GVS Murthy, Director, Indian Institute of Public Health, Hyderabad; Vice President for Public Health Foundation of India.
Donald S. Burke,
Dean of the Graduate School of
Public Health, and Associate Vice Chancellor for
Global Health, University of Pittsburgh, USA.
Shahid Jameel, CEO, Wellcome Trust DBT India Alliance, India.
Senior Lecturer in
Population Biology, Imperial India College London, UK.
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Public Health, University of
Last date for receipt of applications:
Notification to the selected applicants by email: January 11, 2016.
Confirmation of acceptance to be emailed by the selected applicants: January 15, 2016.
1. Interested Applicants may download and print the Registration Form,
fill up all the fields, sign it at the bottom, scan and
submit the same by email to the Organizers at
email@example.com by the
specified deadline. Also he/she must attach,to
the same email, a scanned letter of recommendation, with sign and seal,
from his/her Supervisor / Head of institution, addressing
the relevance of this symposium to his/her research.
2. If applying as a team, then (a) there may at most be 3 members in a
team, preferably including a faculty member, and
3. The selected applicants will be notified directly by email.
3. Symposium Agenda
4. List of Participants
7. Distinguished Lecture by Randy Carter
9. Group Photo
10. HADM 2016 Development Grants Call for Applications (Deadline: April 30, 2016)
Indian Institute of Public Health, Hyderabad
an institute of Public Health Foundation of India
(PHFI commenced its activities in 2008, with a mission to
deliver public health education, pursue research and advocacy and
support policy development. It lays strong emphasis
on pursuing public health policy, practice, training and research,
positioning its programs according to the public
health priorities of the state and the nation. The institute has brought
together a highly qualified and diverse faculty, of
nationally and internationally trained and extremely motivated public
health academics and practitioners.
The Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh, USA, founded in 1948, is a top- ranked, internationally respected center of learning and research that prepares students to influence public health practices and medical care across the country and around the world. With seven outstanding departments, distinguished faculty, innovative research centers and projects, and more than 6,600 alumni, the school is recognized for its significant contributions to multiple areas of public health on the local, national, and international level. It has a rich history of conducting ground-breaking research, from the development of the polio vaccine in the 1950s to timely studies of HIV/AIDS in the 1980s, to today's virtual modeling of the spread of infectious disease.
Pyne, IIPH Hyderabad
|Local Organizing Committee||Partner/Sponsor|
|Dr. M. Jayaram, IIPHH; Dr. Saumyadipta Pyne, IIPHH; Dr. Meghana Aruru, IIPHH; Dr. Suresh Munuswamy, IIPHH; Mr. Souvik Bandyopadhyay, IIPHH; Ms. Divya Nair, IIPHH; Ms. Krishna Gayathri, IIPHH; Ms. Lakshmi Chaitanya, IIPHH; Ms. Madhavi, IIPHH; Mr. Someshwer Rao, IIPHH; Mr. Chaitanya Kumar, IIPHH.|
NIH Fogarty International Center
|Participants may also be interested in the 17th International Congress on Infectious Diseases (ICID), March 2- 5 2016, Hyderabad|