Harvard University student Kavya Kopparapu works at the intersection of medicine and technology to innovate life-saving solutions.
Nexus-trained Gitanjali Banerjee’s start-up, Femtech Fertility Dost, provides women and couples a platform to talk about fertility-related problems and preventive solutions.
Bilateral cooperation between the United States and India in health and biomedical innovation has had impressive results, but it holds the promise of even better outcomes and further innovations in the years to come.
Vaccines against infectious diseases save millions of lives. See how U.S. innovators are contributing to global efforts to stop COVID-19 and other diseases.
Eradication of the disease in India would be a huge step toward ending it everywhere.
Millennium Alliance awardee Aindra Systems’ CervAstra utilizes artificial intelligence to provide smart, fast and affordable screening for cervical cancer.
Fulbright-Nehru Student Researcher Hannah Lider focused on defining the challenges of current hemoglobin measuring devices and designing a data storage bangle for effective antenatal care in India’s rural areas.
A USAID-funded project is using artificial intelligence to help India overcome some of the biggest problems in eliminating tuberculosis.
USAID-funded Project Samvad communicates best practices related to health and nutrition through videos and other digital tools.
The U.S. government-supported clinics in Hyderabad and Imphal provide the transgender community access to medical and psychosocial services in a stigma-free environment.