Sara Rahmanian, PhD, MSHA
Policy Research Scientist

Dr. Sara Rahmanian is a Policy Research Scientist at UCLA, holding a doctoral degree in Public Health with a focus on Health Policy and Leadership, as well as a Master’s degree in Health Administration. With over ten years of research experience, she has developed interests in mental health policies, community participatory research, and the intersection of homelessness with health policy. In her current projects, including the Outpatient Conservatorship (OPC) project, Dr. Rahmanian contributes to data analysis, aiding in the enhancement of mental health service systems. She is also involved in the IHOP project, which is focused on developing housing solutions for the homeless in Los Angeles County. Trained in analysis methods for health outcomes research at Harvard University, Dr. Rahmanian employs mixed methods research analysis to effectively address health policy challenges. Her work, encompassing various aspects of public health and health policy, is shared through her numerous publications and presentations.

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