The memorandum of understanding was executed between Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar and Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre, Gandhingar

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The memorandum of understanding was executed between Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar and Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre, Gandhingar

The memorandum of understanding was executed between Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar and Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre, gandhingar. MoU done by Director Prof. Vd. Anup Thakar on behalf of ITRA and Director on behalf of GBRC.
The ITRA is a pioneer statutory institute in the field of ayurveda and declared as INI for the promotion of quality and execellence in education, research and training in ayurveda and allied disciplines. The institute is conduction UG and PG education in di8fferent subjects of Ayurveda, Ayurveda Pharmacy and Medicinal plants and a high level clinical and experimental research in the field.
GBRC established under the aegis of department of science and technology, Govt. of Gujarat having its well equipped lab and conducted innovative research leading to product prototype process development with application in healthcare, agriculture, environment and marine sectors.
The MoU facilitate and promote the interdisciplinary collaborative research and academic research activities in the field of Ayurveda, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics in the areas of healthcare research, Drug research and drug development.
Through this MoU, it is possible to study systematic assessment of Ayurvedic drugs/formulations, and therapeutic interventions and biotechnological products in context to modern and Ayurveda tools. It may also exploring the underlying mechanisms of action of such drugs/formulations and therapeutic interventions at the molecular and cellular levels by which we can elucidate how these exerts their therapeutic effects.
GBRC has a well established state of the art facility in Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Genomics and Proteomics, whereas ITRA has well established preclinical and clinical research facilities. The scholars also get benefited by using the each other’s libraries, laboratories and research facilities such as instruments, equipment and resources available at both institutions to enhance the quality and breadth of research work and academic activities.

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