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Task Force Young Scientists Social Network

Published: Friday, December 19, 2014





Message from Chair Desk

"IFCC-Task force Young Scientists Social Network"

International Federation of Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) has assembled Task Force Young Scientists (TF-YS) to ensure that young scientists make a significant and growing contribution to the activities of IFCC and other National programmes. Thus, IFCC-TF YS is devoted to prepare young scientists with ongoing changes in laboratory medicine and healthcare practices. The specific objectives were identified as Networking, Training, Participation & Multidisciplinary exchanges of different fields & different ideas.

We are the excellent team of Members representing more than 20 countries and working towards achieving strong global networking through various social media modes, initiating educational, training programmes, importantly participation from all the sectors.

In global world networking is important to prepare our future and the future of Laboratory Medicine. Amongst the objectives of the TF-YS is to use modern information technology to establish formal and informal networks to facilitate the communication between young scientists who are involved in laboratory medicine, and to encourage young scientists to share experience of laboratory medicine and other healthcare practice around the world.
Kindly visit TFYS webpages for more information and to learn more about the objectives and activities.  IFCC-TFYS invites all young laboratorians from Laboartory Medicine for participation & joining our Social Media groups to be part of the TF-YS community.


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Dr.Pradeep Kumar Dabla
Assistant Professor & Head
Department of Biochemistry
Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalya
Pediatric Superspeciality Hospital
(Associated to Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi)
Geeta Colony, Delhi-110031, India, Ph: 9868524455

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