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1. Hands on Workshop on Cervical Cancer Screening

“Hands on workshop on cervical cancer screening “ for pathologists was organized by the division of Cytopathology, NICPR from 26th -28th April, 2016. 31 pathologists from all over India were enrolled for the workshop.


2. Brainstorming session on “Developing diagnostics for oral cancer” was held on 23rd November 2015 at NICPR, Noida


3. Workshop on " Basic Molecular Biology Techniques Relevant to Cancer Research" at NICPR, 4-7 April, 2016

Aims of this workshop is to bridge the gap between the clinical practice and laboratory expertise. Cancer is a major public health issue both in the developed and developing world. This workshop is being designed to bring together many well recognized researcher with budding cancer researchers and will help them to flourish in their research endeavor.


4. Implementation of National Cancer Early Detection and Screening" at India International Centre, Lodhi Road, 4th March 2016

Brainstorming meet with US-NCI and National stakeholders to discuss and create an initial sketch of the existing framework, and define what knowledge gaps need to be filled in order to move forward


5. Organized "World Cancer Day" in collaboration with "All India Institute of Ayurveda" on 4th Feb 2016

Skit (Play) for cancer awareness was held at "All India Institute of Ayurveda" along with Cancer Awareness Quiz.


The aim of this session was to provide a single platform for discussion to clinicians and translational researchers to interact and discuss the following topics:

1. Current status of oral cancer diagnostics
2. Oral Cancer in India: The Extent of the problem
3. Lacunae in early diagnosis of oral cancer
4. Pros and cons of available diagnostic techniques
5. Development of in-silico diagnostics: Emerging trends

 


6. Cancer Research in the Media-International Workshop for Scientific Journalism", October 12-13, 2015


7. Brain storming session on "Base-pair to Bedside" was held on March 25, 2015

Developments in high throughput technologies are revolutionizing medical research. With applications in both communicable and non communicable diseases, these technologies have potential for translating research to clinical practice. Although high throughput technologies have been used worldwide for medical research, these are not being used as widely in India. One of the biggest hurdles in use and analyses of high throughput technologies for medical research in India is limited training of clinicians in such technologies and minimal interaction between clinicians and translational researchers.


8. Celebrated World Cancer Day on Feb 4, 2015

NukkadNatak for cancer awareness was held at Degree College along with Debate competition on “Lifestyle& cancer” and poster competition on the topic “Prevention of cancer”. To celebrate the Annual day lecture & felicitation of employees of NICPR was also organized.


9. Cancer Awareness Day on November 7, 2014

Cancer screening camp was organized at NICPR and cancer awareness stalls were set in the campus. Slogan competition for the college students was also held to increase the cancer awareness.


10. Celebrated Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on October 2, 2014

Painting competition for children of employees was also held.


11. Inauguration of WHO_FCTC Smokeless Tobacco Knowledge Hub at NICPR, Noida on 6th April 2016

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