Ignoring wastewater is a wasted opportunity to improve disease response
Talk on ‘Importance of Environmental Surveillance in India’ by Dr. Farah Ishtiaq
Talk by Dr. Soumya Swaminathan
COVID-19 in endemic stage, still need to monitor viral load, new variant: Top expert
Wastewater study detects a large, silent wave in Bengaluru
Our research is aimed at making treatment for rare genetic diseases affordable
MoU with ICAR – National Institute of Veterinary Epidemiology and Disease Informatics (ICAR – NIVEDI)
TIGS and DBT – Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) sign MoU to work on Rare Genetic Disorders
Dr. Farah Ishtiaq featured in Vigyan Vidushi: Future Hopes a resource book by Vigyan Prasar
Developing a uniform model to track disease in the drain
Publication: Enrichment of phenotype among biological forms of Anopheles stephensi Liston through establishment of isofemale lines
TIGS visit to TATA Digital Nerve Centre (DiNC), Kolar
Launch of BeST cluster OneHealth Bengaluru City Consortium
A Bengaluru group is knee-deep in wastewater—looking for secrets on future diseases
TIGS Annual Report 2022
TIGS participation in Racefor7 2023
Student visit – St. Joesph’s College, Bengaluru
Award to Dr. Mansi Malik
Why environmental surveillance for avian influenza is vital
Talk by Dr. Farah Ishtiaq on Genomic Surveillance to track diseases in wastewater