Chandrashekhar T. Sreeramareddy
Chandrashekhar T. Sreeramareddy received his M.B.B.S. degree in 1999, from Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore, India; his M.D. degree in community medicine in 2003 from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, India. Later, he received Erasmus Mundus scholarship from European Commission to pursue Diploma in tropical medicine and public health in Charite University, Berlin, and Masters in International Health from tropEd Network for international health. He is also a recipient of DGDC scholarship from Belgium for a short course clinical epidemiology and evidence-based medicine (SCREM), Erasmus Mundus visiting scholarship (2010), and several travel grants and/or scholarships to present his research papers at scientific meetings. Dr. Chandrashekhar has vast experience in research and published 25 research papers on various public health issues. Of these 15 are listed as first author in reputed scientific journals. He also serves as a reviewer for several medical and public health journals. He has attended several training courses in biostatistics and epidemiology. He has been teaching biostatistics to undergraduate medical students, and guided Master students, and academic faculty in statistical analysis. He is recognized as Ph.D. Supervisor for Manipal University, India. His current research interests include epidemiology and control strategies of tuberculosis, epidemiology of tobacco use and tobacco control, and maternal and child health in developing countries.
Biography Updated on 24 September 2012