Friday
Jan082010

Tahir Amin Awarded Prestigious TEDIndia Fellowship for I-MAK's Innovations, Accomplishments and Potential to Positively Affect the World

New York, NY, January 8, 2010 - Tahir Amin, Director of the non-profit organization I-MAK, was awarded a prestigious TEDIndia Fellowship in 2009 for his "remarkable accomplishment and outstanding potential to positively affect the world." As an organization, TED pushes the edge of the envelope looking for the next generation of innovators. Amin's work with I-MAK...was a perfect fit with TED's spotlight on "ideas worth spreading" and earned him a fellowship on the first roster of TED fellows in India. Read more here and here.

 

Thursday
Dec102009

I-MAK Director Chosen as NYU Law Alumni of the Month (November 2009)

The Office of Development and Alumni Relations proudly announced the November Alumna of the Month (ALMO): Priti Radhakrishnan ’02, co-director, Initiative for Medicines, Access & Knowledge.

Thursday
Dec102009

I-MAK Director Selected to Asia 21 Summit in Malaysia

I-MAK Director Priti Radhakrishnan was selected to attend the Asia 21 Summit in Malaysia in November 2009. Read more here.

Thursday
Apr022009

I-MAK's Director of Treatment Access Awarded Fellowship in 2009 Class of Asia 21 Young Leaders

New York, March 23, 2009 --- The Asia Society named I-MAK's Director of Treatment Access, Priti Radhakrishnan, as one of three young leaders from the United States chosen for its 2009 Class of Asia 21 Fellows. The program brings together dynamic emerging leaders under the age of forty to develop shared, innovative approaches to the greatest challenges affecting the Asia-Pacific region. The first meeting of the 2009 class of Fellows will be held March 29-April 1 in The Philippines. READ MORE >

Saturday
Nov152008

I-MAK's Director for Treatment Access Selected for Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit

Tokyo, November 12, 2008 --- Priti Radhakrishnan, director of treatment access for the non-profit Initiative for Medicines, Access and Knowledge (I-MAK), has been selected as one of 160 emerging leaders from 30 countries in the Asia-Pacific region who will gather at the Four Seasons Hotel in Tokyo for the Asia Society’s Third Annual Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit. For full press release click here