Tag Archives: NTD

Forging a different path leading to global action to save lives and improve livelihoods

I’ve never been particularly comfortable talking about myself or the work that I do, which in many respects makes me an unusual champion for this cause. One of the reasons why I avoid social gatherings is my unease at having to explain to people I meet what I do, and why I do it. Of  Continue Reading »

Clinical management of snakebite starts with understanding the patients point of view

My journey with snakebite victims began with my MD dissertation where I explored the question of adrenal hormone deficiency after Russell’s viper bites in Southern India. Not only was I intrigued by how each envenoming played out like a new episode in a thriller drama where the difference in the amount and nature of venom,  Continue Reading »