क्षेत्रीय आयुर्विज्ञान अनुसंधान केन्द्र
(भारतीय आयुर्विज्ञान अुनसंधान परिषद)
REGIONAL MEDICAL RESEARCH CENTRE
(INDIAN COUNCIL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH)
पोर्ट ब्लेयर, भारत
PORT BLAIR, INDIA
Hands-on training workshop on diagnosis of Leptospirosis, characterisation of isolates and tracking of animal vectors conducted on 22-25 March 2021
The workshop was organized under the scheme "Strengthening of Intersectoral Coordination for Prevention and Control of ZoonoticDiseases “ launched by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India. Participants from across the country attended the workshop. Thestates include Andaman & Nicobar Islands , Andhra Pradesh , Pudducherry , Tamilnadu ,Delhi, Himachal Pradesh ,Goa, Punjab, Gujarat , Maharastra , Kerala , West Bengal ,Manipur ,Assam and Uttar Pradesh. .
Dr.P.Vijayachari , Director , ICMR-RMRC, Port Blair .
Dr.Vedhagiri, Deputy Director,Central Research Institute, Kasauli. Himachal Pradesh.
Dr.S. Arivudainambi, Project Research Scientist-II,ICMR-RMRC, Port Blair.
Dr.P. V. Kiruthiga, Project Scientist Scientist C, ICMR-RMRC, Port Blair.
Dr Manjunath ,Genotypic Technology Private Limited,Bangalore.
A 2-day seminar and workshop has been conducted on 26th & 27th March 2015 with an aim of sensitizing the participants towards the application of bioinformatics tools in analysing the targeted gene sequences obtained from Sanger as well as Next generation sequencing platforms. This two day programme comprised of lectures on introduction to different sequencing platforms, genotyping, MLST and SNP detection with hands-on training on sequence analysis using different analysis tools such as MEGA software v6 and Mothur pipeline.
Indo-German workshop on tropical diseases was organized at this Centre during 22-24 February 2002. The workshop was inaugurated by Shri N. N. Jha, Hon’ble Lt Governor of Andaman and Nicobar islands. Nine German and over 50 scientists from several parts of the country attended the workshop. The purpose of choosing Port Blair as the venue for this workshop on tropical diseases is to give the scientists and doctors working in these remote islands an exposure to the new advancements in the field of biomedical research on these infectious diseases.
A research methodology workshop was organized as part of the Centenary celebration of the Indian Council of Medical Research in 2010. The workshop targeted research scholars, young scientists of the Centre, doctors from civil and military hospitals, scientists of other research institutions in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and doctors/scientists/post-graduate and doctoral students of Southern Region as well as from Centres/Hospitals participating in Leptospira Laboratory Network coordinated by the Centre. The work covered topics such as study designs, sampling procedure and sample size estimation, data types, hypothesis testing, inferential statistics, errors in epidemiology and cluster analysis. About 30 participants from various parts of the country participated in the workshop. Concept proposals presented by some of the participants were discussed to develop appropriate methodology.
Handson Workshop on Leptospirosis
Release of Community Bio-Diversity Registers in Car Nicobar
Bioinformatics Seminar – Recent advances in genomics
Indo-German workshop on tropical disease