Uttarakhand Chapter of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Announced at 'Forensic Eye-2024' National Conference Hosted at SRHU

During the 'Forensic Eye-2024' national conference held at Swami Rama Himalayan University (SRHU), Jolly Grant, a significant milestone was achieved with the announcement of the Uttarakhand Chapter of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. President Dr. Vijay Dhasmana, Vice Chancellor Dr. Rajendra Dobhal, Dr. Vijendra Chauhan, and Dr. Sanjay Das jointly unveiled the souvenir and logo, marking a new era in the advancement of forensic science in the region.

The conference, organized by the Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology at the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences (HIMS), witnessed enthusiastic participation from around two hundred and fifty doctors, experts, and students from across the country. Delving into discussions on advancements and novel techniques in the field of forensic medicine, the workshop served as a platform for knowledge exchange and professional development.

Held at the prestigious Adi Kailash & Chaukhamba Auditorium of SRHU, the workshop commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp and floral tributes in honor of the university's founder, Dr. Swami Rama.

In the opening session, Dr. Vijay Dhasmana, President of SRHU, emphasized the indispensable role of forensic science in medical science, asserting that modern technology has revolutionized the field. Dr. Rajendra Dobhal, Vice Chancellor of SRHU, echoed this sentiment, underscoring the pivotal role of science and technology in expanding the horizons of forensic science. Sharing his vision for the future of forensic medicine and toxicology in India, Dr. Dobhal articulated the importance of such workshops in fostering professional growth and knowledge dissemination.

Dr. Vijendra Chauhan, Director of Academic Development at SRHU, highlighted the evolving techniques in forensic science and emphasized the significance of sharing experiences among practitioners to benefit the upcoming generation. The chairman of the organizing committee, Dr. Sanjay Das, expressed satisfaction with the substantial turnout of over 150 doctors and experts, emphasizing the collaborative spirit of the event.