The Lilliputian I mentioned here is the nanomaterials in modern medicine. They’re indeed Lilliput as they exist in nanoscale i.e. 10-9, in all the dimensions. The application of nanotechnology in medicine is termed nanomedicine and is proposed to be used in the diagnosis, control, prevention, and treatment of diseases. As the Lilliput, they were also … Continue reading The Lilliputian Among Medicines Does Abracadabra!
The two best things I love in my life are food and travelling. Both are inter-related to me, either I travel to taste a special food, or I eat whatever I get in travelling. The love for my food started after I discovered my special ability to being slim even after finishing a huge meal. … Continue reading Nano Cuisine
The number of cells present in our body is equal to the number of benign microbes present in our body. Most of the time these microbes stay only at the intestinal tube, but sometimes they penetrate the body tissues because the intestine is present with one layer of cells which separates the intestinal tube from … Continue reading Gut Microbes Shape Our Antibodies Before We Are Infected By Pathogens
CAR T Therapy is a patient-specific treatment in which T cells are isolated from the patient by apheresis and cultured using cytokines to actively proliferate and increase in number.
The beginning of the 20th Century foresaw major developments in the field of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. These advancements had allowed therapeutic molecules to establish a critical position in the lives of human beings, encouraging human dependence on these molecules for the treatment of everyday conditions and diseases. Weighing their significance in human lives, one … Continue reading Need for Quality in the Bio/Pharmaceutical Industry
How was your experience as a guest lecturer at Biocon Academy? It was indeed a great experience to interact with bright minds at Biocon Academy. I was welcomed warmly by Prof. Ramgopal and others. The students were curious and enthusiastic about my session. I was also excited and delighted to share my study with them. … Continue reading In conversation with Guest Lecturer – Dr Ishtapran Sahoo, Scientist II, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bangalore
Abstract Trial is from the Anglo–French trier, meaning to try. Broadly, it refers to the action or process of putting something to a test or proof. Clinical is from clinic, from the French cliniqué and from the Greek klinike, and refers to the practice of caring for the sick at the bedside. Hence, narrowly, a clinical trial is the action or process of putting something to … Continue reading Clinical Trials: A Comprehensive Review Of The Chronological Advancements In Clinical Research by Sagar Suresh Gilda
The 16 week customized curriculum of Biocon-KGI certificate program encapsulates classroom sessions by academic experts from KGI, professional; personality skills development sessions by Industry experts and brilliant guest sessions by Subject Matter Experts. The course content of the program is designed in a manner that it provides a holistic understanding of application of academic concepts in an … Continue reading Insightful Session on Quality Control Microbiology
The course content of Biocon-KGI certificate program is customized to ensure that aspiring bio-technologists are trained in academics and have the necessary industry exposure which increase their employability in the ever evolving biotech industry. An integral part of this program are the well planned functional visits to State-of-art Labs at Biocon and to some of … Continue reading Unfolding the beauty of Science at IBAB Institute
“It is the choices that define who we really are, far more than our abilities”. Biocon Academy is one such choice that I made, that has led me to believe in this good old adage. Biocon Academy is a convergence of dreams of aspiring Nobel Laureates, Scientists, Entrepreneurs and what not. The Academy has a … Continue reading Biocon Academy – School of Sci-Craft and Industry