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IRPC Global Forum

Dr. Thomas Koilparampil

Chief International Co-ordinator: Dr. Thomas Koilparampil MD, DMRT, DIM, DPR
T. C. 13/1606(1),
Burma Road, Medical College P.O.,
Trivandrum, Kerala, INDIA. Pin – 695011
Telephone: +91 98470 65370
E-mail : thomaskoilparampil@gmail.com

 

GLOBAL SCIENTISTS FORUM

 Global Scientists Forum is a functional multi-specialty scientific body in science and medicine constituted by eminent scientists, doctors, scholars, academicians and researchers of international repute and having outstanding achievements. This global unity will provide a unique forum for interaction, mutual assistance and collaboration for implementing research projects and developmental activities with a view to foster cooperation among the scientists in the world. Thus an easy transfer of knowledge and resources is possible, which can be used for the benefit of the scientists themselves and for the humanity as a whole irrespective of existing inequalities in wealth as well as knowledge and by crossing geographical boundaries.

IRPC identified the need to develop a network of eminent doctors, scientists, researchers and scholars internationally. A researcher or an institution may be lacking one important facility or research material, which may be abundance in another institution or with another researcher. The researchers can upload their curriculum vitae, areas of research interest, research requirements, research activities intended to pursue in future, details of the facilities available in their parent institutions etc. under the global scientists forum and register their names.

IRPC welcomes the members of the global scientists forum to communicate with each other and to discuss the research programs and requirements. Priority is given to the following areas:

  1. Collaborative research projects.
  2. Technology-transfer programs.
  3. Continuing education programs.
  4. Inviting experts for delivering speeches in conferences, workshops etc..
  5. Visiting academic and research institutions.
  6. Seeking funding assistance for research purpose.
  7. Arranging research placements and observer-ship programs.
  8. Organizing sabbatical occasions usefully.
  9. Medical consultation and video conferencing by the members.
  10. Organizing social gatherings and get-togethers.
  11. Combining research and recreation for better living.

IRPC greatly appreciates the members to encourage their colleagues and friends to become part of this network and expand the global scientists forum for the benefit of the humanity.

Chapter Highlights

  • Australian Chapter:- Dr Pam McGrath and her team, International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research (IPP-SHR), have worked closely with IRPC on a range of research projects.
  • Australian Chapter:- Hamish Holewa, IPP-SHR has contributed to the development of IRPC's journal, the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer, a HERDC recognised, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary cancer journal.
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