Sunday, December 11, 2016

Scholarship scheme introduced for posgraduate students

LAHORE - Punjab AIDS Control Program has presented PACP Research Scholarships Scheme for postgraduate understudies (MPhil and PhD).

The concentration of these exploration recommendations is for the most part Microbiology, Virology, Molecular Biology, Epidemiology, Genetics, Biochemistry, Public Health, Physiology, Gender Studies and Pathology. In the main stage, 44 applications were gotten for PhD and 76 for MPhil. PhD understudies will be granted Rs40,000 and MPhil Rs20,000 every month.

Extend Director PACP and Additional Secretary P&SH Department Dr Adnan Zafar said that these applications have been assessed by board of specialists from everywhere throughout the area to keep up nature of research work. He said that the chose understudies would be given chance to clean their capacities to adapt to objective arranged research.

The addresses from broadly and universally famous researchers of separate fields would be organized these examination understudies. The limit working of understudies would be the principle center of this program to create gifted and prepared labor that would be a profitable expansion. He said that the Advanced Reference Lab (ARL) under this venture would serve as main issue and give research center system amongst region and reference labs.

Besides, the ARL would likewise set up joint efforts with global research facilities/reference focuses. Current indicative offices gave by ARL included ELISA, PCR, Sertotyping, Hepatitis B and C, Cryptococcus, numerous other bacterial and viral diseases furthermore giving office to hostile to rabies immunization.

A group containing gifted and prepared human asset on virology, sub-atomic science and organic sciences was working in this research center, he said.

Debatable on wellbeing sciences

The primary worldwide gathering on associated wellbeing sciences, nursing and drug store began at the University of Health Sciences (UHS) yesterday with 18 workshops organized at different foundations.

The topic of the three day meeting is "Connecting the crevices in medicinal services: Improving patient care results". The gathering will be formally introduced today (Friday) by Advisor to Chief Minister on Health Kh Salman Rafiq.

The meeting has been partitioned into seven sessions including keynote addresses, paper presentations, workshops and publication presentations.

The workshops sorted out yesterday were on various points identified with unified wellbeing sciences, nursing and drug store held at Fatima Memorial College of Medicine and Dentistry Lahore, Kinnaird College Lahore, Alam Clinic Shadman, University of South Asia Lahore, Rashid Latif Medical College Lahore, University of Faisalabad, Govt. School for Women University Faisalabad, CMH Rawalpindi, School of Allied Health Sciences Children Hospital Lahore, Yusra Medical and Dental College, Islamabad, Lahore Medical and Dental College Lahore, Faisalabad Institute of Research Sciences and Technology Faisalabad and University of Health Science Lahore.

The workshops were encouraged by Dr Afzaal Alam, Dr Syed Jawwad Hussain, Dr Masood Butt, Dr Huma Ambreen, Dr Muhammad Afzal, Dr Edress Anwar, Dr Aimen Anjum, Dr Muhammad Saleem, Prof Sattar Bakhsh Awan, Dr Zia ur Rehman, Dr Mehmood Malik, Dr Amber Gurraya, Dr Nadeem Mukhtar, Dr Atif Khan Gopang, Dr Nadia Naseem, Dr Rubina Tabassum, Dr Sohail Saleem, Dr David Arthur, Prof Shazia Maqbool and Dr Nadeem Afzal.