The 6th World Congress on Nanomedical Sciences and Chemistry-Biology interface: Synergistic New Frontiers (CBISNF-2019) Science and Technology for the Future of Mankind (STFM) organized by Jamia Hamdard & University of Delhi at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, India during January 7 to 9, 2019
The First day started with a huge response from delegates as the registration was buzzing with the spot registration applicants and long ques can be seen on all the counters. The speakers are amongst several distinguished scientists and physicians from the frontier areas of Nanomedical Sciences and allied areas. First day around 1100 participants, reported comprising mainly of research scholars. It is heartening to see the interest of young researchers in the Science and Research.
The morning Session started in Plenary Hall under the chairmanship of Prof Ramesh Chandra. Prof Chandra Introduced all the keynote speakers, namely Prof Ved P Nanda, Director, CICL, Denver University, USA, Dr Shashi Bala Singh, Director, NIPER, Hyderabad, Prof TMS Chang, USA, Prof Ahmad Kamal, Provice chancellor, Jamia Hamdard, Prof Archan Narula, Director, Narula Research Foundation, All the eminent scientist deliberated in details on the variety of topics related to their research in the area of nanoscience and allied sciences. All the deliberations were well received by full house of audience. It was a successful session.
The ICMR Sponsored Workshop on Nanomedical Sciences and its impact on Healthcare: Challenges, Opportunities and Future Directions started with a huge response from the students and researchers. The ICMR workshop is coordinated by Dr Zeenat Iqbal Khan and Prof Divya Vohra from Jamia Hamdard. The hall was overflowing with audience. The session started under the chairmanship of Prof Seyed Ehtesham Hasnain, Vice Chancellor, Jamia Hamdard and the first deliberation was from eminent scientist Dr Alok Dhawan, Director, CSIR- Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow on Nanomedical Toxicology followed by a talk by Prof N.K. Mehra, Dr. C. G. Pandit National Chair, Ex-Dean, AIIMS, New Delhi on Nanotechnology: Providing solutions to Intractable diseases. All the research scholars showed keen interest in the research delivered and interacted freely with presenting scientist.
The Inaugural Function of 6 th World Congress on Nanomedical Sciences was organized in Plenary Hall of the Vigyan Bhawan. Ms Aastha Bhardwaj, JH invited the Guest on the dais. The function started with lamp lighting ceremony followed by Invocation song by students of faculty of music University of Delhi followed by recitation of few verses of Quran by Imam Rabia Mosque, Jamia Hamdard.
The chief Guest of the occasion was Prof. (Dr.) Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, DST, Guest of the honor was Prof. Ved P Nanda, Director, CICL, Denver. Prof. (Dr.) Ahmed Kamal, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Jamia Hamdard initiated the proceedings by introducing audience about the genesis of this congress and about its objectives. Prof. (Dr.) Seyed Ehtesham Hasnain, Vice Chancellor, Jamia Hamdard and Chairman of the congress, briefed the audience about whole journey of organizing such grand event. Prof. (Dr.) Ramesh Chandra, Head, Deptt of Chemistry, University of Delhi and President of the congress, addressed the audience about congress and about Chemistry-Biology interface: Synergistic New Frontiers (CBISNF-2019) Science and Technology for the Future of Mankind (STFM) Prof PB Sharma Vice Chancellor, Amity University congratulated the organizers and delegates of organizing Prof. Ved P Nanda, Director, CICL, Denver gave a very motivating speech about research values and practices. Dr. T. M. S. Chang, FRS (C), Founder President, International Society for Nanomedical Sciences and Chief Guest gave Inaugural Address about his research on artificial cells and their applications. Contents of his artificial cells include enzymes, hemoglobin, cells, genetically engineered cells and other biotechnological materials.
The size ranges from cellular dimensions to the higher millimeter ranges (for cell culture and genetically engineered cells) and down to the nanometer range (for blood substitutes and delivery of protein and macromolecules) and even to the macromolecular range. Presidential Address was delivered by Prof. (Dr.) Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, DST. He enthralled the audience with his eloquent address and talked about merging of various sciences into multidisciplinary sciences. This was followed by a motivating address by very eminent Scientist Prof GP Talwar, Director, GP. Talwar Research Foundation. He spellbound the audience with his research findings on MIB Vaccine and its multiple applications. In the end Prof Farhan J Ahmad, Professor, Pharmaceutics, Jamia Hamdard and organizing Secretary of the congress thanked all present for their contribution and support to the congress. He also thanked all the resource person, delegates and team mates of the organizing committee. He highlighted the support of Co-Host Institutions and sponsors. The session completed after National Anthem by University Choir Jamia Hamdard.