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7th Annual South Asia Biosafety Conference (SABC2019)

Dhaka, Bangladesh
September 14, 2019 – September 16, 2019
The Westin

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Under the auspices of the South Asia Biosafety Program, the ILSI Research Foundation and Biotech Consortium India Limited organized the 7th Annual South Asia Biosafety Conference on September 14-16, 2019 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This annual conference is the premier biosafety meeting in South Asia and provides an essential forum to hear from leading scientists representing regulatory agencies, public sector research institutions, and the private sector in South Asia and internationally.

 

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Poster Program
Lightning Round
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Congratulations to 1st Place Lightning Round Winner, Mr. Abdullah Al Noman!

Congratulations to Mr. Abdullah Al Noman for placing first in the Lightning Round for Students and Early Career Researchers with the presentation Morphological and Molecular Diversity Among the Pyricularia oryzae Cavara Isolates Causing Wheat Blast in Bangladesh. Mr. Al Noman received a cash award of USD $300 and a one-year membership to the International Society for Biosafety Research.

Congratulations to 1st Place Poster Session Winner, Dr. Mohammad Mostofa!

Congratulations to Dr. Mohammad Mostofa for placing first in the Poster Competition with the presentation Strigolactones Positively Regulate Defense Mechanisms to Enhance Resistance Against Sheath Blight of Rice (Oryza sativa). Dr. Mostofa received a cash award of USD $300 and a one-year membership to the International Society for Biosafety Research.

Congratulations to 2nd Place Lightning Round Winner, Mr. Mohammad Umer Sharif Shohan!

Congratulations to Mr. Mohammad Umer Sharif Shohan for placing second in the Lightning Round for Students and Early Career Researchers with the presentation Are Root Characteristics/Architectural Traits of Rice Plants a Better Indicator of Salt Tolerance? Mr. Shohan received a cash award of USD $200 and a one-year membership to the International Society for Biosafety Research.

Congratulations to 2nd Place Poster Session Winner, Dr. Dipali Gupta!

Congratulations to Dr. Dipali Gupta for placing second in the Poster Competition with the presentation Biocontrol of Wheat Blast Disease by Plant Probiotic Bacilli. Dr. Gupta received a cash award of USD $200 and a one-year membership to the International Society for Biosafety Research.