College of Pharmaceutical Sciences
National Awareness QUIZ on COVID-19
COLLEGE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES DAYANANDA SAGAR UNIVERSITY Organises National Awareness QUIZ on COVID-19
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Faculty, Research Scholars, Students & Industry Persons of Pharma/Medical/ Nursing/LifeSciences/All Sciences
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Date: 14th to 20th May 2020
Guest lecture on “Current Status of Medical Device Regulations in India”
A Guest talk entitled “Current Status of Medical Device Regulations in India” was arranged by Mr. Ramakrishna Prudhivi of CoPS on 21st December, 2019 in seminar hall, Nursing building.
Dr. Ramaiah M, Technical Lead, HCL company Ltd, Speaker of the day delivered a talk on the importance of regulations on medical devices and role of health care professionals in patient safety regarding the use of medical devices. He highlighted functions of CDSCO (Central Drug Standard Control Organization), the professional institutions on medical devices and career opportunities in regulatory medical devices sector.
The students were enlightened with the importance of the regulations of usage of medical devises in India.
All Pharm. D students and pharmacy practice faculty participated in the guest talk got the awareness on importance of regulation guidelines on medical devices.
Guest lecture on “Interpretation of standard treatment guidelines”
Dr. Karthik Rakam had delivered a talk on “Interpretation of standard treatment guidelines” on 05th December, 2019 in Nursing campus of Dayananda Sagar University, Bengaluru. All Pharm D students along with faculty of pharmacy practice department actively participated in this guest talk. The speaker highlighted the importance of following and updating the knowledge on therapeutic guidelines in the daily ward practice. He also demonstrated various live examples of pharmacist interventions observed and noticed by Pharm D professionals. In addition to that, he emphasized on self-learning and motivation that creates a good impact on Pharm D professionals. This will be helpful in getting recognized and placed in good positions in tertiary care hospitals.
Report of Workshop on Epilepsy Awareness Program 28th November 2019
The session commenced with the lightening of lamp by the dignitaries and an invocation song rendered by Miss. Vidhathri, followed with a warm welcome address by Dr.V.Murugan, Dean, School of Health Sciences, DSU. Chief guest Dr. H C Venkatesh Vikaram, Medical Director, Sagar Hospitals, Bengaluru, specified an overview about the implication of workshop. Dr. K. Muthuchelian, Pro Vice Chancellor, DSU, emphasized the importance of attaining medical assistance during the epileptic attack and societal view upon the epilepsy patients. Dr. Ramanath K V, convenor of the Workshop, delivered vote of thanks. A total of 130 delegates from college of Pharmaceutical Sciences, DSU attended the Workshop. The Delegates attended were students of Pharm.D., and faculty members.
Scientific session was taken up by Dr. Kalyani Karkare, Consultant Neurologist and Epileptologist Sagar Hospitals, Bengaluru, endow an overall presentation on Epilepsy and seizures, and its common types, distinguish between different kind’s seizure attacks. Procedure taken during attack, current available advanced therapy, and also clarified the myths regarding epilepsy in society. Mr. Murlidharan V, Treasurer, IEA Bengaluru Chapter. He gave a brief history of Epilepsy and demonstrated different types of Epileptic attacks. Dr. Anitha Mahadevan, Pathologist NIMHANS, Bengaluru, and her team explained the anatomy and physiology of various internal organs specimens (Brain, Heart, Lungs, and Other animal Brain).
Conference on “Personalized Medicine and its Importance to Optimize Drug Therapy”
The session commenced with the lightening of lamp by the dignitaries and an invocation song rendered by Miss. Vidhathri, followed with a warm welcome address by Dr. V. Murugan, Dean, School of Health Sciences, DSU. Chief guest Dr. Rakesh Gollen, Director - Pharmacokinetics, Synteract, USA, instilled in the young minds to question on their necessity of cognizance and steer themselves to attain the same. Dr. K. Muthuchelian, Pro Vice Chancellor, DSU, pronounced target oriented dosing with molecular insight and species variation to maneuver medication regimen. Dr. A.N.N. Murthy, Vice Chancellor, DSU, called-in for the necessity to create Industry Interaction cell, in order to abreast on the current trends of evolving scientific domain as the inputs of research are multi-disciplinary.
Dean's presentation in Bangkok
Dr.V.Murugan, Dean College of Pharamceutical Sciences, Bengaluru was invited as a speaker and Guest of Honour for the two day International Conference organised by Society of Pharmaceutical Education & Research [SPER-BANGKOK, 3rd & 4th October 2019] in collaboration with Thai Industrial Pharmacists Association on the theme "Fostering Pharmaceutical Innovations to bridge the Gap in Pharmaceutical Research and Industry" at Narai Hotel, Bangkok. The conference was organised with the purpose of comprehending the vital role and importance of pharmacy and biological research in the development of novel dosage forms. The main objective of the conference was to impart a scientific basis for the integration of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences to further contribute in the development of patient-oriented therapies. As a Speaker he delivered a key note on the title "Simultaneous estimation of Alogliptin and Metformin in Pharmaceutical dosage form by High Performance Thin layer Chromatography" (HPTLC). The objective of the work was to develop and validate the HPTLC method for the simultaneous estimation of Alogliptin (ALG) and Metformin (MET) in a pharmaceutical dosage form. The Chromatographic separation was achieved on TLC aluminum plates precoated with silica gel G60 F254 as the stationary phase. The mobile phase consisted of Methanol: Tetrahydrofuran: Ammonium formate in the ratio of 3:5.5:2.5 v/v/v. The method was found to be linear in the concentration range of 0.225-1.12µg/spot for ALG and 9-45 µg/spot for MET and the correlation coefficient were found to be 0.998 for ALG and 0.992 for MET. The % RSD values were found to be within the acceptance criteria, the low % RSD indicates that proposed method is precise as per ICH guidelines. The accuracy of the method was determined and the mean recovery of ALG was 99.25-101.35% and MET was 100.49-101.79%. LOD and LOQ values were found to be 0.002 µg/spot and 0.05 µg/spot for ALG, 0.04µg/spot and 0.1 µg/spot for MET. The method reported is accurate, precise and linear for the estimation of Alogliptin and Metformin in Pharmaceutical dosage form.
Intercollege Competition Feb 2018
Students of College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, DSU had participated in inter-college competition 'PES ASPIRATIONS 2018' on 10th and 11th Feb 2018 conducted by PES college of pharmacy in PESIT, Bengaluru and have won prizes in various events like Debate, Brainstorming, Quiz, Solo song, Street play & have been awarded overall 1st runner-up Trophy.
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