INTERNATIONAL BEST RESEARCHER AWARD- Medicinal Science.
Dr. Snigdha Sharma commenced her research journey with a short questionnaire study in 2017 followed by a short-term studentship (STS) project under the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). She has subsequently conducted and been a part of several other projects. She is an Indian Representative at Consortium of Universities for Global Health and a part of Global Health Workforce Panel (GHWP) which is working towards to evaluating and selecting the 2021-2022 cohort of Global Health Fellows in six technical tracks including Epidemiology, HIV Prevention, Monitoring & amp; Evaluation, Strategic Information, Program Management, and Surveillance. She has also actively conducted workshops and online sessions on ‘Clinical Communication Skills’ once a month since May 2020 for medical/ nursing students in India, USA, Australia and England as the Indian representative and Workshop Facilitator, Glocal Academy (United Kingdom). She has also been a part of an initiative to promote Listening with Empathy among healthcare professionals and worked as an intern with the International Listening Association (USA) to organize the International Day of Listening on September 17, 2020, Listening with Empathy. Dr Snigdha has authored over 10 research papers published in esteemed journals, including original and review papers during her undergraduate years. She has worked as an editor in the Journal of Asian Medical Students Association (JAMSA) and is currently a member of the Review and Editorial Board of several national/international indexed medical Journals and has organized India’s first all-virtual medical conference for students-WEBMEDQUEST in 2020 as the organizing secretary and worked as an ambassador in several international conferences for medical students and has been actively involved in awareness programs and short projects during her medical internship. Dr. Snigdha has been actively involved in awareness programs and short projects based on her experience and observations made during her internship while attending patients in different departments based on which she further conducted awareness campaigns to educate remote tribal communities.