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Yenepoya University to hold Narco-analysis and Brain Mapping Workshop

Yenepoya University to hold Narco-analysis and Brain Mapping Workshop


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Jan 11, 2017: According to a media information received, Yenepoya University will hold a Narco-analysis and Brain Mapping Medico-legal workshop from 18th January through 20th January, 2017, it is stated.


Yenepoya 11Narco-analysis procedures and techniques, psychological profiling and brain mapping methods, medico-legal issues, public health concerns, human rights and legal validity for evidence generated will be dealt with and deliberated during the workshop. The workshop will be attended by police officials, customs, para-military, defense forces, public health experts, forensic analysts, civil society, journalists, lawyers, enforcement directorate representatives and intelligence officials.


 International collaborators for the workshop are University of Porto, Portugal, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, USA, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Teesside University, UK, The Smile Train, USA, Oxford Gene Technology, UK and the Nobel College and Nobel Hospital Pvt Ltd, Nepal.


The guests who would be coming for the workshop are S. Rajkumar IRS, Chief Commissioner of Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax, Mysore Zone, Shri. M. Chandrashekar, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Mangaluru City, Shri. C. M.Joshi, DK Second Additional and Sessions Judge, Dr. Ravindranath Shanbhag, President, Human rights protection foundation, Udupi District and Prof. James T Antony, Former Dean, Thrissur & Calicut Medical College.


Bonafide participants can contact to register. For more details you may contact Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon, Registrar, Yenepoya University on +91-9810144308.


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Mithun Mathew, Goa Wed, January-11-2017, 4:19
Science and technology is so advanced that nothing is impossible in the field of medicine
Balachandra S, Mangaluru Tue, January-10-2017, 11:06
We will be having this center in our city there is no need to take the criminals especially to other places for Narco Analysis
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