India

 

With a population of more than one billion, India is the second largest country in the world, represents 16% of the global population, and the national average for life expectancy is only 65 years. India leads the world in the largest absolute burden of TB, ranks third for HIV (behind South Africa and Nigeria), and ranks second for diabetes. The country receives funding to support HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care programs under the US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

CCGHE partners with institutions in India tackle grave health issues on the front lines. LEARN ABOUT CCGHE-INDIA PARTNERSHIPS

 
CCGHE WORK IN INDIA

 

Johns Hopkins University (JHU) HIV/AIDS management course in India

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2016-09-16
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The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) HIV/AIDS Management Course in India is a CCGHE distance education initiative that aims to deliver a comprehensive continuing education program on adult HIV/AIDS clinical care. Lectures from leading experts are delivered online in a format that is accessible to...

ONCOGRID: An mHealth Approach to Prevention and Early Diagnosis of Oral Cancer in Rural South India

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2012-11-01
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The Indian sub-continent is burdened with 80% of the world’s patients with oral cancer, and delay in oral cancer diagnosis is one of the major problems that leads to poor treatment outcomes (V. Shanta, R. Swaminathan, R. Rama. Cancer Control 2013). Current screening and treatment programs are not...

TB Noon Conference

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2013-10-24
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CCGHE webcasts Tuberculosis (TB) Noon Conference live and provides a global audience with open access to all live and archived sessions via the CCGHE website. Led by Drs. Maunank Shah, Jonathan Golub, Richard Chaisson, these meetings bring together Johns Hopkins TB researchers and trainees in an...

Diagnosis of Tuberculosis Infection and Th1 Immune Response in Pregnant Women in India

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2014-09-01
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Tuberculosis (TB) disease is a major cause of mortality among Indian women of reproductive age; approximately 20-50% of women in India are latently infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). Due to immune changes of pregnancy, women are particularly at risk of reactivation and progression to...

RePORT: C-TRIUMPH: Substudy on Assessing the Association of Indoor Air Pollution with Tuberculosis in Adult Women and Children under 5 Years of Age

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2013-09-15
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Addressing social and environmental risk factors contributing to TB disease is becoming increasingly important for national TB programs. We are leveraging the pediatric participants in 1,100 homes participating in the C-TRIUMPH study, enhancing data collection regarding household and individual...

Mother-to-Child Transmission (MTCT) of HIV: India SWEN Study

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2002-06-07
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Primary and secondary analyses of the India SWEN study, an NIH-funded phase III randomized controlled trial of an extended nevirapine prophylaxis regimen among 783 HIV-infected pregnant women and their breastfed infants in Pune, India.

A Prospective Study Evaluating the Role of Cryptococcal Antigen Screening among HIV-infected Adults with Low CD4 Counts

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2011-01-01
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This prospective observational study aimed to evaluate the burden of cryptococcal disease among approximately 200 HIV-infected adults with low CD4 cell counts in Pune, India to determine whether a Cryptococcal screening strategy should be the standard of care among patients with advanced HIV...

Hair Concentrations of Anti-tuberculosis Drugs Among HIV-infected and Uninfected Children in India

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2013-05-07
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In the developing world, tuberculosis (TB) is a major cause of mortality among HIV-infected children, a population where measuring treatment adherence and drug levels is difficult. We propose an innovative therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) tool that measures drug concentration in hair samples to...

Diagnosis of Active Tuberculosis in HIV-infected and Uninfected Young Children in India

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2012-07-24
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Tuberculosis (TB) is the most common cause of morbidity/mortality in HIV-infected individuals in India. India has the world's highest burden of HIV and TB, and since children acquire HIV/TB from their caregivers, active TB is highly prevalent (14-67.5%) among HIV-infected young children in India...

C-TRIUMPH Pilot Study: Burden and Risk Factors for Drug-resistant Tuberculosis in Pune, India

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2012-05-29
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Drug resistant TB (MDR-TB and XDR-TB) is increasing worldwide. Although 20% of all global TB cases occur in India, current estimates of the burden of MDR-TB in India are limited. A well-characterized TB clinical cohort, household cohort and control cohort would provide important epidemiological,...

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