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SELECTBIO Conferences International Conference on Advances in Next Generation Sequencing

B R Das's Biography

B R Das, Advisor & Mentor- R&D, CoE, Molecular Pathology, SRL Limited

Currently, Dr. B.R. Das, is working as the Advisor and Mentor for Research &
Development, Centre of Excellence in Molecular Pathology and Clinical Research
Services at SRL Limited, Mumbai. He has more than 30 years of experience in the
area of Molecular Medicine. Before his association with SRL he worked as a Professor
in Medical Biotechnology for nearly 15 years. He has published more than 100
research papers in peer reviewed International Journals. Several Ph.D. and postdoctoral
Scientists have completed their clinical research work under his guidance.
His research work has been highly acclaimed in India and abroad for which he has
been honoured with several prestigious awards such as the Best Young Scientist
Award given by Indian National Science Academy (INSA), Indian Science Congress
Association (ISCA) Young Scientist Award, MP Young Scientist Award, KI Memorial
Award for promotion of Medicine Research in Japan, Samanta Chandrasekar Award
from Orissa Bigyan Academy. He has also worked as a visiting scientist in Case
Western Reserve University Hospital, Cleveland, USA, and Kyoto Medical School,
Kyoto, Japan. He has been nominated as a member of International Affairs
Committee (IAC) of Association of Molecular Pathology (AMP), USA for South Asia
including India. He has also been invited by the Association of Indian Pathologist of
North America (AIPNA) to work as an Expert member in the Molecular Path
Committee. He acts as Scientific Advisory Committee Member, Visiting Professor and
Research guide at several reputed Institutes of India. Besides, he is an Editorial Board
Member of World Journal of Experimental Medicine. In 2014 he received the
Technology Achievement Award by EET CRS. He is also the current President of the
Molecular Pathologists Association of India (MPAI).

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Next Generation Sequencing from Indian Perspective: Opportunities and Challenges

Thursday, 28 May 2015 at 10:35

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This talk will highlight the Opportunities and Challenges faced in Next Generation Sequencing from Indian Perspective. It will discuss about the role of NGS multiple gene panels in diagnostics, prognostics and treatment of diseases. Further, it will discuss the challenges faced in setting up the infrastructure including huge investment along with technical skills required in terms of laboratory experiment and interpretation of the huge data in Indian Labs.

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