VISAKHAPATNAM: Andhra University has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Krishna IVF Clinic on Saturday to take up collaborative research in the area of invitro fertilisation and human reproduction.
Vice-Chancellor L. Venugopal Reddy said that the university would introduce and organise specialisations in embryology, human genetics, biochemistry, microbiology and clinical pharmacology. Director of the Krishna IVF Clinic G.A. Rama Raju was present.
Coordinator of biotechnology T. Ramana, Head of the Department of Pharmacy S. Satyanarayana, Principal of AU College of Science and Technology P. Veerraju, Prof. G. Paddaih, Head of the Department of Human Genetics G. Sudhakar, explained the research activities that would be taken up with Krishna IVF Clinic.
Rector Satyanarayana, Registrar P. Vijayprakash Member of Executive Council I. Murali Krishna Rao and others were present on the coccasion.