National institute of Biomedical Genomics is an autonomous body that was established in 2010. The institute is the first in India that is explicitly devoted to research, training, translation & service and capacity-building in biomedical genomics. The college was established with the vision of enhancing knowledge on human health and diseases through genomics and to translate the knowledge using appropriate technologies of well-being and improvement of genetics-based health care. It is a premier institute that offers necessary physical infrastructure in order to serve as the expert base for the principles and practices of biomedical genomics. National institute of Biomedical Genomics offers various graduate and post-graduate degree level courses and also conducts and promotes cutting edge research in biomedical genomics for better understanding of public health need.
Facts and Figures of National institute of Biomedical Genomics -
Year of Establishment
Govt. of India
Institutes Under National institute of Biomedical Genomics
Total Faculty Members
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How to Reach
50 km away from West Bengal Railway Station
Why to JoinNational institute of Biomedical Genomics?
Expert Faculty- National institute of Biomedical Genomics has a team of expert faculty that are highly skilled and highly skilled professionals in the field of Biomedical Genomics
Educational Alliance- The institute is in alliance with various other institutes like Calcutta University, Indian Statistical Institute and Indian Institute of Science Education and Research for offering refresher and special courses for students and faculty members of colleges and universities in a modularized way.
Clinical Alliance- The institute also has collaborations with various clinics like Dept. of Gynecology-Cancer Centre Welfare Home and Research Institute, Dept. of Gynecology-Calcutta Medical College Hospital, Dept. of Gynecology-Jawaharlal Memorial Hospital and Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences to provide expert clinical advice and training to the students.