Building Capacity in Pakistan: Training in the Use of Polymerase Chain Reaction The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is seeking applicants to participate in a training program for early career researchers in Pakistan in the nucleic-acid amplification method, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR). As part of this program, a total of two trainingsRead More
ISID will hold its next International Congress on Infectious Diseases (19th ICID) in Kuala Lumpur from 20-23 February 2020, https://icid.isid.org, in partnership with the Malaysian Society for Infectious Diseases and Chemotherapy (MSIDC).
The National Institute of Health (NIH) proudly announces that Dr. Munnaza Fatima, fellow of 11th Cohort of FELTP, NIH, Pakistan got “Jeffery P.Koplan award” for excellence in Scientific Poster Presentation in the 68th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service conference International night, 2019 Atlanta, GA USA. Her work was regarding the recent outbreak of Extensively Drug ResistantRead More
Pakistan Academy of Sciences (PAS) in collaboration with U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) has launched a handbook on “Good Clinical Laboratory Practices in Pakistan”. The Handbook is intended to serve as an informational guide for clinical laboratories in order to improve the standards under one health concept and especially concentrates on missingRead More
National Institute of Health announces with pride that Prof. Dr. Aamer Ikram, Executive Director, National Institute of Health has been promoted from Brigadier to Major General.
For pollen count in Islamabad please click below link: http://www.pmd.gov.pk/rnd/rndweb/rnd_new/R%20&%20D.php
A four member team of health experts from the National Institute of Health (NIH), Islamabad, visited Bolan district (Balochistan) to investigate a mysterious disease. According to the initial findings of the investigation team, the disease is Xeroderma Pigment sum an autosomal recessive running inherit ably in families due to close consanguineous marriages. During the visit,Read More
The National Institute of Health (NIH) has launched its first-ever android-based application named “Mosquitoes Alert in Pakistan”. The app will help to collect information on different mosquito species present in different areas which will ultimately help in mapping out the magnitude of burden related to different mosquito species. Through this Mosquito Alert app, anyone canRead More
The National Institute of Health (NIH) has restarted the production of Cell Culture Rabies Vaccine (CCRV). The vaccine is presently on completion stages of Quality Control analysis and lot release process. NIH assures to Ministry of National Health Services Regulation & Coordination (NHSR&C) that it shall utilize all the resources to meet the country’s needRead More