Meeting to team of researchers lead by an expert Dr. Ambareen Jameel an a Serologist from Canada here on Tuesday
The University of Sindh will be initiating collaborative research with researcher experts and would provide all technical assistance on Anti Snack Venom to overcome shortage of snack and dog bite to cater the needs of the community awaited since last many decades. The assurance was given by the Vice Chancellor University of Sindh Prof. Dr. Nazir Ahmed Mughal in a meeting to team of researchers lead by an expert Dr. Ambareen Jameel an a Serologist from Canada here on Tuesday. The Dean Faculty of Natural Sciences Dr. Muhammad Tahir Rajput, Director Institute of Biochemistry Dr. Allah Bux Ghanghro, Dr. Naeem Qureshi and Dr. M.B Bhurgri attended the meeting. The team of researcher briefed the Vice Chancellor about their research on Anti Snack Venom and progress in this regard. The Vice Chancellor welcomed the scholars and said that it is dire need that researcher should research on anti Snack venom to provide relief to the affected immediately. He extended all kind of cooperation to the researcher and said that the aim of the higher education in modern day become more important to in providing community service at every level along with traditional duty of teaching and research . He said that it will be great community service on the part of the University of Sindh to initiate collaborative research and provide technical assistance on pivotal project. The team of researcher informed the Vice Chancellor that their research work would also be helpful to overcome the shortage of vaccine both in snack bite and dog bite with the help of the University of Sindh.