Pramiti Parwani is a PhD candidate at the Law Centre for Health and Life and the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) at the Amsterdam Law School. Her research focuses on access to vaccines in low-and-middle-income countries, and the role of India and EU within that. She is associated with the INDIGO project, which involves a consortium of public and private organisations in the EU, India and US for the developing two influenza vaccines.
Pramiti seeks to examine barriers at different stages of the supply chain- from development, to production to regulatory approval pathways. She uses third world approaches to international law (TWAIL) in her work, looking at the role played by India as 'pharmacy of the developing world', as well as the globalising effect of EU's regulatory policies, and the impact of EU-India relarions.
She finished her LL.M. in International Law at the Graduate Institute, Geneva (summa cum laude, 2020) and received her law degree at NUJS, Kolkata in India (2019).
She is also affiliated with the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development.