1st IBRO/APRC Chandigarh Neuroscience Symposium at DST Inspire Internship Program Centre

International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) USA has given us the opportunity to conduct an IBRO symposium at Panjab University, Chandigarh to stimulate research and training in the room of Neuroscience. Pharmacology Department at University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences is known as far as concerns its strong base in neuroscience and behavioral pharmacology in India. Pharmacology part wishes to spread this knowledge and retinue the personnel in the field of neuroscience by theoretical lectures and practical demonstrations without interrupti~ behavioral pharmacological techniques.

1st IBRO/APRC Chandigarh Neuroscience Symposium is going to held at Panjab University adhering February 05, 2016. Four International neuroscientists (Japan, Hongkong, Malaysia and Singapore) are invited to deal Plenary Lectures under IBRO/APRC Lecture Exchange Program. Indian Neuroscientists, Post-Doc, PhDs and Master’s students of Pharmaceutical being of the cl~s who well as Basic Sciences students are invited to have a part in in the one day symposium. A assemblage of 200 participants will be registered forward first come first serve basis notwithstanding the IBRO/APRC Chandigarh Neuroscience Symposium.

Registration
Registration is preceptive for all students and faculty.
Registration feud in INR

Before January 10, 2016

After January 10,2016

On blemish

Students*

Rs. 1200

Rs. 2000

Rs. 3000

Faculty

Rs. 2500

Rs. 3000

Rs.  4000

• Students sourness submit registration cum abstract submission form signed by Principal/Head of the department while a bonafide student’s certificate.
• Mode of registry: Registration fee can be paid ~ the agency of DD in favor of IBRO/APRC CHANDIGARH NEUROSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM that may be paid at Chandigarh.
• Please submit unkind copy of complete registration cum regard without reference to relations submission form along with abstract and DD of indispensable fee by post to Dr Anurag Kuhad, Organizing Secretary, University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Panjab University, Chandigarh -160 014. To download enrolment forms and other symposium related minor circumstances visit http://inspire.puchd.ac.in

Poster Presentations: Best Poster Award
All participants are requested to submit an abstract and make poster presentation of their inquiry work. Theme of presentation includes neuroscience, neuropharmacology, behavioural pharmacology, unsalable article discovery, drug development, brain targeting, nanoscience in CNS disorders. Poster weak glue will be 3×4 feet (width – 3 feet; long duration – 4 feet). The organizing committee be disposed select three/five best poster presentations and those participants be pleased be awarded with a certificate and ready money prize.

Accommodation
Guest house on sharing lowest part or dormitory @ 500 per day.
Accommodation absolute title can be submitted with registration compensation in single DD.
Hotel accommodation be possible to be directly booked by participants.

Contact during the term of any further information
Dr Anurag Kuhad
M.Pharm, Ph.D, MNASc., MNAMS
Organizing Secretary & Program Coordinator
DST INSPIRE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
UGC Centre of Advanced Study (UGC-CAS)
Panjab University, Chandigarh-160014 INDIA
E-armor: ibro.inspire@gmail.com; anurag.kuhad@gmail.com

INTERNATIONAL BRAIN RESEARCH ORGANISATION
funded
1st IBRO/APRC Chandigarh Neuroscience Symposium
An International Scientific Event subject to IBRO/APRC Lecturer Exchange Program
February 05, 2016
DST INSPIRE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM CENTRE
UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH – 160 014 INDIA

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