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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.

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.

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.

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.

Enhanced immigration enforcement in US could worsen HIV epidemic

Post Date: 
2018-07-21
Source: 
Infectious Disease News (via Healio)
Infectious Disease News-Healio
Kathleen Page: Immigrants living in fear of deportation often limit the use of services that they believe could expose them to authorities.

Infectious Diseases Can Be Tackled, Here are 3 Solutions

Post Date: 
2018-05-09
Source: 
The Hill
The Hill
Bob Bollinger: Quick delivery of care to sick patients eases the human impact and lowers the cost of disease.

Isoniazid preventive therapy: do the risks outweigh the benefits in pregnant women with HIV?

Post Date: 
2018-03-13
Source: 
aidsmap
. . . Isoniazid preventive therapy (IPT) during and after pregnancy in women living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy (ART) in tuberculosis (TB) endemic areas in Africa, Asia and Haiti resulted in serious adverse events quite possibly attributable to isoniazid with no significant reduction in TB...

No difference in safety for HIV+ pregnant women deferring TB Tx

Post Date: 
2018-03-09
Source: 
MedPage Today
First randomized clinical trail of IPT in pregnant and postpartum women may suggest need for WHO guideline change.

Adverse pregnancy outcomes with isoniazid preventive therapy in HIV

Post Date: 
2018-03-09
Source: 
Infectious Disease Advisor
. . . The safety of IPT in pregnant women with HIV is unknown, especially with regard to its combination with highly active antiretroviral therapy (ART). Amita Gupta, MD, deputy director of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Clinical Global Health Education at the Johns Hopkins...

Preventive TB therapy during pregnancy causes excessive adverse events

Post Date: 
2018-03-08
Source: 
Healio Infectious Disease News
. . . “Identifying ways to prevent TB during pregnancy and the postpartum period is a really important way to address maternal and infant health for a globally important disease such as tuberculosis,” Amita Gupta, MD, MHS, associate professor of medicine and international health and deputy director...

Study Results for IMPAACT P1078 Presented at CROI 2018

Post Date: 
2018-03-07
Source: 
IMPAACT Network News
IMPAACT Network News: Dr. Amita Gupta presented findings at CROI 2018.

TB medication adherence rates up, thanks to smartphone app

Post Date: 
2018-03-02
Source: 
YourCentralValley.com (Fresno, CA)
Emocha's app is helping tuberculosis patients in Fresno County stick to their treatment plans.

WHO sets disease priorities for 2018; Tuberculosis once again not included

Post Date: 
2018-02-15
Source: 
Contagion Live: Infectious Diseases Today
CCGHE Director Bob Bollinger weighs in on WHO's priority pathogens for 2018.

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.

In-Depth: How digital health technologies can help the United States address the opioid epidemic

Post Date: 
2018-01-05
Source: 
MobiHealthNews
Bob Bollinger interviewed about utility of mobile health in keeping patients connected to care.

Notes from the Field: Use of Asynchronous Video Directly Observed Therapy for Treatment of Tuberculosis and Latent Tuberculosis Infection in a Long-Term–Care Facility ― Puerto Rico, 2016–2017

Post Date: 
2017-12-22
Source: 
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
emocha's video Directly Observed Therapy is highlighted in this report.

Notes from the Field--Tuberculosis Control Activities After Hurricane Harvey--Texas, 2017

Post Date: 
2017-12-15
Source: 
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
emocha's video Directly Observed Therapy helped officials maintain continuity of care for TB patients following Hurricane Harvey.

Upstarts: A Better Blood Test?

Post Date: 
2017-12-15
Source: 
JHU Engineering Impact
The miLAB handheld diagnostic project led by Dr. Bob Bollinger is the feature of this report.

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