India Interest Group
To facilitate collaboration an efficiencies on research and training, this interest group will convene faculty, staff and students who share an academic interest in the health of Indian populations. JOIN US!! by contacting the moderator
February 7 2017 Mission Bay 5-6:30
Dilys Walker will be on hand to describe her is collaboration with Care India on a mentor training program using simulation and team-training for midwives throughout the state of Bihar, India.
Contact the moderator for room info.
January 25 2016 Mission Bay 12-1:30 pm
Dhivya Ravilla Ramasamy, MBA Lions Aravind Institute
Meg Lueker, Member of the Aravind Foundation Board
Aravind Eye Care System is a world renowned eye care hospital located in Tamil Nadu, India. Their mission is to eliminate needless blindness and to spread Aravind’s sustainable model of high-quality, patient-centric healthcare throughout the world.
Oct 18 2016 Mission Bay 5-7pm
Amit Srivastava, hosted byNeelam Feachem, & Jeremy Alberga, chief operating officer, Global Health Group. Network with researchers sharing an interest in global health issues as they impact India.
April 14 12-1pm Mission Bay
July 7 2016 Mission Bay 11:30-1:00
Infectious corneal ulcers, uveitis-related macular edema, and tuberculous uveitis
Infectious corneal ulcers at Aravind Eye Hospital in Madurai & Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu
Epidemiology of visceral leishmaniasis
Epilepsy clinical fellow
Epidemiology of cardiometabolic risk factors in middle class urban Indians
Tobacco policy in India. Cardiovascular disease management in under-resourced areas of Southern India.
Impact of Pregnancy on Tuberculosis
Co-founder of the HEAL Initiative, a health workforce strengthening fellowship working in Navajo Nation and 7 countries
Cara Smith Gueye
Obstetrics/Gynecology physician from Delhi University, India, with a broad background in teaching & research MASALA study
Structural and social determinants of health, health equity, and health service delivery
Team training in obstetric and neonatal emergencies using realistic simulation