Conduct extensive research: Guv to docs
Jammu: The Governor, N N Vohra today underscored the need for conducting extensive medical research to achieve the objective of cost effective treatment of communicable and non–communicable diseases.
Addressing the inaugural session of 3-day 37th Annual Conference of the Indian Immunology Society here, Vohra emphasized the need for substantial funding for conducting quality research.
He hoped that the event would provide an opportunity to the participants to share their knowledge and experiences for securing the objective of improved patient care.
Vohra released a Publication and IIS Students’ Newsletter.
Indian Immunology Society, President, Dr. Sita Naik emphasized the need for having transitional medicines and called for close coordination with the universities and other related institutions for optimal growth of study of Immunology.
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