Dr Srinubabu Gedela receives ‘Champions of Change’ award

The founder and Chief Executive Officer of OMICS and PULSUS Chie Executive Officer, Dr Srinubabu Gedela received “Champions of Change” award from the Vice President of India, Mr M Venkaiah Naidu for his efforts in the bioscience research and education


Hyderabad: The Chief Executive Officer of Hyderabad headquartered OMICS and PULSUS, Dr Srinubabu Gedela received “Champions of Change” award from Mr M Venkaiah Naidu, Vice President of India, at an award ceremony held on 26th December at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.

The Champions of Change Awards is an endeavor to tell the world about positive developments in India. It is crucial that the stories of people who toil for the betterment of their brethren. The prestigious awards have been chosen through a rigorous selection process by a distinguished Jury Board.

The award was given to Dr Srinubabu Gedela for his relentless work and contribution in various social and healthcare services, his involvement in sharing healthcare and agricultural information to remotest corners of India in citizen preferred Indian languages, giving knowledge and information to every citizen of this country for free of cost. His contribution during TiTli cyclone in Andhrapradesh was notable, more than one Lakh families was supported by him, when these family lost everything that they have to TiTli, each family was provided 10 kg Rice Bag, blanket and a sari. He is also known for his service in creating jobs, in Uttara Andhra alone, he had created 1 million (10 lakhs) jobs.

After receiving the award Dr Srinubabu Gedela, the distinguished scientist, an entrepreneur, and post-doctorate from Stanford University said, “It is a great honor and I am humbled, the Champions of change 2018 award will further my grit, to continue to make healthcare and scientific information accessible to remotest corners of the world in their preferred language for free of cost and will also go on to create employment opportunities for rural India and underprivileged population.”

Dr Srinubabu’s company Omics International publishes scientific and healthcare journals in the fields of Clinical, Medical, Engineering and Technology, Management, and Life Sciences. In 1984 he established PULSUS Group with operations in London, Singapore, Chennai, Gurgaon and Hyderabad, providing services in health-tech, health informatics, medical publishing and pharmacovigilance services.