Mangaluru: Srinivas College of Pharmacy organizes national seminar on 'Herbal Drug Research'

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Mangaluru, Dec 9: “For a successful researcher; firm ambition, sincerity and honesty is a must,” said Dr Arun B Joshi, professor and head, department of Pharmacognosy, Goa College of Pharmacy, Panaji, Goa who addressed the delegates in the inaugural function and lit the lamp at a national seminar on Herbal Drug Research -Opportunities And Challenges organized by Srinivas College of Pharmacy here in association with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bengaluru and Indian Pharmaceutical Association, DK District local branch, Mangaluru on December 9. Joshi presented a gave a talk on 'Identification of Phytomedicine by spectral studies'.

"Continuous effort and hard work is required to achieve success in herbal research," said Dr A R Shabaraya, principal and director, Srinivas College of Pharmacy and president, IPA, DK District local branch in his presidential remarks.

Dr Chandrashekar R, department of Pharmacology, A J Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Mangaluru called upon the young researchers to take up challenges in herbal research as an opportunity in healthcare system and gave a talk on 'Development of Ayurvedic dosage for the diseases asthma, cancer, paralysis and hypertension."

Dr Ravi Rao S, professor and vice-principal, Alvas Ayurveda Medical College, Moodbidri gave a talk on 'Role of Ethonomedicine in Herbal Drug Research'.

Dr U Srinivasa, professor, Srinivas College of Pharmacy welcomed and introduced the guests. Charutha Reji and Keerthana anchored the programme. Dr Krishnananda Kamath K, associate professor proposed the vote of thanks. 200 delegates from Pharmacy colleges of Karnataka and Kerala attended the programme.


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