Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence fellow Rajesh Dave focuses on using research innovations to facilitate the delivery of personalized medicine.
Akash Shah’s start-up Care/of delivers personalized vitamin packs to consumers via monthly subscriptions.
Five ways to keep your environment clean (and keep yourself healthy).
iBreastExam, developed by Indo-U.S. teams, helps make early detection of breast cancer accessible, affordable and painless.
An emergency medical service started in Mumbai by American physicians of Indian origin aims to provide quick and timely treatment.
A bulk of the technical development work for GE Healthcare’s Edison AI-based health care platform takes place in India, where the company invests a big proportion of its R&D spends.
New design can be tuned to an individual’s body weight and size.
Out of nearly 300 million people who need spectacles, only 40 million have access to eye care and glasses.
Fulbright-Nehru Student Researcher Kayla Huemer's project focused on developing a low-cost solution to identify patients at highest risk of developing diabetic foot ulcers.
It’s worse than a scratchy throat. Greenhouse gases and airborne particulate matter taken into the lungs penetrate the body and can create serious illnesses and damage children’s developing lungs.
Canfem, a social enterprise which received training at the Nexus Start-up Hub, helps breast cancer survivors through tailored products and support services.
The University of South Florida is working to establish a unique Indigenous Studies Field School in Arunachal Pradesh, in partnership with Rajiv Gandhi University and RIWATCH.
Genetic counselors guide patients through the discovery and management of genetic conditions.
Nexus Incubator-trained BoomNBuzz’s portable, renewable energy-powered health platform provides diagnosis and health screening in rural India.