Dhruv Khurana works as a senior economist-statistician at UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine’s Division of Addiction Psychiatry (DAP). His research at DAP focuses on evaluating the impact of the California Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System/1115 waiver and the impact of Prop 64, which legalized the use of recreational marijuana in California. Additionally, he works as a health economist at Riverside County’s Public Health Department, where his research focuses on impact of incorporating Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) in routine primary care delivery on patient health outcomes and utilization. Owing to his diverse experiences as a behavioral and health economist, Khurana takes a multidisciplinary approach in his research and teaching. He was recognized as a "Diversity Scholar" by the American Society of Health Economists (ASHE) in 2020. He currently teaches Health Services Research Methods in the Department of Health Policy & Management at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. He received a doctoral degree in Economics and a Master's of Arts in Behavioral and Neuroeconomics from Claremont Graduate University and a Master's of Science in Finance from The London School of Economics.