IntroductionHaematology deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of blood and bone marrow as well as of the immunologic, hemostatic (blood clotting) and vascular systems. Because of the nature of blood, the science of Haematology profoundly affects the understanding of many diseases. The Department of Haematology is an integral part of the pathological sciences division clinical subject at the University of Health Sciences, with a strong interdisciplinary approach, focuses on developing and delivering quality postgraduate and undergraduate programs. The department provides an excellent environment for undergraduate and postgraduate studies, attempts to integrate molecular and cellular approaches to Hematological studies.
- To produce skilled manpower at BS/M. Phil/PhD level in the subject of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine which will subsequently serve the society by diagnosing the Hematological and Blood Transfusion disorders as well as they will be excellent teachers and dedicated researchers.
- They should be able to set new standard in high quality teaching and research in the area of Haematology and Transfusion medicine and they should be able to inculcate world class research culture amongst students and faculty members.
M. Phil/PhD Program:
- The main objective of the M. Phil/PhD Program in Haematology department is to produce a high-quality professional with following outcomes:
- To enhance the basic understanding of the subject so that they can diagnose Hematological disorders.
- To inculcate the utilization of new knowledge and technologies and their adoption according to local conditions.
- To establish effective collaboration with other institutes and research centers for the benefit of the post-graduates to harness new technologies and to increase their vision.
- To enable the post-graduates to present their research findings effectively at National/International forums.
- To pursue higher studies in any international university of high repute.
BS Transfusion Medicine Program:
Teaching Facilities provided by Haematology Department:
Specializations: areas of teaching, training and research:
1) Red cell disorders including
- Nutritional Anemias
2) Benign and malignant white cell disorders
- Myeloproliferative Disorders
3)Stem cell transplantation
4) Hemostasis and coagulation disorders
- Routine coagulation tests
- Haemophilia and other bleeding disorders
5) Transfusion Medicine
Teaching is based on:-
- Journal Club Discussions
- Individual and Group Presentations
- Problem Based Learning (PBL)
- Practical demonstrations and performance by students
- Morphology sessions
Working Facilities provided by Haematology Department:
- The department has a well-equipped laboratory for undergraduate and postgraduate practicals training and research work
- Multimedia for presentations
- Desktop computers and internet for the research and writing of thesis
- Departmental Library
Offered Programs by Haematology Department
Offered Academic Program
BS Transfusion Medicine
M. Phil Haematology
M. Phil MLS (Haematotechnology)
Ph. D Haematology