Dr Bipin Adhikari
Research physician, Social Sciences, and Infectious Diseases
Bipin Adhikari is a researcher who joined Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU), Bangkok in 2015. After completing DPhil at University of Oxford in 2019, in which he concentrated his research around community engagement for targeted malaria elimination in Laos, he has worked with global researchers to broaden the scholarship around community engagement in health research. He is currently working at the malaria department of MORU based at field sites in Cambodia. His research interests are in social and clinical aspects of infectious diseases, epidemiology, antimicrobial resistance, and broader cross-cutting areas such as disaster medicine, one health and planetary health in South/Southeast Asia.
Covid-19 in Nepal and the existential predicaments of poverty and governance
Mishra SR. and Adhikari B., (2022), The Covid-19 Crisis in South Asia: Coping with the Pandemic, 73 - 87
Kidney Sellers From a Village in Nepal: Protocol for an Ethnographic Study.
Shrestha B. et al, (2022), JMIR research protocols, 11
Community engagement for malaria elimination in the Greater Mekong Sub-region: a qualitative study among malaria researchers and policymakers.
Kaehler N. et al, (2022), Malaria journal, 21
Transforming Nepal's primary health care delivery system in global health era: addressing historical and current implementation challenges.
Adhikari B. et al, (2022), Global Health, 18
‘Working relationships’ across difference - a realist review of community engagement with malaria research
Vincent R. et al, (2022), Wellcome Open Research, 7, 13 - 13