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Faculty Scholar Anjali Joseph, Ph.D., EDAC at Clemson University, Clemson South Carolina

Anjali Joseph, Ph.D., EDAC

Endowed Chair in Architecture + Health Design and Research
College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities

Contact: 864-656-2273 or anjalij@clemson.edu


Who is Dr. Joseph?

Anjali Joseph is the Endowed Chair in Architecture + Health Design and Research at Clemson University and also is an Associate Professor of Architecture. A trained architect, Anjali has spoken at events worldwide. At Clemson, she served as a principal investigator on several grants from different foundations such as the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the U.S. Green Building Council and the Kresge Foundation. Anjali’s work has been published in many academic journals and magazines. She frequently peer reviews articles for journals. She currently serves on an independent review panel on military medical construction standards for the Defense Health Agency. Anjali obtained her Ph.D. with a focus on Architecture, Culture and Behavior from the Georgia Institute of Technology, master's degree in Architecture from Kansas State University and bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the School of Planning and Architecture in New Delhi, India.

For more information, see her College Profile and Curriculum Vitae.

How Dr. Joseph’s research is transforming health care

Anjali’s research focuses on understanding the relationship between the built environment and health outcomes. She is interested in multidisciplinary approaches to improving patient safety in healthcare. Another area of focus is the role of the built environment in promoting population health. She collaborates extensively and builds relationships with healthcare organizations, architecture firms, and non-profit organizations.

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Health Research Expertise Keywords

Built Environment, Architecture, Health Facilities, Design, Population Health, Patient Safety, Health Care Quality