Dr. Rajendra Pd Parajuli

Dr. Rajendra Pd Parajuli
Designation : Reader
Email : rparajuli@cdztu.edu.np rajendra.parajuli@cdz.tu.edu.np
Specialization : Environmental Epidemiology, Toxicology, Parasitology
Area of Interest : Environmental Epidemiology, Environmental Health, One Health, Toxicology, Dietary study, Nutritional Ecology, Neurodevelopment, Desk Research: Data mining, Statistical Analysis, Field work: Team planning/assembly,


Recent Publications

  • Parajuli RP, Subedi JR, Dhakal P et al. Minimum Risk of Intestinal Parasitic Infection to the Visitors of Ghandruk, Kaski, Nepal: A Pilot Survey Annals of Parasitology, Vol 1, 2022 (Accepted).
  • Adhikari RB, Parajuli RP, Maharjan M, Ghimire TR, (2021) Prevalence and Risk Factors of Gastro-Intestinal Parasitism in the Indigenous Chepang Community in the Central Nepal Ann Parasitol. 67(3):387-405. https://doi.org/10.17420/ap6703.353
  • Yuki M, Shimizu-Furusawa H, Konishi S, Inaoka T, Ahmad SA, Sekiyama M, Abudollah OS, Gunawan B, Parajuli RP, Ikemoto Y, Lam TD, Watanabe C, Umezak M. (2021) Associations between urinary heavy metal concentrations and blood pressure in residents of Asian countries, Environ Health Prev Med. 8;26(1):101. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12199-021-01027-y
  • Parajuli RP, Goodrich GM, Chan L, Ayotte P, Hegele R, and Basu N. (2021) Variation in biomarker levels of metals, persistent organic pollutants, and omega-3 fatty acids in association with genetic polymorphisms among Inuit in Nunavik, Canada. Environ Res., 200:111393. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2021.111393
  • Shin HH, Parajuli RP, Gogna P, Maquiling A, Dehghani P. (2021) Pollutant-sex specific differences in respiratory hospitalization and mortality risk attributable to short-term exposure to ambient air pollution. Sci Total Environ. 10;755(Pt 2):143135. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143135
  • Shin HH, Gogna P, Maquiling A, Parajuli RP, Haque L, Burr B. (2021), Comparison of hospitalization and mortality associated with short-term exposure to ambient ozone and PM 2.5 in Canada, Chemosphere. 265:128683. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2020.128683