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Exploring Newer Modalities in Teaching - Learning and Research in Basic Medical Sciences during Covid Era

Basic research in molecular biology, immunology and cell biology provides an infinite amountof data and knowledge. Applied research uses that information to understand the pathophysiology of diseases of patients. Research demands critical thinking, logical reasoning and creative application by exploring newer approaches, techniques and methods.So the health professionals should be aware of the latest research advances.

[International e-Conference]

To enlighten the participants on newer teaching-learning modalities to enable student-centered learning and to explore the opportunities for translational research in the field of basic medical sciences.

  1. International faculty from renowned Institutions
  2. Publication of conference proceeds an indexed journal
  3. TNMC credit points will be obtained
[Why and Who can Join]
Exploring Newer Modalities in Teaching Learning and Research in Basic Medical Sciences during Covid Era

Who can attend?

Faculty, Ph.D. scholars, PGs and UGs of following disciplines :

  1. Medicine
  2. Dentistry
  3. Veterinary
  4. Nursing
  5. Physiotherapy and
  6. Allied Health Disciplines.

Newer technology

in teaching and learning and experience sharing


Development of vaccines and diagnostic kits using newer molecular based technologies


Telomere - Genomic Integrity in DNA Dam-Ageing


Ethics and challenges during COVID Era


Myths and facts related to Covid

Laboratory Medicine

Laboratory Medicine in MBBS Curriculum
[Our Timetable]
At What Time?

The Gen Next Professionals should be aware of the latest research advances and be assertive in their practices which should be evidence based for efficient and effective patient care.

First Day
November 25, 2021
Second Day
November 26, 2021
Third Day
November 27, 2021
Dr. William Stringer
'Long Haul COVID - Is there a role for Exercise Rehabilitation to Facilitate Recovery?'
11.00 AM-11.45 AM
Dr. Dinesh Kumar Srinivasan
Scientific talk : Integrating Technology in Blended Learning: Transforming the Traditional Modes of Teaching and Learning in the Post-Covid Era”
11.50 AM-12.35 PM
Dr. Kumar Satish Ravi
Scientific talk : Research in Anatomy: Challenges and Solutions, Amid the COVID 19 Pandemic.
12.40 PM-01.25 PM
Dr. M. Prakash Hande
Scientific talk : Telomere-Genomic Integrity in DNA Dam-Ageing and A Science-Technology-Society Approach in Teaching “Ageing”
2.00PM - 5.00PM
Scientific Presentation for Young research scholar award (Faculty) and regular oral presentation for PhD scholar, PG students
Dr. Patricia A. Halpin
Scientific Talk : Innovative T-L
Using social media, Teamwork and Professional Skills Training to Engage Students in Learning
Dr. E.S. Prakash
Scientific Talk : Experiences using Zoom® as a Videoconferencing & Lecture Capture Technology in a preclerkship medical curriculum across campuses - a personal perspective.
Dr. Pavai Sthaneshwar
Scientific talk : The importance of laboratory medicine in the medical student curriculum
11.50AM-12.35 PM
Dr. Manaswini Mangaraj
Scientific Talk : Role of lipidomics in cancer-Newer perspectives
12.40 PM-1.25 PM
Dr. Benet Bosco
Scientific Talk : Covid19 impact on budding startup
Presentation for Young research scholar award (PhD scholar and PG students) and regular e-poster presentation for UG students
Dr. Barbara E. Goodman
Scientific Talk : Endocrine Physiology- incorporating team-based and student-centered learning
Dr. Vaithinathan Selvaraju
Scientific Talk : Ethical consideration of covid 19 related to clinical research
Dr. Selvakumar Edwardraja
Scientific talk : Publication Ethics and covid 19
11.50AM-12.35 PM
Dr. Akila Prashant
Scientific Talk : Competency-based education to outcome-based education: Means to attain higher-level Bloom's taxonomy
12.40 PM-1.25 PM
Dr. Girija Sivakumar
Scientific Talk : Concept mapping – a newer technique for medical students in learning basic sciences in the era of CBME
2.00 PM-5.00 PM
Presentation for Young research scholar award (UG students) and regular oral presentation for Faculty
5.10 PM
Valedictory Function
[Our Speakers]
Who's Speaking?

Departments of Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology & Centre for Biomedical Research brings you the select speakers.

Dr. Girija Sivakumar

[Professor of Anatomy, Chairperson & Head, Medical Education Department, Anna Medical College & Research Centre, Montagne Blanche, Mauritius.]

Dr. Barbara E. Goodman

[Professor of Physiology, Director of SD Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network, Fellow of the American Physiological Society, Editor-in-Chief, Advances in Physiology Education, Division of Basic Biomedical Sciences, Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota, USA]

Dr. Benet Bosco

[CEO,30 M Genomics Pvt Ltd, New church, Pavulavari garden West Godavari. Andhra Pradesh. India]

Dr. Manaswini Mangaraj

[Prof & Head, Dept. of Biochemistry, AIIMS, Bhubaneswar, India]

Dr. William Stringer

[Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Division Chief, Respiratory and Critical Care, Physiology and Medicine Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, USA]

Dr. Kumar Satish Ravi

[Professor (Additional) of Anatomy, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Virbhadra, Rishikesh(India)]

Dr. Patricia A. Halpin

[Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology, University of New Hampshire, Manchester, USA]

Dr. E.S. Prakash

[ Professor of Physiology, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, Georgia, USA.]
250 / 10 USD

Early Bird

UG Students
450 / 20 USD

Early Bird

Faculty, PG Students, Research Scholar
300 / 15 USD


UG Students
550 / 30 USD


Faculty, PG Students, Research Scholar

Note: ₹100 to be paid for TNMC credit hours in addition to the registration fee

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