Centre for High Impact Neuroscience and Translational Applications
Neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric diseases represent a major global and growing public health threat. Thus, there is an urgent, unmet need for drug therapies that will prolong and will maintain/improve quality of life. The continued failure to discover new medicines reflects bottlenecks at: (i) pivotal stages of drug development, and (ii) new, interdisciplinary approaches in neuroscience discovery.
We are planning to create a new institute in the area of translational neuroscience. This institute, Centre for High Impact Neuroscience and Translational Applications or CHINTA to be based in TCG CREST, will innovate and deliver an integrated approach to solving the above mentioned, difficult challenges. Key to its success will be a network of experts/partnerships distributed across leading international institutions.
Neurodegenerative and Neuropsychiatric diseases are global public health threats. Absence of interdisciplinary approach is one of the main reason for failure to discover new medicines and therapies to improve the quality of life. The core research area of CHINTA focuses on this translational neuroscience from discovery to delivery.
CHINTA plans to come up with insightful publications based on its researches and experiments, which will broaden the knowledge of the global scientific and medical community and help in coming up with new approaches to translational neuroscience.View All
There is no academic curriculum planned currently. However in near future CHINTA will develop a comprehensive academic program
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As an institution , TCG CREST is especially dedicated to the three Ks: Knowledge Creation, Knowledge Application, and Knowledge Dissemination. The focus is on creating a strong network with highly-reputed knowledge centres throughout the world
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We are currently offering Master's and PhD programme jointly with CMI. We are promoting and fostering academic collaborations and joint projects with CQT. We are participating in joint research programmes with IISER Pune