National Institute of Pathology [NIP] was established in 1965 under the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in New Delhi as a Centre for collection and distribution of teaching material in pathology. National Institute of Pathology is a premier research Institute that carries out research in molecular pathology, genetics, immunodiagnostics, vaccine development, environmental bio-monitoring and applied fields for better health care. The institute envisions being a resource centre for Modern Pathology and Biotechnology both nationally and internationally. The mission of the institute is to emerge as a centre of excellence for research, training and reference for medical and biomedical sciences catering to health problems of national importance. The institute offers graduate and post graduate degree level courses in Pathology.

Facts and Figures of National Institute of Pathology [ICMR]-

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Chairman of the Institute

Dr. Indira Nath

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How to Reach

11 kms away from New Delhi Railway Station

Why to Join National Institute of Pathology [NIP]?

Research Work- The institute carries out conduct basic and applied research on health problems of national importance with goal to deliver research outputs for clinical applications

Summer Training- The institute provides summer training to the students every summer after their semester exams.

Training- The institute has collaborated with Jiwaji University for training of post-graduate in Life Sciences from the schools of Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Microbiology respectively.