CDRI Renewing the Tradition of Natural Product Research in India - A Brain-Storming Meeting | 21–23 January 2016 ~ helpBIOTECH

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CDRI Renewing the Tradition of Natural Product Research in India - A Brain-Storming Meeting | 21–23 January 2016

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‘Renewing the Tradition of Natural Product Research in India’ A Brain-Storming Meeting
21–23 January 2016
Organized by
CSIR-CDRI, Lucknow
Supported by:
Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science and Technology
Researchers are invited to participate in a three days Brain-Storming entitled ‘Renewing the tradition of natural product research in India’ – organized by CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow.
The discussions shall be in the following areas and are expected to suggest ways and means to support this area of importance to the Nation.
1. Discovery of new natural products from bacteria, fungi, plants and marine organisms
2. Biotechnology of natural products and synthetic biology
3. Chemical Ecology
4. Natural product synthesis
5. Natural products and chemical biology
6. New drug discovery and natural products
Eligibility: Researchers in academia (beyond Ph.D.): young faculties (below 40 years of age), post doctoral fellows, including those in temporary employment in university/research institutes.
Applications for participations should highlight their employment, background and interest in natural products with a detailed CV. A screening committee shall select approx. 40 participants who shall be provided local hospitality and reimbursed for travel expenses (air/train fare as per entitlement). For full details, visit http://www.cdriindia.org
Full applications should reach by 31 October 2015 to Dr Dinesh K. Dikshit (coordinating.cell.dfs@gmail.com) Coordinating Cell of ‘Drugs from Sea’ Project of MoES, Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) B.S. 10/1, Sector 10, Jankipuram Extension, Sitapur Road, Lucknow 226 031, India

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