3-day workshop (4th -6th November, 2015) on "Genomic data analysis"

Biomedical Informatics Centre has been a recent addition to the National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH), which is a premier research institute of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). This centre is one of the 9 centres established by ICMR.

The centre was instituted with the broad objective of undertaking computational studies in the realm of reproductive health. The centre is currently engaged in the study of antimicrobial peptides and the interactions of gonadotropins with their receptors. The center is also involved in development of biological databases and electronic patient record systems for clinicians.

The broad objectives of the center are :

  • to develop new methodologies and solutions for prevention and amelioration of diseases of national importance
  • to develop and support databases of specific clinical findings
  • to promote modern biology research in host institute and regional medical colleges
  • to increase awareness of recent developments in modern biology through workshops and training programs