AEIRC is a non-profit Independent Research Organization involved in Basic, Applied & Clinical Research to fortify the aim of developing a healthier Pakistan. Registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, the organization was established in the year 2010 & registered with the Registrar Joint Stock Companies, Sind-Pakistan. AEIRC have developed 6 specialized research divisions under its umbrella and these division focuses towards Sustainable Development Goals specifically goal number 3, 4, 5, 11 & 17.
AEIRC RESEARCH DIVISIONS
The Center for Maternal & Child Health Research (CoMCHR) carries out research focusing on the healthcare of women and children. Our domain sketches a range of approaches to collect the evidence and propose recommendations on maternal and child healthcare.
DIABETES RESEARCH DIVISION
The Diabetes Research Division brings together a multidisciplinary group of independent researchers as well as professional supporting staff, new investigators, and trainees to indicate the threats as well as complications as emerging worsening of diabetes in Pakistan.
WOMEN RESEARCH DIVISION
Women Research Division brings together researchers, public leaders, and practitioners who support women's empowerment. We focus to conduct high-quality research to inform policy, practice, and action on gender-based viciousness.
CARDIAC RESEARCH DIVISION
The division focus to spread knowledge covering the general population in order to prevent mortality from cardiovascular diseases. Through the collaborative efforts of organizations, we are interested in transforming the research-based solutions to develop and improve the present status of cardiovascular disease prevention.
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY RESEARCH DIVISION
AEIRC is a Pioneer in Psychophysiology Research set up in Pakistan. This division has done extensive work in terms of understanding and exploring the science of psychophysiology, particularly the psychophysiology of stress and its effects on health.
YOUTH RESEARCH DIVISION
Youth Research Division has collaborated with the Youth Affairs Department Government of Sind in several projects. The backbone of constructive youth development programs is research and development training.