Atta-ur-Rahman School of Applied Biosciences, NUST has organised a
five-day international workshop on neuroscience in collaboration with
International Brain Research Organisation Asia Pacific Regional
Renowned scientists, clinicians and 30
participants from across the globe are attending the workshop. Pro
Rector NUST Dr Asif Raza graced the occasion as chief guest and
inaugurated the event by emphasising the University’s thrust to promote
interdisciplinary research in all areas of science and technology.
Dr Khalid Iqbal, an eminent scientist from USA, spoke on his pioneering
work on involvement of the protein and its malfunction in Alzheimer’s
The conference aimed to share the successes and
challenges of implementing latest scientific finding in treating the
neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimers and dementia.
training sessions on the first day of the workshop focused on techniques
used in brain research. The workshop will conclude on the October 4.