Siddhesh Zadey

Siddhesh Zadey is a researcher in the Department of Surgery at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina, and a co-founder of the Association for Socially Applicable Research (ASAR), a non-governmental, non-profit think tank and student-led advocacy group in India. He is a member of the Global Burden of Disease Collaborators Network, Mental Health Innovation Network, and Global Mental Health Action Network.  


How Pediatric Surgery Could Help India Reach Its Development Goals

Confronting barriers to pediatric surgical care access should be a major priority


How to Save Mothers

Addressing perinatal depression can improve pregnant women’s mental health     


A Clear Fix for a Common Birth Defect in India

Folic acid fortification in food can help reduce neural tube defects in India


Monkeypox in India—Facing the World's Latest Health Threat

Barely back on its feet from COVID-19, India eyes monkeypox with trepidation


Heat, Dust, Fever

India's climate adaptation plan for health should reflect regional and national needs


Suicide and Indian Housewives

In India, the chances of dying by suicide jump drastically if a woman is a housewife