CSJMU will work on target medicines with CDRI: There will be research in preparation to further effective medicines with side effects without side effects
If everything goes well, this news is relieved for cancer, liver, kidneys, neuro, heart and other serious patients. Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University is preparing to work big work in the health sector. The Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) in Lucknow is preparing to develop side effects (side effects). Experts from both institutions will work on target medicine. An MoU can also be signed between the university and the institute within a week. According to the information received, the cooperation of experts of the city's Regency and Fortune Hospital will also be taken in this work. Given medicines in view of their health and condition. It has been seen that due to long medicines, many patients start getting side effects of these medicines, due to which other parts of their body start to affect. In cancer, heart problems and many such serious diseases, symptoms of restlessness, indigestion, itching, pain, depression are seen in patients. Some patients also have problems with lack of sleep. In view of these problems, CSJMU Vice Chancellor Prof. Vinay Pathak has decided to start research work on medicines in the university. CDRI officials have been interacted. Both institutions have agreed for the MoU sign. The university has already been signed by Regency and Fortune Hospital for work in the medical research sector only last month. Confirming the agreement with CDRI, we said that we are taking steps to promote medical education and medical research from the university. Work will be done on target medicine in collaboration with CDRI. There is a preparation to develop new drugs.
Research will start by taking data from hospitals patients and patients from other districts including Kanpur come to the nursing home for treatment. Sale and tissue will be taken along with data of these patients (X-rays, pathology, CT scans, MRI, microbiology etc.). Drugs will be examined on cells and tissues from them. Experts will prepare prototype models of testing in the first phase, on which the formula will be tested. Animal testing and then clinical trial will be held when better results from here.
CSJMU's lab was created by Prof. Sudhir Kumar Awasthi, Vice Chancellor of AdvancesSJMU, said that, all the labs of the university's Life Science and Biotechnology Department of the university said that the university's Life Science and Biotechnology Department Renovation and advance work has been completed. A new lab of forensic and biomedical will be built. Apart from this, research is already being done by the Department of Life Science and Biotechnology on the possibility of obesity. It includes school students to youth and elderly. Experts are trying to find out, after all, the problem of obesity is increasing.