Report

on the 4 th scientific conference with international participation

"Scientific and technological progress and optimization of technological processes of creation of drugs"

29-30 September 2011

 

In the congress center of educational and recreational complex " Chervona Kalina " Ternopil State Medical University I.Y. Horbachevsky 29-30 September 2011 held the 4th scientific-practical conference with international participation "Scientific and technological progress and optimization of technological processes of creation of drugs."

 

 

 

 

Scientific conference held staff of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Faculty of Pharmacy.

A plenary session:

-         Current status and prospects of the pharmaceutical industry in Ukraine.

A roundtable on "Using nanotechnology to create new medicines."

 

 

A breakout session:

-         -Research
-Problems of Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Analysis;

We discuss the poster presentations, the conference adopted a resolution.

 

 

 

The conference was attended by 234 participants, including the vice-rector for research and educational work and implementing new technologies Ternopil State Medical University named after I.Y. Horbachevsky, Professor V.P. Martsenyuk, Head of Pharmacology Department of the National Medical University O.O. Bogomoletz, a member of the NAS and AMS of Ukraine, Honored Scientist of Ukraine, Professor I.S. Chekman, Head of the Department of National Economics University of Pharmacy A.S. Nemchenko, Adviser to the Minister of Health of Ukraine for Pharmacy K.O. Kosyachenko, head of the department of management and marketing of Pharmacy National University of Pharmacy, Professor Z.M. Mnushko, national deputy of Ukraine of the 5th convocation Professor Michael Syatynya and others.

Proceedings published in the book of abstracts "Scientific and technological progress and optimization of technological processes of creation of drugs." The conference demonstrated exhibition production firm "Artery Medica 'and publishers' Ukrmedknyha."