The T.H. Chan School of Public Health has had active research and educational programs in India since the 1960s. However, the Mumbai-based India Research Center, an office of Harvard Global Research Support Centre India, is designed to broaden and coordinate the School’s existing collaborations and create new relationships with organizations and agencies across India. The ultimate goal is to improve health in India and around the world through the strategic goals of research, training, and knowledge translation and communication.
Center researchers are engaged in a number of diverse projects, developing cases for the School’s DrPH program, convening workshops and symposiums on important public health topics, and designing a national communication strategy on mental health for the Indian ministry of health and family welfare, among many others.
We invite you to explore the India Research Center website and learn about our projects and collaborators.