Johns Hopkins Gupta-Klinsky India Institute

Partnering to advance knowledge, policy, and practice in India and for the world

Portrait of Amita Gupta.
Amita Gupta, MD
Portrait of David Peters.
David Peters, MD, DrPH

The Johns Hopkins Gupta-Klinsky India Institute brings together the Hopkins community and a diverse range of Indian partners to promote

multidisciplinary collaborations that address some of the world’s most pressing issues. Our faculty comprise experts in medicine, public health, economics, business, public policy, engineering, data science, and artificial intelligence who work with India’s experts across government, academia, civil society, and the private sector to advance human knowledge and develop bold, world-changing ideas that arise from powerful Indo-JHU collaborations.

JHII’s activities involve:

  • Democratizing access to information: Deepening our focus on current areas of research including infectious diseases, maternal and child health, non-communicable diseases, and health systems, while building up local leaders and institutions through collaboration and capacity building.
  • Expanding research in areas of health data and technology, including health surveillance and analytics, artificial intelligence, and healthcare management.
  • Partnering with Indian institutions to tap into adjacent opportunities beyond healthcare, such as health entrepreneurship, education, policy research and interdisciplinary science & practice.

We anticipate the launch of our full website in summer 2021. In the meantime, we encourage you to connect with us for updates about events and new developments, and to contact us for opportunities to engage.

Amita Gupta, MD, MHS
Professor of Medicine & Public Health
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

David Peters, MD, DrPH
Edgar Berman Chair in International Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Co-chairs, JHII Faculty Steering Committee

Tania Chatterjee, Program Manager

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Rina Agarwala, PhD
Associate Professor of Sociology
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts & Sciences

Robert Bollinger, MD, MPH
Raj and Kamla Gupta Professor of Infectious Diseases
Professor of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Pravin Krishna, MA, MPhil, PhD
Chung Ju Yung Distinguished Professor of International Economics and Business
Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

Nagpurnanand Prabhala, PhD
Francis J. Carey, Jr., Professor of Business
Professor of Finance
Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business

Kunal Parikh, PhD
Research Associate
Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering

Nancy Reynolds, PhD, MS, RN
Associate Dean of Global Affairs
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Sridevi Sarma, PhD
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Vice Dean for Graduate Education
Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering

Mathuram Santosham, MD
Professor of Public Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Brian Wahl, PhD
Assistant Scientist
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

March 2021The Impact of Indian-Americans on U.S. Politics
Guests: Raj Gupta, Hahrie Han, Neil Makhija, Deepak Raj, Pavritha Suryanarayan, US Representative Pramila Jayapal (D-WA)

December 2020A Conversation with Johns Hopkins Medical and Public Health Researchers in India
Guests: Sunil Soloman, Vidya Mave, Smisha Agarwal, Shruti Mehta, Bob Bollinger

November 2020Super-spreading Events: Lessons from India on Containment of COVID-19
Guests: Brian Wahl, Jennifer Nuzzo, Sanjay Mehendale

October 2020India’s National Digital Health Mission and the Patient Data Revolution
Guests: Indu Bhushan, David Peters, Alexander Triantis

September 2020Vaccine Access in the Era of COVID-19
Guests: Cyrus Poonawalla, Ellen McKenzie, Amita Gupta, Mathuram Santosham