AarogyaSevak, Public Health Enabler, Connected Humanitarian, Affordable MedTech Catalyst, Integrative Medicine Practitioner.
founded DoctorsForSeva Arogya Foundation - a flexible micro-volunteering platform for doctors to provide free healthcare services to over 100000 underserved beneficiaries in 7 countries. He has also set up the Global Health Volunteer Alliance, a not for profit company in the US, having a network of over 25000 medical professionals. He is a medical graduate working for the last ten years at the community level with vulnerable, marginalized and underserved populations. In 2007, after completing his Masters in Clinical Research from the UK, he founded Madhyama Prasaran and Scientific Research Foundation, a multi media NGO, working in the field of health and education. He is also the founder of Handbloom, a socio-bio-ethical enterprise, which brings together diverse eco-friendly, biodegradable products made by communities and individuals who are highly vulnerable in society and are presently not self-sustained. He is an Erasmus Mundus Fellow, an APLP Fellow from the East West Centre, Hawaii, USA, Common Purpose Navigator Fellow, UK. He has previously worked with International organizations like the Wellcome Trust, MSF, PSI, HIV-AIDS Alliance, University of Manitoba. He also serves as the Scientific Advisor for the Confederation of NGO’s of Rural India with over 15000 members.
As Senior Assistant Professor at the Trans-Disciplinary University in Bangalore he is the Program Director of the Study Abroad program and teaches "Introduction to global public health, complimentary and integrative medicine' and "Humanities in medical education in India".
He has done over 25 theater productions, 1 feature film, 3 short films, animation videos and several sustainability, entrepreneurship, leadership training and Organizational development workshops.
Currently he is working towards creating a common pool of human resources working in development.
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