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The NIPER-Hyderabad offers the opportunity for participation in several workshops. Workshops cover a specific topic of interest. Talks have a strong tutorial character aiming at introducing a specific field to the participants. Emphasize is put on interaction between the presenter and the audiance advocating discussions.
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Seminars & Workshops During the Year 2010
Title Speaker Name Date
Workshop Drug Discovery : D4PS - 2010  (Module III) 26th & 27th Nov. 2010
Ethics in Animal Experimentation Dr. Vyas M Shingatgeri 25th Nov. 2010
Workshop Drug Discovery : D4PS - 2010  (Module II) 12th & 13th Nov. 2010
Drug Discovery - Concept to Market Dr. James H Wible 23rd Oct. 2010
Workshop Drug Discovery : D4PS - 2010  (Module I) 8th & 9th Oct. 2010
The Role of an Organic Chemist in Drug Discovery: From Chirality to Automation Dr. S. Chandrasekhar
Deputy Director, IICT, Hyderabad
28th Sep, 2010
Deregulation of energy metabolism in pathology - an examination of interacting players at organism and cellular level Prof. V.Laxmipathi
Retd. Professor, Kakatiya University,Warangal
25th Sep. 2010
Study and Research in Germany Mrs. Anuroopa Dixit
Scholarship Programme, DAAD India
24th Sep. 2010
4th Aug. 2010
Workshop Computer Aided Drug Design and Development ( CAD3 - 2010 ) 30th April - 2nd May, 2010
CADD and Synthesis of Anti-diabetic drugs Prof. Prasad V.Bharatam
Dept. of Medicinal Chemistry,NIPER-Mohali
6th Mar 2010
Old Drugs:New applications Prof. Jean Daniel Brion
Professor of Pharmacy,
Institute Paris South,France
5th Mar 2010
Cytochrome P450 2C9: Kinetics,Pharmacogenetics and Their Influence on Drug Disposition and Drug Interactions Prof. Timothy S.Tracy
Head, Dept. of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology,University of Minnesota
23rd Feb 2010
Computational Methods in Drug Design,Disposition and Developments Prof. Prasad V.Bharatam
Dept. of Medicinal Chemistry,NIPER-Mohali
8th Feb 2010
International Symposium 4th CRSI-RSC Symposim in Chemistry 4th Feb 2010
Telomerase-A New Marker and Target in Cancer and Aging Dr Krishna R.Devarakonda
Clinical Pharmacology Fellow,Coviddien Pharmaceuticals,Missouri,USA
13th Jan 2010
Research Methodologies in IPR Prof.Sridhar Acharyulu
NALSAR University
12th Jan 2010


Following Lectures were given at Workshop on Drug Discovery : D4PS-2010 (Module III)
Title ( D4PS -2010 :: Module III) Speaker Name
Drug Discovery and Development - An Overview Dr. J.B Gupta
Biopharmaceutical issues in Preclinical Drug Development Dr. Swaroop Kumar 
Incozen Therapeutics
Target Identification and Validation (Structural Biology) Dr. Shashivardhan and Dr. Anthony 
Drug Screening (Vaccines, Biologies, Small Molecules) & Lead Identification - Overview Dr. Rajesh Karan 
Ethical Issues in Animal Experimentation Dr. Giridaran 
Significance of Safety Pharmacology Dr. Vyas M Shingatgeri
In-vitro Methods in DMPK and Introduction on Calculation of FIH dose : Case Study Dr. Subramanian 
Toxicology Testing : Methodology and Regulatory Perspective Dr. Dinesh Kumar 
PSpecial Toxicology Studies : Mutagenicity & Carcinogenecity Prof. V. Laxmipathi 
Kakatiya University
Role of Statistics in Preclinical Research Dr. Ashwini
General principles of GLP Toxicology and their applications Dr. Venugopal Peta
Principles of Good Laboratory Practice - OECD Perspective" and "Standard Operating Procedures Dr. Geetha Rajashekar
Qualtox Consultancy

Following Lectures were given at Workshop on Drug Discovery : D4PS-2010 (Module II)
Title (D4PS-2010 :: Module II) Speaker Name
New Products Generation - Novel Drug Delivery Systems, New Formulations, New Combinations with Introduction to new Technologies Amit Khanna, 
Novartis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.
Multifunctional Nano-Carriers Prof. Devraj Rambhau,
Advisor - Novel Drug Delivery Systems Division
Nano Drug Delivery for Better Therapeutic Endpoint Dr. Apte 
In Vitro In Vivo Correlation (IVIVC) Dr. J. Ashok Raj
NDDS from Concept to Clinical Development  Dr. Jagannath Kota and Mr. Parag Borde
Programmable Drug Delivery - Pulsatile and Feedback Control Mechanisms Prof. Y.M.Rao
Kakatiya University
Novel Platform for Oral Delivery in Generic and Paediatric Patients-FDts Dr. Nalini Shastry
Nuclear Medicine Imaging and Gamma - Scintigraphy- A non invasive technique for evaluating Novel Drug Delivery Systems Dr. Ajay K Singh
DRDO, Delhi

Following Lectures were given at Drug Discovery : D4PS -2010 Module I

Title (D4PS-2010 :: Module I) Speaker Name
Drug Discovery and Development - An Overview Ashwini Mathur and Amit Khanna,
Novartis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.
Target Identification and validation in drug discovery Manika Pal Bhadra,
IICT, Hyderabad
SGLT-1: A Novel target for drug development in cardiomyopathy Sanjay K. Banerjee Ramalingaswami
Fellow (DBT), IICT
Lead Identification and Optimization Dr. S. CHANDRASEKHAR,
Scientist G, IICT
Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, Role in Drug Discovery to Development Jagannath Kota PhD,
Senior Scientist,Novartis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.
Guest Professor, NIPER-HYDERABAD
Chemical Biology to Drug Discovery in the Post-Genomic Era Prabhat Arya,
Opportunities in New Drug Discovery from Natural Products And Traditional Systems of Medicine in India Dr.J.Madhusudan Rao,
Preclinical and Clinical Drug Development  Dr.Vinu Jose,
Novartis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.
Regulatory Perspective of Drug Development Amit Khanna,
Novartis HealthCare Pvt. Ltd.
Molecular Modeling (QSAR, Docking Studies, Molecular Dynamics G.Narahari Sastry,
Molecular Modeling :Theory and Case Studies Hemant Kumar Srivastava,

Following Lectures were given at Workshop on CAD3-2010

Title (CAD3-2010) Speaker Name
Current Trends in Structure Based Drug Design Dr. Gopalkrishnan Bulusu,
Priniciple Scientist, Life Sciences, TCS Innovation Labs
Virtual Library Generation and Screening Dr. Sami Mukhopadhyay,
VLife Sciences, Pune
Introduction to Chemo-informatics and Pharmacophore Modeling Dr. Sami Mukhopadhyay,
VLife Sciences, Pune
Computer Aided Drug Design : Case Studies Dr. Ravindra Dayam,
Associate Director - Informatics, GVK Biosciences
Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship and its application Mr. Ravi Shekar,
Application Scientist, VLife Sciences
CAD3 : An Example of How Chemistry Impacts Other Disciplines Dr. G. Narahari Sastry,
Scientist , IICT, Hyderabad

Following Lectures were given at 4th CRSI-RSC Symposium in Chemistry - 2010

Title (4th CRSI-RSC Symposium in Chemistry - 2010) Speaker Name
Commercialising Chemistry Professor Graham Richards
Oxford University
Peptide Nucleic Acid (PNA) analogs: Designs with purpose K.N. Ganesh
Distilling 1-Alkyl-3-methylimidazolium Tetrafluoroborate Ionic Liquids at UHV: A Surprising Result Dr Peter Licence
University of Nottingham
Structure and Electronic properties of Modified DNA" Professor Swapan Pati
JNCASR, Bangalore
F-block metal complexes with N-heterocyclic carbene ligands; lability and small molecule activation Professor Polly Arnold
Edinburgh University
Anion Recognition In Molecular Capsule Professor Pradyut Ghosh
IACS, Kolkata
Royal Dutch Shell and the Energy Challenge "Metal Nanoparticle And Polymer Composites For Chemical And Biological Applications " Dr Hugo Vits
Shell Technology India
Protein Engineering and Synthetic Biology in Bioelectronic Communication Professor Elizabeth Hall
Cambridge University
Tandem Reactions for the Synthesis of Oxa- and Aza-cycles Professor Santosh Gharpure
IIT Madras

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