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CSIOVisit smallIsh Gulati, neonatologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and assistant professor at the Wexner Medical Center, visited neonatal intensive care hospitals and met with consulting and resident doctors in Mumbai, Delhi and Meerut.

He discussed the challenges in neonatology and offered suggestions while sharing some best practices from his own work with hospitals in Columbus. This meeting was helpful for Gulati in focusing efforts towards employing tele-counseling that would allow more rhythmic engagement on specific topics and could lead towards tele-medicine.

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SIAT Keynote smallThe Ohio State Center for Automotive Research Director Giorgio Rizzoni was invited to be a keynote speaker at the sixteenth Symposium of International Automobile Technology on January 16 – 18 in Pune, India.

Rizzoni spoke about smart mobility, covered technology advancements in electric vehicles and the research and work being conducted at Ohio State. He also met with the local leadership of Cummins and Eaton and academic partners at the Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay.

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Anjali Satoskar and the India Gateway met with collaborators at the P.D. Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai. Chitra Madiwale and Tester Ashavaid, director of the Department of Lab Medicine, planned a day and a half renal pathology workshop on March 23 – 24.

This teaching course is designed for postgraduate trainees in pathology and nephrology and will be extended to interested medical students and faculty members. The course will have short didactic lectures, small case presentations and panel discussions of cases on key topics in renal pathology and will be conducted by an expert team of five pathologists and one transplant nephrologist. For enabling insightful deliberations there will be representation from the practicing nephrologists community in India. This is a collaborative effort between the pathology departments at the P.D. Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai and The Ohio State University Medical Center and will be aided by the India Gateway.

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