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Stroke Reimagined

HPHR Fellow Stuti Chakraborty

By Stuti Chakraborty

Stuti Chakraborty

Stuti Chakraborty is currently working at Christian Medical College, Vellore. She is a country representative co-ordinator for the SEARO region, for Healthcare Information for All; part of the SDG 3 as well as Science Policy working group for the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth; a country correspondent for YourCommonwealth; and has been a country correspondent for IHP Global. She was a youth speaker from India to shed light on the topic of ‘Gender Equity in the Healthcare Sector’ for the GHWN Youth Hub Online Conference hosted in December 2019.

 

She has represented her country across several platforms including being a youth representative from the UN MGCY at the Global Conference on Primary Healthcare held in Astana in 2018. In her work, she advocates for young people’s health with a special focus on the rights of Persons with Disabilities. Her paper addressing the existing gaps in accessibility to assistive technologies for Persons with Disabilities, published jointly by the JSPG and UN MGCY in the Special Issue on Emerging Technologies was presented in May 2020 at the United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development and addressed the existing divide between the developed and developing world. She is the co-founder of Stimulus, a youth-led non-profit initiative, that aims to raise awareness about the brain sciences.

Blogs by Stuti Chakraborty​

Stroke Reimagined By Stuti Chakraborty The COVID-CVA Connection: A ‘thrombosis’ is the medical term for a blood clot. Blood clots can occur …

Stroke Reimagined By Stuti Chakraborty Insidious Onset of Cerebrovascular Disease: Is your job killing you? Recent Developments On 17th May 2021 the …

Stroke Reimagined By Stuti Chakraborty A mobile stroke unit in India Stroke and Low-and Low-and-Middle-Income Countries: The Way Forward The World Bank, …

This introductory blog post from Stuti Chakraborty talks about what is stroke, how to spot one, and stroke awareness month. Stay tuned for more to come!

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