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Anjali Gopalan MD, MS

TitleResearch Scientist I
InstitutionKaiser Permanente Northern California
DepartmentDivision of Research
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-9300-1154 Additional info
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    Rice University, Houston, TXB.A.05/2004Biochemistry and Cell Biology
    Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MOM.D.05/2008Medicine
    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA6/2011Internal Medicine Residency
    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA7/2014Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program
    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAM.S.5/2015Health Policy Research

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    Anjali Gopalan, MD, MS, is a research scientist in the Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California. Dr. Gopalan received her undergraduate degree in biochemistry and biology from Rice University. She completed medical school at Washington University in St. Louis. She then went on to complete an internal medicine residency at the University of Pennsylvania and was a member of the program's primary care track. Following residency she was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania and earned a Master's degree in Health Policy Research.. Her current research interests include the roles of information and communication for patients with chronic disease. Specifically, she is interested in researching alternative, more effective ways to present medical information to patients regarding chronic disease management, particularly diabetes.

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    1. Gopalan A, Kellom K, McDonough K, Schapira MM. Exploring how patients understand and assess their diabetes control. BMC Endocr Disord. 2018 Nov 06; 18(1):79. PMID: 30400859.
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    2. Gopalan A, Grant RW. Research to Change Health Delivery Systems: On the Outside Looking in? J Gen Intern Med. 2018 Oct; 33(10):1592-1593. PMID: 30030737.
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    3. Gopalan A, Mishra P, Alexeeff SE, Blatchins MA, Kim E, Man AH, Grant RW. Prevalence and predictors of delayed clinical diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes: a longitudinal cohort study. Diabet Med. 2018 12; 35(12):1655-1662. PMID: 30175870.
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    4. Baker JM, Grant RW, Gopalan A. A systematic review of care management interventions targeting multimorbidity and high care utilization. BMC Health Serv Res. 2018 Jan 30; 18(1):65. PMID: 29382327.
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    5. Schmittdiel JA, Gopalan A, Lin MW, Banerjee S, Chau CV, Adams AS. Population Health Management for Diabetes: Health Care System-Level Approaches for Improving Quality and Addressing Disparities. Curr Diab Rep. 2017 05; 17(5):31. PMID: 28364355.
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    6. Gopalan A, Paramanund J, Shaw PA, Patel D, Friedman J, Brophy C, Buttenheim AM, Troxel AB, Asch DA, Volpp KG. Randomised controlled trial of alternative messages to increase enrolment in a healthy food programme among individuals with diabetes. BMJ Open. 2016 11 30; 6(11):e012009. PMID: 27903559.
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    7. Gopalan A, Makelarski JA, Garibay LB, Escamilla V, Merchant RM, Wolfe MB, Holbrook R, Lindau ST. Health-Specific Information and Communication Technology Use and Its Relationship to Obesity in High-Poverty, Urban Communities: Analysis of a Population-Based Biosocial Survey. J Med Internet Res. 2016 06 28; 18(6):e182. PMID: 27352770.
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    8. Gopalan A, Lorincz IS, Wirtalla C, Marcus SC, Long JA. Awareness of Prediabetes and Engagement in Diabetes Risk-Reducing Behaviors. Am J Prev Med. 2015 Oct; 49(4):512-9. PMID: 26091928.
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    9. Gopalan A, Tahirovic E, Moss H, Troxel AB, Zhu J, Loewenstein G, Volpp KG. Translating the hemoglobin A1C with more easily understood feedback: a randomized controlled trial. J Gen Intern Med. 2014 Jul; 29(7):996-1003. PMID: 24567202.
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