IIT (BHU) to hold first Indo-US conference on Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine


Varanasi: The School of Biochemical Engineering, IIT (BHU) is going to organize the first three-day Indo-US International Conference on Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine (ICBR-20) from February 27 to 29.

The convener Prof Pradeep Srivastava said that the international convener Prof Chenzhong Li and co-convener Prof Ranu Jung and Prof Emilia Entcheva from Florida International University (FIU), Miami, USA would deliver lectures on the theme of ICBR. The inaugural function would be attended by the Vijay Chauthaiwale, former president of Torrent Pharma and Dr Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, president of Aeris India. More than 30 speakers and 150 research scholars would take part in the conference

Industries like Wockhardt Ltd, India, Ipca Laboratories India, Spin Biotech India have done collaboration for work in regenerative medicine and bioengineering. The drug commissioner of India would discuss the drug development process in IVBR20.

The conference aims at creating and effective platform for exchange of innovative ideas and research in the field of Bioengineering and Regenerative medicine to accomplish a healthy and sustainable economy. The thematic areas of the conference include important sessions from areas like Biopharmaceutical and Medical Biotechnology, Bioprocess and Bio separation Engineering, Biochips, Biosensors, Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.

The primary objective of the conference is to increase bilateral cooperation in academic exchange and technology development in cutting edge science and have direct social relevance to humankind, especially in India. SPARC aims at improving the research ecosystem of India’s higher education institutions by facilitating academic and research collaborations between Indian institutions and top global institutions.



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