About

Dr Kaushik Ghosh GIS ARPSDr. Kaushik Ghosh is a Digital Imaging consultant for Visual Communication in Medicine. Born into a family of physicians, Kaushik is formally trained in both medicine and visual arts.

Kaushik is the first & only Indian recipient of Graduate Imaging Scientist (GIS ARPS) qualification in the field of medical and scientific photography from The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain (RPS). He is also the first corresponding member of India in the Medical Group Committee of RPS. Kaushik is the pioneer in developing, designing & implementing India’s first graduate course in Medical & Scientific Photography at PGI Chandigarh. He is a member of the International Visual Sociology Association (IVSA).

Kaushik is currently engaged with different organizations as a consultant photographer for various medical, scientific and public health assignments, specifically the Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP). For the last couple of years, Kaushik is traveling across India to scientifically photograph the vaccine delivery and also the human stories behind the success of UIP.

  • Commissioned photographer and designing consultant of “Rotavirus Vaccine: the India story”, a coffee table book released by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Hon’ble Health Minister of India and Mr. Seth Franklin Berkley, Epidemiologist & CEO of Gavi Alliance on December 5, 2019, at New Delhi.
  • Commissioned photographer and designing consultant of “Bihar’s story of Routine Immunisation” –  a coffee table book released by Mr. Nitish Kumar, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Bihar and Mr. Bill Gates, Co-chair Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on November 17, 2019 at Patna, Bihar.
  • “Behind-the-Scenes in Child Health” – a solo photography exhibition about seven extraordinary people behind the success of India’s Immunisation programme; organized by Global Health Strategies (GHS), International Vaccine Access Centre (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health), Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh and Child Health Foundation; at AIFACS Gallery, New Delhi from September 6 to 12, 2019.