Step into the world of education and gratitude in this blog post. This heartfelt tribute on Teachers’ Day, I’ll introduce you to the incredible mentors who have shaped my academic journey. From the loving wisdom of my grandmother to the inspiring educators during my hostel days to professors and my current mentors at AIIMS. This blog celebrates the individuals who have left an indelible mark on my educational and personal growth. Join me in this nostalgic voyage and celebrate the guiding lights who illuminate our path to knowledge and wisdom.
Prediction is better than cure: prognostication assists in the better clinical management of breast cancer
Jasleen, a young mother of two, had a lump in her breast when she first noticed something wasn’t quite right. Her body suffered as a result of the several therapies she underwent throughout her treatment. Despite the difficulties, Jasleen was committed to fighting the illness, and she had a team of medical experts by her side who gave her the best care. Jasleen finally entered remission following several months of treatment, emerging stronger and more resilient than before. She is an inspiration to anyone experiencing comparable difficulties because of the lessons learned through her journey about the value of early detection, resiliency, and hope.
Long time no blogs! Okay. Let’s have a look at some of the highlights of the year 2022. I started the year with #APaperADay challenge. In January, I completed my long-cherished dream of learning the Gurumukhi Script. Now I can read and write (barring some mistakes) in the Gurumukhi script. Read more…
This blog is a dedication to the scientists who wear out their cold nerdy attire and play puns while communicating science. This is one attempt to highlight their funny articles.
Featured image: Nature
The heartwarming story of rich tribute to his teacher by Prof Salam.
Accumulation of this molecule in aged individuals promotes tumour aggressioness, progression and metastasis
MMA levels are significantly higher in the blood of healthy people aged above 60 that leads them to the characteristics of metastatic cancer cells.
In this #TWiS post, I describe in details the recent efficacy story of the Bharat Biotech and Indian Council of Medical Research – National Institute of Virology COVAXIN based on their recent The Lancet Infectious Diseases paper. This blog summarises the findings of phase 1, 2 trials and the interim analysis of phase 3 trial. Proud to have received the two doses of CAVIXN at AIIMS, New Delhi.
More power to indigenous vaccines working towards Atmanirbhar Bharat.