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The Foundation and CMC have once again been selected by USAID as an American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) grant recipient, a federally funded program that supports infrastructure and capital improvement initiatives. The FY2020 ASHA Grant will support the use of robotics and Artificial Intelligence to help improve physical rehabilitation for people with disabilities.
The Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, is partnering with a firm, Portescap, to create robots for people with arm impairment. CMC Vellore is supporting the project through its CSR funds.
Conversations with bioethicist Anuradha Rose, an expert on infectious diseases Priscilla Rupali, and pathologist Anna Pulimood, who are leading important work at CMC Vellore. Read more at The Life of
A video documentary reflecting how Point-of-care Ultrasound technology is helping the physicians of Christian Medical College, Vellore in improving the quality of care, reducing cost associated with procedural complications, elevating
Christian Medical College and Hospital – Vellore is ranked #803 in Best Global Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence. U.S. News.