Frontier in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research” (PharmSci-2017)
Uploaded on : 17-Oct-2017

Columbia Institute of Pharmacy organised an International Conference “Frontier in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research” (PharmSci-2017) on the theme “Advances in Development Delivery System and Clinical Monitoring of Drugs” sponsored by SERB – Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi, Chhattisgarh Council of Science & Technology, Indian Council of Medical Research New Delhi as well as Janpragati Education Society, Raipur. The conference was inaugurated by Dr. . K. Subramaniam, Director General, Chhattisgarh Council of Science & Technology who in his address as a Chief Guest emphasised on the need that all the branches of science whether it is basic science or pharmacy should coordinate with each other so that they can work together for the betterment of people. For this it is essential for them to share the views and research as well as any finding with each other, he also narrated that the stake holders are the key to success of your institution as they advertise your institution, so the institution should always work for it . The Inauguration ceremony was chaired by Shri Kailash Chandra Sharma, the Senior most Pharmacist of Central India along with Shri Kishore Jadwani, Chairman- Janpragati Education Society, Mr. Harjeet Singh Hura, Secretary- Japragati Education Society, Prof. Amit Roy, Principal- Columbia Institute of Pharmacy and Dr. Ram Kumar Sahu, Organizing Secretary of International Conference. During inauguration Prof. V.K. Dixit and Shri Kailash Chandra Sharma were felicitated for their selfless services rendered to mankind with Shawl with Shriphal In the technical session Prof. V.K. Dixit, Ex- Professor, Dr. Hari Singh Gour Sagar Vishwavidhyalaya discussed on Ayurvedic Rasayana, briefing that Rasayana is a special type of treatment containing various methods of rejuvenation he also said that Rasayana therapy strives to improve physical, mental and moral Qualities. Prof. Sawicki Grzegorz from Canada shared his view on the topic “Synergistic Protection of Cardiac Contractile Dysfunction in Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury: A novel Therapeutics Paradigm”, stating that Ischemia reperfusion (I/R) injury refers to the tissue damage which occurs when blood supply returns to tissue after a period of ischemia and is associated with trauma, stroke, myocardial infarction, and solid organ transplantation. Although the cause of this injury is multifactorial, increasing experimental evidence suggests an important role for the innate immune system in initiating the inflammatory cascade leading to detrimental/deleterious changes. The Toll-like Receptors (TLRs) play a central role in innate immunity recognising both pathogen- and damage-associated molecular patterns and have been implicated in a range of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. In this paper, we summarise the current state of knowledge linking TLR2 and TLR4 to I/R injury, including recent studies which demonstrate that therapeutic inhibition of TLR2 has beneficial effects on I/R injury in a murine model of myocardial infarction Dr. Wael Aboulthama from Egypt delivered his lecture on the topic “Electrophoresis as a multidisciplinary tool in systematic differentiation and mutagenicity detection” and Dr. Erwin Faller from Malasiya on the subject “Challenges and opportunities in Emerging Global Health Pharmacy of Asia” as well as Dr. Y Choudhary, Director, Ethix Pharma, Raipur on “Prospects in Pharmacovigilance & Pharma regulatory”. On day two of speaking on “ Nanoscale Size Drug Delivery Systems: Their Pros & Cons, Prof. Biswajeet Mukherjee from Kolkata, West Bengal discussed that nano medicines offer delivery of potential drugs to human organs which were previously beyond reach of micro scale drugs due to specific biological barriers. The nanoscale systems work as nanocarriers for the delivery of drugs. He also discussed on the toxicity and safety of nanomaterials on human health. Dr. Ashok Omray from Mumbai discussed about “Bridging the gap: Pharmaceutical Education and Industry needs” narrating that to work on research and developments in pharmacy to bring high quantum of capable professional so that the demand and sully ratio can be balanced. Pharmacists believe pharmacogenomics knowledge is important to the profession, but they lack the knowledge and self-confidence to act on the results of Pharmacogenomics. Associate Professor Gulam Muhammad Khan from Pokhra, Nepal thrown the light on “Overview of Pharmaceutical Industry in Nepal”. Professor Vijay Kumar Sharma from Aurangabad, Maharashtra also addressed the participants on the topic” Film Coating Technology: Emphasis on Enteric Coating” During the conference posters, abstracts & E-poster as well as Oral Presentation were also given by the participants. This is to be noted that around 500 delegates from all parts of India as well as abroad such as Nepal, Egypt. Canada, Malasiya, Indonasia, Thailand attended this conference. After the technical sessions an open forum was also organized in which the experts cleared doubts of the participants. The valedictory function was chaired by Prof. V.K. Dixit, Ex Professor Sagar University as the Chief Guest. The prizes were also awarded to the winners of Posters presentation and oral presentation.       ....Read More >>

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