Date posted: May 21, 2012

At Dayanand Medical College & Hospital Ludhiana, Punjab

6 – 8th October 2012

30th Annual National Conference of on Medical Statistics is being organized at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana, Punjab from 6-8th Oct 2012. It is well known fact that the science of Statistics has made significant contribution towards the medical and public health research. The learning and understanding of Statistical terminology and techniques for the applications in biomedical research is of paramount importance now-a-days.

This conference will give you an ample opportunity to learn several areas of Biostatistics and their applications in the field of public health, medicine, nursing, epidemiology, biology, reproductive and child health, health economics, health informatics etc etc.

The scientific programme will include invited talks, symposia on special themes, plenary sessions and contributed papers. It is hoped that the deliberations will be useful for Public Health Professionals, Programme Managers, Health Administrators, Scientists in the field of Epidemiology and Statistics, Health and Population Scientists, Biomedical Researchers, Nursing and Physiotherapy Professional, Information Scientists and all those interested in the healthcare and hospital planning, evaluation and research.

Theme: Understanding and Translating Statistical and Epidemiological Innovations into Biomedical Research

Venue: Dayanand Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana, Punjab 141001.

Early Bird registration: 31 July 2012.
Submission of Abstract:  31 August, 2012.

Conference Website:

Organizing Committee
Dr R K Soni, Dept. of Community Medicine, Dayanand Medical College & Hospital, Ludhiana-141001Ph.- 0161-4686620 , Mobile: +91 9872213377


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