Dr. Kaushik Bharati's Profile
MSc, PhD (Physiology), MIPHA
Dr. Bharati obtained his PhD in Physiology with specialization in Vaccines in 2001 from the University of Calcutta. He carried out his doctoral work at the Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine. He did his post-doctoral training at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK, specializing in Molecular Biology and Immunology. He has subsequently been working in various scientific capacities at the National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi and the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute, Faridabad, Delhi NCR. His major research areas include Infectious Diseases, Virology, Public Health, and Health Policy. Dr. Bharati has recently become a member of the Indian Public Health Association (IPHA). He has a passion for writing on medical topics and has published extensively. He spends his leisure time reading and listening to music.
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Semen quality is very poor in young men in Switzerland. A nationwide study found that only 38 percent of young Swiss men had semen quality parameters above the threshold set by the WHO for fertile men.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-based deep learning technology can detect lung cancer faster and more accurately than radiologists. This will make lung cancer diagnosis easier and help save many lives.
Proton therapy is a form of radiotherapy for cancer treatment which uses a proton beam that is targeted precisely on the tumor cells, destroying them with minimal damage to surrounding healthy tissue. Proton therapy can treat various types of cancer.
World Autoimmune and Autoinflammatory Arthritis Day is celebrated on 20th May every year. It aims to raise awareness about arthritis caused by autoimmunity and autoinflammation and help those living with the disease.
Teen pregnancy is still a major challenge in India and is associated with the birth of stunted children, resulting from early marriage. Policies and programs by the Indian government aim to prevent early marriage.