Johns Hopkins & India Together: Overview
The global impact of Johns Hopkins partnerships with India over the last 75-years is rooted in health and education. Our future together is being written by new collaborations on ground breaking technologies and climate and energy solutions. The Gupta-Klinsky India Institute at Johns Hopkins University (GKII) focuses on fostering impactful partnerships between the university and Indian organizations that have world-changing potential.
GKII is led by Dr. Amita Gupta, Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Dr. David Peters, Chair of the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The institute is guided by faculty representatives from multiple disciplines across John Hopkins University.
- Rina Agarwala (Krieger School of Arts and Sciences)
- Robert Bollinger (School of Medicine)
- Pravin Krishna (School of Advanced International Studies)
- Nagpurnanand Prabhala (Carey School of Business)
- Kunal Parikh (Whiting School of Engineering, School of Medicine)
- Nancy Reynolds (School of Nursing)
- Mathuram Santosham (Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Medicine)
- Sridevi Sarma (Whiting School of Engineering).
GKII comprises more than 165 Johns Hopkins University faculty who focus on research, education, practice, and policy across a wide variety of professional fields:
- Arts & Culture
- Climate & Environmental Science
- Data Science
- Emerging Technologies
- International Affairs
- Mental Health
- Public Health
- Social Sciences