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1. Sindhu Balakumar:“Impact of maternally derived antibodies and infant microbiota on the immunogenicity of Rotavirus vaccines in Indian infants”.
University: The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University.

2. Nayana p Nair: Costing of diarrhoeal illness among under five children and the cost-effectiveness of rotavirus vaccines in India.
University: Shree Chithira Thirunal Institute for Medical Science and Technology (SCTIMST), Thiruvananthapuram.

3. Arun KS: Effect of early childhood malnutrition and infections on the physical and cognitive development during the later stages of childhood.
University:Shree Chithira Thirunal Institute for Medical Science and Technology (SCTIMST), Thiruvananthapuram.

1. Ranadip Chowdhury: Role of Vitamin-D in infection, Growth, anemia and neurodevelopment.
University: University of Bergen, Norway.

2. Bireshwar Sinha: Effect of community initiated kangaroo mother care in low birth weight infants on infant breast milk intake, gut inflammation, maternal depressive symptoms and stress.
University: University of Bergen, Norway.

3. Ravi Upadhyay: Nutritional interventions during infancy to improve neurodevelopmental outcomes in resource constrained settings.
University: University of Bergen, Norway (in process).

4. Tarun Shankar Choudhary: Not finalized as yet. Tentative area identified: Health System and Health Policy Research.
University: University of Bergen, Norway (in process).

1. Choudhary TS, Reddy NS, Apte A, Sinha B, Roy S, Nair NP, et al. Delayed vaccination and its predictors among children under 2 years in India: Insights from the national family health survey–4. Vaccine. Elsevier Ltd; 2019;16(December 2014).

2. Juvekar S, Shrivastava A, Patil R, Lubree H, Kulkarni S. Beginners Manual of Anthropometry. 1st ed. Pune: Madhavi Publications; 2019. 161 p.

1. Sudipto Roy: Care-seeking practices of and barriers to care-seeking for pneumonia in children aged less than five years in tribal and non-tribal rural areas of Pune district, India.
University: University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

2. Aditi Apte: Nanotechnology for transdermal delivery of micronutrients for prevention and treatment of nutritional deficiencies’.
University: Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.

3. Rutuja Patil: To assess the feasibility of using a well-established Tele-consultation facility (Micro-health centre) in management of COPD and asthma in a resource constrained remote rural area.
University: University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

4. Hanif Shaikh: Effect of maternal influenza immunization on maternal and neonatal outcomes in Pune area.
University: Savitribai Phule Pune University.

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2. Patil R. A joyful homecoming. The Lancet Respiratory Medicine. Elsevier Ltd; 2018;6(12):904.

3. John J, Bavdekar A, Rongsen-Chandola T, Dutta S, Kang G. Estimating the incidence of enteric fever in children in India: A multi-site, active fever surveillance of pediatric cohorts. BMC Public Health. BMC Public Health; 2018;18(1):1–6.

4. Apte A, Roy S, Bavdekar A, Juvekar S, Hirve S. Facilitators and barriers for use of rotavirus vaccine amongst various stakeholders and its implications for Indian context – A systematic review. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics. Taylor & Francis; 2018;5515:1–8.

5. Chauhan NS, Pandey R, Mondal AK, Gupta S, Verma MK, Jain S, Ahmad V. Patil R. et al. Western Indian Rural Gut Microbial Diversity in Extreme Prakriti Endo-Phenotypes Reveals Signature Microbes. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2018;9(February):1–12.

6. Mazumder S, Upadhyay RP, Hill Z, Taneja S, Dube B, Kaur J, et al. Kangaroo mother care: using formative research to design an acceptable community intervention. BMC Public Health. 2018 Mar 2;18(1):307.