Udupi: Kasturba Medical college and hospital to host open day programme

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Udupi, May 22: The Department of Medical Genetics at Kasturba Medical college and Hospital, Manipal, renowned for its specialized services in rare genetic disorders, is set to host an 'Open Day' on May 25 between 10 am and 1 pm at Department of Medical Genetics, third floor, Basic Science building, Manipal. The event is designed to familiarize everyone with basic concepts of genetics in health and disease. There are many interactive games and quizzes that will engage audiences of all ages and make it fun and informative.

Kasturba Medical College (KMC) invites students from various institutions to participate in this informative and engaging event. Attendees will also can explore the department's facilities, learn about ongoing research projects of international standards, and interact with experts in the field of medical genetics.

The department of medical genetics at KMC is one of the few centres in India dedicated to providing comprehensive services to patients and families affected by rare genetic conditions. In addition to its clinical services, the department is heavily involved in pioneering research that has garnered international recognition.




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