eMedics is an offering of Global Health and Hygiene Solutions, LLC,
Dr. Uma Dhanabalan, MD, MPH, FAAFP. The team today consists of both
MIT trained scientists and medical doctors who are committed to deliver
in the work place.
Our program includes the ABC training approach as
by Dr. Uma Dhanabalan, MD, from her years of work as Asia Pacific medical
director for a Fortune 50 company. We begin by Awareness, then identify key
Behaviors that support change and engage the employee commit to ensure
those changes are long lasting.
eMedics has offices in both North America and Asia Pacific. The North
headquarters is in Cambridge, MA and our Asia Pacific headquarters is in
Uma V. A. Dhanabalan, MD, MPH, FAAFP, Founder.
Dr. Dhanabalan received her Masters in Public Health (MPH) from the Harvard
School of Public Health. Prior to founding eMedics, Dr.Dhanabalan was a
Medical Director for all of Asia Pacific for Kimberly Clark, a Fortune 50
She is Board Certified in Occupational Medicine and Family Medicine. She
completed her medical training at UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School, New
Jersey, USA, and She has also completed a fellowship in the Occupational
Health Program at the Harvard School of Public Health.
She has been actively involved in promoting Occupational Health both in the US
and internationally. She has made presentations, conducted seminars and
workshops for employees, employers as well as health care providers. She is
currently a visiting faculty at the Harvard School of Public Health.
V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, PhD, Founder, President and CEO.
Dr.V.A.Shiva Ayyadurai is a Fulbright Scholar, MIT-Lemelson Awards Finalist and
Westinghouse Science Award recipient. He was born in Bombay, India and moved
to the United States at the age of seven. He completed his secondary school
education in New Jersey. He is the inventor of one of the world's first
E-Mail systems and holds three US Patents in pattern recognition. He has
published scientific articles in several conference proceedings and refereed
journal articles. In January of 2000, one of Shiva's inventions EchoMail was
the featured story in The MIT Technology Review. He has appeared in
articles in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, NBC News, USA Today and
other major publications.
He was named Top 40 in The Improper Bostonian. He is also the author of two
books: Arts and the Internet and The Internet Guide to Publicity. He is a
member of Sigma-Xi, Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi. He is a founder of the
Shanthi Foundation which raises money to provide scholarships for education to
orphaned girls. He is also a supporter of various arts and non-profit
organizations. Shiva enjoys yoga, travel, tennis, animals, art &
architecture, lives in Belmont, MA, USA. He holds an undergraduate degree in
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, an MS in Visual Studies from the
MIT Media Laboratory and a Master's Degree in Theoretical Mechanics, MIT
Department of Mechanical Engineering, with his doctorate in Systems Biology
from the MIT Department of Biological Engineering.