Partnering with Us

Collaborating on an existing programme or formulating a new one
We would be open to collaborate on formulating new research programmes understanding the genetic landscape of Rare Genetic Diseases and evaluating the functionality of genetic variants. We are also open to help and support you on funded projects in area of sequencing and analysis on cohorts of familial Mendelian Diseases.

In true spirit of the collaboration, we also extensively interact and also train clinicians, both in the data generation and informatics aspects, to equip them to be able to understand and interpret the data appropriately and correlate clinically.

We  recommend and invite you or your colleagues to also spend time in our lab at CSIR-IGIB to learn and understand the different aspects. We also conduct CMEs and Workshops on a regular basis in case many people in a department has interest in the collaboration and science. Please find the upcoming events below.

  • Seminar Series on Hemoglobinopathies 2021 & SessionsProf. Stuart Orkin, M.DDavid G. Nathan Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) InvestigatorHarvard Medical School, Boston, USAFebruary ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2021, 3:45 AM by Vinod Scaria
  • Pediatric Neurogenomics Symposium Pediatric Neurogenomics Symposium 2021Feb & March 2021A seven-week online symposium on advances in diagnosis and treatment of neurogenetic disorders.Organized by Center of Excellence & Advanced Research on Childhood ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2021, 3:43 AM by Vinod Scaria
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We have a standardised format for MoU with clinical institutions who would be interested in participating in the programme. Please use the templates provided.
Microsoft Word Templates you can use
MS Word template for Memorandum of Understanding (2017)
Please contact us with the final approved version from your side before sending us the signed copies.
We would require two signed copies on plain white paper. One of the signed copy would be returned back for your reference.