HYDERABAD: In an effort to enhance self-reliant medical analysis for growing indigenous therapeutics, diagnostic instruments, and fostering innovation enabling higher affected person care, AIG Hospitals and College of Hyderabad have signed an MoU.
AIG Hospitals chairman Dr D Nageshwar Reddy mentioned “It is a starting of a journey involving extremely completed medical doctors from AIG and most educated researchers from the Faculty of Life Sciences of the College of Hyderabad.”
“The imaginative and prescient is to couple primary science analysis and medical experience to translate lab work into affected person care. We’ve been doing the identical by means of our Translational Analysis Centre, which can now work in collaboration with a workforce of researchers from College of Hyderabad,” he mentioned.
Prof BJ Rao, Vice-Chancellor of the College of Hyderabad mentioned, “It’s time to unearth necessary discoveries and conduct researches with tangible advantages. We can even co-develop newer programs for medical doctors like an MD-PhD built-in program together with extending our analysis experience to AIG Hospitals, the place the clinicians will work for higher affected person care.”