Inaguration and Establishment of DAILAB

An important MoU to promote international academic research cooperation in the field of science and biotechnology was linked between Japan and India on March 22, 2018 at the Department of Biotechnology with the participation of a distinguished gathering of academics from Japan and India. Dr. Pratap K. Pati, Head, Department of Biotechnology, GNDU and Coordinator of the event stated that the MoU was signed between the Guru Nanak Dev University and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),Japan, acting through its Biomedical Research Institute (BMRI), Japan. The two institutions collaborating in biomedical research for last several years have tied a formal bond to upgrade their activities to train next generation.

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) is one of the largest public research organizations in Japan engaged in cutting-edge R & D bridging research achievements and industries and linking them to commercialization. In October 2013, AIST had entered into an agreement with the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) of the Government of India to establish a joint research laboratory named “DBT-AIST International Laboratory for Advanced Biomedicine” (DAILAB) at the Biomedical Research Institute at AIST, Tsukuba, Japan. DAILAB is the first of its kind and offers a variety of research and technology opportunities to Indian scholars in a highly competent and world class environment. DAILAB had earlier established six SISTER (Satellite Institutes for Special Training in Education and Research) labs including one in Sri Lanka. The seventh SISTER Lab has been established in Department of Biotechnology,Guru Nanak Dev University (https://unit.aist.go.jp/bmd/en/information/index.html)

Our students visited DAILAB centre at AIST, Tsukuba, Japan

Departmental Students Visited DIALAB Centre at AIST, Tsukuba, Japan

Students taking Training in DAILAB centre at AIST, Tsukuba, Japan

DAILAB-CAFE

(DBT-AIST International Laboratory for Advanced Biomedicine – Classroom for Advanced and Frontier Education) Lecture Series

Under dialab cafe, 15 speakers have already delivered talk to students on various aspects of biological sciences

Speakers

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Dr. Nobutaka Mitsuda

Associate Professor,

Saitama University, Japan.

Comprehensive Study of Plant Transcription factors.

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Dr. A-Rum Yoon

Department of Bioengineering, College of Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea.

Antitumor Effect and Safety of Systemically Delivered Oncolytic Adenovirus  Complexed with EGFR-targeted PAMAM Dendrimer.

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Prof. Yuzuru ITO

Tsukuba University, Japan.

Facilitation of quality control of human stem cells.

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Prof. Chae-Ok Yun

Deparment of Bioengineering

College of Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea.

Evolving lessons on oncolytic Ad for cancer gene therapy.

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Dr. Yoshihiro Ohmiya

Director, Biomedical Research Institute (BMRI),

AIST, Japan.

Bioluminescence.

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Dr. Yoshio Kato

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan.

Protein delivery into cells  for altering the genomic DNA sequence.

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Dr. Shinichi Hasako

Taiho pharmaceutical co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.

Drug discovery targeting EGFR mutations for lung cancer therapy.

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Dr. Kazuichi Sakamoto

Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences,

University of Tsukuba.

Screening and application of Natural Bio-Active Compounds Acting to Health and Youth.

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Dr. Shunsuke Tomita

Nano Bio-device research group, Biomedical Research Institute (BMRI)

AIST, Japan.

Pattern-based sensing of bioanalytes by arrays of cross-reactive polymeric materials.

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Dr. Y. Mitani

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

AIST, Japan.

Luminous animals from fields to the lab.

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Dr. Shama Prasada K

Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, Karnataka, India.

Regulation of Double C2 Like Domain Beta and its Biological Function in Human Cervical Cancer.

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Dr. Ritu Kulshreshtha

Department of Biochemical Engineering & Biotechnology,

IIT-Delhi, India.

Hypoxia-regulated onco-miRs as attractive targets for cancer therapy.

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Prof. D. Sunder

Department of Biochemical Engineering. & Biotechnology

Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi,India.

The foundations of synthetic biology.

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Prof. Akshay Anand

Neuroscience Research Lab, Department of Neurology

PGIMER, Chandigarh, India.

The role of human fetal pigmented ciliary epithelium derived neurospheres and human umbilical cord blood derived lineage negative stem cells in the regeneration of laser injured mouse retina.

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Dr. Ravikrishnan Elangovan

Department of Biochemical Engineering. & Biotechnology

IIT-Delhi, India.

Rapid diagnostic solutions to combat infectious disease burden.

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