, C.E., Rajan, S., & Ruggles, K.V. (2014). Prevalence of sunscreen use and tanning behaviors among a nationally representative sample of adolescent youth (2001 - 2011). In press at Preventing Chronic Disease.
Leonard, N.R., Rajan, S., Aregbesola, T., & Gwadz, M. (2014). HIV testing patterns among urban YMSM of color. In press at Health Education and Behavior.
Basch, C.H., Ethan, D., Rajan, S., & Basch, C.E. (2014). Technology-related distracted walking behaviors in Manhattan's most dangerous intersections. In press at Injury Prevention.
Melnick, G., Wexler, H., & Rajan, S. (2014). Measuring team members' satisfaction in drug courts: An instrument to gauge the component disciplines in drug courts. In press at Drug Court Review.
Basch, C.H. and Rajan, S. (2014). Marketing strategies and warning labels on children's toothpaste. In press at Journal of Dental Hygiene.
Ethan, D., Basch, C.H., Rajan, S., Samuels, L., & Hammond, R. (2013). Nutrition content analysis of grocery store circulars in low- versus high-income neighborhoods in New York City. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(1), 537-547.
Basch, C.H., Ethan, D., Rajan, S.,
Kozlowsky, S., & Basch, C.E. (2013). Helmet use among riders using the Citi
Bike bicycle-sharing program: A pilot study in New York City. Journal of Community Health [Published
Aronson, I.D., Rajan, S., Marsch, L.A., & Bania, T.C. (2013). Interactions between learning and HIV testing following a technology-based intervention. Health Education and Behavior [Published online].
Rajan, S., Basch, C.H., & Ethan, D. (2013). Observational data collection of environmental and behavioral characteristics: Strengths, limitations, and implications for health communication. Journal of Mass Communication and Journalism, 3:e141.
Ethan, D., Basch, C.H., & Rajan, S. (2013). Editorial: Promoting healthy vision in children through the use of social marketing. Journal of Mass Communication and Journalism, 3:e140.
Basch, C.H., Ethan, D., & Rajan, S. (2013). Price, promotion, and availability of nutrition information: A descriptive study of a popular fast food chain in New York City. Global Journal of Health Science, 5(6), 73 - 80.
Basch, C.H., Schaffer, E.J., Hammond, R.K., & Rajan, S. (2013). Prevalence of infant formula advertisements in parenting magazines over a five-year span. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, [Published online].
Basch, C.H., Hammond, R.K., Guinta, A., Rajan, S., & Basch, C.E. (2013). Advertising of toothpaste in parenting magazines. Journal of Community Health, 38(5), 911 - 914.
Rajan, S., Leonard, N.R. Fletcher, R., Casarijan, B., Casarijan, R., & Cisse, C. (2012). Ambulatory autonomic activity monitoring among at-risk adolescent mothers. Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine, 1(3), 25 - 31.
Simmons, J., Rajan, S., & McMahon, J. (2012). Retrospective accounts of injection initiation in intimate partnerships. International Journal of Drug Policy, 23(4), 303 - 311.
Rajan, S. & Basch, C.E. (2012). Fidelity of after-school program implementation targeting adolescent youth: Identifying successful curricular and programmatic characteristics. Journal of School Health, 82(4), 159-165.
Barker, M. & Rajan, S. (2009). "Girls on Track" Curriculum. Published by Girls on the Run, International; Copyright 2009 by Girls on the Run, International and Molly Barker.
Zhang, Q., Cuartas, E., Mehta, N., Gilligan, J., Ke, H.Z., Saltzman, W.M., Kotas, M., Ma, M., Rajan, S., Chalouni, C., Carlson, J., & Vignery, A. (2008). Replacement of bone marrow by bone in rat femurs: the bone bioreactor. Tissue Engineering, 14(2), 237-246.
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