Translational Biomedical Research Awards for the 2023 competition announced.

SreePVF is delighted to announce the results of the 2023 competition for Translational Biomedical Sciences Research Grant. The competition was fierce, with an array of exceptional applications raising the bar significantly and the Committee faced the challenging task of selecting the standout projects for recognition.

A particularly gratifying development this year was the substantial increase in female applicants, surging from 28% last year to a commendable 42% this year—a promising shift to gender inclusivity.

In line with the approach from the previous year, the Committee chose to honor two projects that promised excellence and innovation. Both projects, focusing on Dental Sciences and Hearing Impairment, represent crucial areas often overlooked in our country’s priorities. The projects offered cost-effective solutions poised to make a significant impact on large segments of the population.

2023 Awardees

Dr. Ambarish Ghosh,

Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru.

Nanorobotic system for oral health.

Dr. Vidya Ramkumar,

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai.

Smartphone based ‘Speech/speech spectrum in Noise’ hearing screening tests for early identification of hearing loss in children.

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India is rapidly transforming into a dynamic hub of intellectual innovation and discovery. To support the science and technology ecosystem in the country, the Sree Padmavathi Venkateswara Foundation has created peer- reviewed funding programs that recognize exceptional researchers with the potential to achieve ground-breaking results in areas of critical national
importance. Our foundation provides these researchers with generous funding and empowering mentorship to generate knowledge and develop sustainable solutions of the highest quality, particularly in the fields of biomedical and agricultural research. We also work on projects to deploy advanced knowledge and improve the income of small and marginal farmers. We believe that by working together, we can create sustainable solutions that will benefit not only India but also the world.

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