Apollo University, Chittoor, partners UoH on medtech
Apollo University partnered UoH, on Wednesday, to support quality training programs in technological and healthcare research.
HYDERABAD: Apollo University, Chittoor, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with University of Hyderabad (UoH), on Wednesday, to support quality training programs in technological and healthcare research.
Vice Chancellor of UoH, Professor B.J Rao said, "The collaboration between The Apollo University and UoH to share a responsibility for research in the areas of genomics and proteomics of non-communicable diseases, development of early detection biomarkers for non-communicable diseases, stem cells and tissue engineering and design and development of biopharmaceuticals, is a significant one and we have found the trusted partner, Apollo Group, to support our vision with excellent and innovative services in healthcare and life sciences."
The objective of the collaboration was to support quality training programs in technological and healthcare research and promote inter-institutional cooperation. The agreement explores the exchange of knowledge and collaboration in technology, medicine, data science, machine learning and speedy diagnosis.
Professor P Prakash Babu of UoH stated, "Faculty from both institutions will be involved in training the students in the areas of biomedical sciences, molecular biology, genetics and artificial intelligence" within the umbrella of the UoH guidelines stipulated time to time.
This agreement was a boost-up for both institutions in the areas of biomedical science, genetics and molecular biology and health Informatics and analytics.
The MoU was signed by Dr. Devesh Nigam (Registrar, UoH) and Dr. M Potha Raju (Registrar, The Apollo University). Dr. K Prabakar Head, Academic Affairs, Apollo Knowledge, Chennai was present for the ceremony.