Ethics in Biomedical and Health Research: Perception and Practice


DST NU-TEC & NUCSER hosted a National training workshop on Ethics in Biomedical and Health Research: Perception and Practice from 5 - 8 July 2021 with a record registration of >1000 candidates from all over India including few members from outside the country reflecting the utility of knowledge expected to be accrued through this programme. Responsible conduct of research is the need of the hour. Dissemination of vital information on all aspects of research is of paramount importance and this workshop is aimed at being an eyeopener to beginners and others involved in biomedical, pharmaceutical and clinical research including trials, each of which is guided by ethical principles. Prof Dr Satheesh Kumar Bhandary, Vice-Chancellor, Nitte (DU) threw open the workshop with his ingenuity and remarks on the rapid advances in the field of medicine and biomedical sciences. All of this, he said opens a plethora of ethical questions on why, when, how, where and what of research adding newer dimensions of responsibility and complex dilemmas for both medical practitioners and researchers. The key speakers of the webinar were Dr Nandini Kumar, Former DDG Sr Grade (ICMR), Vice President FERCI, Dr Animesh Jain, Professor of Community Medicine, KMC Mangalore, Dr Ashok Shenoy Professor of Pharmacology, KMC Mangalore, Dr. Chakrapani M, Professor of Medicine, KMC Mangalore, Dr Ramachandra S.G, Director ICMR- National Animal Resource facility for Biomedical research, DHR Hyderabad, Dr Subhrojyoti Bhowmick, Clinical Director, Peerless hospital & B K Roy Research Center, West Bengal, Dr Iddya Karunasagar, Advisor (Research and Patents), Nitte (DU), Dr Indrani Karunasagar Director, DST NU-TEC and Dr Anirban Chakraborty Director, NUCSER.

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Event Date : 2021-07-05

Venue : DST NU-TEC

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