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Kolkata hosts seminar on “Global Advancement In Pharmaceutical Research and Startup”

Kolkata hosts seminar on “Global Advancement In Pharmaceutical Research and Startup”

India Blooms News Service | | 22 Oct 2016, 10:40 pm
Kolkata, Oct 22 (IBNS): The international seminar entitled “Global Advancement In Pharmaceutical Research and Startup” was jointly organized by Guru Nanak Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Technologyunder the flagship of JIS Group and Indian Pharmacy Graduates Association, Bengal branch.

The main focus of “GAPRS—2016” is to discuss about the current global trends and contemporary issues in multidisciplinary research arena.

The scientific sessions of this seminar will highlight crucial research areas like Inflammation and chronic kidney disease (CKD), Modern approach for herbal drug development, Pharmaceutical innovations and impact on commercialization etc., says Dr. Abhijit Sengupta (Director & principal, GNIPST).

The dignitaries of the seminar were present Siddhartha Saran Ghosh (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Division of Nephrology, VCU Medical Centre, Richmond, Virginia, USA); Ashok Kumar Mitra (Consumer Product Development and Open Innovation Catalyst, Your Encore Lynchburg, Virginia, USA);  Biswajit Mukherjee (Head of Department, Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jaddavpur University, Kolkata); Atul Kumar Nasa (All India President, IPGA),  B C Mal (Vice- Chancellor, JIS University) and among others.

The thought behind organizing this seminar is to enable the students to be acquainted to the current global trends in multidisciplinary research and to inspire them to become researchers and entrepreneurs.

The seminar aims to bring together researchers, practitioners and students to present the latest achievements and innovations in current research areas.

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