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Natural Pharma at MET

A seminar on “Phytopharmaceuticals- An Overview was organised by MET Institute of Pharmacy (Degree), on 15th February 2013. The seminar intended to give an insight into the various aspects of crude drug identification, isolation and standardisation in order to develop phytopharmaceuticals. This seminar was attended by students and faculty members of various Pharmacy colleges. The various topics of the seminar educated the attendees on the research potential in the field of natural products. The seminar comprised of renowned and experienced speakers with a deep pool of knowledge.

Dr. Narendra Bhatt, Head and Ayurvedic Consultant, CRIA Care Pvt. Ltd. delivered a talk on “Ayurvedic Dosage Forms – Pharmaceutical Challenges”.He emphasized on the scientific value of traditional medicines.He elaborated on the challenges faced in using Ayurvedic medicines and their translation into the modern dosage forms.

The second speaker, Dr. Pratima Tatke, Associate Professor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, C. U. Shah College of Pharmacy shared her experience by summarizing on “Standardisation of herbal products using phytomarkers by HPLC/ HPTLC” in a student friendly manner Scientific session II witnessed an informative and an interactive talk by Dr. Renuka Munshi, Associate Professor in Clinical Pharmacology, TNMC & BYL Nair Hospital on “Challenges in Phytopharnaceutical Research – Biological Aspects”. Her content focused on the various issues faced during the clinical trials of phytopharnaceuticals. The concluding seminar was presented by Dr. K. S. Laddha, Professor of Pharmacognosy, ICT on “Phytochemical Reference Substances – Extraction, Isolation & Application in Herbal Analysis”. He emphasized on the importance of quality control parameters and role of reference substances in development of phytopharmaceuticals. It was indeed a great learning platform for all.

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