Bringing the best of Hopkins and India together to benefit the world.We mobilize Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, students, and alumni to work with partners in India to improve society through research, education, policy and practice.
Collaboration Agreement with IIT Bombay and Roundtable Discussion Shine a Spotlight on Digital HealthNews Johns Hopkins University has finalized a collaboration agreement with the Indian Institute of Bombay (IIT-B) with the goals of conducting joint research in digital health and provide training opportunities that build capacity in interdisciplinary health science research.
World TB Day: Richard Chaisson SpotlightHighlight “There are literally billions of people in the world who are infected with TB already and are at risk of getting sick with it in the future. It’s a problem that will stick around for a long time to come, even if we developed the most perfect tools imaginable.”
Empowering Health for All: Exploring Digital Innovations for Health EquityEvents Check out the recording of this special hybrid event marking a new collaboration between Johns Hopkins University and the Koita Centre for Digital Health at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
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Ishir Sharma Student SpotlightHighlight GUPTA-KLINSKY INDIA INSTITUTE, MARCH 15, 2023
“Being an international student is a huge part of my identity.” Ishir Sharma, a Bengaluru native, can easily be defined as a modern-day Renaissance man. Read more to find out why.
GKII appoints new faculty co-chair and executive directorNews GUPTA-KLINSKY INDIA INSTITUTE, JANUARY 19, 2023
Welcoming Sara Bennett as the new faculty co-chair and Melody McCoy as GKII’s inaugural executive director.
Breakthrough Research Grant Awardees AnnouncedNews GKII, JANUARY 17, 2023
We pleased to announce the 2022 awardees for GKII’s Breakthrough Research Grants Program! The Breakthrough Research Grants Program is designed to support JHU faculty pilot projects involving interdisciplinary collaborations with India-based research institutes. This inaugural opportunity focused on non-communicable diseases and disorders (NCDs) across the human lifespan.