2005-2007 - Behavioural, virological and immunological factors influencing hepatitis C virus infection in injecting drug users. M Hellard, M Bharadwaj, N Crofts, C Aitken, E Gowans, S Bowden. NHMRC $955,250
2005-2006 - Pre-Clinical Development in HLA A2.1 Transgenic Mice of Self Adjuvanting Anti- HCV Vaccine Candidates that Target Dendritic Cells. Jackson D, Torresi J, Bharadwaj M. Australian centre for HIV and HCV research (ACH)2 $106,750 pa.
2007 - Preclinical testing of a recombinant adenovirus-based vaccine to boost Hepatitis C Virus-specific cellular immunity. Bharadwaj M, Torresi J. Australian council for HIV and HCV research (ACH)2 $110,000. pa.
2007 - Bharadwaj M, Early Career Researcher, Univ of Melb $27,750
2009 - Identifying the correlates of protection in HCV infection. Bharadwaj M, Melbourne Research grant scheme, Univ of Melb $36,750.
2010-2011 - Novel measures for induction of effective Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)-specific T-cell immunity. Bharadwaj M. and Kedzierska K. Australian centre for HIV and HCV research (ACH)2 $160,000 for 18 months.
2011 - Correlates of protection in HCV infection. Bharadwaj M. Melbourne Research grant scheme, Univ of Melb $41005.
Education and training
King George Medical University 1992
Aligarh Muslim University 1985
Aligarh Muslim University 1983
Awards and honors
Conference Travel award, International EBV association,
Junior Research Fellowship, Indian Council of Medical Research,