Message from the Director
I have found SYS to be bursting with enthusiasm, passion and interest towards the upliftment of scientific goals. The executive members of the SYS possess excellent leadership qualities and organizational skill. They have a genuine aptitude and zeal to pursue higher achievements towards the qualitative accounts of young researchers of our country. I hope that this newsletter reaches out to every nook and corner and enlightens one and all.
Prof. Randeep Guleria, Director, AIIMS, New Delhi.
Message from the former Deputy Director of Administration
We have already witnessed some good work from SYS and I take this opportunity to commend for the professionalism and co-operation displayed by them at every level of organization. They deserve to be appreciated for coming forth with the idea of having this news tenet I believe this would not only inspire our young scientists but will also inculcate scientific spirit in them. Lean foresee the possibilities it has and believe that it will come true.
Shri Ramesh Kumar Sudhanshu (IAS), DDA, AIIMS, New Delhi
Message from the Registrar
I feel delighted to know that SYS at AIIMS New Delhi is going to release an newsletter highlighting the achievement of young research scholars at AIIMS, New Delhi. I appreciate this wonderful effort by the SYS. The uniqueness of our research scholars lies in the fact that they have the ability to take that extra step, go that extra mile and make things looking from ordinary to extraordinary Medicine is ever t hanging science. Because of the continuous research and development there have been significant advancements and changes in practice of medicine and therefore, we could provide the relief to suffering human beings. Research scholars at AIIMS, New Delhi are an epitome of passion and energy. I believe that the research achievements of AIIMS, New Delhi will not only benefit the entire scientific community but also motivate many of the newer students who may be willing to join the scientific community and do research. With this positive attitude, I wish them all the success in this initiative.
Dr. Sanjay Lalwani, Registrar, AIIMS, New Delhi.
Message from SYS Panel 2013-2014
It gives me immense pleasure that the SYS is releasing its news letter. Only few national institutes have structured societies or associations for research scholars. The society is highly functional in matters of research scholar welfare. It has taken up several issues like hike in fellowship, revision of institute fellowship and basic facilities for research scholars. It has worked hard to bring together all the research scholars on one platform to fight for their rights in 2014. Good science is crucial for progress of research.
AIIMS is a premier institute of the country with very high number of research scholars. It publishes a very large number of research papers in various disciplines in national and international journals. The part played by young scientists or research scholars is central to this output. There remains however a continuing need of excellence in scientific research and for the reliability of the data accumulated so that the work stays valid in literature. The SYS has over the years worked diligently to improve the research environment, apart from safeguarding interests and rights of research scholars. We wish the society and its members all the best for their future.
Mr. Anil Kumar.
The Society for Young Scientists (SYS) was conceived as a forum for exchange of ideas by Prof. Pradeep Seth and Prof. B. L Jailkhani in AIIMS in 1974. We, the 41th committee of the SYS 2016-17, aims to strengthen scientific cooperation among young scientists. We endeavour to let the scientific thoughts soar and make research a more fulfilling and rewarding experience in our institute.
"Let us join hands to create an aura of scientific distinction in AIIMS. "
Ms. Nilisha Rastogi, PhD Scholar, Department of Biophysics participated in 15th International Conference on the Crystallization of Biological Macromolecules held between September 17 - 20, 2014 in Hamburg, Germany. She received an opportunity to present her work done at AIIMS.
Topic: "Structure of tryptically produced iron-free C-lobe of lactoferrin and its functional significance in the gut".
Dr. Rahul Sharma, Physiotherapist, Department of Neurology was recognized for significant contribution n the field of physiotherapy at International conference in multidisciplinary healthcare, 2014 held at AIIMS. Dr. Rahul Sharma also featured in a national interview on DD News and IBN 7 on topic "Brain Attack" with Dr. M.V. Padma Srivastava in Jan 2014. He was part of a panel of doctors from AIIMS and MEDANTA MEDCITY. He discussed about acute onset of neurological dysfunction due to an abnormality in cerebral circulation with resultant signs & symptoms more than 24 hr that corresponds to involvement of focal areas of brain.
Mr. Prem Shankar Mishra, PhD Scholar, Department of Laboratory Medicine received an opportunity to make an oral presentation in Theoretical and Practical Training Course-Molecular Biology of Leishmania, Trieste, Italy held in Oct 2014. He was awarded an international travel grant from ICGEB to present his work.
Sunil Shakya, Phd Scholar, Department of Neurology was awarded 1" Prize in Oral Presentation on 16th Annual Conference of Delhi Neurologist Association held on Feb 01, 2014 at India Habitat Centre,New Delhi.
Topic "Spinocerebellar ataxia 17 in Indian population: TBP- CAG/CAA intermediate repeat alleles and diagnostic threshold dilemma".
Sachin Kumar, Technical Associate (Pharmacovigilance), Department of Pharmacology was recognized by the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) for his valuable support cowards ensuring patient safety and promoting public health on Aug 15, 2014.He was appreciated for best ADR reporting from ADRM Centre, AIIMS in Pharmacovigilance Programme of India.
Manisha Singh, PhD Scholar, Department of C.T.V.S. received 311 prize for poster presentation in 15th Indo- US Flow Cytometry workshop on Stem Cells- 2014, held at Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, New Delhi on 27th and 28th 11 October, 2014.
Topic: "Study of the induction capability of fgf2 & bdnf towards dopaminergic neuron generation in mesenchymal stem cells derived from two different sources?
Lata, PhD Scholar, Department of Ocular Pathology, RPC received an International Scholarship (SIOP-Scholarship Toronto 2014) for attending SIOP-2014, Toronto, Canada. She received an opportunity to participate in poster presentation at 46th Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP 2014) held in Toronto, Canada from 22nd- 25th October, 2014.
Mr. Rajesh Yadav, PhD Scholar , Department of Physiology received an opportunity to present his work at the Annual Meeting of Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) 2014 held in Yokohama, Japan during September 11-13,2014.
Topic: "Contribution of preoptic area thermo transient receptor potential vanilloid type IV (TRPV4) channel in thermoregulation in rats."
Mayank Gautam, PhD Scholar, Department of Anatomy participated in 15th World Congress on Pain organized by International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) that was held on October 2014, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Topic "A morphological and behavioral study of the involvement of substance p in post-incisional pain in rats."
Dr Vamsi Krishna
A clinical diagnostic matrix, developed as a part of PhD dissertation, under the guidance of Prof Sethuraman Gomathy, Prof Celia Moss, Prof Sreenivas Vishnubhatla, Prof Vinod K Sharma,Dr Sridhar Sivasubbu, Dr Muratza Khan and other respected teachers, is now available for professionals caring for Epidermolysis Bullosa worldwide: EB Clinical Diagnostic Matrix
Ph.D Scholar, Awarded by prestigious Global Health travel award (2017) and Young Investigator Travel Grant Award (2017) to participate in Keystone symposium at Durban, South Africa from 10-14 September 2017 and 18th International Congress on Infectious Disease will be held at Buenos Aires, Argentina from 1- 4 March 2018, respectively by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.