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Welcome to SFE, Jhansi- 2014
On behalf of Society for Ethnopharmacology, India and Institute of Biomedical Sciences & Vaidya
Ram Naryan Sharma Institute of Ayurved and Alternate Medical Education and Research,
Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, we welcome all of you for participating in the National Conference
of Society for Ethnopharmacology, Jhansi Chapter being organized at the Jhansi, during November
14-15, 2014. The conference will highlight on the development of traditional medicines, herbal
formulations, dietary supplements, phytoceuticals and pharmaceuticals from natural sources. The
promotion of indigenous medicinal system in primary health care is an integrated scope of
Ethnopharmacology. This conference will focus on the rejuvenation of traditional medicines and will
address several crucial and contemporary issues on globalization of natural products. This conference
will provide an ideal platform to the participants for presenting their research work, interaction,
debate and dissemination of ideas amongst the distinguished professionals, eminent scientists,
technologist and industrialist. We want to invite you all to join this conference and fulfill the mission
of Society for Ethnopharmacology (SFE-India) on “Globalizing Local Knowledge and Localizing
Global Technologies” through dissemination of knowledge for promotion of Ethnopharmacology,
medicinal plants and natural products.
Dr. Pulok K Mukherjee, PhD, FRSC
Secretary
Society for Ethnopharmacology, India
Dr. Rambir Singh, PhD
Organizing Secretary
SFE - National Conference, Jhansi Chapter
About the conference
Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being of an individual. Diseases are one
of the major threats to human health. Therapeutic intervention is essentially required when the
preventive approach for maintenance of health are not enough to achieve the desired goals.
Discovery and development of new therapeutic agents has been a continuing process. In-spite
In
of the
fact large numbers of therapeutic molecules are being added in human health care programmes, the
thrust for safer and effective medicines is increasing. The toxic effects associated with purified
molecules of synthetic origin necessitated research on holistic and ethnophamacological
ethnophama
approaches
of drug discovery and development.
The conference focuses on the prospects of Ethnopharmacology & Biotechnology in providing
holistic solutions to health care needs as well as the challenges asso
associated
ciated with Ethnopharmacology &
Biotechnology based drug development. Oral and poster presentation on various topics are invited on the
followings thrust areas:
The thrust areas of the conference:
Ethnopharmacology in drug discovery and development
Drug Research in Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, Homeopathy and alternative systems
Ayurgenomics in drug discovery and development
Biotechnology in drug discovery and development
Opportunities in herbal medicine research
Documentation and validation of indigeno
indigenous knowledge
IP rights, patents and regulatory affairs of medicinal and aromatic plants (MAP)
Herbal medicines from traditional knowledge to global commodities
Integrative approach in healthcare - the future of medicine
Identification, isolation and characterization of phytochemicals with therapeutic potential
Evaluation of safety and biological activity in medicinal plants and traditional medicine
Evaluation and conservation of biodiversity as source of bioactive phytochemicals
Organizers
Society for Ethnopharmacology (SFE) is constituted by the eminent
academicians, researchers, industrialists with the vision of providing an
environment
for
knowledge
sharing
among
researchers,
healthcare
healthcare-
practitioners, and decision
decision-makers
makers interested in Ethnopharmacology.
Ethnopharmacolo
The
Society is registered under the West Bengal Society Registration act 1961. The
main motto of the society is promotion and development of traditional
medicine and medicinal plants through dissemination of knowledge and research collaboration and
cooperation – “Globalizing local knowledge and localizing global technologies”. The society
organizes conferences, seminars, symposiums, workshops etc in different parts of India for
discussion and sharing knowledge on different issues on cultivation, product
production,
ion, quality evaluation,
safety, clinical studies, biological screening and several other issues of natural product research. The
Society helps to inculcate the modern global knowledge on herb, herbal remedies, herbal quality
assurance, herbal trade and commerce,
mmerce, and herbal drug development, so that the person with local
knowledge can be upgraded. It forms a bridge between the academic and industry to gather scientific
and teaching professional in Ethnopharmacology and also professional of other area interested
intere
in
developing cost effective natural remedies, under one umbrella. The society also provides various
scholarships and awards to the deserving students and scientists jointly with other organizations. For
further details please visit www.ethnopharmacology.in
Bundelkhand University
Situated in the lap of Kamason Hills of Jhansi, Bundelkhand University is an eminent institute of
higher learning imparting quality education in conventional basic sciences and emerging but
interdisciplinary applied subjects. Due to its academic & administrative infrastructure and standards
it has been accredited with NAAC and ranked as number 1 university for consecutively for 03 years,
amongst the state govt. universities of Uttar Pradesh. The Bundelkhand University came into
existence on August 26, 1975, vide Government of Uttar Pradesh Notification No. 10/15-60/74 under
the provision of the U.P. Universities Act. The University comprises of 26 Institutes of Higher
Learning with 104 study programmes ranging from Undergraduate, Post Graduate, M.Phil and
Doctoral levels.
On account of its noteworthy achievements, the Bundelkhand University received recognition under
Section 12 B of the University Grants Commission and the courses are approved by AICTE,
Pharmacy Council of India, Bar Council, NCTE and other concerned agencies, wherever applicable.
For further details please visit: www.bujhansi.org
Institute of Biomedical Sciences (Change Photo)
Institute Biomedical Sciences was incepted at Bundelkhand University in 2002 with aim to gain
insight in the life process and creative innovations for drug formulations and re-engineering the
medicine pathways. The department is steadily surging ahead to become source of major scientific
hub for understanding biological phenomenon for prevention of diseases. The Institute is second
after Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research, University of Delhi, to start post graduate
and research degree program in Biomedical Sciences in the country. The institute is offering Ph.D,
M.Sc. and B.Sc. degree program in Biomedical Sciences. The Institute has produced University
toppers in M.Sc. and B.Sc. examinations consecutively in the year 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012. More than
50 students have been qualified CSIR/ICMR NET/GATE examination. In short span of its existence,
the institute has established quality infrastructure for research & development. The Institute is having
sprawling lawns, six well equippted laboratories, four state of the art class rooms, library, computer
center and other facilities required for teaching & research. Faculty members are engaged in research
in the area of Antimicrobial, Antidiabetic and Immunomodulatory activity of herbal formulation,
cytotoxic analysis of pastecide and antioxidant study of various herbal and synthetic molecules. They
have got research projects from CSIR, DST, UGC and other funding agencies. Institute earned
National and International fame by organizing three National and two International Conferences on
Emerging Areas in Biomedical & Therapeutic Sciences.
Vaidya RN Sharma Institute of Ayurved
& Alternate Medical Education &
Research
Vaidya RN Sharma Institute of Ayurved &
Alternate Medical Education & Research
was
established
on
the
campus
to
rediscover ayurvedic & other traditional
system of medicine. The institute was
established
Bundelkhand
though
MOU
University
between
and
Sree
Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan, Jhansi. The
research focus of the institute is to establish the claims of traditional therapeutics in terms of modern
system of medicine. This fusion of traditional system with modern system of medicine holds the
promise of proving new therapeutic leads for treatment of incurable disorders. The institute is aimed
to explore the medicinal flora as well the traditional health practices of the Bundelkhand region of
central India.
Organizing Committee
Patron
Prof. Avinash C Pandey,
Vice Chancellor
Chairpersons
Prof SP Singh, Dean Science, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi
Dr. Pulok K Mukherjee, Secretary, Society for Ethnopharmacology, India, Kolkata.
Organizing Secretary
Dr. Rambir Singh
Joint Secretaries
Dr. Poonam Sharma, Dr. Lavkush Dwivedi
Local Advisory Committee
Prof. Pankaj Atri
Prof. OP Kandari
Dr. Sanjeev Srivastva
Dr. Anu Singhla
Prof. RK Saxena
Prof. ML Maurya
Prof. VK Sehgal
Prof. Aparna Raj
Prof. Poonam Puri
Prof. AK Saxena
Prof. Dheer Singh
Prof. Rochna Srivastva
Prof. Sunil Kabia
Prof. Sunil Prajapati
Dr. Ramesh kumar
Dr. Vinay Chauhan
Dr. Gajala Rijvi
Dr. Kamlesh Bilgaiyan
Dr. Rishi Saxena
Dr. Vineet Kumar
Dr. Iqbal Khan
Er. Brajendra Shukla
Finance Officer and Registrar,
Bundelkhand University
National and International Advisory Committee
Dr. P. Banerji, President – SFE, India
Prof. Anna K. Jäger, President, International Society
for Ethnopharmacology, UK
Mr. Sibeswar Saha, Mentor- SFE, India
Mrs. Sibylle U Saha, Mentor- SFE, India
Prof. Michael Heinrich, University of London, UK
Prof. Yeong Shik Kim, Seoul National University,
Korea
Dr. Alain Touwaide, Institute for the Preservation
of Medical Traditions, Washington, DC, USA
Dr. Ram Vishwakarma, Director, IIIM, Jammu
Dr. T. K. Mukherjee, Former Editor, Indian
Journal of Traditional Knowledge, New Delhi
Sh. Anurag Sharma, Managing Director,
Sree Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan, Jhansi
Prof. Sudhir Meshram, Vice Chancellor, NMU,
Jalgaon
Prof. KC Gupta, Director, IITR, Lucknow
Prof. GL Sharma, IGIB, CSIR, Delhi
Prof. SJS Flora, DRDE, Gwalior
Dr. Pratibha M Luthra, ACBR, University of
Delhi
Dr. G. Bhanuprakash Reddy, NIN, Hyderabad
Dr. M. Aslam, DBT, New Delhi
Dr. B. Suresh, President, Pharmacy Council of India
Prof. CK Kokate, Belgaum, Karnataka
Prof. AK Bhatnagar, University of Delhi
Prof. GBSK Prasad, Jiwaji University, Gwalior
Prof. Arun Pandey, University of Delhi
Prof. MP Balasubraminain, University of
Madras, Chennai
Dr. S. K. Sharma, Former Advisor, Dept. of
AYUSH, Govt. of India
Dr. Bibhuti Bh. Kakoti, Coordinator, SFEDibrugarh
Dr. Chandana C Barua, Coordinator, SFEGuwahati
Dr. D. Chamundeeswari, Coordinator, SFEChennai
Dr. Raman Dang, Coordinator, SFE- Bangalore
Dr. Sathiyanarayan L, Coordinator, SFE-Pune
Dr. Umesh K. Patil, Coordinator, SFE Sagar,
India
Dr. UC Lavania, CIMAP, Lucknow
Prof. Karan Singh, Dev Sanskriti Vishva
Vidhyalaya, Haridwar
Dr. Rajiv Dahiya, President, Association of
Pharmacy Professional, Bhopal
Dr. Battu Ganga Rao, Coordinator, SFE,
Vishakhapattanam
Dr. P. N. Murthy, Coordinator, SFE- Orissa
Dr. Prakash Itankar, Coordinator, SFE- Nagpur
Dr. Preeti Kothiyal, Coordinator, SFE- Dehradun
Dr. Surender Singh, Coordinator, SFE-New Delhi
Dr. Sailendra Saraf, Coordinator, SFE-Raipur
Registration and Accommodation
Registration is required for attending /presenting a paper during the conference. The participants are
requested to register online by visiting the conference website by clicking registration.
The
participants may also register by sending the electronic copy of the registration form available at
conference website.
Papers are invited preferably on the thrust area of the conference. However, abstracts in related area
may also be considered by the screening committee. The abstract (approx of 500 words including
figure) typed in 12 font size in Times New Roman with 1.5 line space may be submitted as an
attachment at the time of online registration or offline via email at [email protected]ail.com, by
October 30, 2014. For offline registration, the participant may download the word format of the
registration form, fill it in word formats and send via email along with requisite attachments. For
offline registration, the form should be filled and submitted in word format only.
Interested authors may contribute full length papers for publication in J of Biomedical & Therapeutic
Sciences
(ISSN
No
2321
–
4635),
without
any
publication
fee.
For
details
visit:
http://www.pubs.iscience.in/journal/index.php/jbts
The SFE India shall provide one ‘Young Investigator Lecture Award and 03 best poster awards’.
Registration fee
The registration fee may be paid through online bank transfer/Cash Transfer/Demand Draft/Multi
city Cheque. The account detail is as below:
Name and
Address of Bank:
Account Name:
Account No:
IFSC Code:
State Bank of India, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi
National Conference on Ethnopharmacology
33893361136
SBIN0003808
The cheque/DD should be in favor of ‘Finance Officer, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi payable at
Jhansi. The DD/Cheque should be sent to the conference secretariat along with a copy of registration
form. The registration confirmation shall be accorded only after receipt of registration fee in the
conference account. The payment made through multicity cheque is subjected to additional clearance
charges to be paid by the participant on his/her arrival at Jhansi.
Registration type
Students participants
On or Before October 30,2014
SFE/ISE Member Non Member
Rs. 1500
Rs.2200
SFE/ISE
Member
Rs. 2500
On the spot
Non Member
Rs.3200
Delegates from
Academia
Delegates from Industry
Accompanying Person
Foreign Delegates
Note:
Membership
Rs. 3000
Rs.4000
Rs. 4500
Rs.5500
Rs. 5,000
USD 300
Rs.8000
Rs. 2000
USD 400
Rs. 10,000
USD 500
Rs.12,000
Rs. 3000
USD 600
of
SFE,
India
is
required
for
participation.
For
details,
please
visit www.ethnopharmacology.in
In case of bulk/group registration (more than 10 participants) from an Institute, special discount in
registration fee shall be offered. Please contact to the conference secretariat for further detail.
Accommodations:
The Conference Secretariat may arrange the accommodation on request of the participants, at the
following room tariffs. The interested participants may fill be the accommodation details in the
registration form and pay the required amount along with the registration fee. To ensure confirmed
accommodations, the participants are requested to register early.
Rates quoted are:
•
Per room per night
•
In Indian Rupees including all taxes
•
Subject to availability
•
Based on single/double/twin occupancy
Room Category
Hostel (shared with common facilities)
Tariff plans (In Indian Rupees)
Rs. 250/-
Teachers’ Guest House (shared with common Rs. 500/facilities)
Standard Room
Rs. 1500/Deluxe Room
Rs. 2500/-
Payment of accommodation charges
The accommodation should be booked as early as possible, by paying the requisite charges along
with the registration fee. Late bookings can be made through the Conference Secretariat after 30th
October 2014 but are subject to availability of accommodation. The accommodation will not be
confirmed until a deposit of one night’s tariff is received. In case of early arrivals, the delegates must
inform to the conference secretariat and settle the balance of their account with the conference
secretariat/Hotel upon check in. In case of late arrivals, the delegates must inform to the conference
secretariat, in advance, failing which his/her booking may be cancelled. Any change in bookings
must be made in writing to the Conference Secretariat
Cancellations
Refund of 50% shall be made all cancellations for registration and accommodation made by 30th
October 2014. No refunds shall be made thereafter.
Speakers:
List of speakers
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Name & Address
Dr. Ram Vishwakarma,
Director, IIIM, Jammu,
Prof. GL Sharma,
Dy Director, Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology, CSIR, New Delhi.
Prof. YK Gupta, (Requested)
AIIMS, New Delhi.
Dr. K Satyanarayana,
DHR, Delhi
Dr. Mitali Mukerjii,
Ayurgenomics Unit, IGIB, Delhi
Dr. Bhawna Parashar,
Ayurgenomics Unit, IGIB, Delhi
Prof. GBSK Prasad,
Department of Biochemistry, Jiwaji University, Gwalior
Prof. SJS Flora,
Medicinal Chemistry Division, DRDE, Gwalior
Dr. AB Pant,
IITR, Lucknow
Dr. VK Khanna,
IITR, Lucknow
Dr. VP Sharma,
IITR, Lucknow
Dr. Devendra Parmar,
IITR Lucknow
Dr. Iqbal Ahmad,
Dept. of Agricultural Microbiology, AMU, Aligarh
Dr. PM Luthra,
ACBR, University of Delhi, Delhi
Dr. AK Bhatnagar,
Dept. of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi
Dr. SK Goel,
Dept. of Biochemistry, AIIMS, Bhopal
Dr. PMS Chauhan , (Requested)
Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow
Prof. Rup Lal
Dept. of Zoology, University of Delhi, India
Dr. Rajneesh K Mishra
IIT Indore, India
Dr. Ganesh Pandey, FNA, (Requested)
Centre for Biomed. Resonance, Lucknow, India
Dr. S K Puri, (Requested)
CSIR-CDRI Lucknow, India
Dr T Narender
CSIR-CDRI Lucknow, India
Prof. NG Ramesh,
IIT Delhi, India
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
Dr Anad Kar
School of Life Sciences, Devi Ahilya University , Indore
Prof. Pawan Mehrotra, (Requested)
ICGEB, Delhi
Dr. Sarwat Sultana
Department of Medical Elementology and Toxicology, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi
Prof. S.K. Jain, (Requested)
Head, Department of Biotechnology, Jamia Humdard, Delhi
Dr K.K. Pillai, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi
Dr S. Raisuddin, (Requested)
Department of Medical Elementology and Toxicology Jamia Millia Islamia,Delhi
Dr Jawaid Ahmad Khan, (Requested)
Head, Department of Biosciences, Jamia Millia Islamia, Jamia Nagar
Places to visit
Jhansi (Change photo, give fort photo)
Jhansi is a historical place of India,, known by the name of the ‘Fiery Queen, Maharani Lakshmi Bai ‘
‘The
he Jhansi ki Rani’ who played a pivotal role in ‘The First War of Independence in 1857’. It is known
as the Gateway to Bundelkhand. The city is having a number of majestic historical sites, religious
centres, monuments, water bodies and sanctuaries
sanctuaries. The places of tourist attraction in and around
Jhansi are: Jhansi Fort, Rani Mahal, Laxmi Tal, Laxmi Mandir, Rani Laxmi Bai Museum
M
and St. Judes
Church. Other nearby places of tourist attraction are Datia, Sonagir, Orcha,, Shivpuri, Khajuraho,
Gwalior and Agra.
Orchha
Orchha was founded in the 16th century on banks of river Betwa. On one side of the river is the
Orccha city and the other side is the Teekam Garrh Forest range. The city is famous for the temple of
‘Raja Ram’. The city of Orchha consists of severa
severall buildings mostly constructed at the time of Bir
Singh Ju Deo( 1605-1627) who built the exquisite Jahangir Mahal\Hardaul Mandir and Chatturbhuj
Temple. This beautiful place is just 18 km away from Jhansi.
Datia
Datia is the ancient town which is situated at a distance of about 20 km. from Jhansi. It has been
mentioned in Mahabharat as ‘Daityavakra’. Datia is famous as a pilgrimage spot for devotees of
Siddhapeeth ‘Shri Peetambra Devi’. The other historic monument at Datia is the seven storied palace
of Raja Bir Singh Judeo built on the top of hill with splendid view all around.
Sonagiri
Sonagiri 10 kms form Datia and 30 Kms from Jhansi. It is known as place of jain temples. There are
around 77 jain temples builtt along the hill and its slopes in 17th century.
Shivpuri; The Tiger Land
Shivpuri is widely known for its Madhav National park which covers an area of 156 sq. km. and has a
varied terrain of wooded hills which offers an abundant opportunity for sighting a variety of wildlife.
The predominant species in the park is the deer, of which offers an abundant opportunity of sighting
a variety of wildlife. The predominant species in the park is the deer, of which the most easily sighted
are the graceful Chinkaras
hinkaras and the Chitals, other important species being, Nilgai, Sambar, Chausigha,
Blackbuck, Sloth Bear, Leopard and Langur. At one time Shivpuri was the summer capital of the
Scindia, rulers of Gwalior. It is around 10
100km away from Jhansi, located on Jhansi-Kota
Jh
national
highway.
Chirakoot
Chitrakoot is the celebrated pilgrimage town which is located on the northern spur of the Vindhyas.
It has various mythological tales attached to it. It was the abode of lord Rama and Sita for eleven
years when in exile. This holy city, the abode of the gods, is set in sylvan surroundings on the
beautiful River Mandakini. It is dotted with innumerable temples and shrines today. The places of
Tourist interest are Gupt Godavari, Sati Anusuya, Sphatik Shila, Janki Kund, Hanuman Dhara,
Kamadgiri, Ram Ghat. Chitrakoot is around 200 Kms from Jhansi.
Khajuraho
Khajuraho or ancient "khajurvahaka" derives its name from the khajur tree (the date palm tree),
which abounds in plenty in this region. This quiet sylvan retreat seems to have been an ideal
religious sanctuary nestling in the lap of the Vindhya Mountains. The place, if pictures speak, is a
thousand words, a magnum opus, an expression of Indian sculptures of yore. The founder of the
Chandela dynasty Nannuka or Chandravarman constructed 85 temples dedicated to various gods on
massive altars. These form the pride of Khajuraho even ten centuries later, making it a picturesque
sight of architectural miracles and one wonders as to how the mortal minds and hands could have
conceived and executed these fantasies on stone. The murals and motifs depict scenes from hunting,
feasting, dancing and stress on the sensual and the erotic. Khajuraho is around 170 kms form Jhansi.
Gwalior
Situated in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior is the city of true royals, the Scindhias. City is well
known for its majestic fort, considered as one of the best in the world. Gwalior is located at a distance
of only 100 km from Jhansi and well connected by road and rail.
The nucleus of Gwalior is a citadel crowning an isolated rock about 91 m (300 ft) high, 3.2 km (2 mi)
long, and 823 m (2700 ft) wide. The rock is said to have been a strong hold for more than Ten
Centuries and Old city is located in the Eastern base of the rock. The old city is covered with white
sandstone Mosque, Palaces, rock temples and statues of archaeological and architectural interest. The
Jiwaji University was built in Gwalior in the year 1964. Gwalior City was the Capital of the princely
State of Gwalior until 1948 and the summer Capital of Madhya Bharat State from 1948 to 1956. With
different Dynasty, the city gained a new dimension from the warrior kings, poets, musicians, and
saints who contributed to making it renowned throughout the country. The city is also the setting for
the memorials of freedom fighters such as Tatya Tope and the indomitable Rani of Jhansi.
The Taj Mahal, Agra
Sheer poetry in marble. Majesty and magnificence, unrivalled. You've seen it often enough, you
think. That glossy white marble building adorning a million brochures, pamphlets and posters. Be
warned. Nothing can prepare you for your first sighting of the building. The Taj Mahal, the one and
only one of its kind across the world. The monumental labour of love of a great ruler for his beloved
queen. The ultimate realization of Emperor Shahjahan's dream. One of the wonders of the world.
From 1631 A.D., it took 22 years in the making. An estimated 20,000 people worked to complete the
enchanting mausoleum, on the banks of the Yamuna. For a breathtaking beautiful view of the Taj
Mahal, see it by moonlight.
How to Reach
Jhansi is located in central part of India and very well connected to major via rail and road network.
The nearest airport is Gwalior (100km) and Khajuraho (170km). The rail connectivity of Jhansi is
excellent with very frequent trains to North, South, East and West. To avoid last minutes rush, the
participants are requested to register early and plan travel in advance.
Official Tour planner of the Conference:
Shreenath Tour and Travels,
Shop No.12, Modi towers,
Near Danik Jagarn Press, Jhansi,
Mobile No. 94150-30953, 8004445727
Web: www. jhansishreenathtravels.com
(The participants are advised to send copy of tour bookings to the conference secretariat)
Conference Secretariat:
Contact for quarries related to:
Institute of Biomedical Sciences,
Bundelkhand University, Kanpur Road,
Jhansi-284128
Phone : 0510-2321180
Web: www.bujhansi.org/SFE Jhansi-2014
Email : [email protected]
Registration, accommodation and travel plan–
Dr. Lavkush Dwivedi, Mobile No. 9452888176
Email: [email protected]
Conference programme–
Dr. Rambir Singh, Mobile No. 9473583251
Email: [email protected]