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Sr No Name and Photograph Qualifications & Current Job Fellowship Period Centre of training Comments about utility in the clinical practice Future Plans
1 Dr.Sheena.P.Kochumon

MBBS,DCH, MD(Paediatrics), Fellowship in Paediatric Genetics

01.01.2019 To 31.03.2019

SAT Hospital & Genetic Lab CDC, GOVT.Medical college , Thiruvanathapur am I am truly grateful to SIAMG –GENZYME Team for bestowing me this prestigious fellowship Award. I am so fortunate to complete my training under the guidance of Prof Dr SANKAR Sir, who is a Pioneer in the field of Medical Genetics in Kerala. The systematic approach to various Genetic cases definitely improved my clinical skill in Phenotype - Genotype correlation.The training program helped me a lot to achieve my confidence in providing Genetic Counseling including Pre –conceptional and Prenatal sessions. Our Genetics lab team at CDC -Dr Shanthi,Anu and Remya also encouraged me in learning Cytogenetics and Molecular techniques.I would definitely suggest my co lleagues to take up this fellowship program.

I would like to conduct awareness sessions at the grassroot level in the diagnosis and management of genetic conditions.Also wish to initate preventive measures by offering Prenatal diagnosis to every possible cases.

             
2 Dr. Komal Uppal

MBBS, DCH, DNB Paediatrics

01st July 2018 to 30th October 2018

NIMS, Hyderabad I am grateful to my Institute KIMS Narkatpally and the HOD of Paediatrics Dr. Suresh Thomas for giving me the permission to do this fellowship programme at NIMS, Hyderabad. The Department has very much dedicated faculty – Dr. Prajnya, Dr. Shagun and Dr. Dhanya. From the very first day of the Course the learning process starts. Many cases which I read there only in Textbooks, during the course I got the opportunity to see those cases also. There is diversity of cases in the OPD which enriches the Medical knowledge and helps to gain experience in Genetic disorders. I also gained experience in the most toughest part of the Medical Genetics, the Genetic counselling during the course. I also got a chance to take part in fetal autopsy and academic activities like case presentation, journal club and seminars. During the course I got exposure to the lab procedures at CDFD under Dr. Ashwin. Thanks to everyone for giving support in guiding how to approach the patients of genetic disorders.

Thanks to all the Residents in the Department who helped me a lot.

Plan to join Medical Genetics Department to explore this field further.

             
3 Dr Geetanjli Behl

M.B.B.S,D.G.O, D.N.B,Fellowship, In fetal medicine Fetal medicine Consultant

1/11/2017-31/1/2018

SGPGI Lucknow It was a great pleasure to work in the genetic department of SGPGI Every day it was a combo of dealing with variety of cases,their diagnosis and management,high risk antenatal Ultrasound, counseling, invasive Procedures as well as laboratory Exposure of different genetic tests. Course was very helpful to understand The basic concepts of genetics,diagnosis And management of common as well as rare genetic disorders ,appropriate use of different genetic tests and their inter pretation and genetic association of various antenatally detected anomalies ,recurrent abortion and infertility. I want to give my special regards to Dr shubha phadke mam for her valuable guidance and affectionate behaviour.I am also thankful to Dr kausik Mandal , Dr Deepti and all my co-fellows For their cooperation and help.Thanks to SIAMG GENZYME and Dr Shagun for providing me this opportunity.

Use of information gathered during this course in improving my clinical skill and abilitites to work as a fetal medicine specialist.

             
4 JETA Y. BUCH

MBBS (BJMC, AHMEDABAD) [2005- 2010] MD (DERMATOLOGY) (NHL MUNICIPAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, AHMEDABAD) [2012 – 2015] FELLOWSHIP IN PAEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY (AIMS, THRISSUR) [2015-2016]

15/11/2018 – 15/2/2019

NIMS/CDFD, HYDERABAD At the outset, I'm grateful to Dr. Shagun and the entire SIAMG committee for going out of the way to consider my application.

1) It's a unique initiative with a noble intention. Every day was a very enriching learning experience. OPD was a visual treat as I had the chance to see many exotic cases just mentioned as a rare entity in textbooks.

2)The course enables a clinician to develop a systematic approach to an inherited disorder and draw a definite conclusion on the basis of key clinical features. I got a chance to participate in foetal autopsy equipping me to identify dysmorphic features, lab exposure at CDFD gave me an insight into the various available tests. Also had the exposure of telemeet conducted in the second week of every month.

3)Extremely grateful to the very friendly residents Dr. Surya, Dr. Gayatri, Dr. Laxmi, Dr. Mallikarjun and Dr. Priya for teaching me the basic approach ie History taking, clinical examination, interpreting the reports, helping me deal with the patients and clearing my doubts every day.

4)My sincere gratitude to dedicated mentors Dr. Prajyna, Dr. Shagun, Dr. Dhanya and Dr. Ashwin for taking due interest and guiding me throughout. The discussion during OPD and seminars gave me a better practical understanding of genodermatoses. The experience gained thus enhanced my acumen in this field.

Would recommend this fellowship to be of longer duration and open for clinicians of all specialities.

To increase the awareness of the availability of genetic testing and its application in prenatal diagnosis to reduce the burden of the disease.

To create a network amongst dermatologists (paediatric in particular) and geneticists for a more integrated and comprehensive approach to orphan diseases

             
5 Rabindran Chandran

MBBS, MD (PAEDIATRICS) DNB (NEONATOLOGY) Consultant Neonatologist

3rd July 2017 - 9th October 2017

CMC VELLORE I am thankful to Dr.Shagun and SIAMG- GENZYME for this wonderful opportunity. I am grateful to Dr. Sumita Danda and Dr.Gautham Arunachal for their valuable guidance throughout the course.

During Genetic counselling sessions, I felt helpful in sharing the pain of parents and giving hope for subsequent healthy pregnancies. This training stimulated me to work for the needy. I acquired basic skills like interpreting neurochemical diagnostic results and metabolic errors. It has strengthened my confidence in approaching genetic disorders. I have carried out Out-patient and In-patient referals with a sense of responsibility. I also sought every oppurtunity to interact with junior and senior collegues to further my learning process by attending various academic activities like clinical meetings, group discussions and interdepartmental debates.

This training helped me to develop the confidence and skills in managing varied genetic disorders. It also enhanced my acumen and readiness to handle difficult diagnostic situations demanding detailed analysis. I developed the qualities of patience, hard work and perseverance during the training and sharpened my skills in effective counselling with honesty and empathy for the parents. I acquired the passion for genetics with human values of sharing the joy and pain of the parents being supportive to them even at odd times.

After acquiring the training in Genetics possessing sufficient related skills, I look forward to achieve my goal of offering the best medical treatment to the young sufferers particularly the newborns.

             
6 Dr. Sreelakshmi KN

MSOBG), DNB, FICOG

3 months, 01.04.2018 to 30.06.2018

Kasturba Medical College, Manipal After fellowship for a period of 3 months, I am able to confidently diagnose whether this is genetic or nongenetic condition. This will definitely improve my ultrasound skills and counselling.

I would like to incorporate genetic counselling as part of my prenatal diagnosis.

             
7 Dr. Suvarna Ghansham Magar

MBBS,DCH, DNB pediatrics, Asst. Professor , department of Pediatrics, MGM Medical College, Auranagabad, Maharashtra

1st November 2017 to 31st January 2018

Nizam's Institute of medical sciences, Punjagutta, Hyderabad, telangana. It was a very enriching experience to work at NIMS in genetics. I saw a huge number and variety of genetic cases , got to learn from basics to advances in genetics. The faculties at NIMS Dr Prajnya R., Dr. Shagun Agarwal Dr. Ashwin Dalal sir, Dr. Dhanya were best teachers I have met so far. The PG students DR. kartik,Dr. Vijaya, Dr. Surya, Dr.gayatri and Dr laxmi were really helpful to me in studies and even otherwise. I Got me friends for life. I have started once a week pediatric genetic OPD and I see that my diagnostic ability is much more increased and genetic counseling is definitely helping the patients. Wants to work in this field further

Set up Pediatric genetic OPD and dedicate my work life to Genetics

             
8 Dr Nupur Shah

MS (OBGYN), Fellow in Fetal medicine (ACFM-FMF,UK), Fellow in Medical Genetics

Jan to March 2018

Gangaramm hospital, New Delhi Genetics, fetal medicine, postnatal correlation and laboratory techniques, each form an important pillar over which the grand idea of delivering healthy babies stand. Being a fetal medicine person, this fellowship in genetics was indeed helpful to build up the remaining pillars. It provided an insight to variety of genetic disorders in pre and postnatal conditions, a plethora of neuromuscular, metabolic , hematologic(esp thalassaemia) and developmental disorders and an exposure to infertility, reproductive and cancer genetics as well as the emerging genetic therapies. I also had an opportunity to understand the application of bioinformatics and the laboratory techniques during my tenure. It was pleasure and privilege working under Dr I C verma, Dr Ratna Puri and Dr Sunita Bijarnia . I am grateful to Dr Shagun , Dr Ashwin Dalal and Genzyme for choosing me for the fellowship.

Apply and incorporate this knowledge for better PRENATAL diagnosis of genetic disorders and syndromes, better pre-post correlation, better diagnosis and care of the affected.

             
9 Dr Sweta Singla

MBBS, MD Medicine, DM Neurology

July - September 2018

Institute of Medical Genetics and Genomics - GRIPMER / Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Due to lack of understanding about the subject, Genetics or may I say Genomics is presently misunderstood topic especially for people who are not in direct touch with the subject. Most of us from clinical branches have very little idea about the Genomics and how that can help understand disease pathology in our respective fields. In this short period of 3 months, I have realised that the clinical work should have a genomic correlation especially in Neurology where a big number of disorders have a genetic basis. Even-though many of the disease might be having polygenic inheritance so may have much complexities to their etiopathogenesis but an attempt to understand those complexities might be our first step to solve them and provide clinically relevant solutions.

At present, I am joining my previous duties. I aim to continue studying neurogenetics in some form and to get more doctors interested in this topic.

             
10 Nishant Rathod

MBBS , DNB( Peds), Fellowship in Pediatric Neurology & Epilepsy

3 months - April to June

SGPGI, Lucknow Though being a neurologist I am quite familiar with genetics tests used now a days , these 3 months training gave me a detailed idea of it . It will help me understand the diseases in a better way & ultimately help me become a good neuropediatrician .I am very much thankful to Dr Shubhama'am for giving me this opportunity.

Planning to join pediatric Neurology department at Hinduja Hospital , Mumbai.

             
11 Dr. Suvarna Ghansham Magar

MBBS,DCH, DNB pediatrics, Asst. Professor , department of Pediatrics, MGM Medical College, Auranagabad, Maharashtra

1st November 2017 to 31st January 2018

Nizam's Institute of medical sciences, Punjagutta, Hyderabad, telangana. It was a very enriching experience to work at NIMS in genetics. I saw a huge number and variety of genetic cases , got to learn from basics to advances in genetics. The faculties at NIMS Dr Prajnya R., Dr. Shagun Agarwal Dr. Ashwin Dalal sir, Dr. Dhanya were best teachers I have met so far. The PG students DR. kartik,Dr. Vijaya, Dr. Surya, Dr.gayatri and Dr laxmi were really helpful to me in studies and even otherwise. I Got me friends for life. I have started once a week pediatric genetic OPD and I see that my diagnostic ability is much more increased and genetic counseling is definitely helping the patients. Wants to work in this field further

Set up Pediatric genetic OPD and dedicate my work life to Genetics

             
12 Dr Sarah Bailur

Paediatric Genetecist( Mbbs, DNB Paed, Fel Clinical Genetics)

16 July 2017 to 16 OCT 2017

NIMS Hyderabad The fellowship at NIMS has been very useful as it got me a lot of exposure to various genetic diseases . I also was enriched by the teachings received by Dr Prajnya and Dr Shagun. The academics at NIMS was not only good, but also very disciplined, enabling students to learn well. Approach to many genetic disorders has become much more clearer to me. I was also fortunate to attend the molecular genetics workshop conducted at CDFD which was very informative.

I plan to study and work in the field of Genetics, bring newer therapies to our country and contribute in the field of research.

             
13 Rabindran Chandran

MBBS, MD (PAEDIATRICS) DNB (NEONATOLOGY) Consultant Neonatologist

3rd July 2017 - 9th October 2017

CMC VELLORE I am thankful to Dr.Shagun and SIAMG- GENZYME for this wonderful opportunity. I am grateful to Dr. Sumita Danda and Dr.Gautham Arunachal for their valuable guidance throughout the course.
During Genetic counselling sessions, I felt helpful in sharing the pain of parents and giving hope for subsequent healthy pregnancies. This training stimulated me to work for the needy. I acquired basic skills like interpreting neurochemical diagnostic results and metabolic errors. It has strengthened my confidence in approaching genetic disorders. I have carried out Out-patient and In-patient referals with a sense of responsibility. I also sought every oppurtunity to interact with junior and senior collegues to further my learning process by attending various academic activities like clinical meetings, group discussions and interdepartmental debates. This training helped me to develop the confidence and skills in managing varied genetic disorders. It also enhanced my acumen and readiness to handle difficult diagnostic situations demanding detailed analysis. I developed the qualities of patience, hard work and perseverance during the training and sharpened my skills in effective counselling with honesty and empathy for the parents. I acquired the passion for genetics with human values of sharing the joy and pain of the parents being supportive to them even at odd times.

After acquiring the training in Genetics possessing sufficient related skills, I look forward to achieve my goal of offering the best medical treatment to the young sufferers particularly the newborns.

             
14 Dr Shweta Sikarwar

M S (O &G), Fellow in Fetal Medicine

22Feb2016 to 21May2016

Dept of Medical Genetics, SGPGIMS ,Lucknow I consider myself fortunate for having had this opportunity for learning .The fellowship gave a better approach and insight into dealing with genetic diseases in both prenatal cases and children.The caseload in terms of OPD and the variety of cases was huge , as was the opportunity of working directly under the guidance of Dr Shubha R Phadke. The fellowship included the unique combination of hands on OPD, USG,Prenatal procedures like amnio, CVS ,IUT ,fetal autopsy,lab ( karyotyping, microarray,MLPA) and counselling part of the affected patients and parents. The knowledge gained is very useful in the field of fetal medicine and better equips a clinician in dealing with a case right from selecting the appropriate procedure till the counselling part.I would like to thank the SIAMG for making this a very positive experience.

Incorporating more molecular methods in prenatal detection of genetic diseases and syndromes.

             
15 Dr. Rita Panyang Kataki

MBBS , MD (Pediatrics)
Asistant Professor Department of Pediatrics, Assam Medical College , Dibrugarh , Assam

2nd November 2015 to 1ST February 2016

Department of Medical Genetics Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences Lucknow Training is very practical oriented . Learned about approach to a patient with genetic disorder and genetic counseling of families with genetic diseases. Also have practical knowledge on laboratory test i.e : karyotyping, Mutation analysis by sequencing, MLPA and microarray. Now I am quite confident when I see a patient with genetic disorder regarding counseling and what investigation to be send.

Presently Running OPD Every Tuesday for pediatrics patient. In future include the adult with genetic disease, specially women with RSA, Primary amenorrhorea and previous child with genetic disease.

             
16 Dr. Prathiba

MBBS,MD PAEDIATRICS(RRMCH,BANGALORE)

3 months( October-1st -2015 TO January- 1st  - 2016

NIMS, CDFD

 I am grateful to my institution - RRMCH, Bangalore and Dr.Adarsh, the HOD of Pediatrics, for having   given me the permission to do this fellowship program. My heartfelt thanks to SIAMG-GENZYME for conducting this unique program which enriches medical knowledge and  helps to gain experience in medical genetics.

I recently had an opportunity to attend the 14th ICMR medical genetics course which was a great experience, but my curiosity did not stop there ... At end of the course, I heard about the fellowship program. And hence, enrolled in it at NIMS, Hyderabad.

The NIMS medical genetic department has excellent and dedicated consultants - Dr. Prajnya and Dr. Shagun.

There is a diversity of cases presented to the OPD  from the different  parts of India. Many patients have visited many places to arrive at a diagnosis; this center helped those patients. With an advancing medical field in India, many investigations are now available. Interpretation of the investigation results make difference in the patient's demeanor.
Many cases which we might have read and seen in the textbook or have heard from colleagues, we get the opportunity to see on a first hand basis.

This course helps in the approach of rare diseases and of inherited diseases. It also teaches us the importance of premarital, prenatal and preimplantation diagnosis and newborn screening.

The learning process started from the first day, where there was importance of detailed history taking, careful examination and arriving at a probable diagnosis. The tough part initially was counseling the patient and trying to make them understand the disease. The treatment of many of these diseases are still in the research phase. These needed an extended counseling to patients. In this courses I got chance to take part in fetal autopsy and see the malformations, which I had only read about.
In addition to routine teaching while seeing the patient, there are case presentations, journal clubs and seminars. However it does not end here, telemedicine is done every month.

The course provided exposure to the lab at CDFD. Dr. Ashwin sir, helped me in the interpretation of investigation reports.

Two friendly residents- Dr. Karthik and Dr. Vijayalakshmi, also helped me a lot.

Overall it is great course, allowing me to take home many new concepts, knowledge and profound confidence.

I plan to do more fetal autopsy and will continue to help pediatric patients especially the genetically based ones.

             
17 Dr. Diksha Shirodkar

MBBS,MD PAEDIATRICS(GOA)

3 months( July-11th-2015 TO October- 10th - 2015

NIMS, CDFD

This fellowship has been memorable. The case load, rare diseases, observing different clues to syndromes, prenatal testing and the teaching by the consultants has been remarkable. Genetics for me prior to this course was a sentence which we wrote in the opd case papers of patients "REFER TO HIGHER CENTRE FOR GENETIC EVALUATION". Now I can go back to say I have tested the waters of this field , obviously not entirely, but atleast a bit. Would recommend this fellowship to be of longer duration. My Learning curve did experience an exponential rise.

Would want to explore this field further.
             
18 Dr N Gayatri

MBBS DGO, DNB.

1st Feb to 31st April 2015

NIMS, CDFD

It is a great opportunity given by Genzyme -SIAMG to undergo fellowship in medical genetics. This helps how to approach inherited disorders. The genetic disorders that I have seen in 3 months, their prenatal diagnosis, counselling have enhanced my counselling capacity. Helps in improving quality of life.

To increase awareness of clinical genetics and its importance. If possible to do DNB medical genetics
             
10 Dr. Subapriya K

MS (O&G). Fellow in Fetal Medicine.  Fellow in Genetics.

Fetal Medicine Consultant

  SGPGIMS, Lucknow

Knowledge of Dysmorphology and Genetics makes Fetal Medicine complete. I have started fetal autopsy unit in my center.  Genetics is extensive. But basic knowledge about cytogenetics and molecular diagnosis has definitely enhanced my counseling.

Increase the awareness and importance of genetics and prenatal diagnosis.
             
19 Dr. Sony

M.D.(Gen Med);PDF(Endo)
PG Tutor

Dept of Clinical Genetics CMC,Vellore
Oct1, 2013-December31, 2013 SGPGIMS

It was indeed a great honour and opportunity bestowed on me by SIAMG-GENZYME to undergo fellowship training in the field of Medical Genetics at Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, India. Medical genetics department at SGPGIMS provides a very pleasant and friendly learning environment where the rarest genetics problems are addressed.
Though the time spent at SGPGIMS was very short, every day was a new and exciting learning experience. The morning sessions, Journal club, paper reading, case discussions etc. were very informative. Not only did I learn to diagnose, plan and treat but also gained a lot of insight on approaching patients and their problems gently and methodically. I gained hands on experience in molecular genetics testing techniques and interpretation of the results.
I am extremely grateful to all the dedicated, talented and friendly members of the Medical Genetics department for all their significant contribution to my learning. My sincere gratitude to Dr. Shubha Phadke, Head of the Medical Genetics Department for her support and guidance. The department has all the potentials to continue to excel in the field of medical genetics.
I am also thankful to SIAMG Secretary Dr.Ashwin Dalal for timely help and Dr.Sumita Danda, Professor and Head of the department of Clinical Genetics, Christian Medical College, Vellore for her guidance & encouragement.

 I am grateful to SIAMG-GENZYME for the opportunity given to enrich knowledge, sharpen skills and gain experience in Medical Genetics. 

To work in areas of
Clinical Genetics/Metabolic
Genetics/Molecular endocrinology

             
20 Dr Karthik Bharadwaj MD Paediatrics September 1 – November 30 NIMS/CDFD I would recommend it for any clinician who wants to improve his/her clinical skills and academics.  The range of genetic conditions that I could see in the past 3 months has been simply amazing. This fellowship in clinical genetics gave me a birds eye view of what to expect from a career in medical genetics. Even if one is not interested in pursue a career in medical genetics, this fellowship helps you to refine and redefine your approach to inherited disorders. I believe this would be particularly useful to paediatricians, obstetricians, neurologists, endocrinologists and general physicians in their daily practice. DM or DNB in Medical Genetics hopefully
             
21 Dr Kundan Mittal

MD, PGDMLS, MBA, FPCC, FIAP, FNNF, FCCM, FICCM

Professor in Pediatrics, Pt. B D Sharma, PGIMS, Rohtak-Haryana

November1/2014
To

Jan 31/2015
Department of Medical Genetics, SGPGIMS, Lucknow Our college see lot of patients with genetic disorders and as we know many diseases have genetic basis. Having this service in the institution will enhance the patient care, diagnostics and counsel about future prognosis or outcome. This will add in improving the quality of life. SGPGIMS is one of best centre in India to offer such hand on training. We have plan to start genetic services in our institution. We have specialist in  cytogenetics  in our institution. A good team will offer better services in relation to genetics and molecular diagnostics.
             
22 Dr Spurthi Chitta MBBS, FAAP, ABP(USA) 3 months( November 16th 2014 - February 15th 2015) NIMS CDFD Knowledge of Medical genetics through this fellowship program would definitely be an asset to practicing Pediatricians. As a pediatrician one would be equipped to identify dysmorphic features in patients, learn about available investigations and treatments with appropriate referrals as would be deemed necessary.  
             
23 Dr. Abha Shalya MS OBGY, private practice 1st September to 31st December SGPGI, LUCKNOW I am planning to do private practice as a medical geneticist and fetal therapist and this fellowship has helped me a lot. It improved my knowledge on clinical syndrome and approach to diagnosis and has also observed good number of TIFA and invasive procedures. The genetic lab exposure was also helpful to learn Karyn type and QfPCR  
             
24 Dr SAMEER BHATIA MBBS, MD (PAEDIATRICS), PAEDIATRICIAN 15 NOV 2016 TO 14 FEB 2017 SIR GANGA RAM HOSPITAL, NEW DELHI 03 MONTHS EXPERIENCE UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF PROF I C VERMA SIR WAS LIKE A DREAM REALISED. Dr I C VERMA SIR IS AN OCEAN OF KNOWLEDGE AND EVEN IF I WAS ABLE TO ADSORB ONLY FEW DROPS, I BELIEVE MY TRAINING HAS BEEN PRODUCTIVE AND SUCCESSFUL. THE MODEST APPROACH TO PATIENT CARE AND PRACTICAL TIPS GIVEN BY Dr RATNA PURI WILL CONTINUE TO GUIDE ME FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. I HAVE ALSO BEEN LUCKY TO LEARN ABOUT THE COMPLEX METABOLIC DISORDERS UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF Dr SUNITA BIJARNIA MAHAY. I FEEL PRIVILEGED TO HAVE WITNESSED SUCH COMPASSIONATE PATIENT CARE IN THE LEADING CENTRE FOR GENETICS AND GENOMICS IN THE COUNTRY. UTILISE THE TRAINIG IN CLINICAL SCENARIO. SPREAD AWARENESS OF THE AVAILABILITY OF VARIOUS GENETIC TESTING AND THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES AVAILABLE IN OUR COUNTRY ACT AS RESOURCE PERSON FOR THE SAME
             
25 Dr. Nisha. M MBBS, MD (Paediatrics), Fellowship in Paediatric Genetics. 1/1/17 to 31/3/17 SAT Hospital and Genetic Lab, CDC, Govt. Medical College , Trivandrum,Kerala. The fellowship program was very useful. I had a great opportunity of working with Dr. Sankar and his excellent lab team. I have seen many rare interesting clinical cases in the genetic clinic. Also met with many difficult Counseling scenarios, antenatal cases, pre and post test counseling. As I have done fellowship in pediatric Genetics earlier, this training gave me an opportunity to have a hands on experience in Karyotyping, DNA isolation, PCR and in depth knowledge of mutation analysis by sequencing. Also I was able to clarify many of my lab related doubts with the excellent genetic lab team. I presented poster in "Manipal Genetics Update on Genetic Counseling ", March 3rd & 4th , 2017, which won the first prize. I am grateful to Genzyme, SIAMG for having given me this great opportunity. To work more in the field of genetics. To increase the awareness of genetic diseases among public and provide proper genetic counseling.
 
 
 
     
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