Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre is recognized Research Centre in the creation of new knowledge and therapies to improve human health from clinical trials to molecular biology research in identifying new drugs to fight major diseases. Therapeutic areas includes Cardiology/Vascular Diseases, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Family Medicine, Immunology, Infection and Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics and Orthopaedic surgery, Otolaryngology, Paediatrics/Neonatology, Plastic surgery, Psychiatry, Rheumatology, Trauma (Emergency, Injury, Surgery), Urology, Medical Devices and Basic Science Researches in the area of Multi Drug Resistance, Bacteriophage Therapy, Bioinformatics, various pharmacological and biochemical studies etc.
Research wing of SSIMS & RC’s is the gateway to all clinical trial activities in the Centre, dedicated to effective collaboration between industry and academia to advance care and the boundaries of health care treatment. We partner with patients, industries and investigators to identify appropriate resources to meet patient needs.
Research wing assists biomedical science faculties in creating and building interdisciplinary collaborative research by providing access to facilities and expertise. Also assists in helping faculty and staff in applying grants, clinical research management, monitoring the studies,interpreting sponsor guidelines and agreement, budget development and ensuring that meet compliance requirement.
Founded in July 1958, the BEA was established for the advancement of education in the fields of Arts, Fine arts, Commerce, Education, Humanities, Law, Science, Medicine, Dental Sciences, Nursing, Pharmacy, Engineering, Management Studies & other allied educational facilities. In addition to creation of providing a resource bank for the country in ‘times of need’, BEA established and manage Hospitals, Charitable Institutions for the benefit of society.
Today, 55 years on, the BEA manages as many as 43 educational institutions ranging from kindergartens to professional colleges offering post-graduate courses. The association runs 11 hostels for their students – three for boys and eight for girls.