Dr. Kaushik Bharati's Profile

MSc, PhD, FRSPH (London)

Dr. Kaushik Bharati

Dr. Bharati is a Public Health Consultant based in New Delhi. He obtained his PhD in Physiology with specialization in Vaccinology from the University of Calcutta in 2001. He did his Post-doctoral Fellowship from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK, specializing in Immunology and Molecular view more..

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World Encephalitis Day: A Global Issue That Needs a Human Solution

World Encephalitis Day: A Global Issue That Needs a Human Solution

World Encephalitis Day is celebrated on 22nd February every year. It raises awareness about encephalitis and empowers patients and their families so that they are able to better cope with the disease.

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IVF Babies at Higher Risk of Death During First Few Weeks of Life

IVF Babies at Higher Risk of Death During First Few Weeks of Life

Infants conceived through in vitro fertilization (IVF) are at a higher mortality risk than infants conceived naturally. This arises due to IVF-induced premature births. Therefore, extra care is required for IVF babies in their first few weeks of life.

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Personalized Cancer Vaccines Could Soon be a Reality

Personalized Cancer Vaccines Could Soon be a Reality

Personalized therapeutic cancer vaccines can now be specifically targeted to the immune system using a novel delivery system. This produces a robust immune response that attacks the cancer cells.

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New Treatment Strategy for Depression Uses AI and Brain Scans

New Treatment Strategy for Depression Uses AI and Brain Scans

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and brain imaging can help to predict which antidepressants will benefit patients with depression. This technology could revolutionize the field of Psychiatry in the coming years.

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Early Genetic Signs can Detect Cancer Earlier and Faster

Early Genetic Signs can Detect Cancer Earlier and Faster

Early genetic signs of cancer, years before the actual diagnosis, could help detect cancer much earlier. These early signs include genetic mutations in the DNA that occur much before cancer development.

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