Awards: 2016

Post Date: 
2016-05-16

Congratulations!

Jessica Elf

  • Dr. Timothy Baker Award for International Health Development, which recognizes work on behalf of the poor and vulnerable, and for social justice and international health
  • Arthur M. Dannenberg Award

 

Susaina Kapoor

For work with Drs. Amita Gupta and Maunank Shah on cost effectiveness of latent tuberculosis testing in India and a proposed HIV decision support tool, she was awarded the Infectious Diseases Society of America/HIV Medical Association Medical Student Award.

Manoj Maddali

In support of his work with Drs. Amita Gupta and Maunank Shah on HIV mathematical modeling in India, he was awarded an Infectious Diseases Society of America Medical Student Scholar award.

 

Ivan Marbaniang

UAB CFAR Travel Scholarship for Women and HIV: Inter-CFAR Joint Symposium on HIV Research in Women. Birmingham, AL

 

Shivani Mehta

  • In support of her work with Dr. Rupak Shivakoti on Maternal Inflammation, Diet and Gut Microbiome in HIV: Impact on Infant Outcomes, she received a Global Health Established Field Placement Award from the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health to travel to India
  • In Autumn 2016, Ms. Mehta received the highly competitive Johns Hopkins Provost Undergradulate Research Award for 2016-17. Her study, titled Tuberculosis Knowledge and Attitude for Pregnant Women, leverages data from Maternal Inflammation, Diet and Gut Microbiome in HIV: Impact on Infant Outcomes, led by Drs. Alexander and Shivakoti

Matt Murrill

In support of his work with Dr. Amita Gupta, on understanding loss to follow-up from drug-resistant tuberculosis treatment in Pune, India, he was named 2016 IDSA Education and Research Foundation Medical Scholar

Smita Nimkar

UAB CFAR Travel Scholarship for Women and HIV: Inter-CFAR Joint Symposium on HIV Research in Women. Birmingham, AL

Sandesh Patil

Travel scholarship to attend the Global Forum on Bioethics in Research meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Anu Ramachandran

In support of her work with Drs. Yukari Manabe and Maunank Shah on cost effectiveness of serum cryptococcal screening to detect infection in Uganda, she was awarded the International AIDS Society Young Investigators Award and an IDSA Scholarship, and was selected as a 2016 Marshall Scholar to study at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London, UK

 

Matt Robinson

In support of his work with Dr. Amita Gupta on molecular diagnosis of acute febrile illness in a public hospital in Pune, India, he was awarded Burroughs Wellcome Fund 2016 Collaborative Research Travel Grant.

Abhilash Suresh

In support of his with with Dr. Amita Gupta on Residual Respiratory Impairment Following Pulmonary Tuberculosis (RePORT, c-TRIUMPH Substudy), he received a Global Health Established Field Placement Award from the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health to travel to India

Kristin Thomas

In support of her work with Dr. Larry Chang on Community Health Workers, mHealth, and Combination HIV Prevention in a Hotspot: A Randomized Trial, she received a Global Health Established Field Placement Award from the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health to travel to Uganda.

Jeffrey Tornheim

Received the Fellow Teaching Award from the Hopkins Bayview Medical Housestaff Training Program. This award is given to the fellow in the Department of Medicine recognized as the most outstanding teacher by interns and residents at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.