Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Diagnostic knack is the key of proper treatment- Dr. A.K. Gehlot VC Rajasthan Vet.Uni.

Ludhiana -01-November-2010.

The Department of Veterinary Pathology organized an Advanced Comprehensive training Programme on 'Recent Concepts in Veterinary Laboratory Diagnostics' from October 12 to November, 1 2010 for Scientists who converged from all across India for this ICAR- Sponsored 21-day winter school. In this programme, scientists were kept abreast with latest knowhow on the various aspects of diagnosis besides having been imparted hands on training on various aspects of diagnostics.

Eminent speakers during the training Dr. RNS Gowda former founder Vice Chancellor of Karnataka Veterinary University on metabolomonics, Dr. J L Vegad on protein misfolding diseases , Dr. P P Gupta on mycotic and cardiovascular diseases and Dr Mrs Vineta Malhotra on latest trends in diagnosis of cancer, pryosequencing by Dr. GVVPS Ravi Kumar and nano-science technology, besides other latest molecular diagnostic techniques. A lecture on advanced diagnostic approaches and preventive measures against Trypanosomosis was delivered by Dr. PD Juyal, Registrar and another on mineral imbalances and diseases by Dr. SNS Randhawa, Dean PGS. GADVASU, Ludhiana.

Prof.A K Gehlot V C Rajasthan University of Vety. & Animal Sciences, Bikaner presided over the valedictory function while Dr.Simrat Sagar Singh Dean, Dr. SNS Randhawa Dean PG studies, Dr. P.D Juyal Registrar and Dr. SPS Sangha Dean Dairy Sc.College of GADVASU also attended the function..

A majority of the participants were overwhelmed by the training imparted covering wide areas of diagnostic relevance ,besides the hospitality shown by the host institute and the faculty of the department. The participants were also engrossed in an interactive session wherein they presented their own scientific work and also expressed their views.

Dr. N. K. Sood, Director of the Winter School explained that in this training 19 scientists hailing from 13 states all across India participated. He told that during the course 55 theory lectures and 16 hands on practicals were held, covering all modern aspects of diagnostics applicable in Veterinary Science. He further elaborated that in this Winter School a plethora of 45 resource persons drawn from 14 departments of GADVASU, 5 eminent scientists of national fame from other parts of the country and one medical pathologist each from DMC&H and CMC&H Ludhiana shared their expertise with the participants of the programme. Dr Sood was of the firm view that organizing such a training programme will build valuable human resources for precise and rapid diagnosis of emerging, zoonotic, transboundary and environment related diseases. The training will also strengthen hands for future collaborative scientific work and networking of scientific resources/ projects .

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