Economic and Social Research Council Future Research Leader Award, India’s pharmaceuticals, local production and public health security in sub-Saharan Africa: a comparative study, 01st September 2016 – 31st August 2019, £228,221

British Academy Small Research Grant (SG132371), Mapping India’s south-south pharmaceutical production networks and development implications in South Africa, 01st April 2014 – 31st December 2015, £10,000.

Regional Studies Association Early Career Grant, Local pharmaceutical production in East Africa: south-south production networks and the state, 01st June 2014 – 30th November 2015, £10,000.

Graduate Student Council Travel Award, Clark University, 2013, US$400.

Pruser Dissertation Enhancement Award, Clark University, 2012, US$750.

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, Project: “The state, intellectual property rights, and the rise of India’s pharmaceutical industry”, May 2011 – October 2012, US$12,000.

Graduate Student Research Award 2012, Economic Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, US$750.

John Henry Thompson ’41 Endowed Summer Research Fellowship in Geography 2008, Clark University, US$3,000.

Graduate Student Fellowship, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University, Sept. 2007-June 2011, Spring 2013 (US$15,700 per academic year).


Royal Geographical Society Area Prize for New Research in Geography 2014, awarded for article in Area, 46 (4), 435-442. Paper title: ‘Postgraduate encounters with sub-disciplinary divides: entering the economic/development geography trading zone‘.

Peter Gould Best Student Paper Award 2013, Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers. Paper title: ‘Rising powers as harbingers of public health-oriented patent law? The Indian pharmaceutical industry and economic geographies underlying health’.

A.K. Dutt Best Graduate Student Paper Award 2013, Regional Development and Planning Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers. Paper title: ‘Strategic decoupling, recoupling and global production networks: India’s pharmaceutical industry‘.

Best Student Paper Award 2009, Economic Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers. Paper title: ‘The emerging geography of India’s pharmaceutical firms in the global economy’.

Entrance Exhibition Award, Trinity College, Dublin. 2003.

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