International Symposium on 

Recent Advances in Comparative Endocrinology

ISRACE 2017

November 29 to December 1, 2017

Organized by 

Department of Zoology

Madras Christian College (Autonomous)

UGC – College with Potential for Excellence

Tambaram, Chennai 600059, India

In association withIndian Society for Comparative Endocrinology

 

Invitation:

It is our great pleasure and privilege to announce that the International Symposium on Recent Advances in Comparative Endocrinology is being organized in Madras Christian College in association with Indian Society for Comparative Endocrinology in Chennai, India during November 29 to December 1, 2017.

Madras Christian College (Autonomous) is a well known academic centre in south India and it hold the status of UGC – College for Potential for Excellence. It ranked within top 10 colleges in India. MCC traces its origin from 1837 and raised many leaders and eminent personalities. MCC is serving the society with a motive of academic excellence, spiritual vitality and social relevance. The Department of Zoology is a pioneering centre in South India to evolve the strong foundation in Applied and Economic Entomology, Animal Behaviour, Environmental studies, Taxonomy and Endocrinology. The Department has been recognized by various funding agencies include DST-FIST, MoES, CSIR, UGC, DBT, UBCHEA, InterNICHE, ICAR and MoEF.

Indian Society for Comparative Endocrinology (ISCE) is the member of International Federation of Comparative Endocrinology Societies (IFCES)with members of scientists and research workers in the field of comparative Endorcinology.  ISCE organizes the regular meeting of scientists and workshops for young researchers once in every two years. It gives a unique platform to encourage, identify and recognize the achievements of Indian researchers. More particularly, the youngsters are given opportunity to present their work and to interact with senior scientists to find new ideas. Earlier meetings were noteworthy to mention its contribution to the field of comparative endocrinology.

We, the Department of Zoology welcome you to participate in the significant international event to be held Madras Christian College, Chennai.

Organizers of ‘ISRACE 2017’

Organizing Committee:

ISCE Executive Council/National Committee:

Dr. Aparna Dutta Gupta - President

Dr. Iqbal Parwez – Vice President

Dr. Bechan Lal – General Secretary

Dr. Subhash Peter – Joint Secretary

Dr. Pankaj Kumar – Treasurer

Dr. C.M. Chaturvedi 

Dr. Panchanan Nath 

Dr. R. Moses Inbaraj

Dr. A.G. Jadhao

Dr. Sudipto Maitra

Dr. Maya Shedpure

Dr. P.S. Singru

Dr. C.C. Sudhakumari

Dr. N.K. Subhedar

 

Local Organizers:

Dr. R.W. Alexander Jesudasan – Principal & Patron

Dr. D. Arul Samraj – Chairman

Dr. R. Moses Inbaraj – Organizing Secretary

Dr. Manu Thomas Mathai – Treasurer

Dr. Ann Stevens

Dr. R. Raveen

Dr. C. Joycee Priyakumari

Dr. Ananthi Rachel Livingstone

Dr. J. Logamanya Tilak

Dr. Allen J. Freddy

Dr. Samuel Tennyson

Mrs. Adline Jennefa Daniel

Mrs. P. Lalitha Lavanya

 

 

Themes and Scientific Sessions:

Comparative Endocrinology in 21st Century

“Hormones coordinate physiology and behaviour of populations of organisms, and thus play key roles in determining the structure of populations, communities, and ecosystems. The field of endocrinology is concerned with the study of hormones and their actions. The field is rooted in the comparative study of hormones in diverse species, which has provided the foundation for the modern fields of evolutionary, environmental, and biomedical endocrinology. Comparative endocrinologists work at the cutting edge of the life sciences. They identify new hormones, hormone receptors and mechanisms of hormone action applicable to diverse species, including humans; study the impact of habitat destruction, pollution, and climatic change on populations of organisms; establish novel model systems for studying hormones and their functions; and their functions; and develop new genetic strains and husbandry practices for efficient production of animal protein. While the model system approach has dominated biomedical research in recent years, and has provided extraordinary insight into many basic cellular and molecular processes, this approach is limited to investigating a small minority of organisms. Animals exhibit tremendous diversity in form and function, life-history strategies, and responses to the environment. A major challenge for life scientists in the 21st Century is to understand how a changing environment impacts all life on earth. A full understanding of the capabilities of organisms to respond to environmental variation, and the resilience of organisms challenged by environmental changes and extremes, is necessary for understanding the impact of pollution and climatic change on the viability of populations.”......Robert et al., 2009 

 Scientific Sessions

  • Neuroendocrinology
  • Hormonal Regulation of Reproduction
  • Endocrine Control of Metabolism
  • Neurosteroids and Neuropeptides
  • Hormonal Mimics and its action
  • Genetic control of hormones
  • Mechanical action of hormones
  • Growth and differentiation
  • Sex determination
  • Immunological Integration
  • Pheromones
  • Biorhythms and Behavioural Endocrinology
  • Molecular endocrinology
  • Hormonal regulations in invertebrates
  • Other related subjects of comparative endocrinology.

Registration

Registration is required for the participation in the symposium. The registration need to be done through online submission of registration form. 

Registration fees for Indian Delegates (Before 31st August 2017):

Faculty members/Scientists - Rs. 4500/- 

Students - Rs. 3000/-

Non-stipendiary students - Rs. 2000/-

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Registration fees for Foreign delegates (Before 31st August 2017):

Faculty members/Scientists - US$ 450

Students - US$ 300

Accompanying person - US$ 300

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The registration fee can be paid through the above respective payment links for Indian and Foreign delegates from your bank account or through any payment card. After the payment, kindly collect the money transfer id from your bank and mail it to us for your registration confirmation. 

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Contact Us

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Madras Christian College

Tambaram, Chennai -600 059,

Tamil Nadu, India

Phone: 044-22390675 / 22396772

Fax: 044-22394352

Email: principal@mcc.edu.in