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The vision, of the National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases (NICED), is to perform research and develop strategies for treatment, prevention and control of enteric infections and HIV/AIDS threatening the Nation’s health. Read More...
 

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Global Vibrio cholerae database (GVD) for pulsed-field gel electrophoresis typing patterns Details...

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Biomedical Informatics Centre, NICED, Kolkata is organizing A one-Day Workshop On “Frequently Used Databases in Biomedical Research”
Dated: 31st January 2014 Details...

Workshop on Cryoelectron Microscopy in Life Sciences during 1-2 July, 2013. Details...

National Institute of Cholera & Enteric Diseases, Kolkata and Electron Microscope Society of India, East Zone Chapter are organizing a Workshop on
“Scanning Electron Microscopy in Life Sciences” on 7th February, 2013 Details...

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Sealed quotations are invited from the Contract Research Organisations (CROs) having experience in carrying out large health & nutrition surveys in different districts of West Bengal by the Director-in-charge, NICED. Selected CRO is required to collect the nutrition & other health related information along with assessment of nutrition status using a field-tested questionnaire/anthropometric instruments from 600 schools (40 students from each schools totaling 24,000 school students within the state) from all districts of West Bengal to implement a nutrition research project titles `Assessment of nutritional status among primary and upper-primary school children in all districts of West Bengal’ under Dr. Kamalesh Sarkar & Dr. Suman Kanungo as Principal Investigators. Details.



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