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Bartolome Ribas Ozonas, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Keynote Presentation
Bartolome Ribas Ozonas, Royal National Academy of Pharmacy, Spain

The possible effects of electro magnetic fields (EMF) in the human body are explained because the external EMF, as a physic toxic agent, induced to a possible physiological and biochemical molecular effects as in the electron transfer chain in the mitochondria, synthesis by ATP-s [....] » Read More

Abraham Avi J Domb , Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Abraham Avi J Domb , The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

The introduction of a new drug entity to the clinic may take many years with a significant investment. Thus, only a few dozen of new drug entities are approved by the FDA each year. Chemical modification of existing drugs for improved properties or generating new IP, is considere [....] » Read More

Consolato M Sergi, Speaker at Drug Delivery Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Consolato M Sergi, University of Ottawa, Canada

Electronic medical record (EMR)'s use has increased exponentially worldwide. The traditional pen and paper way to record events and data in a patient's chart has evolved to EMR, allowing numerous opportunities. There is the potential to provide higher quality and safer ca [....] » Read More

Naseratun Nessa, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Naseratun Nessa, Kyoto Prefectural University of medicine, Japan

Objectives: Periodontal disease is quite prevalent and affects about 20-50% of global population. Periodontitis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the supporting structures of the teeth. When periodontal pathogens enter into the blood stream, such lifestyle diseases develop. Fe [....] » Read More

Mridula Prakash Menon, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mridula Prakash Menon, National Ilan University, Taiwan

Skeletal myogenesis involves the formation of new skeletal muscular tissue. During an injury, the skeletal muscle stem cells known as the satellite cells get activated and undergo proliferation, migration, and differentiation to complete the process of myogenesis. Muscle wasting [....] » Read More

Wei Zhang, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Wei Zhang, Guizhou University, China

Synaptic degeneration, associated mitochondrial dysfunction and accumulation of amyloid-β peptide are considered as the important manifestation which leads to cognitive impairment and memory loss in Alzheimer’s disease (AD)-affected brain. Avoiding the early characteri [....] » Read More

Hemalata Suhasrao Dol, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hemalata Suhasrao Dol, Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Pharmacy, India

Terbinafine HCl (TH), an allylamine antifungal (BCS-II) drug has poor solubility and high permeability. In the present work, we have investigated the potential of ethosomes as vesicular lipid nanocarrier for enhancement of transdermal application of TH. The In-silico molecular do [....] » Read More

Neha Manish Munot, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Neha Manish Munot, Vishwakarma University, India

Development of a bio-composite using synergistic combination is a promising strategy to address various pathological manifestations of acute and chronic wounds. In the present work, we have combined three materials viz., mupirocin as an antimicrobial drug, mupirocin-chitosan micr [....] » Read More

Shilpa Nilesh Shrotriya, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shilpa Nilesh Shrotriya, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, India

Wounds are physical injuries which result in loss of the skin surface integrity. Proper healing of wound is essential for restoration of disturbed functions of skin. In the present research, we report fabrication of polyphenolic compound loaded nanofibrous scaffold as wound dress [....] » Read More

Ruchika Bajaj, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Ruchika Bajaj, University of California, United States

P-glycoprotein (P-gp) plays a critical role in drug oral bioavailability and modulation of this transporter can alter the safety and/or e?cacy pro?le of substrate drugs. Individual oral molecular excipients that inhibit P-gp function have been considered as a mechanism for improv [....] » Read More

Suryakanta Swain, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Suryakanta Swain, The Assam Kaziranga University, India

The Quality by Design (QbD) approach empowers the researchers to minimize the number of experimental trials, errors and time during process of formulation development. It helps to identify the significant, influential factors such as critical material attributes, critical formula [....] » Read More

Aarti V Belgamwar, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Aarti V Belgamwar, Institute of Pharmacutical Education and Research, India

Intracranial malignancies represent 1.4% of diagnosed cancers and Glioblastoma multiform (GBM) is one of the most aggressive malignant tumors with an overall dismal survival averaging one year despite multimodality therapeutic interventions including surgery, radiotherapy and con [....] » Read More

Devshree Gayakwad, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Devshree Gayakwad, Acropolis Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, India

The effective delivery of Herbal drugs as a cosmetic formulation with the minimum side effects and better therapeutic efficacy has remained active area of research for many decades. This study aimed to developed and optimization oil in water (o/w) nano-emulsion  containing r [....] » Read More

Gil Goncalves, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Gil Goncalves, University of Aveiro, Portugal

According to the findings of this study, a novel approach has been developed to address the constraints of employing porphyrins in photodynamic treatment, which include their low solubility and aggregation in biological contexts. The conjugation of porphyrins with graphene quantu [....] » Read More

Lekshmi R Nath , Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Lekshmi R Nath , AIMS Health Science Campus, India

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the deadliest malignancies being the 3rd leading cause of cancer death worldwide. The current treatment of HCC fails to provide tumor specificity, causing many systemic toxicities and poor overall survival benefits especially for patients [....] » Read More

Marwa Hasanein Mohamad Asfour, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Marwa Hasanein Mohamad Asfour, National Research Centre, Egypt

The present study aims to formulate all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA) loaded chitosan lipid nanocomplex (CHLNC) for enhancing its solubility and oral delivery. This is to improve ATRA therapeutic effect on diabetic nephropathy (DN). CHLNC was prepared by o/w homogenization, employin [....] » Read More

Phila Raharivelomanana, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Phila Raharivelomanana, University of French Polynesia, French Polynesia

Rauvolfia genus, grown in tropical areas, is well-known for its many species used in traditional medicine which healing properties inspired pharmacological studies leading to successful discovery of innovative drugs through years. Finding of these drugs were directly related to e [....] » Read More

Hans Christian Siebert, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Keynote Presentation
Hans Christian Siebert, Research Institute of Bioinformatics and Nanotechnology (RIBNT), Germany

The global outbreak of SARS CoV2/ Covid19 is a great challenge for new concepts and strategies in different fields as glycobiology, nanomedicine or nanopharmacology. When correlating clinical data obtained from patients in intense care units with tools used in structural biology [....] » Read More

Marlene Llopiz Aviles, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Keynote Presentation
Marlene Llopiz Aviles, Clínica Responsable Operativa, S.C, Mexico

The World Health Organization and countries worldwide have acknowledged that the COVID-19 pandemic has been a fast-evolving situation and a terrible threat to people of all ages. In the face of such an alarming situation with a heavy toll on healthcare services and vulnerable ind [....] » Read More

A C Matin, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conferences
Keynote Presentation
A C Matin, Stanford University, United States

Chemotherapy with no or minimal side effects is an urgent need. One means of attaining it is through gene delivered prodrug therapies (GDEPTs). Prodrugs are harmless until activated by a bacterial or viral gene product; they can kill tumors without side effects if the activating [....] » Read More

Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Pashkina, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Pashkina, Research Institute of Fundamental and Clinical Immunology, Russian Federation

The most effective method of treating allergic diseases is allergen-specific immunotherapy (SIT). To reduce the risk of side effects and improve delivery of allergens to the mucosa, various delivery systems such as liposomes, dendrimers, nanoparticles, etc. can be used. Today, th [....] » Read More

Radhika khanna, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Radhika khanna, Forest Research Institute, India

Great interest has been directed towards plants as a sustainable source of antioxidant and antidiabetic materials. To avoid the destructive harvesting and promote stabilized usage of plant, leaves are used as the prime component for the study. The Phenolic compounds constitute on [....] » Read More

Jan Mohammad Mir, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Jan Mohammad Mir, Islamic University of Science and Technology, India

In the prevailing coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID) times, scientists are eager to develop vaccine against COVID-19, and careful measures are being taken to develop an effective drug. Meanwhile, several antiviral compounds have been repurposed for the COVID-19 treatment, and drug [....] » Read More

Kalirajan Rajagopal, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Kalirajan Rajagopal, JSS Academy of Higher Education & Research, India

In 2020, COVID‐19 has created a major threat to human population across the world. In this pandemic, it is very difficult to discover novel drugs immediately. So, natural remedies for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 has been widely accepted as the rapid way for effecti [....] » Read More

Swati Sachin Mutha, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Swati Sachin Mutha, Vishwakarma University, India

Vesicles are the amphilic structure having aqueous core at the center. These vesicular drug delivery systems(VDDS)have found to be more valuable for controlled drug delivery, generally classified as Lipoidal biocarriers (e.g. Liposomes, ethosomes and transfersomes) and Non-lipoid [....] » Read More

Mitali Bodhankar, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Mitali Bodhankar, Gurunanak College of Pharmacy, India

The state of one's skin has been said to represent one's overall health and age. Nutrition and its effects on the skin have raised the interest of scientists and clinicians around the world for ages. One of the elements that contribute to overall skin health is nutritio [....] » Read More

Bhupendra Gopalbhai Prajapati, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Bhupendra Gopalbhai Prajapati, Ganpat University, India

Liposomes are known to have significance in drug delivery owing to their unique structure prove to be which enables the formulator to choose from both the hydrophilic and hydrophobic drugs as it serves promising for both. Basically, liposomes are vesicular systems which constitut [....] » Read More

P K Suresh, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
P K Suresh, Vellore Institute of Technology, India

As per the WHO statistics, approximately 60% of the currently available anti-cancer chemotherapeutics are natural in origin. Flavonoids and Terpenoids constitute a distinct subset of such natural molecules. These molecules, found in various fruits and vegetables and other plant s [....] » Read More

Ashwini Vijayrao Jadhav, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ashwini Vijayrao Jadhav, Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies, India

 Most commonly used route of administration for drugs is oral route. Poor water solubility or permeability of medications, as well as a wide pH range displayed by the gastro intestinal tract, are all obstacles to oral absorption.Hypertension, which is currently a worldwide e [....] » Read More

Prerna Sharma, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Prerna Sharma, Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy, India

Various non-invasive administrations have recently emerged as an alternative to conventional needle injections. A transdermal drug delivery system (TDDS) represents the most attractive method among these because of its low rejection rate, excellent ease of administration, and sup [....] » Read More

Micheline Khazzaka, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Micheline Khazzaka, Independent researcher, Lebanon

Background: Drug companies rely on their marketing activities to influence physicians. Previous studies showed that pharmaceutical companies succeeded to manage physicians prescribing behavior in developed countries. However, very little studies investigated the impact of phar [....] » Read More

Ali Imran, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ali Imran, Government college University, Pakistan

The current study was designing to explore the impact of pulses flour coating on fries in order to evaluate their impact on short term appetite, postprandial glucose and food intake. In first phase, the pulses (chick pea and mash bean) were procured from local market of Faisalaba [....] » Read More

Andre Luiz Pereira, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Andre Luiz Pereira, Fundacao Hemominas, Brazil

pharmacopollution is a public health and environ-mental outcome of some active pharmaceutical ingredients(API) and endocrine-disrupting compounds (EDC) dispersed through water and/or soil. Its most important sources are thep harmaceutical industry, healthcare facilities (e.g., ho [....] » Read More

Harshal Wadhwani, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Harshal Wadhwani, SGSITS college, India

Information and significance of Artificial intelligence in healthcare industry, its applications, examples, AI used around the world, drug delivery through use of tools requiring intelligence, using AI powered tools in research, AI assisted surgeries.

Durjoy Majumder, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Durjoy Majumder, West Bengal State University, India

Different chemotherapeutic strategies like Maximum Tolerable Dosing (MTD), Metronomic Chemotherapy (MCT), and Antiangiogenic (AAG) drug are available; however, the selection of the best therapeutic strategy for an individual patient remains uncertain till now. Several analytical [....] » Read More

Mohammad Arshad, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Mohammad Arshad, Shaqra University, Saudi Arabia

A series of fifteen computationally bioactive 1,3-thiazolidin-4-ones fused with 1-(pyrimidin-2-yl)-1H-imidazol-4-yl moieties (1–15) were synthetically prepared and assessed for antimicrobial potential against the four strains (two gram-positive and two gram-negative). The s [....] » Read More

Raphael Nudelman, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Raphael Nudelman, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Israel

Nitrosamine impurities have been in the center of the stage of impurities in drug products for the past 3 years. Regulators and industry have been deliberating the methods for determining limits for this special class of mutagenic/carcinogenic impurities. Preliminary guidelines h [....] » Read More

Amelia Pilar Rauter, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Amelia Pilar Rauter, University of Lisbon, Portugal

In the search for new antibiotics with new mechanisms of action to overcome bacterial antibiotic resistance, we present our results based on sugar-based bactericides targeting membrane lipid polymorphism.  The mode of action involves membrane permeabilization by local induct [....] » Read More

Luis Jesus Villarreal Gomez, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Luis Jesus Villarreal Gomez, Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico

Wound dressing technology is of major interest in the actuality in order to avoid undesired effects when burns or skin wounds are treated, especially their risk for microbial contamination and subsequent infection. Hence, silver nanoparticles had claimed importance as an antimicr [....] » Read More

Nahlah Elkudssiah Ismail, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Nahlah Elkudssiah Ismail, Malaysian Academy of Pharmacy, Malaysia

The first case of COVID-19 was reported in Malaysia on 25th January 2020. Since then, multiple series of COVID-19 waves occurred with different SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern dominating. The pandemic COVID-19 hit Malaysia with total cases of 3,528,557 and RT value of 1.02 were re [....] » Read More

Yimam Getaneh Misganie, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Yimam Getaneh Misganie, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

Background: The advent of HAART dramatically reduced the clinical impact of HIV infection.  Dual Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NRTIs) with either protease inhibi­tors (PI) or Non-nucleotide/s Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NNRTIs) are the bac [....] » Read More

Shubhangi B Sutar, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Shubhangi B Sutar, Ashokrao Mane College of Pharmacy, India

Aim and Objective: To remain safe for further processing or human consumption, study of stressed degradation for the identification of feasible degradants is required. The stability indicating high performance thin layer chromatographic method was developed by using Camag HPTLC s [....] » Read More

Manisha Mandal, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Manisha Mandal, MGM Medical College, India

Background and objectives: Different countries, including India witnessed sharp increase in SARS-CoV-2 cases and deaths associated with a rising proportion of B.1.617 variant. The strain was characterized by L452R and E484Q primary mutations in the receptor binding domain (RBD) d [....] » Read More

Nazim Hussain, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Nazim Hussain, North East Frontier Technical University, India

Abstract: The present study evaluated the anticancer effect of methanolic extract of Cordia dichotoma bark (MECD) against Ehrlich ascites carcinoma (EAC) cells induced in albino mice and against human cancer cell lines (MDA-MB-231 and MCF-7 cells). There were significant fall in [....] » Read More

Smita D More, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Smita D More, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India

Present study aims to utilize low temperature hot melt extrusion (HME) as a novel technology to mask bitter taste and also to develop a flexible and palatable solid oral dosage form to improve patient compliance. Pediatric patients need different oral dosage forms than adults due [....] » Read More

Vikas Shrivastava, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Vikas Shrivastava, Amity University, India

Bimetallic nanoparticles comprise two definite metals, having characteristic amalgamation and chemical chronology that give them unique geometry and specific functions. Bi-metallic nanoparticles also referred as doped nanoparticles show increased solubility with reduced particle [....] » Read More

Rajani Chauhan, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Rajani Chauhan, Banasthali Vidyapith, India

The title of the talk include the information available in print meadia and e- media. The journey of Digital Drug Marketing was staretd in 1997 as Food and Drug administration, released guidelines for “Direct-to-Consumer (DTC)” advertising in this year. The talk will [....] » Read More

Ravindra S Shinde, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Ravindra S Shinde, Dayanand Science College, India

Recently, numerous heterocyclic compounds from the series of s-triazine and thiazolidinone have been synthesized and their pharmacological activity has therefore investigated. It has been accomplished that, s-triazine ring frame with thiazolidinone hold a extensive spectrum of bi [....] » Read More

Helena Freitas, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Helena Freitas, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Background: Cancer is the disease that causes the highest numbers of morbidity and mortality in the world, being one of the main symptoms chronic pain. Moderate and severe pain is usually treated with opioids, whose efficacy is proven but with several risks for the patient such a [....] » Read More

Tarek Aboul Fadl, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Tarek Aboul Fadl, Assiut University, Egypt

In recent years, cell cycle and checkpoint pathways regulation are offering new therapeutic approaches against cancer. 2-Indolinone, is a well exploited scaffold in the anticancer domain. Accordingly, the current work describes merged structural hybrids and ligand based design an [....] » Read More

Fatiha Brahmi, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Fatiha Brahmi, University of Bejaia, Algeria

In the present work,two plants from the Mentha genus, collected in Algeria (Mentha spicataL. and Mentha pulegium L.) were examined for radical-scavenging activity (RSA) using 2,2’-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) and 2,2’-azinobis (3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic ac [....] » Read More

Ahmet Dogan Ergin , Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
Oral Presentation
Ahmet Dogan Ergin , Trakya University, Turkey

Microbubble and nanobubble technologies have gotten a lot of interest in recent years because of their vast range of applications in science and technology, including water treatment, biomedical engineering, and nanomaterials. There are also several intriguing physicochemical asp [....] » Read More

Florjana Rustemi, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Oral Presentation
Florjana Rustemi, Albanian University, Albania

This study presents the in vivo and in vitro activity of dihydroanthracene disulfonic acid derivative, a new preparation with patent DE102004003030 A1. The in vivo study was performed in a 61-year-old patient of the UHC “Mother Theresa” Tirana with colon resection and [....] » Read More

Gulsel Yurtdas Kirimlioglu, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Oral Presentation
Gulsel Yurtdas Kirimlioglu, Anadolu University, Turkey

Introduction and aims: Vaginal candidiasis is one of the most prevalent problems that women face throughout their lives. Considering the side effects and drug-drug interactions associated with the oral route, local administration of drugs is a first approach for the manageme [....] » Read More

Sajad Shahbazi, Speaker at Pharma Conferences
Poster Presentation
Sajad Shahbazi, Nencki institue of experimental biology, Poland

Background: NF-kB contributes to the biosynthesis of various chemokines, cytokines, andenzymes. It plays many crucial roles in the upstream neuroinflammatory pathways. Thephosphorylation of Ser32 and 36 residues of IkB subunit leads to disruption of the bind between NF-kB complex [....] » Read More

Rahul Ashok Sachdeo, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Poster Presentation
Rahul Ashok Sachdeo, Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences, India

Solid dispersion technology is the science of dispersing one or more active ingredients in an inert matrix in the solid stage to achieve an increased dissolution rate or sustained release of drug, altered solid state properties and improved stability. Fenofibrate (FNO), a pro-dru [....] » Read More

Zohre Eftekhari, Speaker at Pharmaceutical Conference
Poster Presentation
Zohre Eftekhari, Pasteur Institute of Iran, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Streptococcus pneumoniae remains a primary cause of many diseases that leads to mortality worldwide. This study aimed to assess the effects of saponin encapsulated by ferritin nanoparticles on pulmonary changes induced by Streptococcus pneumoniae in NMRI mice. After fabrication a [....] » Read More

Ramandeep Kaur, Speaker at Drug Delivery Events
E Poster Presentation
Ramandeep Kaur, ASBASJSM College of Pharmacy, India

 Microsponges drug delivery, because of their benefits has got a lot of potential and is very emerging field have been leading researchers around the globe to investigate them as drug carrier. Microsponges are polymeric drug delivery system composed of porous microspheres. T [....] » Read More