Anil K. Kaul
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Dr. Anil K. Kaul received a medical degree from Madras Medical College of Madras University, a dental degree from King Georges’ Medical College, both in India, and a master’s degree from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Texas in Galveston. He is the director of clinical laboratories and Associate professor of 'Obstetrics & Gynecology' at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. He also received the Science Achiever of the Year award at the South Asian Excellence Awards ceremony in New York City in 2008. He was nominated by the US Department of State for the “Expeditionary Service Award” for his assignment in Iraq. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton awarded the citation for committed service in extraordinary and arduous conditions during his field assignment in Iraq. He is the director of the Asia-Pacific region for the International Infectious Diseases Society for Obstetricians & Gynecologists. He holds several patents including one for early detection of premature births.
Kaul’s research focuses on infectious diseases with special interest in women’s health related issues including premature births. His current research involves developing new diagnostic tools for early detection of cancer, and osteoporosis, as well as wireless monitoring of pregnancy.