BrainHealthcon 2023: A Global Gathering for Healthcare Advancement

BrainHealthcon 2023

BrainHealthcon 2023

We are delighted to share the extraordinary highlights from the SERB-DST and CSIR-sponsored international conference, 'BrainHealthcon 2023,' meticulously organised by the Department of Allied Health Sciences at Brainware University in association with the Physiological Society of Indian and Indian Society of Radiographers and Technologists.

About BrainHealthcon 2023

This 3-day conference provided a golden opportunity for our paramedical students to expand their knowledge repertoire. Centered around 'Translational Research for Sustainable Development for Public Healthcare,' the conference sparked discussions on crucial topics for the future of healthcare.

Key Features:

  • Inaugural Session with Distinguished Guests
  • Insights from Leading Healthcare Professionals
  • Intellectual Vibrancy and Engaging Sessions
  • Thoughtful Discussions on Translational Research
  • Global Perspectives on Healthcare Challenges and Solutions
  • Inaugural Session Highlights
  • The inaugural session was graced by eminent personalities in the healthcare domain, including Padmashree Dr. Ravi Kannan R, Dr. Kei Kitahara, Dr. Jeffrey H Withey, Dr. Tamal Kanti Ghosh, Dr. Kunal Sarkar, Dr. Madhusudan Pal, Dr. Manindra Chaudhuri, Dr. Rajeev Krishnan, and Mahua Pal, Registrar, Brainware University.

"Healthcare is not a profession; it is a mission!" - Dr. Kunal Sarkar

Dr. Sarkar's powerful words set the tone for the conference, emphasizing the mission-driven nature of healthcare and the need for continued development in the sector.

Day-wise Highlights

Day 1: Dr. Ravi Kannan R - Awardee and Advocate for Rural Healthcare
Dr. Ravi Kannan R, Padmashree and Magsaysay awardee, shared insights on early cancer detection and emphasized the collective responsibility for public health.
Insights from International Experts
Dr. Tamal Kanti Ghosh discussed 'Translating Research to Sustainable Clinical Practice.'
Dr. Jeffrey H Withey explored 'Using the Zebrafish Natural Host Model to Understand the Vibrio cholerae Infectious Cycle.'
Dr. Kei Kitahara presented research on the bacterial composition of Vibrio cholerae in infectious diarrheal diseases in India.
Dr. Amar Kumar Chandra delved into the connection between Indian Cyanogenic Plant Foods and Thyroid Physiology.
Dr. Madhusudan Pal explored the 'Impact of Footwear on Biomechanical Responses.'

Day 2: Enriching Insights from Medical Experts.
Dr. Manindra Chaudhuri discussed 'Quality Control or Quality Assurance in Clinical Laboratory.'
Dr. Patitapaban Mohanty and Prof. Debidas Ghosh added expertise to the ongoing dialogue.
Allied Health Science students showcased insightful poster presentations. International Perspectives.

Day 3: Insights from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, Canada, and Dr. Rahul Pratap Kotian from Burjeet Medical City, UAE, added global dimensions to the conference.

Conference Conclusion

As the curtains fell on the spectacular international conference, we celebrated the success of Brain Healthcon 2023 with a Prize Distribution Ceremony, meaningful discussions, and an exchange of ideas. The closing ceremony marked the end of this groundbreaking event, setting a new benchmark for future endeavors.

"Your passion for advancing healthcare and commitment to excellence have set a new benchmark for future endeavors."

Explore the glimpses from the conference, the vibrant discussions, and the token of appreciation for our dedicated faculty members who played a crucial role in making BrainHealthcon 2023 a resounding success.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to this journey of exploration and discovery in the realm of brain health and medical sciences. Here's to the pursuit of knowledge, collaboration, and a healthier future for all.