Sachin Chaturvedi, Corresponding Fellow
In addition to his appointment at Yale, Dr. Sachin Chaturvedi is a Senior Fellow at the Research and Information System for the Developing Countries in New Delhi. His areas of specialization include trade and economic issues related to technology and innovation systems and possible linkages with frontier technologies. He has also served as a consultant to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, World Bank, UN-ESCAP, UNESCO, OECD, the Commonwealth Secretariat, IUCN, the Ministry of Environment and Forests and the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, among other organizations. He has been a Fellow at the University of Amsterdam (1996), Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla (2003) and German Development Institute (2007).
His background includes working at the University of Amsterdam under a project supported by Dutch Ministry of External Affairs on International Development Cooperation and Biotechnology for Developing Countries. He has also been a member of IGSAC Committee of Experts for evolving a framework of Cooperation for conservation of biodiversity in the SAARC region, a member of the editorial board of Biotechnology Development Monitor, in the Netherlands, and Asian Biotechnology Development Review, in New Delhi. He has authored two books and has published several research articles in various prestigious journals.
More information on Dr. Chaturvedi is available at his RIS webpage.