We are pleased to announce that Navrachana University (Baroda, India), in association with Baroda Obstetrics and Gynecology Society (BOGS), will be organizing an International Conference on Reproduction, Endocrinology and Development (ICRED) as part of the 37th Annual Meeting of The Society for Reproductive Biology and Comparative Endocrinology (SRBCE) from 19 – 21 January 2019.
The conference intends to cover major themes such as:
o Animal Productivity
o Clinical Reproductive & Metabolic Endocrinology
o Aspects of Human & Animal Health Disorders
Topics of discussion would include:
o Vitro Fertilization
o Fertility and Infertility
o Reproductive Disorders like Endometriosis, Ectopic Pregnancy & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
o General Aspects of Male & Female Reproduction in Humans & Animals
Coverage is also envisaged on aspects like:
o Metabolic/Endocrine and Lifestyle Disorders such as Obesity, Diabetes, Stress & Cancer
o Reproductive Toxicology
o Endocrine Disruptors
o Reproductive & Regenerative Biomedicine
o Stem Cell Biology
The meeting will have plenary lectures and invited talks from scientists/experts/clinicians from the above fields from India and abroad. Participation of Bhatnagar Awardees is also envisaged. Young researchers and budding young scientists/research scholars from various universities and institutes are encouraged to participate for competitive and non-competitive oral/poster presentations. There would be separate prizes for both competitive and non-competitive sections.
This is an early bird announcement for all to plan in advance for participation and prepare adequately for meaningful and scientifically meritorious presentation. 2019 is going to be 'the international year of periodic table'. So, get set and be ready.
(Former President, SRBCE)
(Associate Professor, SLSE, NUV)
(Assistant Professor, SLSE, NUV)
(Assistant Professor, SLSE, NUV)
(Associate Professor, MSU, Baroda)
(Asst. Prof., MSU, Baroda)
(Assistant Professor, SLSE, NUV)
(Asst. Registrar, NUV)
Life Science: The Masters Course lays emphasis on the overall development of laboratory skills of a research student coupled with an expansion of his/her knowledge base through specialized inputs for the course. The course work comprises of lectures and practicals along with skill building through technical and research oriented programs. The course is reviewed regularly in consultation with our Academic Advisory Board, which comprises of experts from academia, research institutions and industry from all over India. Thus, the course is tailor made to fulfill the requirements needed to compete with the current developments in scientific research. Along with the permanent faculties, regular lectures are also conducted by visiting faculties who are experts in their respective fields. Apart from the course work, the Faculty also conducts Guest lectures by eminent academicians and scientists and paper presentations (Journal Club) to ensure learner centric environment. In addition, methods like quiz, discussions, tutorials, Industry visits etc. are also envisaged by the faculty to benefit the students. There is state-of- art infrastructure and advanced laboratories with modern instrumentation needed for pursuing quality research and training.
5-Year Integrated Biomedical Science: 21st century belongs to the Science of life. One shall witness tremendous growth in sectors like Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Clinical Data Management, Molecular Diagnostics, and Biomedical Industries. Master`s in Biomedical Science shall focus on cellular and molecular approaches by providing an understanding of basic concepts with holistic view to provide a broad thorough and intellectually challenging approach in the areas of Biological Science. The focus will be on training the students in both theory and applications of specialized areas. This course is specially designed for students interested in medical and clinical aspects of Biology. As on other areas of Biology, the cutting edge of research in medicine is primarily focused at molecular level. Looking into the trends in current applications for such programs in research and industry, specializations are offered in Molecular medicine, Drug discovery and design, Reproductive Biomedicine and Human Genetics. This course is thereby tailor made to suite the demands of the ever expanding science of molecular biology and is one of its kinds to be offered in Gujarat.
The B.Sc M.Sc integrated program places special emphasis on development of analytical skills, communication skills, and entrepreneurship. The use of ICT tools is unique to the program. Choice-based electives from different Programs of the University offer opportunity to explore diverse interests in an interdisciplinary manner and enlarge the educational space. Social connect and know-your- community is achieved through a hands-on project KHOJ, wherein students from many majors across the university work collaboratively and apply disciplinary education in an inter-disciplinary manner to solve complex social problems and bring about social innovation. A capstone project grounded in science and its application offers opportunity to demonstrate knowledge and proficiency in the sciences.
Baroda is situated on the banks of the river Vishwamitri (whose name is derived from the great saint Rishi Vishwamitra). The city was once called Chandravati, after its ruler Raja Chandan, then Viravati, the abode of the brave, and then Vadpatra because of the abundance of banyan trees on the banks of the Vishwamitri. From Vadpatra it derived its present name Baroda or Vadodara.
Baroda is known as a ‘Sanskari Nagari’, meaning, a ‘cultured city’. It is certain that most of the visitors by and large are in agreement. The city does indeed have rich cultural traditions. And today’s Barodians have quite a full and hectic cultural life throughout the year.
The remarkable trait about Baroda is its cosmopolitan nature. Though the city represents widely different identities, interestingly, most participate in all activities. So, the culture of the city is not just history or heritage; it is dynamic, ever-changing and alive. Baroda is one of India’s most cosmopolitan cities thanks to the vision and broadmindedness of the erstwhile rulers, the Gaikwads. Subsequent industrialisation, the proliferation of academic activities and a strategically important geographical location have made Baroda welcome to a wide variety of people from all over India and also from all over the world.
More or less, every Indian community finds an active identity in this city. This bonhomie co-existence is reflected in the social fabric and cultural life of the people. In all of this, the sprawling and cosmopolitan educational institutions and the large number of local, national and foreign industries act as a catalysing and unifying force.
The average Barodian is open to the world and overflowing with hospitality, as the history and growth of the city aptly testify.
Baroda has a rich historical background. The greatest period in the Maratha rule of Baroda started with the accession of Maharaja Sayajirao III in 1875. It was an era of great progress and constructive achievements in all fields. Maharaja Sayajirao was one of the foremost administrators and reformers of his times. He initiated a series of bold socio-economic reforms. He attached great importance to economic development and started a number of model industries to encourage initiative, and then handed back the working industries to private enterprise. He started model textile and tile factories. It is as a result of his policy of industrial development that Baroda is today one of the most important centres for textile, chemical and oil industries. He introduced a number of social reforms. He also lay great emphasis on education. He boldly introduced compulsory primary education and a library movement (the first of its kind in India) to augment his adult education scheme.
Till the early 1960’s Baroda was considered to be a cultural and educational centre. But from the early 1960s Baroda's industrialisation took wings. Alembic pharmaceuticals, Sarabhai chemicals and Jyoti industries were the first ones to be established in Baroda. Baroda then witnessed a sudden spurt in industrial activity with the commissioning of Gujarat Refinery followed by many large-scale industries such as GSFC, IPCL, GACL, Heavy Water Project and Gujarat Power Company limited etc. This in turn led to the commissioning of many large, medium and small scale industries.
The city is on the major rail and road arteries joining Mumbai with Delhi and Mumbai with Ahmedabad. Because of this, Vadodara is known as a ‘Gateway to the Golden Corridor’. All superfast and express trains halt at Vadodara Railway Station. Vadodara also has an airport which is very well connected with the other major airports of India. There is also an international airport at Ahmedabad just about 100 km away from Baroda.
Public transport vehicles within the city include buses, autorickshaws and taxis. There are a few private bus services too. Of course, there are many people who use their own vehicles – cars, scooters, motorcycles and bicycles. Private taxis are also available.
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Gujarat is the 6th largest state in India, located in the western part of India with a coastline of about1600 km (longest in India). It is also the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, iconic figures of India's independence movement.
Gujarat stands at the ‘Heart of India’, and is a state of multiculturalism. Gujarat is a vibrant flourishing state with rich heritage and cultural diversity and, the people are very friendly and cordial. Festivals and fairs, arts and crafts, folk dances, music, cuisine and lifestyles form a major cultural background of the people of Gujarat. Dating back to history with the Harappan civilization, the state represents a confluence of many religions – Hinduism, Islam, Jainism Buddhism, and Christianity. The Gujarati culture blends in arts, beliefs, customs, traditions, institutions, inventions, language, technology and values.
The state is marked by an amazingly varied topography ranging from deep green of the dense forests to stark white of the salt plains. It is one of the most popular tourist regions in the country and is visited every year by many domestic and international tourists. Gujarat offers scenic beauty from the Great Rann of Kutch to the hills of Saputara. Gujarat is the one and only place to view pure Asiatic lions in the world. The state’s major attractions include the only habitat of the Asiatic Lions in India (Gir Forests) and, a desert ride at the Wild Ass Sanctuary. Its 1660 kilometers coastline is home to some of the most unique marine species and geographical locations at the state makes it an ideal matrix, a melting pot of a vast variety of culture, people, places and history due to eons of migratory influences. Hindu craftsmanship mixed with Islamic architecture has given rise to the Indo-Saracenic style.
Majority of the Gujaratis thrive as business persons. However, Gujarat is a leading Industrial State with its commercial capital cum textile city of Ahmedabad ranking 7th in India. It has the highest number of operating airports and many of its cities are connected worldwide. Many business opportunities pave the way to development in various sectors making it a Vibrant Gujarat. Hence, the essence of values and a great sense of hospitality make it a unique state of India.
Gujarat is one of the most industrialized states in the country. There are many Indian and global companies located in Gujarat with double digit GDP growth since past few decades. It is also known as "Growth Engine of India".
Gujarat International Finance Tec-City is an under-construction in Gujarat. It will be located next to the Sabarmati river,12 km north of Ahmedabad and 8 km South of Gandhinagar, the political capital of the state. It will be built on 500 acres (2.0 km2) of land. Its main purpose is to provide high-quality physical infrastructure so that finance and tech firms can relocate their operations from Mumbai, Bangalore, Gurgaon and other regions where infrastructure is either inconsistent or very expensive.
Some hill stations of gujarat are Wilson hills, Saputara, Pavagadh & Palitana.
Within Gujarat there are a wide variety of historic forts, palaces, mosques, temples and, places of historical importance in India’s struggle for independence. Many of these palaces and forts have been converted into heritage hotels to keep tourists close to the vibrant history of Gujarat.
World heritage sites like Lothal, Dholavira and champaner are also located within Gujarat.
Gujarat is well known for its rich culture. The folk arts of Gujarat form a major part of the culture of the state. It preserves the rich tradition of song, dance, drama as well. Handicrafts include Bandhani, patolas of Patan, kutchhi work, Khadi, bamboo craft, block printing, embroidery, woodcraft, metal crafts, pottery, namda, rogan painting, pithora and many more handicrafts. The Arabs, Portuguese, Dutch, Mughals and British as well as Parsis have left their mark on Gujarat’s culture.
Gujarat is home to multitude of devotional centres and temples with innumerous famous religious centres.
Gujarat is also known for world-famous shrine of Shehenshah-e-Gujarat, hazrat syed ali meera datar and it comes under government heritage site.
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The SRBCE, a registered scientific society in India, had its genesis at the Department of Endocrinology, Dr. ALM Post Graduate Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Madras, Taramani Campus, Chennai- 600 113 in April 1980 under the inspiration and leadership of Prof. P. Govindarajulu. The SRBCE is one of the most regular, vibrant scientific societies in India with a regular annual meet in different parts of the country. The annual meet provides a platform for all scientists working in the fields of Endocrinology and Reproductive Biology to exchange ideas, update their knowledge and interact freely. Comparative endocrine studies have greatly expanded our knowledge base of non-domestic films and in the field of regulatory biology in which one compares the structure, groups of vertebrates and invertebrates animals or as elements in adaptive mechanisms. The Society has 275 life members and 160 annual members on its role.
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Baroda Obstetrics and Gynecology Society is a member of FOGSI. The Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI) is the professional organization representing practitioners of obstetrics and gynecology in India. With 241 member societies and over 33,000 individual members spread over the length and breadth of the country, Baroda obst and gynec society being one of them.
FOGSI came into formal existence in Madras on January 6, 1950. FOGSI is probably one of the largest membership based organizations of specialized professionals.
BOGS exists to encourage and disseminate knowledge, education and research in the field of obstetrics and gynecology, to pilot and promote preventive and therapeutic services related to the practice of obstetrics and gynecology for betterment of the health of women and children in particular and the wellbeing of the community in general, to advocate the cause of reproductive health and rights and to support in and around baroda. BOGS has strength of 200 + members. Currently drminaxipatel is president of the organisation.
South Australian Research And Development Institute (SARDI)
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary
Research Institute for Environmental and Occupational Health, Université de Rennes
Visiting Faculty, Neurobiology, Neuropeptides and Behaviour, IISER, Pune
Scientist F,Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Trivandrum
Dept. of Zoology, Delhi University
Special centre for Molecular Medicine, JNU
Dept. of Zoology, BHU
National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR)
Scientist-F, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health, Mumbai
Scientist G, Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Trivandrum
Reproductive Endocrinologist & Dean of Medical Research Centre, Kasturba Health Society, Mumbai
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Institute Of Kidney Diseases And Research Centre (IKDRC), Ahmedabad
Department of Biology "Federico II" University of Naples
Department of Phramacy "Federico II" University of Naples
School of Veterinary Science, Massey University, Palmerston North
Head, Department of Anatomy, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore
Professor of Medicine. Diabetes Obesity and Metabolism Institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Director, Pediatric Endocrine Research, University of Michigan Medical School
Psychiatry and Health Behavior, Graduate Studies, Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine, Augusta University
Department of OB/ GYN and Reprod. Bio.College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University
Department of Obstetrics And Gynecology, Center for Reproductive Health Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine
Department of Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai
|BSc. Students (Non-Member)||2000 INR|
|MSc. Students (Non-Member)||2500 INR|
|Research Students (Stipendiary Non-Member)||3800 INR|
|Research Students (Stipendiary Member)||3500 INR|
|Research Students (Non-Stipendiary Member)||3000 INR|
|Research Students (Non-Stipendiary Non-Member)||3200 INR|
|Faculty (Member)||4500 INR|
|Faculty (Non-Member)||5000 INR|
|Foreign Faculty||200 USD|
|Foreign Delegate (Research Students)||100 USD|
|Accompanying Person (Indian)||3500 INR|
|Accompanying Person (Foreign)||100 USD|
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|Bank name:||Ratnakar Bank LTD|
|Account name:||International conference on reproduction endocrinology and development (Icred).|
|Branch name:||race course circle road, Vadodara|