NKPSIMS

N. K. P. SALVE INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES & RESEARCH CENTRE

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LATA MANGESHKAR HOSPITAL,NAGPUR

Events

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
Guest Lecture “Collaborative Research Projects in BioMedical Engineering”

Under the MoU signed by our Institute with the Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCOEM), a guest lecture was organized by the Research Cell, NKPSIMS & RC and LMH, Nagpur on 28th Sept 2021. The guest faculties spoke about the prospects for Biomedical Research.

                The guest faculty for the Lecture, Dr Jayu Kalambe, M.Tech, PhD, Associate Professor and Research Head, Dept of Electronics Engineering, RCOEM shared the details about the ongoing and completed research at their institute. The next speaker Dr. Richa Khandelwal, M.Tech, PhD is Associate Professor at the Dept of Electronics Engineering, RCOEM and is specialized in image processing for medical applications. She described the various image-based apps used in the medical field and their applicability for improving healthcare. Our third speaker, Dr. Abhijeet Thakre, ME, PhD is an AI/ML specialist with extensive research experience in the Natural Language Processing. He discussed several research opportunities in the AI/ML domain for developing predictive analytics for decision making in healthcare. It was followed by an interactive Q & A session where the delegates discussed several new collaborative research ideas.

The session was organized by Dr. Shilpa Deoke, Associate Professor Department of Medicine, Member Research Cell and the Designated Contact Person for the MoU for collaborative research with the support and guidance from Dr. Madhur Gupta, Professor & Head, Dept of Biochemistry and Secretary, Research Cell, NKPSIMS & RC and LMH. Dr Yamini Pusdekar, Asst. Professor, Department of Community Medicine and Member, Research Cell was the co-ordinator for the program. She emphasized the importance of the integration of the Medical and Technology experts for sustainable and translational research for promoting innovative ideas in the healthcare domain. The session was attended by Senior and Junior Faculty members and Residents who appreciated the sessions and also expressed their research ideas for future collaboration. The lecture was concluded by a vote of thanks to all the participants for actively participating in the session and felicitation of the guest speakers with a Memento. 

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