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19th International Conference on Pharmaceutics & Novel Drug Delivery Systems, will be organized around the theme “To Enhance Drug Efficacy & To Suppress Drug Toxicity”
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The pharmaceutical sciences incorporate a wide range of scientific disciplines which are important for finding and developing new drugs and therapies. This is the Biology to learn how to maximize drug delivery to the body and turn the comprehensive knowledge into new and improved human disease therapies. There are many chemicals with pharmacological properties but special measures are needed to help them at their sites of action attain therapeutically relevant quantities. Pharmaceutics helps relate the formulation of drugs to their delivery and disposition in the body.
Drugs are formulated basing on drug discovery and design to attain specificity on their biological targets. It is also known as a rational drug design. By applying various technologies new drug molecules are developed. This procedure includes the identification of drug targets, candidates, synthesis, screening, physical, chemical characterization and assays. Drug development is used for manufacturing and marketing the biologically active compound by observing the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, toxicology and various clinical parameters.
- Track 2-1Machine and deep learning in drug discovery
- Track 2-2NMR and MRI applications
- Track 2-3Advancements in Antiretroviral for (HIV)
- Track 2-4Lead optimization
- Track 2-5Relevance of skin enzymes for rational drug design
- Track 2-6Plant originated peptide-protease inhibitors
The Smart drug delivery system is used to increase the concentration of dosage form in a specific site of body to decrease the damage of healthy tissue. The drug delivery system approaches formulations, and technologies for transporting a drug compound in the body as it needs to achieve its desired therapeutic effect for a prolonged period of time. This system mainly depends on passive and active targeting which improve the drug solubility in the body. It also provides site-specific targeting to reduce drug accumulation within healthy tissue and enhance a drug to attain effective treatment.
- Track 3-1Improvements in Polymers used in cancer therapy
- Track 3-2Modern tablets
- Track 3-3Drug receptors
- Track 3-4Targeted drug delivery system
- Track 3-5Modified drug release
- Track 3-6Sustained released dosage forms
- Track 3-7Methotrexate hepatotoxicity in children with leukaemia
- Track 3-8Nano medicine used in trans cellular surface
Pharmaceutical formulation is a substance with an active therapeutic ingredient available in different dosage forms. Target based drug formulation is expressed as a change in the manufacturing field reflecting the specificity in drug activity. The ingredients used in drug formulation are segregated basing upon their physical and chemical properties. The factors like pH, temperature, polymorphism, drug solubility etc. are also altered in the process of target based drug formulation.
- Track 4-1Bio markers
- Track 4-2Resealed erythrocytes
- Track 4-3Pre formulation & formulation studies
- Track 4-4Computer aided drug delivery system
- Track 4-5Modulation of cell state to improve drug therapy
Pharmacokinetics is division of pharmacology which involves the study of absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of a drug. Clinical pharmacokinetics applies the principle of safe and effective therapeutic management of drugs in an individual.
Pharmacodynamics is study of biochemical, physiologic, and molecular effects of drugs in the body. It is used to understand the effect of drug in the systemic circulation. The most common mechanism of drug entering the systemic circulation after the first pass metabolism (Hepatic) is explained using Pharmacodynamics
- Track 5-1Nutrient absorption
- Track 5-2Effect of gastrointestinal activity on absorption.
- Track 5-3Drug elimination by haemodialysis
- Track 5-4Order of Drug Reactions
- Track 5-5Dose-response relationship of psychotropic drugs
Bioavailability is defined as amount of drug available to the target site after systemic circulation and Bioequivalence is the similarity of two drugs must release the active ingredient at the same amount, rate &quality. In this process the new drugs are tested for their stability studies. The new formulations undergo the analytical process to get approved by the FDA as a safe and effective dosage form. It is frequent to compare new drug with the standard product as a reference.
- Track 6-1In vivo & In vitro drug studies
- Track 6-2Accelerated stability studies
- Track 6-3Chromatography types and techniques
- Track 6-4HPLC to monitor β-lactam plasma
- Track 6-5Chemically, therapeutically and physically bioequivalent.
- Track 6-6Cationic prodrugs as dual gene reagents
Pharmacoepidemiology is the study of the utilization and effect of drugs in larger population. It is the bridge between both pharmacology and epidemiology. Pharmacology deals with effect of drugs on humans & epidemiology deals with distribution of drugs and determinants of disease in larger population. Based on this the drugs are formulated and tested to understand the adverse drug reaction which mainly shows genetic variation in the drug-drug interactions.
- Track 7-1Gastroesophageal reflux treatment with proton pump inhibitors
- Track 7-2Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
- Track 7-3Blood-letting therapy
- Track 7-4Novel antipsychotics
- Track 7-5Alcohol and drug statistics
Oncology is a part of medical science which deals with tumours and leukaemia. The word oncology derived from a Greek word onco means Cancer which is an abnormal cell growth and possibility to spread or invade other parts of the body as well. Mainly oncologist deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Not all tumours are cancerous and spread to other body parts. Cancers also called as a malignant neoplasm or malignant tumour. There are nearly 200 different types of cancer, which were identified. Each requires their respective approaches for treatment.
- Track 8-1Antineoplastic drugs
- Track 8-2Glioblastoma multiform by nanoparticle therapy
- Track 8-3Immunotherapy in cancer & auto immune disorder
- Track 8-4Tumour-secreted pai-1 promotes breast cancer metastasis
- Track 8-5Stem cell application in field of anticancer
Clinical research & trials is a branch of healthcare science that deals with the drug safety and effectiveness of drugs. The new drug formulation mainly includes pre-clinical research on microorganisms & animals this procedure undergoes by the approval of regulatory affairs (USFDA).Then the clinical research undergoes on humans for drug application to the market. It includes biomedical or behavioural research studies on human participants who are designed to answer specific questions about new drug mediations. Clinical research involves a particular person or group of people to collect the data of drug activity .Such as their behaviour & samples of their tissue. Clinical trials are experiments follow a pre-defined plan or protocol.
- Track 9-1Safety of drug.
- Track 9-2FDA approval.
- Track 9-3Adverse drug reactions of antibiotics
- Track 9-4Artificial neural network modelling and its application
- Track 9-5Clinical Pharmacology
Bio pharmaceutics deals with the interrelationship of physical and chemical properties of drugs it mainly involves in drug absorption, which is defined as the study of factors influencing the rate and amount of drug reaching the systemic circulation. Biologic Drugs are produced from living organisms or its components such as recombinant proteins, allergens, tissue and blood to maintain the body’s natural response to infections and disease. The biopharmaceutical drugs mainly depend on route & range of systemic drug absorption. This therapy mainly depends on drug formulation and it undergoes in-vivo and invitro distribution at the site of action and shows the therapeutic effect.
- Track 10-1CAR-(T) cell therapy for lung cancer
- Track 10-2Polymorphic characterization of anti-inflammatory drug
- Track 10-3Polyherbal formulation of metabolic disorder
- Track 10-4Antihistamic drugs containing rapidly dissolving films
Drug metabolism is a process in which bio-transformation of pharmaceutical substances takes place upon enzyme action. The antibiotics release from the drug and distributes to the cells or tissues depends upon their potential action. Toxicology is a branch of medicine deals with the adverse drug reaction of chemical substances on living organisms. By diagnosing, treating and exposure to toxicants the adverse effects comes out when it is taken either by accident or design which termed as poison.
- Track 11-1The biotransformation of drugs in renal failure
- Track 11-2Heavy metal toxicity and therapeutics
- Track 11-3Hepatocellular carcinoma in HCV-related liver cirrhosis
- Track 11-4Bacteriologic diagnosis of nosocomial pneumonia
- Track 11-5Metabolism of drugs with inhibition of enzymes
- Track 11-6Detoxification methods of benzodiazepines
Neuropharmacology is the study of drug affects on cellular function in the nervous systems and the neural mechanisms through which they influence behaviour. There are two branches of neuropharmacology: Behavioural & Molecular. Behavioural neuropharmacology defines how drug affects human behaviour. Molecular neuropharmacology defines the study of neuron and their neurochemical interactions. The goal is to develop drugs that have beneficial effects on neurological function.
- Track 12-1GABA
- Track 12-2Dopamine
- Track 12-3Serotonin