INTERNATIONAL ONLINE MENTORING COURSES FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH SCIENTISTS

Fellow Biomedical Scientists,

The first step in the mentoring process is for you to obtain the mentoring hand book.

This will be followed by your enrolment into the international online mentoring course on your own research topic or our own research topic .

Further mentoring service will be carried out as you respond to our programmes as advertised in www.forums.authoraid.info, www.researchgate.net or https://www.philipnelsoninstituteofmedicalresearch.wordpress.com, according to your research needs.

I have included your name in my mailing list. I will help you because it is in infectious diseases that the milk is, ie . if you want to get grants and rise fast and that is precisely in TB/HIV. The first step in the mentoring process is for you to obtain the mentoring handbook ie: US$40= only.

This will be sent to your email address on payment by western union money transfer to Philip Ifesinachi Anochie payable in any Nigerian Bank..

This will be followed by your enrolment into the international mentoring course on your own research topic or our own research topic and we follow you along with the project. US$100= only. On payment, I will send you Phd research topics for you to choose from. Also send us your resume.

We charge money and deliver unlike other mentoring plans that are free and do not deliver. They do not deliver not that they cannot deliver but it is because it is free and they see you as a burden. So, our institute is supported by these small donations from satisfied mentees.

Further mentoring service will be carried out as we work on your project up to any level.

Thank you and welcome to our mentoring services.

 

Best Wishes!

Philip Anochie.

Mentoring Administrator,

Philip Nelson Institute of Medical Research.

Https://www.philipnelsoninstituteofmedicalresearch.wordpress.com

 

PNIMR TB/HIV/AIDS MENTORING  PLATFORM

1. PNIMR RESEARCH IN TUBERCULOSIS

•    Operations research on TB.

•    Epidemiology of TB

•    Evaluation of new methods for rapid diagnosis and susceptibility testing.

 (TB drug resistance).

•    Multi-drug resistance surveillance.

 (MDR-TB and  XDR-TB)

 

2. PNIMR HIV/AIDS RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

•    Antiretroviral treatment.

•    Prevalence and management of TB/HIV co-infection.

•    Effect of antiretroviral drugs on HIV patients.

•    Maternal and infant antiretroviral interventions for the prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV infection.

•    Aetiology of sexually transmitted infections and opportunistic infections in HIV and AIDS.

 

 

 

3. INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS

PNIMR seeks partners to effectively develop these research projects as part of the overall strategy to achieve our mission and vision.

PNIMR plans to build on existing partnerships and also focus on creating new partnerships.

There is need for laboratory support and increased human resource capacity development.

In line with PNIMR vision and mission, PNIMR plans to focus on timely dissemination of research findings and capacity building for TB/HIV/AIDS researchers.

 PNIMR works beyond your expectations.

PNIMR researchers are set to accomplish your dreams and aspirations.

CONTACT PNIMR TODAY.

The Mentoring  Administrator,

Philip  Nelson Institute of Medical Research.

11, John Fayemi Close, Akesan Bus stop, LASU- Igando road,

Alimosho Local Government Area, Lagos State, Nigeria.

P . O Box 55601, Falomo, Ikoyi, Lagos 101008, Nigeria, West Africa.

Telephone: +2348173175179, +2348140624643, +2348173175179.

E-mail: philipnelsoninstitute@yahoo.com.

https://www.philipnelsoninstituteofmedicalresearch.wordpress.com

 

INTERNATIONAL ONLINE  MENTORING COURSES FOR BIOMEDICAL SCIENTISTS

                                LIST OF COURSES

COURSE 1: International Mentoring Course on your own research project topic.

COURSE 2: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Molecular Biology in Molecular Microbiology Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 3: International Mentoring Course on how to establish a high quality sachet and bottled drinking water factory in a university using microbiology standards.

COURSE 4: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Mycobacterium tuberculosis genotyping: Genotype analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates in a WHO  Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 5: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Spoligotyping  in a WHO Suparanational  Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 6: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Polymerase Chain Reactions and Reverse Hybridization Assays in a WHO Suparanational  Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

 COURSE 7: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of  GT- Blot 20 Reverse Hybridization Assays in a WHO Suparanational  Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 8: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of BACTEC MGIT 960 TM in a WHO Suparanational  Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 9: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of DNA/RNA  preparation and sequencing  in Molecular Microbiology Reference Laboratory

COURSE 10: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Mycobacterium tuberculosis surveillance  in a WHO Suparanational  Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 11: International Mentoring Course on how to establish a Bibliography Resource Database  of an infectious disease in a developing country.

COURSE 12: International Mentoring Course on how to establish an epidemiological profile of an infectious disease in a developing country.

COURSE 13: International Mentoring Course on how to study medicinal plants with activities to control or cure tuberculosis.

COURSE 14: International Mentoring Course on how to study medicinal plants with activities to control or cure HIV/AIDS.

COURSE 15: International Mentoring Course on how to characterize the drug resistant gene repertoire and resistance mechanisms of the genomic islands of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

COURSE 16: International Mentoring Course on: International Mentoring Course on how to characterize the drug resistant gene repertoire and resistance mechanisms of the genomic islands of  HIV.

COURSE 17: International Mentoring Course on how to determine the genetic diversity and drug resistance in local isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from HIV positive and HIV negative patients.

COURSE 18: International Mentoring Course on Genotype analysis of HIV subtypes in an HIV/AIDS Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 19: International Mentoring Course on how to differentiate Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains in a WHO Suparanational  Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 20: International Mentoring Course on how to genotype rotavirus strains in a Human Virology Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 21: International Mentoring Course on how to establish a national compendium of stakeholders in the control of Infectious Diseases in developing countries.

COURSE  22: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis , Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS in an HIV/AIDS Reference Laboratory.

COURSE  23: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis , Monitoring and Evaluation of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)  in an Clinical Microbiology  Reference Laboratory.

COURSE  24: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis , Monitoring and Evaluation of Opportunistic Infections (OIs)  in a Clinical Microbiology Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 25: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Foundations of Mentoring in Biomedical Research.

COURSE 26: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Conventional Methods used in the Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis, Monitoring and Evaluation of  Tuberculosis (TB), Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and Extensive Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (XDR-TB) in a Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 27: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of Essential Laboratory Preparations required for  the Clinical Molecular Laboratory analysis , Monitoring and Evaluation of  Tuberculosis (TB), Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and Extensive Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (XDR-TB) in a WHO Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 28: International Mentoring Course on the Principles and Protocols of the Molecular Laboratory Genetic Assays  used for the Genotyping of Mycobacterium  tuberculosis (TB), Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and Extensive Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (XDR-TB) in a WHO Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 29: International Mentoring Course on the principles and protocols used in the determination of the structure and function of glycosyl hydrolases in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and its role in virulence.

COURSE 30:  International Mentoring Course on the principles and protocols used in the evaluation of the serodiagnosis of tuberculosis  using glycan –coupled gold nanoparticles, ESAT- 6, CFP- 10 and ELLI genomic antigens derived from Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

COURSE 31: International Mentoring Course on the principles and protocols used in the Comparative investigation of antibiotic resistance , plasmid and B-lactamase production profiles of environmental mycobacteria isolates from different sites.

COURSE 32: International Mentoring Course on the principles and protocols used in the determination of the effect of deletion of LCP genes in Mycobacterium tuberculosis on cell envelope characteristics.

COURSE 33: International Mentoring Course on the use of antiretroviral drugs for Doctors in HIV/AIDS endemic settings.

COURSE 34: International Mentoring Course on the use of antiretroviral drugs for Pharmacists  in HIV/AIDS endemic settings.

COURSE 35: International Mentoring Course on the use of antiretroviral drugs for  Nurses  in HIV/AIDS endemic settings.

COURSE 36: International Mentoring Course  for Doctors on the management,  monitoring and treatment  of  Tuberculosis (TB), Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and Extensive Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (XDR-TB) in a tuberculosis endemic setting.

COURSE 37: International Mentoring Course  for Doctors on the management  and   monitoring  of  HIV/AIDS in an HIV/AIDS  endemic setting.

COURSE 38: International Mentoring Course  on the Establishment of a Tuberculosis Genomics Reference Laboratory.

 COURSE 39: International Mentoring Course  on the Establishment of an HIV/AIDS   Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 40 : International Mentoring Course  on how to conduct multi-drug resistant and extensive drug resistant tuberculosis  survey. (MDRTB/XDRTB Survey).

COURSE  41: International Mentoring Course  on how to write and publish a Scientific paper for Biomedical Research Scientists.

COURSE  42: International Mentoring Course  on how to write a research grant proposal for National and International Funding   for Biomedical Research Scientists.

COURSE  43: International Mentoring Course  on Principles  how to write and publish a Scientific paper for Biomedical Research Scientists.

COURSE  44: International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of Biological Screening of Medicinal Plants for Anti-tuberculosis effects.

COURSE 45:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of determination of Mycobacterium tuberculosis genotypes associated with TB/MDR-TB /XDR- TB in a locality.

COURSE 46:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of determination of rotavirus  genotypes associated with  paediatric gastroenteritis in a locality.

COURSE 47:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of determination of  bacterial, fungi and parasitic infections associated with the etiology and source of nosocomial and non-nosocomial diarrhea in a locality.

COURSE 48:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols  used in conducting prevalence studies on infectious diseases of public health importance in a locality.

COURSE 49: International Mentoring Course  on comparative microbial quality of different brands of sachet and bottled drinking water in a locality.

COURSE  50:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of  plasmid profile and antibiotic sensitivity patterns of environmental mycobacteria from different sites.

COURSE 51:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of  conducting an investigative study of the prevalence and source of rotavirus gastroenteritis in paediatric patients attending a university teaching hospital.

COURSE  52:  International Mentoring Course  on  emergency procedures in case of major biohazard incident outside the biological safety cabinet in a WHO Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 53:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of  preparation of buffers and solutions in a WHO Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 54:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of  BD BBL TM MGIT TM : Mycobacteria growth indicators  in a WHO Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 55:  International Mentoring Course  on the principles and protocols of BACTEC 460 TB radiometric method  in a WHO Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 56:  International Mentoring Course  on the equipment, materials and products used in a WHO Suparanational Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory.

COURSE 57:  International Mentoring Course  on rapid identification of auto-antigens in autoimmune diseases.

COURSE 59:  International Mentoring Course  on the role of the markers of hepatitis B virus in the clinical management of the disease.

And many other research topics.

 

PNIMR works beyond your expectations.

PNIMR researchers are set to accomplish your dreams and aspirations.

CONTACT PNIMR TODAY.

The Mentoring  Administrator,

Philip  Nelson Institute of Medical Research (PNIMR).

11, John Fayemi Close, Akesan Bus stop, LASU- Igando road,

Alimosho Local Government Area, Lagos State, Nigeria.

P . O Box 55601, Falomo, Ikoyi, Lagos 101008, Nigeria, West Africa.

Telephone: +2348173175179, +2348140624643, +2348173175179.

E-mail: philipnelsoninstitute@yahoo.com.

https://www.philipnelsoninstituteofmedicalresearch.wordpress.com