Findings published in AIDS and Behavior

Confronting Gender Based Violence: Global Lessons with Case Studies from India

Year One Campaign Report, May 2015

Campaign Launches to Support Indo-JHU Health Partnership

Indo-JHU Health Partnership Leads to wide range of internationally-recognized research projects

CCGHE has trained more than 10,000 Indian clinicians and scientists through our educational programs.

A 24 year old woman with newly diagnosed HIV and no prior past medical history presents to the emergency department with 2 weeks of a dry cough and 1 week of fevers up to 39 degrees Celsius.

36 y/o HIV seropositive male with pulmonary koch and CNS tuberculomas admits with c/o abdominal pain, swelling of both LL, fever, decreased urine output, scrotal swelling and pain. H/o night sweats and weight loss. Baseline CD4= 175. MRI brain s/o lesion in Lt. occipital region.  

HIV-infected Indian man with CD4 account 423 and undetectable plasma viral load on HAART, who presents with neurological symptoms and a CNS HIV viral load of >1 million copies/ml.

58 y/o female from the Philippines with new diagnosis of cervical cancer, referred to ID clinic early April 2015 due to pulmonary nodules discovered on PET CT.

57 yo homeless US born M presented to OSH with weakness, productive cough, dyspnea x 1 wk on 2/17/15.  CXR: mod large R pleural effusion with consolidation.

 

24 years old married female, contractual manual laborer, migrant from Karnataka state, staying in Pune since 5 years, PLHIV...

36 yo male is diagnosed w/ pyogenic meningitis and started on treatment after presenting w/fever, chills, disorientation and rt lower limb weakness.

Over the course of this lecture Dr. Kelly Dooley describes a planned trial for novel treatment of TB meningitis in children after covering TB in children, TB meningitis, and the approach that led to the TBM-KIDS trial design.