Health And Medicinal Research Centers In India
Following is the list of Health And Medicinal Research Centers In India:
|S.No.||Health and Medicinal Research Center
||Year Of Estb.
|1|| All India Maleria Research Institute
|| New Delhi
||1977||To find short term as well as long term solutions to the problems of malaria through basic, applied and operational field research.|
|2|| National Tuberclosis Institute
||1959||To develop a nationally applicable tuberculosis control programme on a community basis and to train the key personnel to execute this
programme in the states.
|3|| Indian Cancer Research Center
||1952||To carry out mission-oriented research and development on cancers prevalent in the Indian subcontinent, and where there are internationally competitive opportunities, will use state-of-the-art technolog.|
|4|| Indian veterinary Research Institute
||Mukteshwar (H.P.), Izzatnagar (U.P.)
||To conduct research, provide postgraduate education and transfer of the technology in all areas of animal sciences with emphasis on animal health and production, etc.
|5|| Institute of Ayurvedic Studies and Research
|| Jamnagar (Gujarat)
|| To establish a quality Ayurveda Institute for providing value added and globally relevant education based on eteral human values.
|6|| Vallabh Bhai Patel Chest Institute
||1949||To conduct research on basic and clinical aspects of chest medicine, to train post graduates in Pulmonary medicine and allied subjects, to develop new diagnostic technology and disseminate scientific knowledge related to chest medicine.
|7||Haffkine Institute||Mumbai||1899||to support the Learning Community, Faculty, Researchers and Scientists in their day-to-day information needs, to collect, process, organize and disseminate the scientific information in Print and other media in the field of Biomedicine and allied subjects, etc.|
|8|| National Institute of Communicable Diseases
||1963||To provide training, service and operational research in the field of communicable diseases and their prevention and control in the country.
|9|| School of Tropical Medicine
||1921|| To provide research modules in the feild of medicine in tropical and developing countries.
|10|| Central Leprosy Training and Research Institute
||1955||To provide diagnostic treatment and referral services to leprosy patients, training aspects of leprosy and its control.|
|11||P. G.I. Medical Education and Research||Chandigarh||1962||
To provide high quality patient care, to attain self-sufficiency in postgraduate medical education and to meet the country’s need for highly qualified medical teachers in all medical and surgical fields, etc.
|12||National Institute of Nutrition||Hyderabad||1918||To study the health-related nutrition and food hygiene problems and to train nutrition and food hygiene specialists.|
|13||National Institute of Occupational Health||Ahmedabad||1969||Epidemiological and environmental monitoring and corollary toxicological studies in hazardous occupations for recognition and evaluation of risk factors, development of tools for early diagnosis of health impairment and design of appropriate intervention measures for the prevention of hazards at work places., etc.|
|14||King Institute of Preventive Medicine||
|1899||To revive the manufacturing unit according to GMP norms utilizing it as a common facility for the production of Anti snake venom, cholera and Typhoid Vaccine, etc.|
|15||All India Institute of Hygiene & Public Health||Kolkata||1932||To deliver integrated occupa-
tional health care programme by conducting short term certificate course in occupational health and safety for the medical/non-medical personnel attached to different industries, research studies in the field of occupational health and safety, etc.
|16||Indian institute of health management research||Jaipur||1984||Organization and management of health system based on primary health care with particular emphasis on district health system in urban and rural areas.|
|17||Indian Council of Medical Research||New Delhi||1911||To augment the national capability strengthening of the institutions involved in both basic and clinical sciences in the country, etc.|