Research and Development

Research is not an end in itself. Rather, it is obligated to the people and the preservation and improvement of living conditions. The development of new technologies in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, and fundamental jumps of insight through the decoding of the human genome in particular, mean that the medical sciences play a central role in Research & Development.
Our research and development strategy is built on our wish to work in partnership with researchers and achieving the best quality, outcome, and reach. It sets out how we will help to advance care for donors, transfusion, and transplantation patients through our own and others’ projects.
Our research activity works across a range areas. Our key strengths include:

  •  Oncology
  • Haematology
  • Infectious diseases
  • Immunology
  • Hepatology
  • Child health

The support team operate to allow our investigators to use their time well and focus on their main priority of delivering research.
The key research support activities provided are:

  •  Promoting and developing a research culture and working to embed research into normal patient care
  • Setting up studies and making sure they are compliant with Indian law and are conducted to good clinical practice (GCP) guidelines
  • Supporting patients and inviting them to be involved in research