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  • 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.