GMRRF Hyderabad invites for Hands on Training/Project Training/Short Term and Professional Courses ~ helpBIOTECH

26 February 2018

GMRRF Hyderabad invites for Hands on Training/Project Training/Short Term and Professional Courses

 helpBIOTECH Academy, Hyderabad MSc Biotech/Life Sciences Class Room Coaching 2019


PROF. G.M. REDDY RESEARCH FOUNDATION
4-123/E, SwaroopNagar, Uppal, 
Hyderabad-500039, India

Ph: 9063920123. Website: www.gmrrf.org
Email: info@gmrrf.org, sas@gmrrf.org, cdm@gmrrf.org

ACTIVITIES

Prof. G.M. Reddy Research Foundation (G.M.R.R.F) is a non-profit autonomous Research Organization registered in December 1995 by the Government of Andhra Pradesh and recognized by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi in August, 1997. Apart from research, the organization also encourages and supports the upcoming Scientists and budding Entrepreneurs in educating with the following technical skills. The organization works on the motto of KNOW HOW, TECHNOLOGY and KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER.

HANDS ON TRAINING & ACADEMIC PROJECTS:

Biomolecules: Phytochemical studies, Genomic , plasmid DNA, RNA and miRNA isolation. PCR, RAPD,RFLP, SSCP and Haplotype analysis, Gel electrophoresis, Northern Blotting. Genetic diversity analysis. Bacterial transformation and cloning, Recombinant DNA Technology, Enzyme assays and kinetics, Immuno-blotting & diffusion. Purification Techniques: HPLC, TLC, Affinity Chromatography. Analysis of bioactive compounds. 

Molecular Genetics: Biomarkers studies. Analysis of Human blood samples. Data analysis and Biostatistics.

Microbial Technology: Biofertilizers(Nitrogen fixing, Phosphate solubilising and Potassium solubilizing bacteria  isolation, characterization and  activity analysis), Biopesticides & Biofuel  development and evaluation. Prototype studies on aquaphonics and biopotential of aqua waste. Quality detection analysis of finished bioproducts. Antimicrobial activity of Bioactive compounds.

Biocomputing and Data analysis : Bioinformatic suits, Clinical Genomics, Sequence studies, Transcriptomics, Network analysis.

Academic real time projects registration closes as it reaches the required number of participants. Prior registration is mandatory.

Cell Biology: Plant tissue culture and Micropropagation. DNA fingerprinting,  RAPD marker studies. 

Animal: PBMC, HeLa and UCB stem cell culture, Chromosomal preparation, karyotyping.

GRANT WRITING & PUBLICATION WRITING:

Assist in finding a proposal concept, evaluating the past work of concept, planning, execution methodology and finalizing the  budget. Facilitate the submission of manuscript for publication in peer reviewed Journals.

SHORT TERM COURSES:

R/Bioconductor for Biologists

This course is designed for biologists (novice and intermediate R users) Course covers preprocessing of data, data analysis, visualization and functional annotation of omics data. By the end of the course, one should be able to use R/ Bioc software efficiently on biological data and make scientifically strong choices.

§Introduction to R/Bioconductor 
§Omics data analysis using R/Bioconductor
§ Analysis of affymetrix microarray data     
§ Functional annotation of NGS data                                            
Next Generation Sequencing Data analysis

1.Introduction to linux (Debian/Ubuntu) and shell (bash)

2.Genomics data formats, resources and visualization

§Introduction to Genomics(File formats) used in genomics data analysis
§Introduction to Variants (SNVs, MNVs and  DIVs)
§Introduction to Variant calling (including qc and alignment – GATK best practices workflow)
§Introduction to Variant annotation (SNPeff, Variation reporter,  VEP)
§Data visualization (IGV)
§Genomics data operations (BED, GTF,VCF)

3. Transcriptomics

•Introduction to Transcriptome
•Introduction to NGS (RNA-seq)
•Introduction to RNA-seq data analysis
oIntroduction to Tuxedo suite workflow1      
oIntroduction to Tuxedo suite workflow 2  
oHtseq workflow
•Data visualization (Cummerbund, IGV)

PROFESSIONAL COURSES:
Professional Education always helps you to draw your own career Map. We will provide you the guidance and a path that lay success right before you. One of the highest rising sectors in India is the Pharmaceutical industry with opportunities and openings for Clinical Research jobs. To meet this increase, please join your hands with us.
Clinical SAS Programming
Statistical Analysis Systems (SAS) Programming is an essential element for data analysis and report generation in the drug development process. There is an outstanding scope for the SAS programmers in clinical, financial and big data analytics industries. The current course is designed to fulfill the industries requirement.

Highlights:

§Rigorous theoretical and programming knowledge in a practical way
§Training by SAS certified industry experts
§Base & Advanced SAS concepts (Including Macros & SQL)
§End-to-end exposure to real time industry requirement
§Special focus on SAS certification
§One on one monitoring
§Well prepared course material with real time examples
§Introduction to ICH - GCP, GPP
§CDISC - SDTM, ADaM
§CDISC standard Phase III project

Mode of Training:

Online Training on weekdays & weekends

Clinical data management and Pharmacovigilance
India has a numerous players in Clinical research Industry with Global standards and Manpower. This Foundation will help you to achieve the level of expertise through our Class-room and User-friendly Training Programs.

Highlights

•History of Clinical Research, Wide variety of clinical trials.
•Pharma and health sciences issues, viz. ICH GCP Principles; Regulatory affairs.
•Clinical trial documentation; ethics; Monitoring; project management.
•Quality assurance; audits & inspections.
•Pharmacology; Pharmacovigilance; Drug safety; Bio equivalence & Bio availability studies.
•Clinical data management; USFDA, EMA Schedule Y and other regulations.
•Medical & scientific writing; Investigator training etc.
Practical Classes on Software: Oracle and Argus.
Certificate will be issued at the end of the course


 ELIGIBILITY
Life Science: B.tech Biotechnology, M.tech Biotechnology, B.Pharmacy, M.Pharmacy, B.Sc Biotechnology / Biochemistry / Microbiology  / Botany, M.Sc Biotechnology / Biochemistry / Microbiology /   Bioinformatics / Botany, PhD.

Statistics: PhD, M.Sc, B.Sc, Doctors :(MBBS, BDS, BHMS, BAMS).

1 comments:

Unknown said...

how long to finish Next Generation sequencing short trem course?

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