Zoljargal (Zoey) LkhagvajavPhD Student
Dr. Zoljargal (Zoey) Lkhagvajav is a first-year PhD student in the Biomedical and Health Informatics Program at the University of Washington. She graduated from the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences as a physician and mainly worked at a non-governmental organization in Mongolia for works related to public health and eHealth. Later she earned an MPH degree with a Certificate in Public Health Informatics at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she is working as a Graduate Research Assistant at the International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH). She has a broad range of research including health data interoperability standards, specifically FHIR standard, and policy and planning of digital health system implementation. She is interested in how digital health and health informatics solutions could be applied and implemented to low and middle-income country settings to support evidence-based decision making, provide clinical decision support to physicians, improve quality of care to the patients and advance the health system as a result.