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Suraj Singh Senjam

Suraj Singh Senjam
Associate Professor
Ophthalmology Department,
New Delhi.


Dr. Suraj Singh Senjam (MBBS, MD) is currently working as Associate Professor in Community Ophthalmology Department, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS New Delhi. He has passed his MBBS from Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal, Manipur. He has completed his MD in Community Medicine from PGIMER, Chandigarh. He has teaching experienced in various public health subjects viz. Epidemiology, Epidemiology of Ocular Diseases, Research Methodology, Health Management and Planning, Project Cycle Management, Biostatistics, Health Promotion, Preventive Ophthalmology, Primary Eye Health, Screening and Survey Methodology in Community Ophthalmology.


Currently, he is a co-guide of two Ph.D. students in Community ophthalmology. He is Principal investigator/Co-Principal Investigator/Co-investigators of few studies inclusive of refractive error, spectacles compliance amongst school students, low vision and rehabilitation services, diabetic retinopathy. He is also a Co-investigator as well as a supervisor of the National Blindness Survey and National Trachoma Survey under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India and also a technical assistance to National Programme for Control Blindness, India.



Research Interest

Dr. Suraj Singh Senjam has very keen interest in a community-based research project related to public health ophthalmic problems. He is instrumental in strengthening low vision and visual rehabilitation in Dr. RPC AIIMS and in establishing the National Research & Training Centre for Low Vision and Rehabilitation Services. He developed a model to facilitate the continuum of rehabilitation care based networking system. His other area of interest are ocular epidemiology, eye health promotion and application of various health promotion theories in eye health, salutogenesis, planning of community eye health including outreach eye care services, eye health care delivery system, and preventive ophthalmology, school vision screening, and programme implementation, monitoring, and evaluation.