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आई सी एम आर - राष्ट्रीय कॉलरा और आंत्र रोग संस्थान

Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
स्वास्थ्य अनुसंधान विभाग, स्वास्थ्य और परिवार कल्याण मंत्रालय, भारत सरकार

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Dr. Pranab Chatterjee

Dr. Pranab Chatterjee

General Information
Name Dr. Pranab Chatterjee
Designation Scientist B
Division Epidemiology
Specialization Preventive Medicine
Date of joining ICMR 27th January, 2017
Date of joining present post 27th January, 2017
Discipline: Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases
Email : pranab.chatterjee@icmr.gov.in  ; pranab.chatterjee@clinepid.org  ; pranab.chatterjee@outlook.com
Academic Qualification  
Graduation MBBS - Medical College, Kolkata; West Bengal University of Health Sciences; 2010
Doctoral: M.D. - Community Medicine/Social and Preventive Medicine; University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi; Delhi University

Profile

Research Experience

My previous research experience includes working on a multisite study evaluating the emergence potential of zoonotic diseases using the One Health approach. I contributed to developing and implementinga multi-country study (India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Belgium, Ghana, Ethiopia, and South Africa) to identify research priorities for the prevention and control of zoonotic and emerging infections. I was part of a team which developed a tool for the situation analysis of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance in LMICs for SEARO-WHO, and undertook a scoping review of the AMR landscape in India for WHOIndia.My current research includes studying the drivers, determinants, and interventions for the prevention/control of AMR by leveraging the One Health approach; role of vaccines in reducing the burden of infections and AMR organisms; synthesis of existing evidence for formulation of evidence-based policies; and the epidemiology, prevention and control of infectious diseases, with a special focus on enteric infections.

Research Interests

My research interests include the epidemiology, prevention, and control of infectious diseases, especially enteric infections.I am also interested in studying the drivers and determinants behind the emergence of AMR, and identifying interventions/strategies for its control by leveraging the One Health approach. I am invested in using innovative and systematic approaches for evidence synthesis to aid evidence-based policymaking.I am intrigued by the role played by vaccination strategies, improvement of WaSH facilities, investments in sustainable development,attempting behavioural modification,andmitigating healthcare, socioculturaland economic inequity in the emergence, persistence andexacerbations of infectious diseases and AMR.

Membership/ Fellow of Professional Societies/ Associations

Member; Indian Public Health Association
Member; International Society of Infectious Diseases
Facilitator; Strategic Network for Neglected Diseases and Zoonoses


 

Awards

2015:

  • KusumPandit Award for best MD Thesis, University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

2014:

  • Second prize, Best Paper award. 4th National Conference of Consortium Against Rabies.
  • Best Paper award in the Urban Health/Refugee/Migration Section. 1st Global Public Health Conference.
  • Best Paper award. 17th Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (UP-UK Chapter).
  • ShriDeokiNandan Award for the Best Research Paper. 17th Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (UP-UK Chapter).

2009:

  • Best Poster in the Informatics Session. 3rd Asian and 2nd National Medical Students' Conference.
  • Gold Medal. Students' Symposium organized by the Medical College Ex-Students' Association.

2008:

  • Best Poster award. 1st Annual Clinical and Epidemiology Research Methods and Leaders training Workshop for Medical Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students (ACERTYS).
  • Gold Medal. Students' Symposium organized by the Medical College Ex-Students' Association.

2005:

  • Silver medal in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Medical College, Kolkata, for highest marks in Professional Examination.
  • Silver medal in Physiology, Medical College, Kolkata
  • Gold medal in Physiology, Medical College, Kolkata
  • Senior Class Assistantship, Forensic and State Medicine
  • Scholarship for First Position in Medical College Kolkata, in First Professional M.B.B.S. examination, 2005
  • Certificate of Honors, Biochemistry
  • Junior Class Assistant, Biochemistry

2004:

  • West Bengal Governor's Award for outstanding academic performance in Higher Secondary Examination 2004
  • West Bengal Governor's Award for Best All round performance amongst the Higher Secondary students

2002:

  • National Scholarship for outstanding performance in Madhyamik Examination.

 

Miscellaneous

Travel to foreign countries to attend conference/ meetings (for the last 5 years):

  1. International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance. Vienna, Austria. November 2016.
  2. International Workshop on Setting Research Priorities in Zoonoses organized by the Strategic Network of Neglected Diseases and Zoonoses (SNNDZ), Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium. UniversitasGadjahMada;Yogyakarta, Indonesia. March 2016.
  3. Workshop on Research Prioritization for Zoonoses Prevention and Control organized by the Strategic Network of Neglected Diseases and Zoonoses (SNNDZ), Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium. University of Pretoria, South Africa. August 2015.


 

Publications

2018

  1. Chatterjee P, Kanungo S, Dutta S. Challenges for programmatic implementation of killed whole cell oral cholera vaccines for prevention and control of cholera:
    a meta-opinion. Expert Opin Biol Ther. 2018 Sep;18(9):983-988. .  Pubmed
  2. Kakkar M, Chatterjee P, Chauhan AS, Grace D, Lindahl J, Beeche A, Jing F, Chotinan S. Antimicrobial resistance in South East Asia: time to ask the right questions. Glob Health Action. 2018;11(1):1483637. Pubmed
  3. Chauhan AS, George MS, Chatterjee P, Lindahl J, Grace D, Kakkar M. The social biography of antibiotic use in smallholder dairy farms in India. Antimicrob Resist Infect Control. 2018 May 2;7:60.  Pubmed
  4. John J, Bavdekar A, Rongsen-Chandola T, Dutta S; NSSEFI Collaborators, Kang G, Chatterjee P. Estimating the incidence of enteric fever in children in India: a multi-site,
    active fever surveillance of pediatric cohorts. BMC Public Health. 2018 May3;18(1):594.   Pubmed

2017

  1. Kanungo S, Chatterjee P. Oral cholera vaccines: exploring the farrago of evidence. Lancet Infect Dis. 2017 Oct;17(10):1012-1013.  Pubmed
  2. Chatterjee P, Bhaumik S, Chauhan AS, Kakkar M. Protocol for developing a Database of Zoonotic disease Research in India (DoZooRI). BMJ Open. 2017 Dec 1;7(12):e017825. Pubmed
  3. Chatterjee P, Chauhan AS, Joseph J, Kakkar M. One Health/EcoHealth capacity building programs in South and South East Asia: a mixed method rapid systematic review. Human Resources Health. 2017 Sep 29;15(1):72.  Pubmed
  4. Kakkar M, Walia K, Vong S, Chatterjee P, Sharma A. Antibiotic resistance and its containment in India. BMJ. 2017 Sep 5;358:j2687.  Pubmed
  5. Kakkar M, Chaturvedi S, Saxena VK, Dhole TN, Kumar A, Rogawski ET, Abbas S, Venkataramanan VV, Chatterjee P. Identifying sources, pathways and risk drivers in ecosystems of Japanese Encephalitis in an epidemic-prone north Indian district. PloS one. 2017 May 2;12(5):e0175745.   Pubmed

2016

  1. Chauhan AS, George S, Chatterjee P, Kakkar M. Addressing bovine tuberculosis in smallholder periurban dairy farms of India: A qualitative study. Int J Infect Dis. 2016 Dec 1;53:57-8. .
  2. Chauhan AS, George S, Chatterjee P, Kakkar M. Veterinary antibiotic use in smallholder periurban dairy farms of India: A qualitative study. Int J Infect Dis. 2016 Dec 1;53:39.
  3. Rogawski ET, Chatterjee P, Kakkar M. Developing a transdisciplinary database for operationalization of One Health surveillance for Japanese Encephalitis in India. Int J Infect Dis. 2016 Dec 1;53:33. 
  4. Kakkar M, Chatterjee P. Setting research priorities to control zoonoses in smallholder dairy farms of periurban India. Int J Infect Dis. 2016 Dec 1;53:126. .
  5. Chatterjee P, Kakkar M. Market and policy drivers of antibiotic use in smallholder periurban dairy farms: A scoping literature review. Int J Infect Dis. 2016 Dec 1;53:38. 
  6. Chatterjee P, Kakkar M, Biswas T. Cities: new fringes to act as safety nets. Nature. 2016 Dec 1;540(7631):39. Pubmed
  7. Chatterjee P, Kakkar M, Chaturvedi S. Integrating one health in national health policies of developing countries: India's lost opportunities. Infectious diseases of poverty. 2016 Oct 3;5(1):87. Pubmed
  8. Chatterjee P. Tracking Outbreaks of Febrile Infectious Diseases in India Using Google Trends. Matters Archive. 2016 Apr 27;2(4):e201602000012.
  9. McKenzie JS, Dahal R, Kakkar M, Debnath N, Rahman M, Dorjee S, Naeem K, Wijayathilaka T, Sharma BK, Maidanwal N, Halimi A, Kim E, Chatterjee P, Devleesshauwer B. One Health research and training and government support for One Health in South Asia. Infection ecology & epidemiology. 2016 Jan 1;6(1):33842. Pubmed

2015

  1. Price AI, Djulbegovic B, Biswas R, Chatterjee P. Evidence‐based medicine meets person‐centred care: a collaborative perspective on the relationship. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2015 Dec 1;21(6):1047-51.  Pubmed
  2. Chatterjee P, Chandra S, Biswas T. Daniel Alcides Carrion (1857-1885) and a history of medical martyrdom. Journal of Medical Biography. 2015 Nov;23(4):224-7. Pubmed
  3. Price A, Chatterjee P, Biswas R. Comparative effectiveness research collaboration and precision medicine. Annals of Neurosciences. 2015 Jul;22(3):127. Pubmed
  4. Chatterjee S, Datta A, Chatterjee P. Mountford Joseph Bramley: A pioneering thyroidologist and the first principal of Asia's oldest medical college. Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2015 Jan;19(1):165. Pubmed

2014

  1. Chatterjee P, Bera K, Seth B, Price A, Sengupta R, Biswas R. Thematic Analysis of a Collaborative, Patient-Centred Model of Care Bringing Personalized Medicine to Resource Restricted Settings. Indian Journal of Medical Informatics. 2014 Nov 2;8(2):85-90.
  2. Khan AM, Shah D, Chatterjee P. Data entry skills in a computer-based spread sheet amongst postgraduate medical students: A simulation based descriptive assessment. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care. 2014 Jul;3(3):216. Pubmed
  3. Price A, Chatterjee P, Biswas R. Time for person centered research in neuroscience: users driving the change. Annals of neurosciences. 2014 Apr;21(2):37.  Pubmed
  4. Chatterjee P, Das AK, Martin C, Basu A, Biswas R. The Vascular System: Unblocking Conduits to Our Rivers Within. International Journal of User-Driven Healthcare. 2014 Apr 1;4(2):34-42.
  5. Kumar R, Khan AM, Chatterjee P. Types of observational studies in medical research. Astrocyte. 2014 Jul 1;1(2):154.
  6. Khan AM, Kumar R, Chatterjee P. Understanding the basic statistical questions that disturb a medical researcher. Astrocyte. 2014 Apr 1;1(1):62.

2013

  1. Bhaumik S, Pakenham-Walsh N, Chatterjee P, Biswas T. Health-care information: access or implementation?-Authors' reply. The Lancet Global Health. 2013 Nov 1;1(5):e257.
  2. Thawani R, Kaur G, Chatterjee P, Biswas T. From the editors of a student journal. Education for Health. 2013 May 1;26(2):115. Pubmed
  3. Chatterjee P, Biswas T, Mishra V. Open access: the changing face of scientific publishing. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care. 2013 Apr;2(2):128. Pubmed

2012

  1. Sen P, Chatterjee P, Mukhopadhyay AK, Biswas T. Association of sleep disorders with essential hypertension in subcontinental population. Indian Medical Gazette. 2012 Dec;146(12):463-466.
  2. Chatterjee P, Datta TB, Sriganesh V. Healthcare information and the rural primary care doctor. South African Medical Journal. 2012 Mar;102(3):138-9. Pubmed
  3. Chatterjee P. On Being a Patient. International Journal of User-Driven Healthcare. 2012 Oct 1;2(4):57-9.

2011

  1. Chatterjee P, Biswas T. Blogs and Twitter in medical publications: too unreliable to quote, or a change waiting to happen? South African Medical Journal. 2011 Oct;101(10):712-4. Pubmed
  2. Chatterjee P, Biswas T, Sen P. Organized terrorism: an emerging barrier for public health. Australasian Medical Journal. 2011 Apr;563. 35.
  3. Chandra S, Chatterjee P. Digital indiscretions: New horizons in medical ethics. The Australasian medical journal. 2011;4(8):453. Pubmed

2009

  1. Martin CM, Chatterjee P. A metanarrative of academic life. Annals of Neuroscience. 2009;16(1):40.

Policy Briefs/Documents Developed

  1. Dutta S, Deb AK, Chatterjee P. Adaptation Plan for Climate Sensitive Water Borne Diseases. Indian Council of Medical Research, National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases; July 2018, Kolkata..
  2. Panda S, Chatterjee P, Deb AK, Kanungo S, Dutta S. Oral Cholera Vaccines – Worth a shot? A Policy Brief. Indian Council of Medical Research, November 2017, New Delhi

Books / Book-Chapters / Published Reports

  1. Chatterjee P, Seth B, Chauhan AS. Health Systems Research. In: Kadri AM, Kundapur R, Khan AM, Kakkar R, Sheth A, Mangrola A, eds. IAPSM’s Textbook of Community Medicine. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publications; 2019: New Delhi..
  2. Chaturvedi S, Chatterjee P. Communicating for health. In: Gupta P, Khan AM (Eds). Textbook of Preventive and Social Medicine. Jaypee Publication, New Delhi (2016).
  3. Chaturvedi S, Chatterjee P. Health Planning and Expenditure in India. In: Gupta P, Khan AM (Eds). Textbook of Preventive and Social Medicine. Jaypee Publication, New Delhi (2016). USA.
  4. Chatterjee, P. and Chaturvedi, S. Street Children. In: P Gupta, P S N Menon, S Ramji and R Lodha. PG Textbook of Pediatrics 2nd Ed., Jaypee Publications, New Delhi (2015).
  5. Price A, Chandra S, Bera K, Biswas T, Chatterjee P, Wittenberg R, Mehta N, Biswas, R. Understanding clinical complexity through conversational learning in medical social networks: Implementing user-driven health care. In: J P Sturmberg and M Martin (eds). Handbook of Systems and Complexity in Health. Ist ed. New York: Springer (2013) 767-793.

Training Module / Implementation Package

  1. Kakkar M, Chauhan AS, Chatterjee P, Joseph J, on behalf of the Roadmap to Combat Zoonoses in India Initiative. Training manual for the Intervention Phase: Addressing zoonotic disease transmission and veterinary antibiotic use in peri-urban smallholder dairy farms of India. Supported by the International Development Research Centre, Canada. New Delhi, October 2016.
  2. Kakkar M, Chatterjee P. Training manual for the Zoonoses Research Workshop. Supported by the Strategic Network for Neglected Diseases and Zoonoses. South Africa, August 2016.
  3. Kakkar M, Chatterjee P. Training manual for identifying research priorities for zoonoses prevention and control in Odisha. Supported by the International Development Research Centre, Canada. Bhubaneshwar, Odisha, September 2015.

Conference Abstract

  1. Chatterjee P, Seth B, Biswas T, Bera K. Burden of H1N1 Influenza in India (2010-2017): Identifying Hotspots and Policy Directions. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 2018 May; 197:A4948.

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