The Latest from GKII
News GUPTA-KLINSKY INDIA INSTITUTE, NOVEMBER 15, 2023
This newsletter details our latest Breakthrough Grant, newest team member, two events we hosted in India, three features spotlights, and a JHU Diwali celebration. Check it out!
Opportunity GUPTA-KLINSKY INDIA INSTITUTE, NOVEMBER 11, 2023
We’re delighted to announce the launch of our Breakthrough Research Grant with the Koita Centre for Digital Health – KCDH (IIT Bombay). This funding opportunity supports pilot projects led by faculty members from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and The Johns Hopkins University that involve interdisciplinary collaborations.
Highlight GUPTA-KLINSKY INDIA INSTITUTE, OCTOBER 13, 2023
We are pleased to announce Austin Schmidt, Rose Pollard Kaptchuk, and Manvi Poddar as the 2023 awardees of GKII’s Girish and Himangi Rishi Student Travel Grant supporting field placement projects with the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health.
Recent Media Coverage
Highlight CAREY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, NOVEMBER 02, 2023
The Maryland Department of Commerce announced that it has awarded $1 million in support of the Center for Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence, also known as CDHAI, housed at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. That award was matched by $1.97 million in qualified donations.
Highlight WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, OCTOBER 16, 2023
Rama Chellappa, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in electrical and computer engineering and biomedical engineering, has been selected to receive the Distinguished Researcher Award from IEEE Computer Society’s Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence Technical Committee.
News THE HUB, OCTOBER 02, 2023
Researchers led by Nilanjan Chatterjee, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of biostatistics and genetic epidemiology at Johns Hopkins, have developed a new method with significant potential to improve the performance of polygenic risk scores in minority populations. The method, called CT-SLEB, is detailed in a paper published in Nature Genetics.