Since September 2016, I have been performing CDC-supported research to assess the epidemiology of neonatal sepsis in NICUs in India and to develop interventions to reduce rates of sepsis, and a related study was funded in 2018 to assess reservoirs of transmission for organisms associated with sepsis in the NICU. I am particularly interested in describing the epidemiology of colonization and infection with antibiotic-resistant bacteria, including identifying reservoirs of transmission and using novel techniques in healthcare epidemiology to reduce risk of healthcare-associated infections. I receive current NIH support to continue this work in India.