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Research


Other Research Programs
Education & Research Activities
- April 2006 onwards
Feb-2007  Indian Medical Association’s OT & X-ray Technician Training Courses

Feb-2007  Mumbai University Postgraduate Research for MSc and PhD Degree by Research started

Mar-2007 Indexed by the Department of Science & Technology,New Delhi

May-2007 Accredited by the Australian Board of Critical Care Medicine for Post Graduate Study in Critical Care Medicine

May-2007 Applied for Accreditation for Post Graduate Diploma (DNB) with the National Board of Examinations under Medical Council India in:

  • Transfusion Medicine
  • Critical Care
  • Gynecology
  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Radiology

Advanced Diploma in Blood Bank Technology and Management


Inaugurated by the Honorable Minister of Higher Technical and Medical Education – Shri Suresh Shetty on June 14, 2007



Course Type Duration No. of Seats
Course I (Full Time) One Year (1) 40
Course II (Part Time) One and Half Year (1½) 40



Advanced Diploma in Blood Bank Technology and Management


  • Blood transfusion services have gained importance and focus with the discovery of AIDS
  • Untreatable blood borne diseases and globalization bring the need for well documented and regularized training for personnel in transfusion medicine
  • This course would not only teach the entire blood bank technology and management for graduates but also master the Quality Systems and documentation required in transfusion medicine

Education & Research Activities- June 14, 2007

Released a book on Guidelines to Quality Manual in Transfusion Medicine
forwarded by Director General National AIDS control organization
-Dr. Sujatha Rao

A news letter for the Federation of Mumbai Blood Banks
on Transfusion Technology was also released

Retrieval/Transplant Centre - Corneal
The Government of Maharashtra has granted us the permission for the corneal transplantation








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