STAFF REPORT LHR: University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr Talat Naseer Pasha has said that the biostatical training workshop will help improve skills and expertise of professionals to publish them in well reputed national as well as international journals.
He expressed these remarks at the recently held three-week biostatical summer research camp on Developing Research Plan and Proposal. The research camp was organised under the Pak-US Science and Technology Project on “Establishing a Biostatistical Consulting Center in Pakistan” in collaboration with UVAS and Jackson State University (USA).
“The training revolved around experimental designs, data collection and analysis methodologies, statistical software training, interpretation of results, manuscript development and grant writing,” explained Dr. H. Anwar Ahmad.
In his remarks, UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr Talat Naseer Pasha termed the workshop a valuable opportunity especially for young researchers as it would help them overcome their deficiencies in project making, research paper and interpretation of research results to determine impact on research animal population as well as human community.
It would help to assess the success of new innovation in applied fields. He termed it as beneficial for the students and capacity building of the young faculty members.