Financial Grants
  • Rs. 33 million awarded from Ministry of Science and Technology for the Industrial setup of Angioplasty Balloon Catheters.
  • Rs. 1.0 million awarded from HEC for the research project entitled “Smart Oesophageal Stent for the treatment of Oesophageal Cancer”.

  • Rs. 2.0 million awarded from HEC for the research project entitled “Cost-effective and novel Coronary Stent device for the treatment of coronary heart diseases in Pakistan”.

  • Tier-1 Funding of worth $10,000 awarded from National Academy of Sciences, USAID and US Department of State.

  • Tier-2 Funding of worth $40,000 awarded from National Academy of Sciences, USAID and US Department of State.

  • Rs. 2.0 million awarded from Pakistan Science Foundation for the research project entitled “Development and commercialization of intelligent functional stent for the treatment of Lung Cancer in Pakistan.

  • Complete Coronary Stent manufacturing setup of worth Rs. 60 million is awarded and handed over to me at MDDC NUST and I have been designed as Project Director.

  • Rs. 331 million Awarded from Ministry of Science and Technology for the establishment of purpose-built Medical Devices Development Center (MDDC).

  • Rs. 8.096 million awarded from National ICT R&D (IGNITE) for the research project entitled “Smart coronary stent endo-prosthesis for real-time monitoring.

  • USD 7000 awarded from UNESCO (TWAS) for the research project entitled “Biodegradable drug eluting stent-grafts”.

  • Rs 14.242 million granted for the project titled ‘Up-scaling and Production of Ventilator’ by Pakistan Science Foundation.

  • Rs 16.743 million is funded for the project titled ‘Development and Indigenous Production of Diagnostic/Angiographic Catheter in Pakistan’ by Pakistan Science Foundation.

  • Rs. 397 million presented by Ministry of Science and Technology for the establishment of Electromedical production facility at MDDC-NUST.

 

  • Rs. 3 million awarded from APPNA MERIT member for the research and development of Intracranial stent system.

  • Rs. 7.4 million granted from PSF for the design and development of Powered Air purifying Respirator (PAPR) prototype.