Medical Congress concludes at SKIMS
Srinagar, May 26: The 2-day Mid-Term Congress on “International Hepato – Pancreato” organized by Department of Surgical gastroenterology, SK Institute of Medical Sciences, concluded Saturday.
“The rare academic feast organized in collaboration with International Hepato - Pancreato - Biliary Association IHPBA (Indian Section) aimed at promoting understanding and sharing surgical skill in the field of surgery in general and hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery in particular,” a host said.
“The conference, first of its kind in the valley, brought together hepato-biliary surgeons of national as well as international repute,” he added.
“Apart from the distinguished guest faculty of international repute the event was also attended by many prominent academicians, Ex-Professors and senior doctors as well as the doctors from SKIMS, SKIMS Medical College, Bemina and its allied institutions,” he added.
Minister of Medical Education, RS SChib who was the chief guest, appreciated the significance of the event.
Prof Showkat Ali Zargar, Director SKIMS, elaborated in detail the mission statement of the institute with regard to the research activities.
While speaking on the occasion, Prof Khurshid Iqbal, Dean Medical faculty SKIMS, hoped that such exchanges, would help surgeons showcase their good work.
Prof Omar J Shah, Head, Surgical Gastroenterology and Chairman Organizing Committee while welcoming the gathering gave an introduction to the conference and its objectives.
Dr Altaf Shah, Additional Professor Department of Gastroentrology, SKIMS, presented the vote of thanks.
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