CONCORD, CA – Anjali Joseph, Ph.D., EDAC has been promoted to Vice President, Director of Research at The Center for Health Design (CHD).
As a trained architect and CHD’s top research professional, Anjali speaks at events worldwide and works one-on-one with CHD’s Pebble Project Partners, increasing awareness of using and conducting evidence-based design research as a part of the healthcare facility design process.
Her areas of expertise include qualitative and quantitative research methods and research applications in design. In her new role, Anjali will help define strategic growth opportunities while continuing to write and submit proposals to foundations and manufacturers for funding, submit articles for publication in academic journals and magazines, and direct and collaborate on CHD research projects.
“Anjali is a vital part of The Center for Health Design’s continued development, helping to shape and grow the research pillar of CHD while providing insight and energy to our education and advocacy efforts,” said Debra Levin, President and CEO. “As Vice President, Director of Research, she joins CHD’s management team and will be instrumental in setting future strategies for our organization.
Anjali obtained her Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology, masters degree from Kansas State University and bachelor’s degree from the School of Planning and Architecture in New Delhi, India.
About The Center for Health Design
The Center for Health Design (CHD) is a nonprofit organization that engages and supports professionals and organizations in the healthcare, construction, and design industry to improve the quality of healthcare facilities and create new environments for healthy aging. CHD’s mission is to transform healthcare environments for a healthier, safer world through design research, education, and advocacy. For more information, visit www.healthdesign.org.