SU organizes webinar on career opportunities for Physiologists, Canadian scholar shares insights

Clinical physiologists and viral physiologists work in hospitals, medical science, laboratories, health care centers, universities, medical and dental schools, private or government research centers, pharmaceutical companies, and the biotechnology industry.

This said Prof. Dr. Naveed Syed, a renowned Neuro-science expert and Director/Chief Scientific Officer, Calgary University, Canada in his virtual talk on the topic ” Careers in Physiology/ MLT”, organized by SU Department of Physiology in collaboration with Bureau of Students Tutorial Guidance/Counseling Services and Co-curricular Activities (STAGS); broadcast live via official Facebook page of the Bureau of STAGS.

” The role of Physiologists has come to be more central in the wake of COVID-19 when the world pathological laboratories have started receiving a flood of blood samples to examine for the Virus. This has led to phenomenal job openings for Physiology graduates”, Dr. Syed said.

The learned speaker said he had invented a chip that had turned out to be extremely useful in brain-based ailments.

SU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat was supposed to chair the webinar but he could not do so on account of an uncalled for official exigency. Yet, in his telephonic message, Dr. Burfat welcomed the erudite speaker to the Varsity, thanked him for his time and cooperation, and appreciated the efforts of Prof. Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Laghari towards organizing the event.

Chairman SU Department of Physiology and the event host, Prof. Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Laghari in his welcome note thanked the Vice Chancellor for his constant support in all academic and administrative aspects.

Dean Faculty of Natural Sciences Prof. Dr. Abdul Rasool Abbasi tendered a vote of thanks.

A sizeable number of the relevant audiences viewed the program proceedings and enormously benefitted from the webinar interaction