Dr. Kiran Raj Pandey obtained his undergraduate medical degree from Kathmandu University in Nepal, following which he finished his Internal Medicine residency at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago. Subsequently, he completed fellowships in Health Services Research, as well as in Advanced Training in Hospital Medicine at the University of Chicago. He also has a Master of Public Health Sciences degree from the University of Chicago’s Department of Public Health Sciences.
Currently, Dr Pandey is focused on clinical practice and health services and systems research. His clinical practice is in internal and preventive medicine. His research focuses mostly on health services, their design and organization within the healthcare delivery system. Dr. Pandey has designed, evaluated and studied service delivery models for communicable and non-communicable diseases. He has also studied and evaluated the benefits and burdens of health services expansion. Dr. Pandey has written on comparative health systems in the developing world. He is the author of Up Is The Curve book Up Is the Curve-A genealogy of healthcare in the developing world.