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Workshop on Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Manipal University has been one of the leaders in bringing research to Indian Medical Students, so it was no surprise that they were initiating a novel workshop on Mesenchymal Stem Cell with hands on skill development. Slated to be held in Bangalore in July, this seems like a wonderful way to wade into the future of medicine. While I would have loved to have attended this, prior engagements and examination constraints are keeping me busy. I expect this to be a good primer to introduce medical students to the future of the medical sciences.

And also, it gives me a chance to try out the new upgrade that wordpress.com has offered: embedding Google docs. Let’s see how this works out. This is the workshop information brochure. Take a look:

Skeptic Oslerphile. Public Health Scientist and Program Manager, Translational Global Health Policy Research Cell, Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Past: Scientist, Indian Council of Medical Research, National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases; Senior Research Associate, Public Health Foundation of India. Interests include: Emerging Infections, Public Health, Antimicrobial Resistance, One Health and Zoonoses, Diarrheal Diseases, Medical Education, Medical History, Open Access, Healthcare Social Media and Health2.0. Opinions are my own!

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