Top Australian tumor analyst to visit India

New Delhi, July 8 : One of Australia’s driving disease specialists, Dr Warwick Tong, will this week visit India to reinforce restorative exploration connections between both nations and investigate potential new coordinated efforts in the division.

Dr Tong is CEO of Australia’s Cancer Therapeutics Cooperative Research Centers, which lives up to expectations at the front line of restorative exploration to grow new disease drugs.

Amid his visit to India he will address driving scholastic and exploration establishments in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad on growth treatment and medication advancement. He will likewise meet with various pharmaceutical organizations to talk about medication revelation, clinical trials and joint examination coordinated efforts.

Australia’s Acting High Commissioner to India, Mr Chris Elstoft, said the visit would open up new open doors for further joint effort between world-class scientists in both nations.

“Australia and Indian therapeutic organizations have produced solid exploration connections, and they’ve accomplished exceptional results,” Mr Elstoft said.

“Dr Tong’s visit will help fortify these connections, and additionally cultivating closer ties between scholarly foundations and industry, which is pivotal to bring new medications into the business.”

The visit is bolstered by Australia India Education Council’s (AIEC) Eminent Researcher Lecture Program. The AIEC is a bi-national body co-led by the Australian and Indian Education Ministers, for driving the Australia India instruction, preparing and exploration plan.

The Indian establishments Dr Tong will visit incorporate the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, the Advanced Center for Treatment Research and Education in Cancer, the Adyar Cancer Center (Chennai), the Indus Cancer Center, the Translational Health Sciences and Technology Institute and Apollo doctor’s facilities.



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