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Category : Fellows
As part of SAI’s Boston Bangalore Biosciences Beginnings (B4) Program, five postdoctoral fellows from India will spend a year working at a variety of science labs across Harvard. The fellows have range of specialties, from plant physiology, computational biology, evolutionary cell biology, to molecular genetics.
Fake, substandard, and otherwise compromised medicines are a deadly problem in South Asia and globally. Dr. Muhammad Zaman, visiting faculty at SAI, is working to develop a low-cost, portable and fast way to measure a drug’s purity.
Working Paper: Domestic Violence and Social Change: Feminist Informal Justice systems in India and Bangladesh
In an article for the Indian Express, Satchit Balsari and Tarun Khanna write that the proposed National e-Health Authority could launch a digital health revolution in India, but safeguards need to be in place to protect patients’ privacy. This is in follow up to the recently held Radcliffe Advanced Seminar, “Exchanging Health Information.”
See what the SAI community is thankful for this year.
During their time at Harvard, the artists will display their work on campus, meet with students, attend courses, and give a public seminar.
The workshop will bring together experts to exchange ideas as an initial step toward the goal of a broader collaborative research project.
SAI hosted a seminar with the Radcliffe Institute in September that sought to identify the technical and policy barriers to better health information exchange, with a focus on India.
Ojha’s research focuses on labour, maritime history and urban history, particulary Bombay dock labour.