World Report used to detail US-India partnerships
September/October 2021 Volume 20 Number 5
Courtesy of NIH
The U.S. Health Attaché in India, Dr. Preetha Rajaraman, has scored a trifecta
using World Report, a tool illustrating global research funding. With simple
query terms, she was able to quickly generate scene-setting information
and start a conversation about India’s role in global biomedical research.
World Report helped her highlight the expansion of collaborative health
research for a recent report titled “The US-India Partnership: Ambition and
Achievement,” to brief the Indian Minister of Human Resource Development
and provide introductory remarks for U.S. Chargé d’Affaires at a bilateral
workshop on vision research.
“World Report has been a great resource to help advance our goals of
initiating and facilitating regional cooperation in health and biomedical
research.” Rajaraman observed. “It is easy to use and updated specifically
for global biomedical research, allowing me to quickly locate where
collaborations are happening in South Asia.”
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