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  • How to cope with anxiety and panic during public health crises like the COVID-19 pandemic.   

  • By integrating mobile technology, diagnostics and behavior change science, the Aina device aims to aid the fight against diabetes.

  • Pacify Medical, a Nexus-trained start-up, has developed an innovative device that sprays skin on wounds to help reduce surgery time and accelerate healing.

  • Nexus Incubator-trained Fabiosys Innovations has developed antiviral fabrics that could be used to make protective gowns for health care workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Indian graduate student Prasun Chatterjee’s work presents a new approach for detecting toxic heavy metals contamination in water.

  • Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellow Dr. Debanshu Roy works with the e-Health division of India’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to strategize the roadmap for digital health priorities.

  • Model developed at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory could reduce false positives and unnecessary surgeries.

  • The Mera Aspataal application developed by USAID/India helps collect feedback from patients to establish a responsive and accountable healthcare system.

  • USAID-funded Project Samvad communicates best practices related to health and nutrition through videos and other digital tools.

  • Nonprofit company’s unique business model could revolutionize the way poor patients are tested for disease.

  • Fulbright-Nehru Senior Research Scholar Dr. Rajib Dasgupta discusses ways to deal with seasonal disease cycles and the role of U.S.-India collaborations in the public health sector.

  • Nexus-supported start-up Docturnal provides screening and diagnostics for various diseases through smartphone apps.

  • A USAID-funded project is using artificial intelligence to help India overcome some of the biggest problems in eliminating tuberculosis.

  • You may not realize it, but simple choices about what you eat and where you spend your time can protect you from diabetes.