KI India Seminar
For the third year in a row we are arranging a seminar on ‘KI collaboration with India’.
The collaboration with India is increasing and the last two year’s India-seminars have been greatly appreciated. This year the seminar will be held on May 26th and there will be a few short presentations based on the themes:
- Communicable diseases
- Non communicable diseases
- Educational exchange
The presentations will be followed by a poster exhibition, discussion and the possibility to network. All are welcome, both those who are already collaborating with India regarding research or education and also those interested in such collaboration in the future.
Please indicate your interest in attending to Martina Vallin (email@example.com).
Coffee/tea and snacks will be served. Welcome!
13.00 Welcome by Karolinska Institutet (KI) India coordinator Professor Cecilia Stålsby Lundborg
Speech by Ambassador of India to Sweden and Latvia, Mrs. Banashri Bose Harrison, 'India-Sweden Collaboration in Healthcare Sector - Potential and Opportunities'
- From PhD to postdoc: changing behaviours in relation to non-communicable diseases - Meena Daivadanam
- Long-term and diverse collaboration between RD Gardi Medical College and Karolinska Institutet - Vishal Diwan
- “State-wide performance based financing program to promote institutional delivery among below poverty line women in Gujarat, India: Who participates, who does not and the degree of financial subsidy provided by the Chiranjeevi Yojana Program” - Kristi Sydney
- Migration, vulnerability and access to maternal healthcare and child immunisation in Mumbai, India - Sivakami Muthusamy
14.10-14.30 Poster exhibition and “fika”
- Predictive influenza peptide microarrays – who’s at risk for H1N1 virus infection? - Aditya Ambati
- cMyc-p53 feedback mechanism regulates the dynamics of T cell immune response - Harsha S Madapura
- Development of a high-throughput molecular surveillance phylogeographic tool to track HIV-1 transmission network - Ujjwal Neogi
- A step-wise approach towards introduction of an alcohol based hand rub, and implementation of front line ownership- using a, rural, tertiary care hospital in central India as a model - Megha Sharma
- The study of respiratory illness among brick kilns workers of Maharashtra - Bal Rakshase
15.30 General discussions and final remarks by India coordinator Professor Cecilia Stålsby Lundborg