Gagandeep Kang becomes India’s first female scientist to be elected Royal Society Fellow
The Royal Society of London has announced a list of 51 eminent scientists elected to its fellowship in the year 2019. Among these is Dr. Gagandeep Kang, who is now with the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute, Faridabad. With this feat, Dr. Kang has become the India’s first female scientist to be elected to the Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS). She is known for her inter-disciplinary research studying the transmission, development and prevention of enteric infections and their sequelae in children in India. She has built national rotavirus and typhoid surveillance networks and conducted phase 1-3 trials of vaccines, which has supported two WHO pre-qualified vaccines.
Topics: Fellows of the Royal Society • Gagandeep Kang • Gastroenterology • Medical specialties • Medicine • Pediatrics • Rotavirus • Translational Health Science and Technology Institute • Vaccine • Virology