Dr Ankit Mittal

RSTMH Student Ambassador, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi, India

Dr Mittal's ultimate goal is to make a difference in the field of Infectious Diseases in my Country. He wants to remain associated with Academics for the longest time possible.

His proudest achievements are:

  1. Published a systematic review on “CT-Halo sign” [Ray A, Mittal A, Vyas S. CT Halo sign: A systematic review. European Journal of Radiology. 2020 Mar 1;124:108843.] 
  2. Wrote a chapter on “Clinical approach to Sepsis” in the textbook of “Infectious diseases in the Intensive Care Unit” [Mittal A., Soneja M. (2020) Clinical Approach to Sepsis. In: Soneja M., Khanna P. (eds) Infectious Diseases in the Intensive Care Unit. Springer, Singapore. 
  3. Contributed to the creation of an android application on “Antibiotic policy” for effective antimicrobial stewardship.

The main reasons he became an RSTMH Student Ambassador is to interact with young, like-minded researchers and clinicians all across the globe. He also believes it is a great way to create awareness about tropical diseases.