Dept. of Health Research Govt. of India
World Health Organization
  • To be a catalyst for a vibrant national health system through responsive research, education and training in epidemiology and public health
  • Setting standards in public health education that would emphasize professionalism as a core competency
  • Working with national and international partners in health research with effective use of innovative state-of-art technologies
  • Aligning our research with all key stakeholders to generate and implement evidence-based health strategies for an effective and efficient National health system
  • Strengthening human resources for National public health services through education and training and building bridges between educational and research institutions
  • To effectively contribute in enhancing the quality of life of Indian citizens and influencing public health practice and policies through research, education and training
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The National Institute of Epidemiology (NIE) was established on July 2, 1999 by merging the Central JALMA Institute for Leprosy (CJIL Field Unit), Avadi with the Institute for Research in Medical Statistics (IRMS), Chennai. The broad objectives of the Institute cover Development... more »

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