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Professor Bhaskar C. Harinath presently Director, JBTDRC and Honorary Professor in Biochemistry, after completing Ph.D. and Post doctoral study in United States under Fulbright programme, joined the first rural Medical Institute, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences at Sevagram in 1970 which was just started as Gandhi Centenary Project in 1969, to establish the Department of Biochemistry. During the last forty two years, in addition to teaching and hospital biochemistry work, the department was developed into an advanced centre for Tropical Disease Research in particular on filaria and tuberculosis with all the sophisticated equipments with support from Unichem labs., USEFI, ICMR, CSIR, DST, DBT and WHO/TDR resulting in establishment of Jamnalal Bajaj Tropical Disease Research Centre on campus. The centre has been recognized by DBT for establishment of ‘Repository for filarial parasite and reagents’. Bioinformatics Centre one of the 146 centres in India was established and funded by DBT since 1999. Presently the research work at the Centre and Biochemistry is supported by grants from DBT, ICMR, DST and Kasturba Health Society.
Biochemical, immunological and molecular studies in infectious diseases namely filaria and tuberculosis