Prof. Madhu Gupta
Designation : Professor
Department : Community Medicine and School of Public Health
gupta.madhu@pgimer.edu.in

 

 
 :: Contact Details
  Phone No.    :   7087008223
  Ext No.        :   5223
 :: Educational Qualification
  Graduation :   MBBS from Himachal Pradesh University in year 1997
  Post Graduation :   MD from Himachal Pradesh University in year 2003
  Other Qualification.(1)      :   PhD(Health Medicine Life Sciences) from Maastricht University The Netherlands in year 2016
     
 :: Area of Interest
       Area Of Interest       :

Maternal health, Child Health, Vaccinology, Inequalities in health, Infectious diseases

     
 :: Research & Projects
      Extramural Projects       :
  1. Research Projects: 40 (Extramural Projects 36; PGI Projects 3; Departmental:1)

    As PI: 24

    As CI: 16

    Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-CMC Vellore (2018-2020)

    1.     Principal Investigator: National Surveillance System for Enteric Fever in India

    World Health Organization

    2.     Coinvestigator (2014)

    Tools for Rapid Assessment of Implementation of Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI) Strategy in the South East Asian Region Countries.

    3.     Principal investigator (2015)

    Development of regional tools for assessment of quality of care of sick children in health facility.

    UNICEF

    1. Coinvestigator (2008-13)

               SPH-PGIMER and UNICEF collaboration for monitoring and evaluating maternal and child health in 

               India.

    USAID

    1. Coinvestigator (2014-16)

    Cost effectiveness of DIMAGI’s commcare program for improving maternal and child health care

    CDC Atlanta-ICMR-NIE

    6.     Principal investigator (2016-2019)

    Impact Assessment Study of Rotavirus Vaccine Linked to the National Rotavirus Surveillance Network in India

    UNFPA

    7.     Principal Investigator (2016-2017)

    Assessment of PPIUCD in the state of Rajasthan and Maharashtra

    8.     Principal investigator (2017)

    Assessment of skills of fresh medical graduates and nurses on family planning in India

    European Commission

    1. Coinvestigator (2008-12)

     Study of prevalence of S.pneumoniae serotypes in Northern India (Chandigarh) and their molecular characterization.

    RAD AID

    1. Coinvestigator (Currently going on)

                Project For Mobile Women Health Clinic

    White Ribbon Alliance

    11.  Coinvestigator (2016-18): Respectful Maternity Care in Punjab: A qualitative study for advocacy.

    12.  Coinvestigator (2018-19): Intervention study to improve Respectful Maternity Care in North India.

    ICMR

    13. Principal Investigator (2013-14)

    Systematic analysis of Home visitation by paramedical professional in pregnancy for reducing low birth weight incidence in developing countries

    14. Principal Investigator (2017-2019)

    Psychosocial Risk and Protective Factors of Problem Behaviours among adolescents in Chandigarh, India.

    15.  Coinvestigator (2015-2020)

    Nodal Coordinating Centre for surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in members of family Enterobacteriaceae

    16. Coinvestigator (2016-2020)

          Congenital Rubella Syndrome Surveillance in India

    17. Coinvestigator (2018-2020)

    Evaluation of prevalence, regional phenotypic variation, comorbidities, risk factors and the variations in response to different therapeutic modalities among Indian women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): A Multicenter study across India

     

    Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, GOI 

    18. Coinvestigator (2016 to date)

    Rollout of ROTAVAC  (Rotavirus vaccine) by the Himachal Pradesh Government and maintenance of surveillance in the sentinel hospitals

    1. Coinvestigator (2012-2015)

                Women’s Breast Cancer Screening Project using newer modalities 

                for  Chandigarh City (Organized population based screening).

     

    Serum Institute of India

    20. Principal Investigator (2018-2020)

    A multicenter phase II/III double blind, randomized placebo controlled study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of VPM1002 in the prevention of tuberculosis (TB) recurrence in pulmonary TB patients after successful TB treatment in India

    21. Coinvestigator (2018-2019)

    A Phase-II/III, Double-blind, Randomized, Active-controlled, Multi-centric Study to Assess the Immunogenicity and Safety of SIIPL’s qHPV Vaccine administered Intramuscularly in Healthy Volunteers according to a Two-dose Schedule to Cohort 1 (Girls and Boys Aged 9-14 years) and a Three-dose Schedule to Cohort 2 (Females and Males Aged 15-26 years) as Compared to Merck’s HPV6/11/16/18 vaccine (Gardasil®).

     

    Shantha Biotech laboratories limited (A part of Sanofi Company)

    1. Principal Investigator (2008)

    Open label multicentric randomized phase four post marketing safety, immunogenicity and lot-to- lot consistency analysis of shan 5 [dtpwhb-hib (liquid) pentavalent combination vaccine] in indian infants.

    1. Principal Investigator (2011-12)

    A Multicenter prospective hospital-based surveillance to estimate the burden of rotavirus gastroenteritis in children less than five years of age in India.

    1. Principal Investigator (2013-14)

    Safety, Immune Lot-to-Lot Consistency and Non-Inferiority of Shan 5 (DTwP-HepB-Hib) Vaccine in Comparison to Pentavac SD When Administered as a Single Booster Bose at 15-18 months and Three Doses at 6-8, 10-12 and 14-16 Weeks of Age in Healthy Indian Children and Infants

    1. Principal Investigator (2013-14)

    A Phase I/II Study of the All In One Liquid Formulation of a Live Attenuated Tetravalent (G1-G4) Bovine-Human Reassortant Rotavirus vaccine (BRV-TV) to Sequentially Evaluate the Safety and Tolerability of a Single Dose in Healthy Adult Volunteers Followed by Evaluation of the Safety, Tolerability and Immunogenicity (Dose Response) of a Three Administration Series in Healthy Infants in India.

    1. Principal Investigator (2016): A Multicenter prospective community-based active surveillance to estimate the burden of rotavirus gastroenteritis in children ≤ 24 months of age in India.
    2. Principal Investigator (2014-15): A Phase III Study to evaluate Safety and Immune Non Inferiority of the All In One Liquid Formulation of a Live Attenuated Tetravalent (G1-G4) Bovine-Human Reassortant Rotavirus vaccine (BRV-TV) to a licensed vaccine Rotateq when administered concomitantly with other routinely recommended vaccines for the age.
    3. Principal Investigator (2014-16): A Phase III Bridging study to evaluate the Immunogenicity and Safety of a Pentavalent vaccine (DTwP-HepB-PRP-T), Shan 5 (with Shantha pertussis) as compared to the licensed vaccine, Shan5 (with imported pertussis) when administered as three dose primary series at 6-8, 10-12, and 14-16 Weeks of Age in Healthy Indian Infants.

     

    Indian Immunologicals Limited

    29.  Principal investigator (2016)

         A phase III multicenteric study randomized single blind study to compare the immunogenicity and  

         safety of HBI Pentavalent (DTwP-Hb-Hib[Liquid]) Combination Vaccine with Pentavac SD vaccine

         when administered in three doses to 6-8 weeks old healthy infants.

    Biologicals E Limited

    30.  Principal Investigator (2016-17)

    A Phase II/III randomised, comparative, multicentre Study to Evaluate the Safety and Immunogenicity of Biological E’s Live, Attenuated Measles-Rubella Vaccine (MR) in 9-12 month old Healthy Infants.

     

    SinoPharma India Private Limited

    31.  Principal Investigator (2018)

     A Prospective, Multicentre, Randomized, Double Blind, Parallel Group, Phase III Study Comparing Immunogenicity, Safety, and Tolerability of Single Dose of Hepatitis A (Live) Vaccine, Freeze-dried from Sinopharm versus BiovacTM-A (Freeze-dried Live Attenuated Hepatitis A Vaccine) from Wockhardt in Healthy Indian Children.

     

    DST-UT, Chandigarh

    1. Principal Investigator (2014-15)

    Immune response of second dose of measles vaccine among children of age 5 to 10 years in Chandigarh

    GSK

    1. Coinvestigator (2012-13)

          Alliance for Surveillance of Invasive Pneumococcal disease in India

    NRHM Haryana

    34. Principal Investigator (2013-14)

    Impact of National Rural Health Mission in reducing maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana.

    Chandigarh Health Administration

    1. Principal Investigator (2013)

     Evaluation of ARSH strategy in Union Territory Chandigarh

    1. Coinvestigator (2007-15)

    Improving monitorable indicators of maternal and child health in Chandigarh.

    PGI

    1. Coinvestigator (2011-13)

    Reproductive and child health: a qualitative study on beliefs and practices of people from rural and slums of Chandigarh.

    1. Principal investigator (2013-15)

    Improving quality of home based post-neonatal care by microteaching of multipurpose workers in rural and slum areas of Chandigarh.

    39. Principal investigator (2018-2020)

    Effectiveness of A Multi-Component Intervention To Reduce Screen-Based Sedentary Behaviors’ in Children aged 2-6 years in Chandigarh, Union Territory: Cluster Randomized Control Trial

    Departmental

    1.  Principal investigator (2012-16)

    Estimation of Burden, Time Trends and Characteristics of Intussusceptions among less than Five Year old children presenting to hospitals: A mixed Retrospective and prospective study in Chandigarh, India.

      Departmental / P.G.I.
      Projects      
:
      Research In
      Progress      
:

1.     National Surveillance System for Enteric Fever in India. Hospital Based Surveillance (Tier 2)

Principal Investigator

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-CMC Vellore

1.2  crores

(Ongoing)

2018-20

2.     A multicenter phase II/III double blind, randomized placebo controlled study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of VPM1002 in the prevention of tuberculosis (TB) recurrence in pulmonary TB patients after successful TB treatment in India

Principal Investigator

Serum institute of India, Private limited

66 lakhs

(Ongoing)

2018-20

3.     Impact Assessment Study of Rotavirus Vaccine Linked to the National Rotavirus Surveillance Network in India

Principal Investigator

CDC Atlanta-ICMR-NIE

 

1.2 crores

(Ongoing)

2016-19

4.     Psychosocial Risk and Protective Factors of Problem Behaviours among adolescents in Chandigarh, India.

Principal Investigator

ICMR, New Delhi

10 lakhs

(Ongoing)

2017-18

5.     A Prospective, Multicentre, Randomized, Double Blind, Parallel Group, Phase III Study Comparing Immunogenicity, Safety, and Tolerability of Single Dose of Hepatitis A (Live) Vaccine, Freeze-dried from Sinopharm versus BiovacTM-A

Principal Investigator

SinoPharma India Private limited

4 lakhs

(Ongoing)

 

2018

6.     Effectiveness of A Multi-Component Intervention To Reduce Screen-Based Sedentary Behaviors’ in Children aged 2-6 years in Chandigarh, Union Territory: Cluster Randomized Control Trial

Principal Investigator

PGIMER intramural grant

4 lakhs

(Ongoing)

2018-20

      Area Of
      Specialization      
:
Community Medicine
      Future Plans       :
Studies on typhoid vaccine, Hepatitis vaccine, Chikunguniya vaccine
Studies on Health inequalities
      Awards & Honours       :

1)    

1.     Gates’ International Development Grant for Young Women to attend the 13th International Congress on infectious diseases at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,  from 19th to 22nd June 2008.

2.     ‘Best Medical Officer Award’ in delivering services under Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme in Chandigarh. Awarded on occasion of World TB Day on 24th March 2006.

3.     Appreciation award on Annual Research day, 2013 for producing high quality research, in PGIMER on publication entitled' Whether introduction of Hib pentavalent vaccine in immunization schedule in Haryana is a cost effective strategy' which got published in Health policy and planning journal with impact factor of 3.1.

4.     Travel scholarship award by Victorian Government to attend International Congress of Paediatrics (ICP) 2013 in Melbourne from 23rd to 29th August 2013.

5.     PhD scholarship from Maastricht University, The Netherlands to attend a symposium on Mixed Method Approach in Paris from 15-16th April 2013.

6.     Dr RN Roy Best Paper Award for the best paper published in Indian Journal of Public Health in the 61st National Conference of Indian Association of Public Health, which was held in AIIMS Jodhpur from 24th to 26th February 2017.

7.     PhD Degree: Awarded the Doctor's Degree in the Faculty of Health, Medicine and life sciences of Maastricht University, The Netherlands, on the topic entitled ‘Effectiveness of Multiple Strategy Community Intervention in Reducing Maternal and Child Health Inequalities in Haryana, North India.’ in December 2016. 

8.     Awarded ‘Best E-Poster’ to the poster entitled ‘Gender differences in bullying and its correlates among school going adolescents in Chandigarh, India’ authored by Monica Rana, Madhu Gupta, Prabhjot Malhi, Sandeep Grover, Manmeet Kaur in the 61st National Conference of Indian Association of Public Health, which was held in AIIMS Jodhpur from 24th to 26th February 2017.

9.     Felicitated by 91.3 FM Community Radio for increasing the awareness regarding adolescent health.

10.  Appreciation award on Annual Research day, 2017 for producing high quality research, in PGIMER on publication entitled 'Imapct of multistrategy community intervention in reducing maternal and child health inequalities: A qualitative study in Haryana.’ which got published in PLOS ONE journal with impact factor of 2.8.

11. Awarded Best Poster to the poster entitled ‘a culturally appropriate nutrition educational intervention improves growth and complementary feeding of 6 months to 1 year old infants in Chandigarh’ authored by Sharma N, Gupta M, Aggarwal AK, Gorle M in the 4th Public Health Symposium on Nutrition, on the theme Strengthening National Action to Combat Malnutrition" on 9th March 2018, held in PGIMER

      Member Of Professional
      Bodies      
:

  1. Life member of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine.
  2. Life member of Indian Public Health Association
  3. Life member of White Ribbon Alliance
  4. Member of International Society of Infectious Diseases
  5. Member of American Association of Family Physicians
  6. Member of International Association of Adolescent Health
  7. Associate Editor BMC Public Health
  8. Editorial Board Member

    EC Paediatrics

    EC Gastroenterology and Digestive system

    Journal of Public Health and Community Medicine
  9. Member

    Adolescent Health State Task Force, Chandigarh

    State Maternal Health Task Force, Chandigarh

    State Expert Committee on Adverse Events Following Immunization in Haryana

    Data safety and monitoring committee, PGIMER, Chandigarh
  10. Reviewer of Journals

    International Journal of Equity in Health

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine

    Indian Journal of Public Health

    British Medical Journal Open

    Global Health Action

    Indian Journal of Medical Research   
     
 :: Publications(In Vancouver Style)

Indexed

InternationalIndexed

  1. Gupta M, Singh A. Pattern of treatment compliance among
    eye patients in North Indian town. Annali italiani di Chirurgia 2007; 78: 1-4.
  2. Gupta M, Thakur JS, Kumar R. Reproductive and child health inequity in Chandigarh, Union Territory of India. Journal of Urban Health. 2008; 86(2):291-99.
  3. Gupta M, Prinja S, Shekhar S, Chakarborti A, Singh A, Singhi S, Kumar R. Feasibility of Pneumonia and Meningitis Surveillance in a District of Northern India. Int J Infect Dis. 2008;12(Spp 1):e69. (Abstract).
  4. Prinja S, Gupta M, Singh A, Kumar R. Improving Age Appropriate Immunization: Experience from Rural North India. Int J Infect Dis. 2008;12(Spp 1):e154-55. (Abstract).
  5. Prinja S, Gupta M, Singh A, Kumar R. Effectiveness of planning and management interventions for improving age-appropriate immunization in rural India. Bull WHO. 2010:88(2);81-160.
  6. Gupta M, Prinja S, Kumar R and Kaur M. Cost-effectiveness of Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine introduction in the universal immunization schedule in Haryana State, India. Health Policy and planning. 2013;28(1):51-61.
  7. Jeyashree K, Gupta M, Kathirvel S, Singh A. Home deliveries in Chandigarh, the beautiful city of India: a tug of war between culture and science. BMJ Case Reports 2013. doi:10.1136/bcr-2012-007904.
  8. Saluja T, Sharma SD, Gupta M, Kundu R, Kar S, Dutta A et al. A multicenter prospective hospital based surveillance to estimate the burden of rotavirus gastroenteritis in children less than five years of age in India. Vaccine. 2014;32(1):A13-A19.  doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.03.030
  9. MS Dhingra, Kundu R, Gupta M, Kanungo S, Ganguly N, Singh M et al. Phase I/II Evaluation of Safety and Immunogenicity of a Live Attenuated Tetravalent (G1-G4) Bovine-Human Reassortant Rotavirus vaccine (BRV-TV) in Healthy Indian Adults and Infants. Vaccine. 2014;32(1):A117-A123. doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2014.03.069
  10. Venkatachalam J, Aggarwal AK, Gupta M. Treatment Seeking Practices of Parents of Under-Fives’ in IMNCI Implemented district of North India. International journal of contemporary medicine. 2014;2(1):33-38.
  11. Gupta M, Angeli F, van Schayck OCP, Bosma H. Effectiveness of a multiple startegy community intervention to reduce maternala and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India: a mixed methods study protocol. Glob Health Action. 2015, 8: 25987 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v8.25987
  12. Kaur M, Sukhbir, Gupta M, Pankaj. Inequity in Access to Health Services between Migrants and Natives of Chandigarh, India. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care. 2015;11(2):147-155. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJMHSC-03-2014-0010
  13. Sardana  M, Goel S, Gupta M,  Singh BS. Is exposure to Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship (TAPS) associated with initiation of tobacco use among current tobacco users in youth in India? Asia Pacific Journal of Cnacer Prevention. 2015;16(15):6299-6302.
  14. Gandhi DJDhaded SMRavi MDDubey APKundu RLalwani SKChhatwal JMathew LGGupta MSharma SDBavdekar SBJayanth MV,Ravinuthala S, Sil A, Dhingra MS.

Safety, immunelot-to-lot consistency and non-inferiority of a fully liquid pentavalentDTwP-HepB-Hib vaccine in Healthy Indian Toddlers and Infants. Hum Vaccin Immunother. 2015;18:0.DOI:

10.1080/21645515.2015.1100779.

15. Blencowe H, Cousens S, Jassir FB, Say L, ChouD, Mathers C, The lancet still birth epidemiology investigator group et al. National,regional, and worldwide estimates of stillbirth rates in 2015, with trends from2000: a systematic analysis. The LancetGlob Health 2016; 4(2); e98-e108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(15)00275-2.

16. Joy E Lawn, Blencowe H, Waiswa P, Amouzou A, Matehers C,Hagan D, Lancet Stillbirth Epidemiology investigator group. Stillbirths:rates,risk factors and acceleration towards 2030. The Lancet. 2016; 387 (10018): 587-603. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(15)00837-5.

  1. Gupta M, Angeli F, Bosma H, Rana M, Prinja S, Kumar R, van Schayck OCP. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention in reducing geographical, socioeconomic and gender inequalities in maternal and child health outcomes in Haryana, India. PLOS One. 2016; 11(3): e0150537. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0150537.

18. Smith ND, Gupta M, KaurM, Kumar R. Determinants of persistent anemia in poor, urban pregnant women ofChandigarh city, North India: a mixed method approach. Food and nutritionbulletin. 2016; DOI: 10.1177/0379572116637721.

19. Prinja S, Rani R, Gupta A,Bahuguna P, Thakur JS, Gupta M,Singh T. Impact assessment and Cost effectiveness of m-Healthapplication used by community health workers for maternal, newborn and childhealth care (MNCH) services in a rural area of Uttar Pradesh, India - StudyProtocol. Glob Health Action 2016, 9: 31473 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v9.31473.

20. SalujaT, Dhingra MS, Sharma SD, Gupta M,Kundu R, Kar S et al. Association of rotavirus strains and severity ofgastroenteritis in Indian Children. Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics.2016; 1-6. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21645515.2016.1238994.

21. Gupta M, Bosma H, Angeli F, Kaur M, Chakrapani V, Rana M, et al.  Impact of a Multi-Strategy CommunityIntervention to Reduce Maternal and Child Health Inequalities in India: AQualitative Study in Haryana. PLoS ONE. 2017;12(1): e0170175.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0170175. JAN 2017.

22. Sil A, Ravi MD, Patnaik BN, Dhingra MS, Dupuy M, Gandhi DJ, DhadedMS, Dubey AP, Kundu R, Lalwani SK, Chhatwal J, Mathew LG, Gupta M, Sharma SD, Bavdekar SB, Rout SP, Jayanth MV, A D’Cor NA,Mangarule SA, Ravinuthala S, Reddy EJ. Effect of prophylactic or therapeuticadministration of paracetamol on immune response to DTwP-HepB-Hib combinationvaccine in Indian infants. Vaccine. 2017: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2017.03.009.APR 2017

23.  Gupta M, Angeli F, Bosma H, Prinja S, Kaur M, vanSchayck OCP.  Utilization ofintergovernmental funds to implement maternal and child health plans of amulti-strategy community intervention in Haryana, North India: A retrospectiveassessment. PharmacoEconomics Open. 2017. doi:10.1007/s41669-017-0026-3. MAY2017.

24.  Prinja S, Nimesh R, Gupta A, Bahuguna P, Gupta M, Thakur JS. Impact of m-Health application used bycommunity health volunteers for improving utilization of maternal, newborn andchild health care (MNCH) services in a rural area of Uttar Pradesh, India.Tropical Medicine & International Health. Trop Med Int Health. 2017. doi:10.1111/tmi.12895. 22(7):895-907. JUNE 2017

25. Singh T, Khandelwal N, Singla V, Dileep K, GuptaM, Singh G, Bal A. Breast Density in screening mammography in Indianpopulation- Is it different from western population? Breast Journal. 2017. doi: 10.1111/tbj.12949. NOV 2017

26.  Saluja T, PalkarS, Misra P, Gupta M, Venugopal  P,Sood AK et al. Live attenuated tetravalent (G1-G4) bovine-human reassortantrotavirus vaccine (BRV-TV): Randomized, controlled phase III study in Indianinfants. Vaccine. 2017;35(28):3575-3581. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine. 2017.05.019.May 2017.

27.  Gupta M, Kanojia R, Singha R, TripathyJ, Kamlesh M, Saxena A, Bansal A, Muralidharan J, Kumar R. Intussusception rateamong under-five-children before introduction of rotavirus vaccine in NorthIndia. Journal of Tropical Paediatrics. 2017: 1-10. doi:10.1093/tropej/fmx073.[Oct 2017]

28. GuptaM, Bosma H, Angeli F, Kaur M, Chakrapani V, Rana M, van Schayck OCP. A mixed methods study on evaluating theperformance of a multi-strategy national health program to reduce maternal andchild health disparities in Haryana, India. BMC Public Health. 2017;17(1):698. doi: 10.1186/s12889-017-4706-9. SEP 2017.

29. Newtonraj A, Kaur M, Gupta M, Kumar R. Level,Causes, and Risk Factors of Stillbirth: A Population-Based Case Control Studyfrom Chandigarh, India. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 2017;17:371.doi:  10.1186/s12884-017-1557-4.Nov 2017.

30.  Rana M, GuptaM, Malhi P, Grover S, Kaur M. Effectiveness of amulticomponent school based intervention to reduce bullying among adolescentsin Chandigarh, North India: a quasi-experimental study protocol. Journal ofPublic Health Research. 2018;7(1):1304. doi:  10.4081/jphr.2018.1304. Apr 2018.

31.  Prinja S, Bahuguna P, Gupta A, Nimesh R, Gupta M, Thakur JS. Costeffectiveness of mhealth intervention by community health workers for reducingmaternal and newborn mortality in rural Uttar Pradesh, India. Cost Eff ResourceAlloc. 2018; 15:25. doi:  10.1186/s12962-018-0110-2. June 2018.

 National Journals

  1. Gupta M, Aggarwal AK. Feasibility study of IMNCI guidelines on effective breastfeeding in North Indian rural area. Indian Journal of Community Medicine. 2008;33(3):201-203
  2. Gupta M, Gupta BP, Chauhan A, Bhardwaj A. Ocular morbidity prevalence among school children in Shimla, Himachal, North India. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology. 2009; 57:133-138.
  3. Gupta M, Kumar R, Deb AK, Bhattacharya SK, Bose A, John J et al. Multi-center surveillance for pneumonia & meningitis among children (<2 yr) for Hib vaccine probe trial preparation in India. Indian J Med Res 2010;131: 649-658.
  4. Mathew BS, Fleming DS, Gupta M, Kumar R, Kumar D, Chandy SJ et al. An objective measure of antibiotic use for febrile illness in a rural paediatric population using high performance liquid chromatography. Indian J Med Res 2010:131; 723-725.
  5.  Gupta M, Prinja S, Kumar D, Kumar R. Introducing pentavalent vaccine in EPI in India: A counsel for prudence in interpreting scientific literature. Indian J Med Res 2011;133(5):560-62.
  6. J Venkatachalem, Kumar D, Gupta M, Aggarwal AK. Knowledge and skills of primary health care worker on IMNCI: Follow up assessment  three years after training. Indian Journal of Public Health. 2011;55(4):289-302.
  7. Singh SK, Kaur R, Gupta M, Kumar R. Is National Rural Health Mission having any Impact on Perinatal Mortality in Rural India? Indian Pediatrics. 2012 ;49(2):136-8.

39. Singhi S, Gupta M, Kumar D, Kumar R. Outcome of meningitis among lessthan 2-year-old children in Haryana. Indian Journal of Paediatrics.2012;79(12):1651-3.

  1. Venkatachalam J, Aggarwal AK, Gupta M, Sathya GR. Evaluation of IMNCI practices among health care providers in a district of North India. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 2012;1(6):45-60.
  2. Venkatachalam J, Kumar D, Gupta M, Aggarwal AK. Development of One day Refresher Training Course for Primary Health Care Workers on Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness (IMNCI). Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. 2012;4(1):221-223.
  3. Gupta M, Venkatachalam J, Goyal N, Kaur R, Goel S, Kaur M et al. Models of Supportive Supervision for IMNCI Implementation in Selected Districts of Bihar, Orissa and Rajasthan in India. Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. 2012;4(1):224-228.
  4. Dikid T, Gupta M, Kaur M, Goel S, Aggarwal AK, Caravotta J. Maternal and perinatal death inquiry and response project implementation review in India. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India. 2013;63:101-107.

44.  Chakarborti A, Sekhar S, SinghiS, Kumar D, Prinja S, Gupta M, KumarR. Feasibility of Laboratory-Based Surveillance for Childhood Pneumonia andMeningitis in District Hospitals. J Commun Dis.2013; 45(3&4) : 125-36.

  1. Bhatnagar N, Kaur R, Gupta M. Introducing combined Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine in Chandigarh (India): Issues and Concerns. Indian Paediatrics. 2014;51(6):441-3.
  2. Kumar R, Gupta M, Prinja S. Illness burden, care seeking, and treatment cost among <2-year-old children in a rural area of Haryana. Indian Journal of Paediatrics. 2014;81(12):1347-52.
  3. Singh MP, Kumar A, Gautam N, Khurana J, Gupta M, Ratho RK. Rubella outbreak in the Union Territory of Chandigarh, North India. J Med Virol. 2015;87(2):344-9.
  4. Gupta M, Bhatnagar N, Bahugana P. Inequity in awareness and utilization of adolescent reproductive and sexual health services in Union Territory, Chandigarh, North India. Indian Journal of Public Health. 2015;59(1):9-17.
  5. Madhanraj K, Singh N, Gupta M, Singh MP, and Ratho RK. An Outbreak of Rubella in a Union Territory of Northern India. Indian Paediatrics. 2014;51(11):897-99.

50. Khumukcham T, Singh T, Kaur M, GuptaM, Kumar R. Factors Influencing the Choice of a Public or Private HealthInstitution for Childbirth in Chandigarh. Indian J Comm Health. 2015; 27, 1:86-94.

51. Singh MP, Chandran C, SarwaA, Kumar A, Gupta M, Raj A, RathoRK. Outbreak of chicken pox in a Union Territory of North India. Indian Journalof Medical Microbiology. 2015;33(4);524-527.

  1. Gupta M, Tripathy JP. Psychosocial problems among young high school adolescents in Chandigarh, North India. Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. 2015;6(1):11-15.

53. Gupta M, Singh MP, Guglani V,Mahajan KS, Pandit S. Hospital based surveillance of rotavirus diarrhoeaamong under five children in Chandigarh. Indian Paediatrics.2016;53:651-52.

54. Chauhan A, Gupta M,Thakur JS. Physical activity status and its determinants among public healthcare doctors in tertiary care public sector hospitals in Chandigarh, India.Indian Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 6(7): 47-50.

55.Gupta M, Tripathy JP, Jamir L, Sarwa A,Sinha S, Bhag C. Improving quality of home based postnatal care bymicroteaching of multipurpose workers in rural and urban slum areas ofChandigarh, India: a pilot study. Advances in Medical Education and Practice.2016; 2017(8):1-8. Doi.  https://doi.org/10.2147/AMEP.S111697

56. Singh M, Gupta M, GroverS.  Prevalence and factors associatedwith depression among school going adolescents in Chandigarh, North India.Indian Journal of Medical Research. 2017; 146:205-215. DOI: 10.4103/ijmr.IJMR_1339_15. [Dec 2017]

57.Singh MP, Kaur M, Gupta N,Kumar A, Goyal K, Sharma A, Majumdar M, GuptaM, Ratho K. Prevalence of high risk human papilloma virus types andcervical smear abnormalities in female sex workers in Chandigarh, India. IndianJournal of Medical Research. 2016;34(3):328-34. [Aug 2017.]

58. Singh SK, KaurR, Prabhakar PK, Gupta M, Kumar R. Improving perinatal health:  Are Indian health policies progressing in theright direction? Indian J Comm Medicine. 2017; 42(2):116-19. [Apr-June 2017]

59. Singh MP, Kaur R, Kumar A, GuptaM, Garg S, Ratho RK. Investigation of an outbreak of Varicella inChandigarh, North India using a real time PCR approach. Indian Journal ofMedical Microbiology. 2017. doi:10.4103/ijmm. IJMM_16_420. [Oct 2017]

60. Aggarwal AK, Gupta R, Das Dhritiman, Dhakar AS, Sharma G,Anand H, Kaur K, Sheoran K, Dalpath S, Khatri J, Gupta M. An Alternative Approach for Supportive Supervision andSkill Measurements of Health Workers for IMNCI Program in 10 districts ofHaryana. Indian J Comm Medicine. 2018; 43(1):40-43. [Feb 2018.]

  1. Goel S, Kumar AVM, Aggarwal AK, Singh RJ, Lal Pranay, Kumar R, Gupta M, Dogra V, Gupta D. Capacity building through operational research in tobacco control: Experiences and lesson learnt. India J Comm Medicine. 2018. [May 2018.]
  2. Gupta M, Tripathy JP, Varma S. Audio-video informed consent process in vaccine trials: Experience from North India. Indian Journal of Medical Education. 2018. DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2018.043. [May 2018.] (Published online).
  3. Gupta M, Tripathy JP, Verma M, Singh MP, Kaur R, Ratho RK, Kumar R. Seroprevalence of measles mumps rubella antibodies among children of age 5-10 years in a North Indian Union Territory. Indian J Med Res. 2018. (Accepted)

64. Prinja S, Bahuguna P, Gupta A,Nimesh R, Gupta M, Thakur JS. CostEffectiveness of m-health Intervention by Community Health Workers for ReducingMaternal and Newborn Mortality in Rural Uttar Pradesh, India. CostEffectiveness and Resource Allocation. 2018. (Accepted).

 

Non Indexed

  1. Kaur M, Aggarwal AK, Gupta M. Audit maternal deaths to save mothers. Manthan. 2009;13(2):3-5.

 

 

 

Book

  1. Gupta M. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India. Maastricht. Netherlands; IPSKAMP Printing: 2016.

Chapters in Book

  1. Gupta M, Angeli F, van Schayck OCP, Bosma H. Effectiveness of a multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India: A mixed-methods study protocol. In: Gupta M, editor. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India. Maastricht, Netherlands: IPSKAMP Printing 2016. p.19-40.
  1. Gupta M, Angeli F, Bosma H, Prinja S, Kaur M, van Schayck OCP. Extent of implementation of a multiple-strategy community intervention for reducing maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, India. In: Gupta M, editor. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India. Maastricht, Netherlands: IPSKAMP Printing 2016. p. 41-70.
  1. Gupta M, Angeli F, Bosma H, Rana M, Prinja S, Kumar R, van Schayck OCP. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention in reducing geographical, socioeconomic and gender based inequalities in maternal and child health outcomes in Haryana, India. In: Gupta M, editor. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India. Maastricht, Netherlands: IPSKAMP Printing 2016. p.71-102.
  1. Gupta M, Bosma H, Angeli F, Kaur M, Chakarpani V, Rana M, van Schayck OCP. Qualitative study on the effectiveness of a multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, India. In: Gupta M, editor. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India. Maastricht, Netherlands: IPSKAMP Printing 2016. p. 103-132.
  1. Gupta M, Bosma H, Angeli F, Kaur M, Chakarpani V, van Schayck OCP. Effectiveness of a multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Northern India: mixed method study. In: Gupta M, editor. Effectiveness of multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, North India. Maastricht, Netherlands: IPSKAMP Printing 2016. p. 133-160.