The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
An Antibiotic is an organic substance of microbial origin which usually mold or actinomycete bacteria that is either toxic or growth inhibiting for other organisms. Also, with the advent of synthetic methods of production, a substance produced by a microorganism or a similar substance produced wholly or partly by chemical synthesis which, in low concentrations, inhibits the growth of other microorganisms. Penicillin, tetracycline, and erythromycin are examples of antibiotics. The utilization of antimicrobial medications may prompt to genuine diseases created by medication safe microorganisms.
- Track 1-1Drug Discovery Technologies in Antibiotics
- Track 1-2Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Antimicrobial drugs
- Track 1-3Developing Alternatives to Antibiotics
- Track 1-4Clinical Trials of Antibiotics
Pharmaceutical analysis is one of the divisions of practical chemistry that involves a set of process. In which both qualitative and quantitative analysis are required for manufacturing industries to ensure that the raw materials meet a certain requirement and to check the quality of the final product. The pharmaceuticals evolve impurities at assorted stages which makes the pharmaceutical risky to be supervised thus they must be detected and quantitated. For that, analytical instrumentation and methods play an important role.
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- Track 2-1 Analytical and Electro analytical methodology
- Track 2-2 Forensic analytical techniques
- Track 2-3 Biomarker validation and Quality Control
- Track 2-4 Applications of analytical and bio analytical methods
- Track 2-5 HPLC analytical method development and validation
Pharmaceutical care is a process of drug therapy management that needs a traditional replacement in the orientation of professional attitudes and re-engineering of the Pharmacy environment. A special aspect of the structure must be in place to provide quality pharmaceutical care. The goal of Pharmaceutical Care is to enhance the patients health-related quality of life and accomplish positive clinical outcomes, within realistic economic expenditures. Many universities and colleges follow the system called Department of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems (PCHS) which progress the practice of pharmaceutical care and its aspect in the healthcare system for the aid of patients & society through education, research, & service.
- Track 3-1 Clinical Pharmaceutical Practice
- Track 3-2 Pharmaceutical Care Regulations
- Track 3-3 Clinical Pharmacokinetics
- Track 3-4 Genomics Experimental Research
- Track 3-5 Drug and Poison Information Services
Pharmaceutical Technology plays a major role in Pharmaceutical science which combines scientific aspects that are detracting in the development and manufacture of new drugs, handling of medicines and medical devices. The major part of the subject describes, how to manage the discovery, production, processing, and safe and effective delivery of medications to patients. It includes digital modeling for research, methods for increasing production, and computing technology and biosystematics for the management and analysis of data. Ongoing research on Pharmaceutical Technology includes public attitudes towards mental health drugs, using real-world data in drug approvals and more.
- Track 4-1 Pharmacognosy
- Track 4-2 Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Track 4-3 Pharmaceutical Process Technology and Drug Analysis
- Track 4-4 Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology
- Track 4-5 Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Medicinal chemistry and Pharmaceutical chemistry are methods arise at the intersection of chemistry which aiming at the discovery and development of new therapeutic agents. It is inherently an integrative topic — beginning with the synthesis of potential drugs followed by studies investigating their interactions with biological targets to understand the medicinal effects of the drug, its metabolism, and side-effects. Share your Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry to contribute in a major way for the growth of scientific knowledge and insight and facilitate the discovery and development of new therapeutic agents to treat debilitating human disorders.
- Track 5-1 Physiological Chemistry of Drugs
- Track 5-2 Synthetic Organic Chemistry
- Track 5-3 Computational Chemistry
- Track 5-4 Natural Product Research
- Track 5-5 Molecular Pharmacology & Toxicology
Pharmacology is a branch of biology which deals with the research, analysis, and description of chemicals which exhibit biological effects and the elucidation of cellular and organismal function in affiliate to the chemicals. It integrates the knowledge of many disciplines, including medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, nursing, and veterinary medicine. This integrative nature confesses the pharmacology to make a unique and significant grant to human health. The tremendous pharmacological advances endorsed during the last few decades have recast virtually all aspects of modern life, including our understanding of the disease.
- Track 6-1 Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics
- Track 6-2 Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology
- Track 6-3 Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacotherapeutics
- Track 6-4 Immunopharmacology
- Track 6-5 Receptor Pharmacology
The process of the design/discovery of drugs typically involves understanding the character of targets such as enzyme, cell, tissues, etc which related to the disease, setting up the concept of drug design, providing lead compounds (via traditional medicines, natural products, biological macromolecules, compound libraries, computational chemistry, etc.) and lead optimisation by means of analysing structure-activity-relationships. The current state of the chemical and biological sciences required for pharmaceutical development edict that 5,000–10,000 chemical compounds must undergo laboratory screening for each new drug approved for use in humans. Out of these chemical compounds that are screened, approximately 250 will enter preclinical testing, and 5 will enter clinical testing. The overall process from discovery to the marketing of a drug can take 10 to 15 years.
- Track 7-1 Molecular Drug Design and Drug properties
- Track 7-2 Computer-assisted Drug Design
- Track 7-3 Drug Design & Development Therapy
- Track 7-4 Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism and Toxicology
- Track 7-5 Drug Safety Databases
- Track 7-6 Targeted Drug Delivery System
The role of nanotechnology in the field of pharmaceutics has exceptionally altered the way of our understanding about drugs, Nano drugs or the use of nanoparticles as carrier of the drug has become the basic fundamental for the production or design of a drug. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology is the appliance of Nanoscience to Pharmaceuticals as nanomaterials, and devices like diagnostics, drug delivery, biosensor, and imaging. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology has tuned diagnosis and focused treatment of disease at a molecular level. Nanotechnology is a highly specialized field, which will revolutionize the pharmaceutical industry.
- Track 8-1 Bioinspired Nanocomposites
- Track 8-2 Advancements in Pharmaceutical Nanotools
- Track 8-3 Nanocarrier Drug Delivery in Cancer Therapy
- Track 8-4 Smart Nanomedicines
- Track 8-5 Future Discoveries in Pharmaceutical Industry using Nanomaterials
Biopharmaceuticals are medical drugs produced using biotechnology. A probably contentious technique of manufacturing biopharmaceuticals involves transgenic organisms, notably plants and animals that are genetically changed to provide medication. A pharmaceutical product manufactured using live organisms has an active ingredient that is biological in nature. Biopharmaceuticals recommend many advantages, like extremely effective and dynamic action, fewer aspect effects, and the potential to really cure diseases instead of simply treat the symptoms, which have naturally increased the demand for biopharmaceutical products.
- Track 9-1 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
- Track 9-2 Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM)
- Track 9-3 Micro-array Technologies
- Track 9-4 Radio Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Track 9-5 Nucleic-acid- and Cell-based Therapeutics
The pharmaceutical formulation in a medical specialty is the process which has different chemical substances, including the active drug, are combined to generate a medicinal end product. The major part of the subject reveals different dosage forms, including oral liquid products, topical products and solid dosage forms such as tablets and capsules. Drug Formulation includes Novel dosage forms, like tablets, sterile products, capsules, topical preparations, sustained release, and controlled release. Pharmaceutical Formulation provides an up to date supply of knowledge for all who wish to understand the principles and practice of formulation in the drug industry.
- Track 10-1 Topical and Trans-dermal Delivery
- Track 10-2 Novel Drug Delivery System
- Track 10-3 Drug Formulation- solid, semisolid or liquid
- Track 10-4 Miscibility of Pharmaceutical Ingredients
- Track 10-5 Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API)
The Pharmaceutical industry plays an active role in policy surrounding the research, discovery, and development of new medicines. Clinical studies represent an important part of the drug development process. They are an indispensable tool to determine the safety and efficacy of new drug candidates before they can be used to treat illness. A clinical trial targets specific health issues in human volunteers. Performing clinical trials is one of the best methods in the clinical research field for finding new treatments & practices for combating illness. The investigative site in any trial customarily consists of Principal Investigator, Sub-investigators, Clinical Research Coordinators, Site managers, Laboratory personnel, Technicians, Analysts, Pharmacists, Research assistants, Recruiters, and many others.
- Track 11-1 Current and Important aspects of Regulation of Drug
- Track 11-2 Optimum Dose Finding
- Track 11-3 Phases of Clinical Trial
- Track 11-4 Risk based management in Clinical Trials
Bioavailability could be a measure of the rate and extent to that a therapeutically active chemical is absorbed from a drug product into the circulation and becomes accessible at the site of action. Blood concentrations of the active ingredients and/ or their active metabolites thereby give a marker for the concentration at the positioning of action and a legitimate measure of bioavailability. If two drugs are bioequivalent, there's no clinically vital distinction in their bioavailability. Bioequivalence studies are a surrogate marker for clinical effectiveness and safety information, because it wouldn't commonly be necessary to repeat clinical studies for generic product. Bioequivalence studies typically involve single doses of a drug. The basic study methods for bioequivalence are Study design and Statistical analysis.
- Track 12-1 First Pass Metabolism
- Track 12-2 Relative Bioavailability
- Track 12-3 Absolute Bioavailability
- Track 12-4 Therapeutic Relevance
- Track 12-5 Pka and Pkd Models
Pharmacy practice is the discipline of pharmacy that involves developing the skilled roles of pharmacists. As health-care professionals, pharmacists play an important role in improving access to health care and in closing the gap between the potential benefit of medicines and the actual value realized and may be a part of any comprehensive health system. The changes to pharmacy practice have resulted from expanded roles, changes in patients’ expectations, introduction of new pharmacy practice models, and development of new technologies in the drug-use process. The pharmacists concentrate on effective medicines management and aim to optimise the ease that patients acquire from their prescribed treatment as well as the supply of medicines.
- Track 13-1 Pharmaceutical Care
- Track 13-2 Drug Information
- Track 13-3 Prescription and Incompatibilities
- Track 13-4 Future Pharmacy Practice
- Track 13-5 Patient Counselling
Drug regulatory Affairs refers to all aspects among the pharmaceutical development method and the way they're subject to numerous degrees of regulation. The pharmaceutical law frame covering Quality, Safety and effectivity also as Health Authorities' attitudes and needs etc have an excellent influence on the drug development method. Regulatory affairs professionals deal with these aspects. Regulation affects all aspects of the pharmaceutical world, from freelance innovators and pharmaceutical corporations to regulative and administrative bodies and patients also. Regulatory Affairs could be a relatively new profession that has developed from the need of governments to guard public health, by dominant the protection and effectivity of product in areas including prescribed drugs, veterinary medicines, medical devices, pesticides, agrochemicals, cosmetics and complementary medicines.
- Track 14-1 Good Manufacturing Practice
- Track 14-2 Regulatory Compliance
- Track 14-3 Drug Labeling Approvals
- Track 14-4 Drug Marketing Approvals
- Track 14-5 Manufacturing and Regulatory Compliance
Neuropharmacology as a branch of pharmacology evolved with the introduction of drugs for neurologic disorders. It is the study of the effects of drugs on the nervous system, with the goal of developing compounds that offer therapeutic benefit in humans with psychiatric and neurological disease. Advances in molecular biology and various forms such as genomics and proteomics have led to the development of molecular neuropharmacology. Alzheimer disease as just one example, are awaiting effective medications, further emphasizing the importance of neuropharmacology. It includes the factors affecting responses to drugs; properties of drugs; the kinetics of drug-receptor interactions; dose-response relationship; the principles of synaptic transmission; criteria for synaptic transmitters; somatic motor system; drugs affecting neuromuscular transmission; and drugs which act post-synaptically.
- Track 15-1 Behavioural and Molecular Approach
- Track 15-2 Application of Neuropsychopharmacology
- Track 15-3 Emerging approach in the field of Cognitive Neuropharmacology
- Track 15-4 Global trend in Drug Discovery related to Neuropsychiatric Disorders
The industry comprises different subfields related to the development, production, and marketing of medications. These interdependent subfields consist of drug manufacturers, drug marketers, and biotechnology companies. The aim of the pharmaceutical industry is to provide drugs that prevent infections, maintain health, and cure diseases. This industry directly affects the global population, so several international regulatory bodies monitor things like drug safety, patents, quality, and pricing. Some of those regulatory entities are World Health Organization (WHO), US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). various formulations have been developed to cure or stop the growth of several major infections, including HIV and certain types of cancer.
- Track 16-1 Digitized Innovation Trends that are shaping Pharmaceutical Industry
- Track 16-2 Rapid development of 3D printers in Pharma Industry
- Track 16-3 Role of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computers
- Track 16-4 Personalized Medicine and Customization
- Track 16-5 Practice of the Preparation and Dispensing of Medicinal Drugs
Quality control is a crucial function of any business providing a product or service to consumers. In the field of pharmaceutical chemistry, quality control and quality assurance are important to the eminent development, producing, and use of medication meant to assist save lives. A quality assurance audit at a pharmaceutical firm would concentrate on the process elements of a project. More specifically, the professional would determine if the requirements determined and defined during QA have the proper level of detail. Individuals method the documentation, establish standards, and conduct internal audits to confirm continuing compliance. It is a measuring standard by that potency, performance, progress compliance or quality of a process, or product are often assessed.
- Track 17-1 Analytical Techniques
- Track 17-2 Sample handling
- Track 17-3 Calibration Procedures
- Track 17-4 Sampling and Analysis plan