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Advisory Board

Dr Daniel Pan MBBS BSc MRCP PGCert
Dan is an academic clinical fellow in infectious diseases and general internal medicine at the University of Leicester. He was educated in Imperial College London and has a broad base in a variety of medical specialities (although infections are his favourite). Dan is particularly interested in measuring outcomes from the deworming project.

 

Dr Alka Agrawal, MBBS, MD, FIAP (Delhi) , Head of Department, Department of Pediatrics, Santosh Medical College Ghaziabad.

 

 

Dr Nomita Gupta , MBBS MD, HOD Pediatrics, Batra Hospital and Medical Research Centre-

  • Senior Consultant & Head of the Department in Batra Hospital Since Past 25 years.
  • Held various posts in IMA Headquarters, IAP Delhi & various social organization.
  • Started Diplomate National (DNB) Centre in Batra Hospital.
  • Gets 2 students per year for DNB Pediatrics Course.
  • Head of the Neonatology and Intensive Paediatric Care Unit

 

 

Dr. Shalini Pandey, MBBS, DNB-

She is a Pediatrician in Tughlakabad, Delhi and has an experience of 17 years in this field. Dr. Shalini Pandey practices at Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre in Tuglakabad, Delhi. She completed MBBS from Motilal Nehru Medical College in 1993 and DNB – Paediatrics from National Board Of Examination in 1997 

 

 

Dr. Avantika Singh, MD- Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Avantika Singh, M.D. is a child neurologist in training at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Prior to this, she completed her pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Medical College of Wisconsin, and served as a Post-doctoral Clinical Research Fellow in Neonatal Neurology at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. She is an academician par excellence as she has won numerous honors and awards for excelling in her studies including securing the top position in her class in medical school at VMMC, Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi, India. She has successfully designed and performed a case-control study, interviewed 500 mothers of low birth weight newborns and searched through their medical chart to develop and validate a unique prediction model. This model can predict low birth weight with a sensitivity of 71 % and specificity of 67 %. Some of the factors that predict low birth weight are preventable. Therefore, this scale is being used to counsel reproductive-age females at ‘Every Infant Matters’ to help prevent low birth weight.

 

 

Dr Kumari Pratima, MBBS MD, VMMC and Safdarjung Medical college.

 

 

Dr Parul Gupta, MBBS MD – KGMC, HOD Pediatrics NDMC Hospital, New Delhi.