A USAID-supported drone project is helping bolster TB diagnosis in hard-to-reach areas by delivering samples quickly to laboratories for testing.
The Utkrisht Development Impact Bond helps small private health facilities in Rajasthan improve their quality of maternal and neonatal care.
Nexus-trained company Ramja Genosensor's device can detect infection and antimicrobial resistance in just 90 minutes
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A USAID-funded project is using artificial intelligence to help India overcome some of the biggest problems in eliminating tuberculosis.
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.
Canfem, a Nexus-trained social enterprise, helps breast cancer survivors through tailored products and support services.
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.
An international collaboration between virologists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and vaccine companies FluGen and Bharat Biotech has started the testing of CoroFlu, a potential vaccine against COVID-19.
Students of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health’s India programs travel to West Bengal and Karnataka to research and gain knowledge of global public health topics.
Nexus Incubator-trained BoomNBuzz’s portable, renewable energy-powered health platform provides diagnosis and health screening in rural India.
Researchers in the United States and India collaborate to create an innovative device to help treat tuberculosis.
Manasi Kulkarni’s Nexus-supported start-up is developing a non-invasive device to measure blood glucose levels quickly and painlessly.
iBreastExam, developed by Indo-U.S. teams, helps make early detection of breast cancer accessible, affordable and painless.
Nexus-trained GnomikX provides saliva-based genetic testing, and counseling, for prevention and management of lifestyle disorders like diabetes, hypertension and obesity.
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.
U.S. Health Attaché to India Dr. Preetha Rajaraman talks about U.S.-India partnerships on health innovations to address some of the biggest health-related challenges of today’s world.
Project ECHO, started by Albuquerque-based Dr. Sanjeev Arora, combines technology, mentoring and medical expertise to increase health care access for underserved communities in India.
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.
USAID-funded Project Samvad communicates best practices related to health and nutrition through videos and other digital tools.
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.
Nexus-trained CogniABle integrates technology and clinical expertise to provide accessible and affordable screening as well as treatment solutions for neuro-developmental disorders like autism.
Harvard University student Kavya Kopparapu works at the intersection of medicine and technology to innovate life-saving solutions.
American water technology company Xylem works to mitigate pollution to provide safe drinking water and ensure its sustainable use.
American Fulbright-Nehru Scholar Dr. Gita Mehta believes that empowering physicians with effective communication skills can help improve patient care and outcomes.
Akash Shah’s start-up Care/of delivers personalized vitamin packs to consumers via monthly subscriptions.