Advisor


Dr Rahul Mukherjee

MBBS (Cal.) DTM&H (Cal.) MRCP (UK) FRCP (Edin.) FRCP (London) FCCP (USA)
Consultant Physician (Heartlands Hospital) & Hon. Sen. Clinical Lecturer (University of Birmingham, UK)

Dr Rahul Mukherjee is a physician and founder-member of the Rational Medicine Network and a UK National Health Service Consultant since 2007. He takes a keen interest undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, lecturing widely. His clinical practice and research interests are in the multidisciplinary management complex respiratory failure, Non-invasive Ventilation, oxygen therapy, sleep-disordered breathing and complex multimorbidity. As an NHS Consultant, Dr Mukherjee has always actively pursued an interest in Epidemiology and Quality Improvement, previously as the English Department of Health’s Lung Improvement Programme Board co-chair in Birmingham and currently as a member of Standards of Care Committee of the British Thoracic Society and the Q Community of the Health Foundation, UK.

Through the charitable Rational Medicine Network, which was founded to uphold and support the theory and practice of Universal Health Care, Dr Mukherjee pursues his interest in the link between environment and health. As part of this charitable endeavour, he has helped organise several educational workshops and international meetings on Occupational and Environmental Health as a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Occupational & Environmental Health, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi between 2006 and 2014. He currently contributes to scientific surveys and helps build capacity at a handful of community-based health and environmental initiatives in India.




Dr. Balaji Chattopadhyay and Dr. Kritika M Garg

Balaji and Kritika share common interests in the field of wildlife conservation, specifically towards discovering cryptic diversity in the wild, conservation and management of rare and threatened populations. They employ state-of-the-art genomic tools alongside biological and ecological data to study natural populations. They are currently postdoctoral researchers at the Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore, Singapore.