GKII September Newsletter

Gupta-Klinsky India Institute, September 15, 2022 Check out our September, 2022 newsletter as we launch a new seed grant development program, a spotlight on on Dr. Sunil Solomon, and provide more information on our inaugural annual conference!

Sunil Solomon Faculty Spotlight

Gupta-Klinsky India Institute, September 15, 2022 “It’s not about the publications or anything else, it’s about making a difference in the lives of people walking through your doors.”

GKII August Newsletter

Gupta Klinksy India Institute, August 15, 2022 Check out our August, 2022 newsletter as we celebrate India's 75 independence day. We also have several upcoming events, a major award for tuberculosis research, and many career development opportunities.

GKII July Newsletter

Gupta Klinksy India Institute, July 15, 2022 Check out our July, 2022 newsletter to check out our latest webinar series, our upcoming townhall, and other news of interest.

GKII June Newsletter

Gupta-Klinsky India Institute, June 17, 2022 Check out our June, 2022 newsletter for the latest news regarding GKII, featuring a gift from an alumnus and information on upcoming events and opportunities.

GKII Receives $250,000 Gift from JHU Alumnus Girish and Himangi Rishi

Gupta-Klinsky India Institute, May 24, 2022 May 25, 2022: Philanthropy focuses on projects addressing food and health systems and maternal and child health

GKII May Newsletter

Gupta-Klinsky India Institute, May 16, 2022 Check out our May, 2022 newsletter for the latest news regarding GKII, and information on upcoming events and opportunities.

GKII April Newsletter

Gupta-Klinsky India Institute, April 15, 2022 The April 15, 2022 newsletter explains our name change, India 2022 Tour, and more news.

Johns Hopkins India Institute renamed

Gupta-Klinsky India Institute, April 01, 2022 Our new name reflects the generosity of a transformational gift from two philanthropists committed to making an impact in India and beyond.

JHII March Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, March 15, 2022 The March 15, 2022 newsletter features two new faculty spotlights, an MCHI course, and new TB research news.

Indian Ambassador Visits Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins India Institute, March 01, 2022 It was our honor and pleasure to host his Excellency, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, Indian Ambassador to the United States, and his delegation, including Dr. Dhanajay Tiwary (Head, Science & Technology Wing), Ms. Suja Menon (Head, Commerce Wing), and Mr. Stephen Mani (Ambassador’s Chief of Staff) on February 2, 2022. Their visit centered around discussions of mutual interest in healthcare, engineering and emerging technologies, energy, and education.

JHII February Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, February 15, 2022 The Feb. 15, 2022 newsletter features the Indian Ambassador's visit, and some upcoming and recorded events.

JHII January Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, January 14, 2022 The Jan. 14, 2022 newsletter features a faculty spotlight, student support opportunities, the new website launch, and more!

JHII December Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, December 16, 2021 The Dec. 16, 2021 newsletter features a special thanks video, JHII's new Facebook page, the latest COVID-19 news and past recorded events.

Thanks To You

Johns Hopkins India Institute, December 13, 2021 Hear about some of the amazing accomplishments our partners achieved with your support.

COVID Task Force Impact Report

Johns Hopkins India Institute, December 13, 2021 Learn about the impact of JHII's COVID-19 Task Force during India's second wave, made possible through the generosity of donors who contributed $2.2 million to the effort.

Responding to Needs on the Ground

Johns Hopkins India Institute, November 19, 2021 The team in Pune acted swiftly to address patient and healthcare worker needs during India's second wave

Researchers Identify Biomarker that Heralds Poor Outcomes in TB Patients

Johns Hopkins India Institute, November 19, 2021 By Colter Billings & Molly Bowen

Gauri Dhumal and Neetal Nevrekar Receive PEER Grant Award

Johns Hopkins India Institute, November 19, 2021 By Neetal Nevrekar & Colter Billings

YRGCARE and Partners Poised to Vaccinate 2,000 in Chennai

Johns Hopkins India Institute, November 19, 2021 By Aylur Ganesh, YRGCARE

JHII November Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, November 13, 2021 The Nov. 13, 2021 newsletter features a new study by Dr. Akshay Gupte, the launch of India's first transgender clinic, two PEER award recipients, and graduate student opportunities.

JHII October Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, October 14, 2021 The Oct. 14 2021 newsletter features the "Teeka Lagwaya Na?" campaign, a special thanks, news events, the latest in research, and student opportunities.

Teeka Lagwaya Na?

Johns Hopkins India Institute, October 12, 2021 Dr. Brian Wahl and partners developed this public campaign to address COVID vaccine hesitancy in India. 3 videos pose one simple question: “You’ve been vaccinated, right?”

JHII September Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, September 10, 2021 The Sept. 10, 2021 newsletter features revised TB guidelines, COVID-19 inflammation treatments by Sujatha Kannan and Kannan Rangaramanujam, and the latest in events, news, and research.

JHII August Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, August 13, 2021 The Aug. 13 2021 newsletter features YRG Care, CMC Vellore and JHU SON, and more.

JHII July Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, July 14, 2021 The July 14 newsletter features the JHU-India CRT, confronting the COVID-19 crisis, COVID GYAN videos, special thanks, and multiple events.

JHII June Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, June 16, 2021 The June 16, 2021 newsletter features the Maternal and Child Health Center in India, a thesis seminar, recent news, and COVID-19 Resources.

JHII's First Newsletter

Johns Hopkins India Institute, June 02, 2021 The first ever Johns Hopkins India Institute Newsletter draws attention to Assistance Centers in West Bengal and Jharkhand, fellowship opportunities, recent news, and multiple events!