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Building Bridges to a Healthier India

Post Date: 
2015-05-19
Year One Campaign Report, May 2015

Ujala Foundation Recognized for Commitment to Hopkins Work in India

Post Date: 
2015-04-30
Back Row: Ashlyn Sowell, Kelly Dooley, Jessica Elf, Rupak Shivakoti, Natasha Chida, Akshay Gupte, Jyoti Mathad, Leslie Bernard. Front Row: Molly Bowen, Bob Bollinger, Kamla Gupta, Raj Gupta, Amita Gupta, Jane McKenzie-White Photography: Jon Cristofersen Baltimore, MD—On April 30, 2015, the Ujala...

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...

Confronting Gender-based Violence Symposium

Post Date: 
2011-12-01
In December 2011, CCGHE and the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing hosted an event to launch a distance education course for clinicians focused on the prevention and management of gender-based violence. A live video link was established between Johns Hopkins Univeristy, Addis Ababa University in...

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Johns Hopkins deploys mobile health app to assist frontline health workers

Post Date: 
2020-04-02
Source: 
America's News Room | FOX News
Fox News Interview
FOX News: The emocha Mobile Health app is helping Hopkins health workers self monitor for COVID-19.

EMA Panel Backs Pretomanid for Drug-Resistant TB

Post Date: 
2020-03-31
Source: 
Medscape
Amita Gupta is mentioned in this article.

HIV-ASSIST Uses Algorithms in Appropriate ART-Regimen Selection

Post Date: 
2020-03-31
Source: 
Contagion, Infectious Diseases Today
Dr. Maunank Shah
Contagion highlights a randomized study of HIV-ASSIST recently published in Clinical Infectious Diseases by Maunank Shah and colleagues.

What Would It Take to Lift Coronavirus Restrictions? Experts Weigh In

Post Date: 
2020-03-25
Source: 
Bloomberg News
“We need to absorb the pain now,” says Larry W. Chang, an infectious disease doctor and researcher at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “If you lift restrictions early, the number of infected people will skyrocket. Hospitals will be overwhelmed.” That might cause state and local...

Loopholes may lead to China’s 2nd wave of viral outbreaks

Post Date: 
2020-03-23
Source: 
Global Times (China)
Some overseas experts also warned that covert coronavirus infections could lead to new outbreaks, while scientists are now rushing to estimate the proportion of people with mild or no symptoms who could be spreading the pathogen, according to an article published by Nature on Friday. Also some...

Time for China to help US fight against pandemic

Post Date: 
2020-03-21
Source: 
Global Times (China)
"The immediate need is for more PPE and testing capabilities," Larry William Chang, an infectious diseases expert from of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, told the Global Times via email. Chang noted that the major challenges the US faces include inadequate supplies of PPE, ventilators, and...

Do Anti-Inflammatories Like Ibuprofen Aggravate Coronavirus?

Post Date: 
2020-03-20
Source: 
US News and World Report
“Unfortunately, with so many places experiencing patients with COVID-19, almost inevitably we’re going to see some strange associations, and it’s hard to know what’s going to be real and what’s noise,” says Dr. Larry William Chang, associate professor of medicine, epidemiology and international...

Could the Coronavirus Topple Nicolas Maduro's Regime in Venezuela?

Post Date: 
2020-03-20
Source: 
TIME
Dr. Kathleen Page
TIME: Dr. Kathleen Page: “I fear that Venezuela is going to have one of the highest mortality in the world from this disease.”

VERIFY: No, hand dryers will not kill the coronavirus; They won't spread it either

Post Date: 
2020-03-17
Source: 
WUSA9 (CBS, Washington, DC)
"Hand dryers are not effective," the WHO wrote. "In killing the new coronavirus." Dr. Larry Chang from Johns Hopkins University agreed. "There's no evidence that hand drying reaches enough temperatures," he said. "Or that drying out the virus is going to prevent transmission."

Rifapentine demonstrates efficacy for pregnant women, including those with HIV

Post Date: 
2020-03-14
Source: 
Infectious Disease News via Healio
Dr. Jyoti Mathad
Infectious Disease News via Healio: Jyoti Mathad discusses findings from the IMPAACT 2001 clinical trial.

VERIFY: No, mosquitoes will not give you coronavirus

Post Date: 
2020-03-13
Source: 
WUSA9 (CBS, Washington, DC)
To find out the truth, the Verify Team reached out to Dr. Larry William Chang, an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University. He said that this blame of the mosquito is nothing new. “The mosquito has been implicated in a lot of things," he said. "Way back when it was implicated...

VERIFY: No, sipping water will not prevent coronavirus, as claimed in viral post

Post Date: 
2020-03-12
Source: 
2020-03-12: WUSA9 (CBS, Washington, DC)
Chang said that the virus is transmitted by small droplets, that are released when someone coughs or sneezes. He said the tiny droplets will then attach themselves to a person's cells. "When you're drinking water," he said. "You're not going to wash away virus, which may have already gone inside...

DBT-NIH support 9th annual meeting of RePORT India

Post Date: 
2020-02-17
Source: 
BioSpectrum
Representatives of RePORT India and P. D. Hinduja Hospital
Consortium is chaired by Dr. Sonali Sarkar on the Indian side and Dr. Amita Gupta U.S. side, with oversight provided by DBT and NIH.

In pregnant women on ART, safer to initiate isoniazid after delivery

Post Date: 
2019-10-08
Source: 
healio.com
Initiating 28-week isoniazid therapy during pregnancy was noninferior to initiating it 12 weeks after delivery to prevent tuberculosis in pregnant women with HIV who are on ART.

Pune part of clinical trial to prevent TB in people exposed to multi-drug resistant cases

Post Date: 
2019-08-28
Source: 
The Indian Express
PHOENIX Study Team Members meet with local government health officials in Pune
Indian Express: Drs. Vidya Mave and Nishi Suryavanshi are quoted in this news article about a recent PHOENIx trial event at BJGMC Clinical Research Site

Ending the HIV Epidemic: On Baltimore's Front Lines

Post Date: 
2019-08-14
Source: 
WYPR: Baltimore NPR Affiliate
WYPR Logo
WYPR: Kathleen Page discusses the status of HIV in a panel interview

Cured TB patients run risk of lung disease: Study

Post Date: 
2019-06-03
Source: 
The Telegraph (India)
Akshay Gupte
Dr. Akshay Gupte comments on recent findings that many who've recovered from TB face increased risk of COPD

U.S. wants UN to revoke credentials of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s government

Post Date: 
2019-04-12
Source: 
Reuters
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence called on the United Nations on Wednesday to revoke the U.N. credentials of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s government and recognize opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country’s legitimate leader.

U.S. calls on UN to oust Maduro and recognise challenger

Post Date: 
2019-04-11
Source: 
Canada Standard
The UN Security Security remains stalemated by veto-wielding members Russia and the United States. The council has been powerless since the start of the year when the crisis gripping the country escalated following elections in January.

Venezuela’s needs ‘significant and growing’ UN humanitarian chief warns Security Council, as ‘unparalleled’ exodus continues

Post Date: 
2019-04-11
Source: 
UN News
Kathleen Page
UN News: Dr. Kathleen Page & colleagues briefed the UN Security Council on Venezuela's health crisis

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