MBU hosts conference on Allied Healthcare Tech

Discussion on innovations in diagnostics, telemedicine, and medical training take center stage at MBUAHSCON 2024

New Delhi: Mohan Babu University’s Department of Paramedical and Allied Health Sciences hosted a two-day conference, MBUAHSCON 2024, dedicated to “Technological Advancements in Allied Healthcare Science” to discuss the transformative impact of technology on allied healthcare practices.
The conference offered a rich array of discussions, paper presentations, workshops, and panel sessions, exploring how innovations are revolutionizing allied healthcare and addressing the challenges of implementing these technologies. Key topics included advancements in diagnostics, telemedicine, wearable healthcare devices, robotics in rehabilitation therapy, and augmented reality in medical training.  A highlight of the conference was the panel discussion titled “Enhancing Prognosis through AI in Medical Technology.” The discussion provided deep insights into the role of AI in improving medical outcomes.
Reflecting on the event’s success, Dr. Nagaraj Ramrao, Vice Chancellor of Mohan Babu University, stated, “We are thrilled with the overwhelming response to MBUAHSCON 2024. This conference has not only provided a platform for knowledge exchange and professional growth but also reinforced our commitment to embracing and integrating technological advancements in allied healthcare. The insights and connections made here will undoubtedly pave the way for a healthier tomorrow.”
The event, held at the university’s Tirupati campus, gathered industry leaders, researchers, practitioners, and educators. Esteemed panelists included Prof. Dr. K. Madhavi, Professor and Principal of the College of Physiotherapy at SVIMS and Chairperson for the AP State Allied and Healthcare Council; Dr. Selvakumar Kandaswamy, Medical Biochemist at Kauvery Hospital and Billroth Hospital in Chennai, and Founder and General Secretary of the Indian Association of Basic and Paramedical Sciences; and Dr. Santhosh Babu K.B, an interventional radiologist at Christian Medical College, Vellore.