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Our Mission: The Indian Pharmaceutical Association-Students’ Forum is a national body of pharmacy students under IPA. It is a platform to promote increased student interactions and activities bringing more co-operation at a national level. IPA-SF will also link the pharmacy students in India with the rest of the world through memberships and alliances with international organizations. The IPA-SF will serve as a unifying factor for the pharmacy students’ community in India bringing them under one umbrella and thus benefit in turn the profession and thus the future health of INDIA.

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Career in Sports Pharmacy Sports pharmacy is a relatively new field that encompasses both therapeutics (sports medicine) and doping control (drug testing and education). At this point, pharmacists need to be entrepreneurial and create our own niche in this field as we develop our careers. To this end, there are a variety of roles that pharmacists can “play” in the “field” of sports pharmacy. Therapeutics: Pharmacists can utilize their clinical skills and expertise in drug therapy in thi s patient population to maximize clinical outcomes. For example, pharmacists can recommend the most appropriate anti-inflammatory agent for a particular athlete's needs and monitor that therapy to prevent or minimize adverse drug reactions. Treatment of injuries often requires drug therapy, where a pharmacist's expertise is valuable. Staphylococcus infections are common in contact sports, and MRSA is a major concern even from wrestling mats; thus, pharmacists can have an impact here as well. These are just some examples where the expertise of pharmacists is needed. Community Pharmacy Practice: Some pharmacists have focused their practice on catering to the needs of athletes. This includes dispensing and compounding unique formations of medications (eg, creams) that are of particular use for athletes. Regardless of specialization, community practice pharmacists routinely dispense medications to athletes, whether they realize it or not; therefore, we have the opportunity to provide advice and to counsel these patients on over-the-counter medications, dietary supplements, and prescription drugs. We also have the obligation to counsel athletes who are subject to drug testing to help them avoid the inadvertent use of banned substances. Pharmacists can either contact the appropriate specific sports-governing agency or can advise athlete-patients to contact their sports organization to determine if a particular substance is banned, restricted, or permitted. Pharmacists can also assist the athlete-patient with obtaining medical exemptions, when appropriate, for restricted substances. Community pharmacies would be ideal if they became associated with sports-governing bodies to have athletes report to them for short-notice, out-of-competition drug testing collection; moreover, pharmacists are uniquely qualified to provide drug information. Doping Control Programs: Pharmacists can participate in doping control programs for the different sports-governing organizations in a variety of ways. Pharmacists have participated as doping control officers for amateur, professional, and Olympic sports by becoming certified by sports-governing agencies, and they have staffed drug information centers (eg, during the Olympics).

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Further, pharmacists can serve as consultants to the various sports-governing agencies on substances to ban, permit, or restrict and can develop drug formularies for these organizations. Pharmacists can also educate athletes, coaches, athletic trainers, and others by giving presentations on the problem and dangers of drug use in sports. Conclusion Sports pharmacy is an emerging field that offers numerous opportunities for pharmacists. Not only is it a rewarding and fun area of practice, it is a valuable service to athlete-patients and sports-governing agencies

References: 1. Ambrose PJ. Doping control in sports – a perspective from the 1996 Olympic Games. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 1997;54:1053-7. 2. Ambrose PJ. Drug use and abuse in sports: a veritable arena for pharmacists. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2004;44:501-16. 3. Price KO, Huff PS, Isetts BJ et al. University-based sports pharmacy program. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 1995; 52:302-9. 4. Kuschell J. Pharmacists at the Olympics. Drug Top. 1996;140(16):12. 5. Laster-Bradley M. NCAA drug distribution study for university athletic programs. Sports Med Stand Malpract Rep. 1993; 5:6-10. 6. Young D. Pharmacists play pivotal roles at Olympic Games. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 2002;59:326-30. 7. Breeman D. Drugs and sports: new niche for pharmacy. www.drugtopics.com

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Only Indian in Taiwan As an avid traveler, I love exploring new places, cultures and meeting new people. Having been actively involved with my local and national pharmacy student associations in various capacities for over 2 years, I also look forward to meeting pharmacy student from other regions and learn their experiences and best practices. I get fascinated to see the geographic and cultural variations and adaptations of the practice and education of pharmacy while still being patient centered. Thus to me, the 11th Asia-Pacific Pharmaceutical Sympoisum (APPS) at Taipei, Taiwan seemed like this brilliant amalgamation of these personal interests. So when my DF Grant application got approved, making it possible for me to attend this APPS, it felt almost like a dream come true. And so, armed with the support of DF fund, some experience and curiosity, some excitement and some anxiety, and a lot of appetite to learn and meet new people, I set forth from India to Taiwan. At the 11th APPS, I also attended pre-symposium LIT training. Along with the IPSF Chairperson of Professional Development and the IPSF-APRO RWG, the APPS Reception Committee (RC) had put together a wonderful 3 day program complete with fun, activities, learning and amazing venues. The welcome party included performances by traditional Chinese dancers, musicians and a magician. Being the only student from India, and in middle of all new people, I think the carefully planned and executed interactive games surely helped me and other students to start bonding. For the next 3 days, all of us, learnt about important topics like time management, team management, communication skills, leadership, and fundraising to name a few. In addition to the presentations and lectures, learning was enforced through sharing experiences and various group activities and games. As a group we were also given certain projects, which were to be completed during the symposium and serve as a practicum for applying the new leadership and management skills learnt during these three days. The LIT certainly helped me hone leadership and management skills. I look forward to implement it in my leadership roles. Post LIT, it was the time for APPS, new people, new place and a diverse program. The warm hospitality of the registration committee along with the luxurious rooms, rejuvenated us perfectly for the busier and fun-filled days ahead. The exciting welcome party with the dress code of school uniforms, set the tone for an incredible APPS ahead. The regional meeting covered presentations by various members about their annual activities. Being the official delegate for IPA-SF, I presented the annual activity report in the regional meeting. Our country flag was also kept at my desk during the meeting. Receiving and waving the Indian national flag on the table during the meetings was indeed a proud feeling.

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The regional meetings also included discussions on regionally relevant issues and election of the APRO RWG for 2012 - 2013. Having a better understanding of the work done, I got motivated to join the regional projects sub-committee. Through the duration of the APPS, I also attended many of the workshop aimed at discussing and facilitating specific issues. As part of the poster presentation competition, I presented two scientific posters based on the findings of our group research projects. Getting to learn about the research done in other universities was a very enriching experience. The patient counseling event along with the hospital visit were unique experiences for me. If the day time events were scheduled to facilitate working hard, the evenings were planned to facilitate partying harder. After all, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. The evening programs included memorable events like the DF auction night, Global Village Night and the farewell-dinner Gala Night. Free time was utilized for exploring the Taipei city along with its famed night markets, dining, shopping, public transport and being on top of one of the tallest building in the world, the Taipei 101. We also had a camp fire on one of the days. As a group we also lit lanterns. It was an emotional moment to see pharmacists from across Asia together, lighting and releasing hundreds of lanterns into the sky. It's a moment etched in my mind forever. With all the memories, friendships and special moments, I cherish attending the APPS. I can officially declare to have been infected with the IPSF virus. I wish to attend APPS and world congress in the upcoming years. Looking forward to learn and contribute more to pharmacy profession and IPASF. Viva La Pharmacie! - Forum Jalundwala T.Y. B.Pharm Bombay College of Pharmacy

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The IPA is proud to see Ratna Geetardha Chittoory, Chairperson, IPA-SF, 2012-2013 bearing the flag for India and making India proud by representing in 58th International Pharmaceutical-Students' Federation (IPSF) World Congress, Egypt. IPA and IPA-SF wishes him all the very best and congratulate him for the same. We expect him to return home with loads of flying colors and experience to mould the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry in the different way.

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STUDENTS’ SPEAK Biotechnology Biotechnology (sometimes shortened to "biotech") is a field of applied biology that involves the use of living organisms and bioprocesses in engineering, technology, medicine and other fields requiring byproducts. Biotechnology also utilizes these products for manufacturing purpose. Biotechnology (sometimes shortened to "biotech") is a field of applied biology that involves the use of living organisms and bioprocesses in engineering, technology, medicine and other fields requiring byproducts. Biotechnology also utilizes these products for manufacturing purpose. Biotechnology has applications in four major industrial areas, including health care (medical), crop production and agriculture, non food (industrial) uses of crops and other products (e.g. biodegradable plastics, vegetable oil, biofuels), and environmental uses. A series of derived terms have been coined to identify several branches of biotechnology ; for example: A series of derived terms have been coined to identify several branches of biotechnology; for example: Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary field which addresses biological problems using computational techniques, and makes the rapid organization and analysis of biological data possible. The field may also be referred to as computational biology, and can be defined as, "conceptualizing biology in terms of molecules and then applying informatics techniques to understand and organize the information associated with these molecules, on a large scale." Bioinformatics forms a key component in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector. Blue biotechnology is a term that has been used to describe the marine and aquatic applications of biotechnology, but its use is relatively rare. Green biotechnology is biotechnology applied to agricultural processes. An example would be the selection and domestication of plants via micropropagation. Another example is the designing of transgenic plants to grow under specific environments in the presence (or absence) of chemicals. One hope is that green biotechnology might produce more environmentally friendly solutions than traditional industrial agriculture. An example of this is the engineering of a plant to express a pesticide, thereby ending the need of external application of pesticides. An example of this would be Bt corn. Whether or not green biotechnology products such as this are ultimately more environmentally friendly is a topic of considerable debate. Red biotechnology is applied to medical processes. Some examples are the designing of organisms to produce antibiotics, and the engineering of genetic cures through genetic manipulation.

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White biotechnology also known as industrial biotechnology, is biotechnology applied to industrial processes. An example is the designing of an organism to produce a useful chemical. Another example is the using of enzymes as industrial catalysts to either produce valuable chemicals or destroy hazardous/polluting chemicals. White biotechnology tends to consume less in resources than traditional processes used to produce industrial goods. The investment and economic output of all of these types of applied biotechnologies is termed as bioeconomy. Pharmacogenomics: Pharmacogenomics is the study of how the genetic inheritance of an individual affects his/her body's response to drugs. It is a portmanteau derived from the words "pharmacology" and "genomics". It is hence the study of the relationship between pharmaceuticals and genetics. The vision of pharmacogenomics is to be able to design and produce drugs that are adapted to each person's genetic makeup. Pharmaceutical products Most traditional pharmaceutical drugs are relatively small molecules that bind to particular molecular targets and either activate or deactivate biological processes. In contrast,Biopharmaceuticals are large biological molecules such as proteins that are developed to address targets that cannot easily be addressed by small molecules. Some examples of biopharmaceutical drugs include Infliximab, a monoclonal antibody used in the treatment of autoimmune diseases, Etanercept, a fusion protein used in the treatment of autoimmune diseases.Biotechnology is also commonly associated with landmark breakthroughs in new medical therapies to treat hepatitis B, hepatitis C, cancers, arthritis,haemophilia, bone fractures, multiple sclerosis, and cardiovascular disorders. Biotechnology has thus helped improve thousands of lives and saved still many more. It has tremendous scope for further development and there is still a lot of research left in that aspect. Biotechnology and pharmacy go hand in hand. Digging up more and more efficient ways to deal with diseases is their main aim. Utilization of the available microbes to develop cheaper and better medication has been the gift of biotechnology.Biotechnologists along with pharmacists are sure to strive for humanity and come out with cures for many incurable diseases. Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org - Chinmay N. Gajendragadkar T.Y.Bpharm, SVBCP.

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Report of the Inaugural ceremony of IPA-SF Hanamkonda local branch The inaugural ceremony of IPA-SF, Hanamkonda local branch, on 21st of July, 2012 at St.Peter's Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences Vidyanagar, Hanamkonda, Warangal, was presided over by the Guest of honour Dr. T.V Narayana (Chairman, IPA-Education Division) and also by the Dignitaries Dr. Goli Diwakar (Secretary, IPA-Education Division, Central Executive Council member, IPA Mumbai), T. Jayapal Reddy (President -IPA Hanamkonda branch, Central Executive Council member, IPA Mumbai), Dr. Suresh Bandari (Secretary, IPA Hanamkonda branch, Principal, St. Peter's Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences), Prof. G. Nagarjuna Reddy (Treasurer, IPA-Education division), J. Venkateshwar Rao (Vice-President-IPA Hanamkonda branch, Principal of Talla Padmavathi college of Pharmacy), Dr. N. Raghunandhan (Treasurer- IPA Hanamkonda branch, Principal of Balaji Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences), Dr. Gampa Vijaya Kumar (Principal, Vikas Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences) and National Council Members Pavan Achanta (Public Health Officer), Franklin Isreal (Treasurer). Amidst great enthusiasm and ardour, the ceremony commenced with curtain raiser by Dr.T.V. Narayana and lightning of lamp by the honourable guests. Further, an enlightening speech by the National council members regarding IPA-SF, its need and the way to organize the events was given, throwing light onto the actual workings of IPA-SF. In the presence of a host of dignitaries, a new committee was framed through the elections which included 4 colleges of Warangal. An oath was taken by the committee members, followed by speeches of guests of honour. The guests of honour through their speeches wished all the members success for their future endeavours. As a part of the ceremony, committee members were pinned up with their badges of positions by Dr.T.V.Narayana. The committee members then disclosed their agendas for 3 months. Certificates of 4th Student Congress were distributed officially by Dr.T.V.Narayana to all the local college volunteers. Cash prize of Rs.10,000/- was awarded to the PGECET State first ranker Ms.Anudeepa of Talla Padmavathi College by Dr.T.V.Narayana, National council members and the Chairperson and General Secretary of IPASF Hanamkonda Local Branch.

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The ceremony ended on a very positive note with refreshments for all by 6 p.m. and the entire ceremony certainly was complementary to the agenda and reinforced the message of IPA-SF to all those present.

The list of core committee members of IPA-SF Hanamkonda branch: Chairperson : General Secretary : Treasurer : Local Student exchange officer: Public Health Officer : Pharmacy Education Officer : Public Relations Officer : Editor : Cultural Secretary : Sports Secretary :

M.G.Irfan Ahmed Khan Manjari Bodasu Soumya. V Amulya. B Anusha Rao. B Mriganka Pal Akhil Rao Phaninder Reddy. I Kamala Sangam Md. Azeemuddin Ahmed

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Vikas institute of pahrmaceutical sciences

Greetings from Vikas institute of pahrmaceutical sciences We are glad to inform you that the inauguration of our Vikas Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (VIPS) Buildings, Auditorium and the PG laboratories will be held on 12th August, 2012 at 9.30am. Prof. Dr. B.Suresh, President of Pharmacy Council Of India, NewDelhi will be the Chief Guest and inaugurating the Pharmacy College Building, Prof. K. Chinnaswamy will be inaugurating the Dhanvantari Auditorium of our College and Prof.K.P.R.Chowdary will be inaugurating PG Laboratories. On this occasion we are organizing an “Awareness Program on Pharm.D”, in which Dr.B.Suresh, Prof.K.Chinnaswamy and Dr.T.K.Ravi will be speaking on the subject. Interaction with Doctors, Pharmacy educators, Staff and Students of Pharmacy colleges will be held on this occasion. A Poster Presentation on “Pharmacy Practice” in the areas of Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Pharmacy, Hospital Pharmacy, Regulatory Affairs and related aspects will be held on 12th August, 2012 for Pharm.D Students.

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1) He is the Founder-Chairman of Dr. Reddy's Laboratories and won the Executive of the Year award from Biopharma, Singapore 2012. He is a BSc in Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals from Bombay University and a Ph.D in Chemical Engineering and a member of Prime Minister's Council on Trade and Industry, Government of India. A Recipient of Sir P. C. Ray Award, Padmashri Award in 2001, Padma Bhushan Award in 2011and 'Hall of Fame' Award in 2005 for his Entrepreneurship and Leadership and was voted as the Businessman of the Year in 2001. 2) He is the Chairman of Sunpharma and a BSc in Agriculture and MSc in Economics from Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He is a former President and CEO of Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Limited. He founded Israel's first Biotech Company, Interpharm and is a member of Board of Directors of Israel National Nanotechnology Initiative. 3) He is the Executive Chairman of Lupin Pharmaceuticals since October 10, 2003. He is a honorary doctor of Science (DSc) with a master's degree in Chemistry. In his early career, he was an Associate Professor at BITS, Rajasthan.

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Industrial Visit-2012 It was way back in the year 2009 when IPA undertook the first IV, and since then it has successfully managed to carryover this responsibility every year. This year taking the trend to the next level it was named as “PHARMAYATRA”. The preprations began right from the month of February right from budgeting to promotions. They were successfully covered by the PRO team. Which is evident by the fact that most of the reservations were filled in within a month of announcements. The event was a joint venture of the IPA-SF & IPA-SF-MSB.THE EDUTROTTERS (LEMON) had a lions share in the whole program. The iv's were conducted at two exotic destinations : GOA and MANALI. (which further included field trips to baddi and Chandigarh) .THE IV being attended by students all over Maharashtra.around 150 students attended the goa iv while around 80 students turned up for the manali IV. The colleges participating were BOMBAY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, B.N.C.P, K.M.KUNDANANI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VES COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, BVPCOP, L.H.HIRANANDANI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AND MANY MORE. The goa IV was scheduled from 10/6/2012-15/6/2012.The journey commenced from Mumbai to madgaon by boarding Konkan kanya express,the sparing journey completed by bus.The visit was well balanced by the organizers by blending the industrial studies with sight seeing and other amusements which was very well anticipated.The accommodations were made in “HOTEL NEELAM GRAND” ,a very well known hotel in goa amidst the beauty of nature.The places visited were Calangute beach Fort Aguada,and spending quality time at the local market……craving their way in the varied culture of goan culture..The next day began with a king sized breakfast followed by water sports which included Jet-Ski, Banana ride, & Para sailing at the calangute beach. The industrial visits were planned to stalwart companies .They received a great response.Students were well educated with all the functionings of units and safety regulations;followed by a healthy two way conversations.Continuing with exploring GOA,sites like Mangeshi temple, St. Francis church were visited.On the 6th and the last day we began our journey back to Mumbai with lots of memories to cherish.

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The manali IV was next on plan.The tour was planned between 13 th june -21 june.The journey commenced from MUMBAI on june 13 at 11.30 am to AMBALA.On the third the train arrived at AMBALA.Further the journey was completed by bus upto manali.The accommodations were made at hotel MAPLE.The next catch was river rafting. The next day begin with for an adventurous trip to Solang Valley,an area amidst ice-laden glaciers.Adventure sports like skiing,paragliding,zorbing….and many other sports. The next morning guided local sightseeing With Vashisht baths (hot sulphur springs), Dhoongri wooden temple better known as Hadimba Devi temple, Tibetan monastery & Manu temple.The archaic temples and a prepatetic walk through the chilled waters of beas was a thrilling experience. Evening was engaged by a stroll through Mall road with a glimse of northern traditional stuff. Next was free for leisure activities. Later in the afternoon the student visitedvisit local markets. Later in the evening we left for Chandigarh.After transfer to hotel, later in the day moved in for a guided local sightseeing visiting Rock Garden.The DJ party made a perfect end for the day.The following day was highlighted by industrial visits,to reputed factories like Alkem Labs and Midas Care.The visits turned out to be magnanimous,as it gave them a lot to learn other than the therotical knowledge.On day 9 the students embarked on their way back to MUMBAI. Both the visits very well managed by the IPA members as well as the EDUTROTTER MEMBERS at both goa as well as manali.The EDUTROTTER pvt. Ltd which is an iv planning firm.they took the charge from right from planning the dates,the railway booking,travelling and providing the best possible accommodation facilities to the students.we would sincerily like to thank Mr.PRATIK GANDHI and his team Mr kumar,Mr PARAG,Mr.purav & Mr.khan for their valuale contribution for making this plan successful. Thus both the IV's were a huge success.A feedback survey was conducted amongst the students and the response was overwhelming.As AKASH PATIL,BOMBAY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY ,who visited manali mentioned “we had a lots of fun..and much to learn too.I an much happy with the experience and looking forward for more such ventures”.IPA SF is completely inclined toward students welfare and will come up with more interesting ideas.

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Chittoory Ratna Geetardha Kondeti Ra njit Reddy M ohit Durve Bharath Vikas Franklin Israel Sirra A ditya N ar

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Vice Chairperson Hon. Secretary Jt. Secretary Hon. Treasure Editor Public Relation Officer Student Exchange Officer Pharmacy Education O fficer IPA-SF Contact Person Public Health Officer National Blood Donation Co-ordinator National Anti-TB Co-ordinator

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1. The selection of articles will solely be the discretion of the Publication Committee of IPA-SF. 2. Every article should have a word limit between 150 to 200 words. 3. Articles should be typed in any normal font (Times New Roman) and should have a font size 12 and sent to panachelive@gmail.com in Microsoft Word Format. 4. Articles should be the Author's original work. If the article has been directly picked up from some source then it may amount to plagiarism and such Author's will be barred from any future participation. 5.The names of any references used should be clearly mentioned. 6.The names of any Co-author/s should also be mentioned. 7.The name of the institution/company of the Author/Co-author/s should be mentioned. 8.The efforts of the Authors and Co-authors whose articles have been selected will be duly acknowledged.

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