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A One-day Symposium focusing on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the biomedical devices and the certification of biomedical instruments was organized by BID-Hub at PGIMER. This unique multi-disciplinary event was attended by approximately 180 delegates from various medical and engineering institutes of North India along with the representatives from the medical industry.
Prof. GD Puri, Chairman, BID-Hub welcomed the delegates and elaborated on the objectives of this event. He stressed that this Hub is going to provide a common platform for engineering as well as medical scientists to develop indigenous and affordable technology for the benefit of Indian health care problems.
The event was inaugurated by Prof. Jagat Ram, Director PGIMER, Chandigarh. Mr. RK Verma IAS, Principal, Secretary, DSTE, Punjab Govt., the ‘Guest of Honor’ at the symposium, shared his vision about how to extract maximum output through the various centre of excellence established in the region and the whole nation. He also shared the Punjab Govt. mission to make the region an innovations based technology Hub.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts coming from various top tier academic/research institutions and industry; Biomedical Instruments certification experts from the Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) shared their experience at the event. The event concluded successfully with an interactive discussion with the presented delegates’ with a vote of thanks by Prof GD Puri.
As a part of ‘Make in India’ initiative, BID-Hub is working towards the development of novel biomedical instrument within its premises lead by Prof. GD Puri and Prof. Joseph. L. Mathew under the umbrella of PGIMER with the support of DST.
“An Intellectual Interchange among Researchers and Medical Practitioners”30-September-2019; 9:00 AM onward; Free Registrations
The integration of artificial intelligence and robotic technologies towards healthcare delivery has become a topic of increasing interest for researchers, developers, and clinicians from healthcare industries worldwide. It is foreseeable that artificial intelligence will be the main approach of the next generation of how we access and responds to disease.
The explosive number of artificial intelligence algorithms and increasing computational power of computers has significantly extended the number of potential applications for both the medical practitioner and the user.
Since it has also brought new challenges to the artificial intelligence community, by this symposium we aim to provide a platform for young researchers to share up-to-date scientific achievements in this field.
PGIMER Inventors at India’s biggest Medical Trade Expo
Biomedical Instruments & Devices Hub (BIDH) based at PGIMER is committed to developing indigenous biomedical instruments to make them affordable and validated as per India’s people.
As a part of BIDH’s vision towards ‘Make in India’, the team participated under ‘Innovation Pavillion’ at Medicall Expo, Chennai, India to present it’s developed prototype & commercialized products.
Prof. GD Puri explained about the patented technology CLADS to the visitors coming around from more than 10 countries. He added that innovations are the basis of development in any field of healthcare & medical science. The technologies shown during the expo @ ‘Innovation Pavillion’ are promising with huge potential to modulate our future delivery of health care to patients around the world.
BIDH at PGIMER, Chandigarh is excelling in the field of biomedical sciences with the support of Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India
Glimpse of second BID workshop at PGIMER, CHANDIGARH, INDIA: 31st May 2019
The second BID Hub workshop was organized with a theme: Role of Biomedical Incubators/Hub in Bringing Innovation to the Healthcare System. This unique multi-disciplinary workshop was attended by approximately 150 delegates from various medical and engineering institutes of North India along with the representatives from the medical instruments industry.
Prof GD Puri, Chairman, BID Hub welcomed the delegates and elaborated on the objectives of this event. He stressed that this Hub is going to provide a common platform for engineering as well as medical scientists to develop indigenous and affordable technology for the benefit of Indian health care problems. He informed that 10 projects for developing various biomedical instruments have already started and the initial experience is very encouraging.
Prof Jagat Ram, Director, PGIMER, Chief Guest launched the web portal www.biomedhubpgichd.com of Biomedical Hub &elaborated that this workshop is going to serve as a great platform for doctors, engineers and industry personnel to exchange their ideas and give them a practical shape in the form of affordable devices that will be of tremendous help in patient care.
Prof Arun Kumar Grover, Former Vice Chancellor, Punjab University, Chandigarh; the dignitary guest for the event applauded the initiative of developing the Biomedical Hub in the region. He also discussed the potential role of CRIKC institutions in making such an initiative a great success.
Dr Girish Sahni, Former Director General CSIR, Govt. of India motivated the budding innovators with his interactive talks about his journey of a successful biologist and innovator and he stressed the need of such innovative hubs in the country. He said that innovation is indeed a challenge and India is well poised to achieve success in the development of biomedical devices if all the stakeholders like industry, doctors, Engineers, and technicians come together at a single platform to do the much-needed brainstorming.
Prof Joseph Mathew elaborated the various quality control steps involved in the functioning of the BID Hub so that high-quality projects are supported by DST. He informed that the Hub is going to select and support innovative ideas on biomedical instruments and devices by providing guidance and support in designing, development, testing and clinical validation.
About 10 different presentations on various innovative ideas for prospective technical & financial support from PGI, CSIO, Panjab University, Panjab Engineering College, MMD University, IIT Mandi, and by industry experts were made during this event. Prof Sanjeev Puri talked about the role of ‘Punjab University as a Technology Enabler’.During the deliberations, important topics like patent issues as well as policy matters pertaining to innovation, designing, clinical validation and marketing were discussed. Mr Saurabh Arora, a registered Indian Patent Agent, delivered an informative lecture on “How to Protect Your Intellectual Creation”.Dr Shyama Nagarajan talked about the role of biomedical incubators in bringing innovations to the market whereas Dr Amitabh Dutta discussed the ‘Ethical Considerations of Introducing New Technology/Innovations’. The event concluded with an interactive discussion with the presented delegates’ with a vote of thanks by Prof GD Puri.
“Role of Biomedical Hub/Incubators
in Bringing Innovation to the
Health Care System”
We welcome all the Invited Guests and delegates coming from around the country to PGIMER for this one-day event. The workshop is to be inaugurated by Prof. Jagat Ram, Director PGIMER. We have the honor of having Dr. Girish Sahni (Former Director General, CSIR-Govt. of India) as a keynote speaker who will be sharing his experience of being one of the most successful innovators of his field of work. We wish for great learning & development for the budding innovators through this event. We are privileged to have you all present here.
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Biomedical HUB based at PGIMER is conducting a one day workshop on the coming 31st May 2019 with an aim to provide technical assistance as well as a funding opportunity to potential innovations coming from various govt/pvt institutions and includes multi-disciplinary innovators ranging from PhD Scholar to Scientists to Doctors among others.
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Glimpse of first BID workshop at PGIMER, CHANDIGARH, INDIA