News by Year - 2014

Joint Pledge of More than $5 Million to Support Health Research and Education in India

Post Date: 
2014-11-18
Source: 
The Campaign for Johns Hopkins
Gifts from the Ujala and Wyncote Foundations will create professorships and named scholars at the Center for Clinical Global Health Education For more than two decades, the Center for Clinical Global Health Education (CCGHE) at Johns Hopkins Medicine has supported the development of India's current...

Baltimore tests mobile app for monitoring TB patients

Post Date: 
2014-10-24
Source: 
The Daily Record
The Baltimore City Health Department is piloting a mobile app that helps patients adhere to their medication regimen while reducing the burden on clinicians of monitoring those patients. The app, called miDOT, was developed by a company called emocha Mobile Health Inc., which is working out of the...

Health department launches TB trial with emocha app

Post Date: 
2014-10-22
Source: 
Technical.ly Baltimore
Tuberculosis is both tough to treat and medically cumbersome to manage. Under directly observed therapy, a medical professional has to watch a patient take his or her medication for at least six months. A Baltimore health IT startup may help lighten that load. The Baltimore City Health Department...

Where in the world: A look at JHU's global endeavors in India

Post Date: 
2014-09-01
Source: 
Johns Hopkins Gazette
Combating a TB epidemic India accounts for one-quarter of the cases of tuberculosis infection globally, and nearly 40 percent of its population is infected with the disease, which kills 1.4 million people a year. Researchers in the School of Medicine's Center for Clinical Global Health Education...

Hewlett Packard Generously Supports CCGHE Indo-US Research Initiative

Post Date: 
2014-06-25
In June 2014, five visiting physicians from Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College (BJGMC), Pune, India, were delighted to receive brand new laptops from Hewlett Packard (HP) for their training in epidemiology and clinical research. Drs. Geeta Pardeshi (Associate Professor of Preventive...