Tuesday, 13 August 2019

National Conference for research in Ayurveda

13/8/2019

PUNE: Second national level conference on research in Ayurveda has been organized in Pune by Ayurveda Teachers association in accordance with Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nasik. The conference has been organized at Rajeev Gandhi E-learning school, Shivdarshan, Sahakarnagar from 9 am- 6 pm on Sunday, 18th August. 

The conference will be inaugurated at the hands of central Ayush minister Shripad Naik at 11.15am on Sunday cited association’s president Dr. Rahul Suryavanshi. The press conference witnessed presence of association’s vice-president Dr. Nitin Chandurkar, secretary Dr. Manoj Chaudhari, Dr. Aparna Sole, Dr. Bhim Gaikwad and Dr. Nitin Waghmare.

During the inauguration ceremony of the conference senior scientist Dr. Vijay Bhatkar and Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nasik’s Vice-Chancellor Dr. Mohan Khamgaonkar will be present. The conference will have panel discussions on various topics in Ayurveda.

Dr. Nitin Chandurkar said that the conference will receive notable guidance by Dr. Sudish Kumar from Kerala on ‘Research Opportunities In Ayurveda’, Dr. S Gopakumar on ‘Topics For Research In Ayurveda’, Dr. Supriya Bhalerao from Pune on ‘Moral Issues In Ayurved Research’, Dr. Shriram Jyotishi on ‘Standardization Of Medicines In Ayurveda’, Dr. Tanuja Nesari from Delhi on ‘Funding For Research facilities in Ayurveda, Dr. Ghanashyam Marda from Pune on ‘Hurdles In Research On Ayurveda’, Dr. Suresh Patankar on ‘Laboratory To Patents To Patients’ along with many other dignitaries.

Dr. Manoj Chaudhari said that along with Pune and many areas in Maharashtra senior doctors and dignitaries from Kerala and Delhi will present their opinions on research facilities in Ayurveda. Thousands of medical concepts exist in Ayurveda &they must receive medical recognition along with getting acceptance, value and promotion in the society. The conference is a platform to present opinions in Ayurveda along with panel discussions by senior dignitaries.

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