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July 28, 2020


Gauri Dumal and colleagues assess the impact of the 5-year HIV-TB research training program on building individual research capacity at BJGMC.

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Faculty diversity programs in U.S. medical schools and characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity.

Post Date: 
2011-10-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Academic Medicine
Purpose: To describe diversity programs for racial and ethnic minority faculty in U.S. medical schools and identify characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity. Method: The authors conducted a cross-sectional survey study of leaders of diversity programs at 106 U.S. MD-granting medical...

A comparison of online versus on-site training in health research methodology: A randomized study

Post Date: 
2011-06-17
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC Medical Education
Background: Distance learning may be useful for building health research capacity. However, evidence that it can improve knowledge and skills in health research, particularly in resource-poor settings, is limited. We compared the impact and acceptability of teaching two distinct content areas...

Building a global health education network for clinical care and research: the benefits and challenges of distance learning tools

Post Date: 
2011-06-15
Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
Expanding the capacity for clinical care and health research is a global priority and a global challenge. In disenfranchised communities facing the largest burden of disease, whether they be in rural Africa or in urban US, there is a great need for more well-trained, competent and dedicated health...

The Afya Bora Consortium: an Africa-US partnership to train leaders in global health

Post Date: 
2011-06-15
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Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
The Afya Bora Consortium is a partnership of eight academic health institutions, four in Africa and four in the United States. The Consortium members have a history of collaboration in four African-U.S. pairs: Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland,...

Early childhood growth among Mahadev Koli tribes of Maharashtra

Post Date: 
2011-06-01
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Voice of Intellectual Man
The present study aims “to study the growth status of the children of age group 0 to 5 years of Mahadev koli”. This cross-sectional study focuses on growth of children of age group 0 to 5 years in Ambegaon Taluka, Pune district, Maharashtra. Using De-facto population, 110 Mahadev Koli- 51 girls and...

Mixed methods evaluation of an international internet-based continuing medical education course for pediatric HIV providers in Pune, India

Post Date: 
2011-04-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Education for Health
Context: Studies of HIV care in Pune, a high-HIV-prevalence city in India, have shown that a significant proportion of practitioners were not adhering to national guidelines due to inadequate awareness and understanding. Objectives: This study examined the...

An assessment of Makerere University College of Health Sciences: optimizing health research capacity to meet Uganda’s priorities

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Health research is critical to the institutional mission of the Makerere College of Health Sciences (MakCHS). Optimizing the alignment of health research capacity at MakCHS with the health needs and priorities of Uganda, as outlined in the country’s Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP),...

A grander challenge: the case of how Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) contributes to health outcomes in Africa

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: "Grand challenges" in global health have focused on discovery and development of technologies to save lives. The "granderchallenge" involves building institutions, systems, capacity and demand to effectively deliver strategies to improve health. In 2008, MakerereUniversity began a...

Situational analysis of teaching and learning of medicine and nursing students at Makerere Univesity College of Health Sciences

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) in Uganda is undergoing a major reform to become a more influential force in society. It is important that its medicine and nursing graduates are equipped to best address the priority health needs of the Ugandan population,...

The organization and implementation of community-based education and service programs for health worker training institutions in Uganda

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Community-based education (CBE) is part of the training curriculum for most health workers in Uganda. Most programs have a stated purpose of strengthening clinical skills, medical knowledge, communication skills, community orientation of graduates, and encouragement of graduates...

Perceptions and valuations of community-based education and service by alumni at Makerere University College of Health Sciences

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Training of health professionals can be deliberately structured to enhance rural recruitment by exposing the trainees to the realities of rural life and practice through Community-Based Education and Service (COBE) programs. Few studies have surveyed the alumni of these programs...

Unique aspects of the care of HIV-positive Latino patients living in the United States

Post Date: 
2010-08-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Current HIV/AIDS Reports
Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV, with a higher risk of infection and a delayed presentation to care as compared to non-Hispanic whites. Over the last decade many Latinos, especially foreign-born migrants, have settled in regions of the country with historically low Latino...

High risk for occupational exposure to HIV and utilization of post-exposure prophylaxis in a teaching hospital in Pune, India

Post Date: 
2008-10-21
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Countries: 
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Clinical Sites: 
Publication: 
BMC Infectious Diseases
Background: The risk for occupational exposure to HIV has been well characterized in the developed world, but limited information is available about this transmission risk in resource-constrained settings facing the largest burden of HIV infection. In addition, the feasibility and utilization of...

Telecommunications and health care: An HIV/AIDS warmline for communication and consultation in Rakai, Uganda

Post Date: 
2008-04-25
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care
Hotlines and warmlines have been successfully used in the developed world to provide clinical advice; however, reports on their replicability in resource-limited settings are limited. A warmline was established in Rakai, Uganda, to support an antiretroviral therapy program. Over a 17-month...

Responding to the human resource crisis: Peer health workers, mobile phones, and HIV care in Rakai, Uganda.

Post Date: 
2008-03-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
AIDS Patient Care and STDs
Dear Editor: Two challenges to successful antiretroviral therapy (ART) scale-up in resource-limited settings (RLS) are human resource and healthcare infrastructure limitations.1 We read with interest the modeling study by Bärnighausen et al. which describes the...

Nurses’ health education program in India increases HIV knowledge and reduces fear

Post Date: 
2007-11-30
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Few health care facilities are adequately prepared to manage and care for HIV/AIDS patients in India. Nurses play a critical role in patient care but are often ill-equipped to deal with their own fears of occupational risk and handle the clinical aspects of HIV/AIDS care, leading to stigma and...

U.S. medical resident familiarity with national tuberculosis guidelines

Post Date: 
2007-08-02
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Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC Infectious Diseases
Background: The ability of medical residents training at U.S. urban medical centers to diagnose and manage tuberculosis cases has important public health implications. We assessed medical resident knowledge about tuberculosis diagnosis and early management based on American Thoracic Society...

The traveling farm wife

Post Date: 
2007-01-15
Publication: 
American Journal of Medicine
In late summer, a 77-year-old woman was hospitalized after 9 days of chills, low-grade fever, fatigue, and generalized weakness. She did not have abdominal pain, coughing, diarrhea, dyspnea, jaundice, nausea, rashes, sore throat, vomiting, or weight loss. Her medical history was significant...

Baseline duty hours recorded with time-cards: a pre-regulation study of internal medicine residents

Post Date: 
2006-07-15
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Countries: 
Publication: 
Medical Education
Objective: The acquisition of data on resident duty hours has been largely dependent on self-report surveys collected in the surgical literature. We sought to implement and describe a simple method for monitoring internal medicine resident duty hours by using time-cards. ...

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TB in Pregnancy

Post Date: 
2015-03-05
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Gupta, A. TB in Pregnancy. RePORT India TB Workshop. Mumbai, India.

Conducting Infectious Diseases Research in India

Post Date: 
2015-02-16
Gupta, A. Conducting Infectious Diseases Research in India. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.

Empowering Women in Global Health: Lessons Learned and Strategies for Success

Post Date: 
2015-02-16
Gupta, A. Empowering Women in Global Health: Lessons Learned and Strategies for Success. Empowering Women in Global Health: Lessons Learned and Strategies for Success. New York, NY.

Reducing Hepatitis C Viral Load and Genotype Ordering At Johns Hopkins Hospital

Post Date: 
2015-02-01
Chida N, Greenbaum A, Tuddenham S, Kendall K, Ray S, Melia M. Reducing Hepatitis C Viral Load and Genotype Ordering At Johns Hopkins Hospital. Johns Hopkins High Value Research Symposium 2015. Baltimore, MD. 2015.

Pathways to Careers in the Health Professions

Post Date: 
2015-01-31
Page, K. Pathways to Careers in the Health Professions. University Council, Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD.

PMTCT: Current Recommendations

Post Date: 
2015-01-31
Mave, V. PMTCT: Current Recommendations. 5th National Conference on HIV/AIDS Therapy. Mumbai, India.

Global Health Panel Discussion

Post Date: 
2015-01-22
Gupta, A. Global Health Panel Discussion. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Global Health Webinar. Baltimore, MD.

Metabolic Complications/Inflammation Lecture

Post Date: 
2015-01-10
Gupta A. Metabolic Complications/Inflammation Lecture. 5th National Conference on HIV/AIDS Therapy. Mumbai, India.

Intro to mHealth

Post Date: 
2014-12-17
Change, L. Intro to mHealth. JHU-GmI Seminar. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.

Quit History, Intentions to Quit, and Reasons for Considering Quitting Among Tobacco Users in India: Findings From the Wave 1 TCP India Survey

Post Date: 
2014-12-05
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Gauri G Dhumal , Mangesh S Pednekar, Lalit J Raute, Prakash C Gupta, Genevieve Sansone, Anne CK Quah, Geoffrey T Fong. Quit History, Intentions to Quit, and Reasons for Considering Quitting Among Tobacco Users in India: Findings From the Wave 1 TCP India Survey. APACT 2013, University of Waterloo,...

Conducting International Clinical Trials: Some Important Considerations

Post Date: 
2014-11-19
Gupta A. Conducting International Clinical Trials: Some Important Considerations. Johns Hopkins Clinical Investigation Course. Baltimore, MD.

GETHealth Summit to Bridge Health Workforce Gap in Developing Countries

Post Date: 
2014-11-10
Bollinger, R. GETHealth Summit to Bridge Health Workforce Gap in Developing Countries. GETHealth Summit. Dublin, Ireland.

Developing a Roadmap for Integration of TB/HIV Activities in Maternal and Child Health Setting

Post Date: 
2014-10-26
Gupta, A. Developing a Roadmap for Integration of TB/HIV Activities in Maternal and Child Health Setting. International Union for Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 45th Union World Conference on Lung Health. Barcelona, Spain.

Global Health Opportunities: Conducting International Health Work from the US

Post Date: 
2014-10-14
Gupta, A. Global Health Opportunities: Conducting International Health Work from the US. Johns Hopkins Medical Student Global Health Elective. Baltimore, MD.

Advancing Public Reporting and Surveillance of Healthcare-associated Infections

Post Date: 
2014-10-06
Bollinger, R. Advancing Public Reporting and Surveillance of Healthcare-associated Infections. ID Week 2014. Philadelphia, PA. 2014.

Conducting HIV Research through the US and India HIV Clinical Trials Units

Post Date: 
2014-06-11
Gupta, A. Conducting HIV Research through the US and India HIV Clinical Trials Units. ICOHRTA-Fogarty Training Program. Baltimore, MD.

Finding Your Passion to Do Your Best Work and Have Fun

Post Date: 
2014-05-31
Page, K. Finding Your Passion to Do Your Best Work and Have Fun. Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement. Kennedy Krieger Institute. Baltimore, MD.

Medicine for the Greater Good—Next Steps

Post Date: 
2014-05-23
Bollinger, R. Medicine for the Greater Good—Next Steps. Residents Conference. Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Department of Internal Medicine. JHU Medicine. Baltimore, MD.

Grant Writing: The Clinician Researcher Perspective

Post Date: 
2014-05-10
Gupta, A. Grant Writing: The Clinician Researcher Perspective. RePORT Meeting. Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research. Pondicherry, India.

Integrating Engineering and Technology in to Prevention

Post Date: 
2014-05-07
Chang, L. Integrating Engineering and Technology in to Prevention. Centers for Intervention and Services Research Meeting. Baltimore, MD.

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Faculty diversity programs in U.S. medical schools and characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity.

Post Date: 
2011-10-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Academic Medicine
Purpose: To describe diversity programs for racial and ethnic minority faculty in U.S. medical schools and identify characteristics associated with higher faculty diversity. Method: The authors conducted a cross-sectional survey study of leaders of diversity programs at 106 U.S. MD-granting medical...

A comparison of online versus on-site training in health research methodology: A randomized study

Post Date: 
2011-06-17
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC Medical Education
Background: Distance learning may be useful for building health research capacity. However, evidence that it can improve knowledge and skills in health research, particularly in resource-poor settings, is limited. We compared the impact and acceptability of teaching two distinct content areas...

Building a global health education network for clinical care and research: the benefits and challenges of distance learning tools

Post Date: 
2011-06-15
Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
Expanding the capacity for clinical care and health research is a global priority and a global challenge. In disenfranchised communities facing the largest burden of disease, whether they be in rural Africa or in urban US, there is a great need for more well-trained, competent and dedicated health...

The Afya Bora Consortium: an Africa-US partnership to train leaders in global health

Post Date: 
2011-06-15
   |   
Publication: 
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
The Afya Bora Consortium is a partnership of eight academic health institutions, four in Africa and four in the United States. The Consortium members have a history of collaboration in four African-U.S. pairs: Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland,...

Early childhood growth among Mahadev Koli tribes of Maharashtra

Post Date: 
2011-06-01
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Voice of Intellectual Man
The present study aims “to study the growth status of the children of age group 0 to 5 years of Mahadev koli”. This cross-sectional study focuses on growth of children of age group 0 to 5 years in Ambegaon Taluka, Pune district, Maharashtra. Using De-facto population, 110 Mahadev Koli- 51 girls and...

Mixed methods evaluation of an international internet-based continuing medical education course for pediatric HIV providers in Pune, India

Post Date: 
2011-04-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Education for Health
Context: Studies of HIV care in Pune, a high-HIV-prevalence city in India, have shown that a significant proportion of practitioners were not adhering to national guidelines due to inadequate awareness and understanding. Objectives: This study examined the...

An assessment of Makerere University College of Health Sciences: optimizing health research capacity to meet Uganda’s priorities

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Health research is critical to the institutional mission of the Makerere College of Health Sciences (MakCHS). Optimizing the alignment of health research capacity at MakCHS with the health needs and priorities of Uganda, as outlined in the country’s Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP),...

A grander challenge: the case of how Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) contributes to health outcomes in Africa

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: "Grand challenges" in global health have focused on discovery and development of technologies to save lives. The "granderchallenge" involves building institutions, systems, capacity and demand to effectively deliver strategies to improve health. In 2008, MakerereUniversity began a...

Situational analysis of teaching and learning of medicine and nursing students at Makerere Univesity College of Health Sciences

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) in Uganda is undergoing a major reform to become a more influential force in society. It is important that its medicine and nursing graduates are equipped to best address the priority health needs of the Ugandan population,...

The organization and implementation of community-based education and service programs for health worker training institutions in Uganda

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Community-based education (CBE) is part of the training curriculum for most health workers in Uganda. Most programs have a stated purpose of strengthening clinical skills, medical knowledge, communication skills, community orientation of graduates, and encouragement of graduates...

Perceptions and valuations of community-based education and service by alumni at Makerere University College of Health Sciences

Post Date: 
2011-03-09
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Background: Training of health professionals can be deliberately structured to enhance rural recruitment by exposing the trainees to the realities of rural life and practice through Community-Based Education and Service (COBE) programs. Few studies have surveyed the alumni of these programs...

Unique aspects of the care of HIV-positive Latino patients living in the United States

Post Date: 
2010-08-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Current HIV/AIDS Reports
Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV, with a higher risk of infection and a delayed presentation to care as compared to non-Hispanic whites. Over the last decade many Latinos, especially foreign-born migrants, have settled in regions of the country with historically low Latino...

High risk for occupational exposure to HIV and utilization of post-exposure prophylaxis in a teaching hospital in Pune, India

Post Date: 
2008-10-21
   |   
Countries: 
   |   
Clinical Sites: 
Publication: 
BMC Infectious Diseases
Background: The risk for occupational exposure to HIV has been well characterized in the developed world, but limited information is available about this transmission risk in resource-constrained settings facing the largest burden of HIV infection. In addition, the feasibility and utilization of...

Telecommunications and health care: An HIV/AIDS warmline for communication and consultation in Rakai, Uganda

Post Date: 
2008-04-25
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care
Hotlines and warmlines have been successfully used in the developed world to provide clinical advice; however, reports on their replicability in resource-limited settings are limited. A warmline was established in Rakai, Uganda, to support an antiretroviral therapy program. Over a 17-month...

Responding to the human resource crisis: Peer health workers, mobile phones, and HIV care in Rakai, Uganda.

Post Date: 
2008-03-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
AIDS Patient Care and STDs
Dear Editor: Two challenges to successful antiretroviral therapy (ART) scale-up in resource-limited settings (RLS) are human resource and healthcare infrastructure limitations.1 We read with interest the modeling study by Bärnighausen et al. which describes the...

Nurses’ health education program in India increases HIV knowledge and reduces fear

Post Date: 
2007-11-30
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Few health care facilities are adequately prepared to manage and care for HIV/AIDS patients in India. Nurses play a critical role in patient care but are often ill-equipped to deal with their own fears of occupational risk and handle the clinical aspects of HIV/AIDS care, leading to stigma and...

U.S. medical resident familiarity with national tuberculosis guidelines

Post Date: 
2007-08-02
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
BMC Infectious Diseases
Background: The ability of medical residents training at U.S. urban medical centers to diagnose and manage tuberculosis cases has important public health implications. We assessed medical resident knowledge about tuberculosis diagnosis and early management based on American Thoracic Society...

The traveling farm wife

Post Date: 
2007-01-15
Publication: 
American Journal of Medicine
In late summer, a 77-year-old woman was hospitalized after 9 days of chills, low-grade fever, fatigue, and generalized weakness. She did not have abdominal pain, coughing, diarrhea, dyspnea, jaundice, nausea, rashes, sore throat, vomiting, or weight loss. Her medical history was significant...

Baseline duty hours recorded with time-cards: a pre-regulation study of internal medicine residents

Post Date: 
2006-07-15
   |   
Countries: 
Publication: 
Medical Education
Objective: The acquisition of data on resident duty hours has been largely dependent on self-report surveys collected in the surgical literature. We sought to implement and describe a simple method for monitoring internal medicine resident duty hours by using time-cards. ...

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World AIDS Week Is Local at BJGMC in Pune, India

Post Date: 
2018-12-20
Performers conduct a play to raise awareness about HIV and HPV
The BJGMC Clinical Research Site convened community awareness activities that focused on HIV and HPV

Venezuela’s health crisis demands an urgent regional response

Post Date: 
2018-11-27
Source: 
The Washington Post
Kathleen Page
Dr. Kathleen Page's OpEd in the Washington Post

Superbugs kill more in India than globally, mortality rate is 13%

Post Date: 
2018-11-20
Source: 
The Times of India
Representative Photo
Dr. Matt Robinson is an author on this study showing the mortality rate from drug-resistant bacteria in India is twice that of high-income countries.

Gupta, Page named Hopkins Mission Honorees

Post Date: 
2018-10-02
Source: 
Hopkins Medicine
Honorees
125 honorees were selected for their outstanding dedication to Hopkins' core values; CCGHE's Amita Gupta and Kathleen Page were among them.

Indian American donors gave more than $1.2 billion to US universities, colleges: report

Post Date: 
2018-10-01
Source: 
The American Bazaar
JHU President Ronald Daniels, Raj Gupta, Kamla Gupta Bob Bollinger, Amita Gupta, JH School of Medicine Dean Paul Rothman
Indian American donors have contributed more than $1.2 billion to US higher education institutions since 2000, according to a new study by the nonprofit Indiaspora.

Cutting off immigrants from public benefits means American children will pay the price

Post Date: 
2018-09-28
Source: 
The Baltimore Sun
Kathleen Page
Dr. Kathleen Page's OpEd in The Baltimore Sun discusses ripple effects that cuts in benefits to immigrants mean for American kids.

CCGHE at the Union 2018

Post Date: 
2018-09-26
Our Union dance card is full! Check out CCGHE's schedule of presentations at this year's conference.

Perspectives: How can we improve mental health services for people living with HIV in the Asia-Pacific?

Post Date: 
2018-09-19
Source: 
amFAR
Nishi Suryavanshi
People living with HIV are known to have higher rates of mental health issues, which can worsen their quality of life and affect adherence to HIV treatment.

Bollinger Installed as Raj & Kamla Gupta Professor of Infectious Diseases

Post Date: 
2018-09-17
Raj and Kamla Gupta and Dr. Robert C. Bollinger
On September 5, CCGHE Director Dr. Robert C. Bollinger was installed as the inaugural recipient of the Raj and Kamla Gupta Professorship in Infectious Diseases, funded by the Ujala Foundation.

Doctor who tackled HIV and other infectious diseases in India honored

Post Date: 
2018-09-11
Source: 
India Abroad
Robert Bollinger
India Abroad article highlights the dedication of the Raj and Kamla Gupta Professorship in Infectious Diseases.

National Institutes of Health Awards emocha Mobile Health $1 Million for Multi-State Study

Post Date: 
2018-08-29
emocha-logo
Bob Bollinger: "It is critical for patients to take tuberculosis medication as prescribed, and research supports new adherence strategies. . . "

Amita Gupta and Sujata Bhatia: Doing a World of Good

Post Date: 
2018-08-29
Source: 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Amita Gupta
Amita Gupta is interviewed by AIChE about the intersection of chemical engineering and medicine.

$17M is awarded to support HIV, disease ecology, mHealth projects

Post Date: 
2018-08-16
Source: 
Global Health Matters
NIH Fogarty International Center Logo
Larry Chang's Multidisciplinary Research Training to Understand and Reduce HIV Incidence in Uganda is among the funded projects.

World Tuberculosis (TB) Day Recognized with Community Event at BJGMC

Post Date: 
2018-04-17
World Health Day group activities at BJGMC Clinical Research Site in Pune, India
This year's themes: Maintaining healthy nutrition, addressing mental health challenges, and the latest in TB research.

CCGHE at CROI 2018

Post Date: 
2018-03-05
Check out where and when CCGHE presented at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections. One Month of Rifapentine/Isoniazid to Prevent TB In People With HIV: Brief-TB/A5279 Swindells S, Ramchandani R, Gupta A, Benson CA, Leon-Cruz JT, Omoz-Oarhe A...

2017 Year in Review

Post Date: 
2018-02-19
What a year! Our 2017 Year In Review outlines the most ambitious 365 days we’ve had to date.

Uniting for a Healthier India

Post Date: 
2018-02-14
"The Indo-US clinical research & education partnership started with a single NIH grant to study maternal-infant HIV transmission." Now with 76 studies underway, this short film chronicles the history & impact of our work in India.

The Health App that Beat Hurricane Harvey

Post Date: 
2018-01-18
Source: 
Politico
CCGHE invented the emocha Mobile Health platform, and it's changing the way tuberculosis patients are cared for.

World AIDS Day: BJGMC Team Offers Community Counseling and Preventive Care

Post Date: 
2017-12-21
150 people participated in a non-communicable diseases awareness camp for people in Pune, India, living with HIV.

Celebrating Johns Hopkins Medicine's impact in India

Post Date: 
2017-12-13
Source: 
The Campaign for Johns Hopkins Medicine
In 4 years, the CCGHE has tripled its capacity for conducting research on grave health threats, thanks to strong philanthropic support.

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