January 4th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

1

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN CANCER DRUG DISCOVERY

Chairperson

:

Prof. Mewa Singh

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr.Shobith

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Professor Anna-Kathrin Hell


Head of Pediatric Orthopaedics, Department of Trauma,Orthopaedic and Plastic Surgery, Affiliate Professor for Clinical Surgery, Florida Atlantic University,USA

Email: anna.hell@med.uni-goettingen.de

Growth-friendly implants in the treatment of Early Onset Scoliosis – new trends and developments


USA

2.

Professor Peter J Houghton


Greehey Children Cancer Research Institute University of Texas Health Sciences Center San Antonio, USA

Email: houghtonp@uthscsa.edu

Challenges and Opportunities for Childhood Cancer Preclinical Drug Development


USA

3.

Professor Mary-Ann Bjornsti

Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, School of Medicine, University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA

Email: bjornsti@uab.edu

DNA topoisomerase I: opportunities for drug development


USA

4.

Professor Eileen White

Deputy Director, Rutgers Cancer Institution of New Jersey, USA

Email: epwhite@cinj.rutgers.edu


Control of Cancer Metabolism and the Anti-cancer Immune Response by Autophagy


USA

January 4th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

2

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

Chairperson

:

Dr. Ashok Kumar Saxena

Co-Chairperson

:

Prof. Hemanth Kumar

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Professor Susan L. Mooberry

Greehey Distinguished Chair in Targeted Molecule Therapeutics, UT Health San Antonio USA

Email: mooberry@uthscsa.edu


Discovery of New Leads for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer from Nature


USA

2.

Professor Heggere Ranganath

301 Sparkman Drive

Olin B. King Technology Hall

N300B

Huntsville, AL 35899

Email: heggere.ranganath@uah.edu


Artificial Intelligence and Data Driven Planned Agriculture – A must, not an option for India


USA

3.

Professor Sajjan G Shiva

Chair Computer Science Department, University of Memphis, TN 38152

Email: sshiva@memphis.edu


Building Intelligent Systems and Machines: Opportunities and Challenges


USA

4.

Professor James David Winkler


Consulting Service in Drug and Development Various company, USA

Email: james.d.winkler@gmail.com

Tackling the Next Wave - Using New Technology to Go After ‘Undruggable’ Targets


USA

5

Dr. Ajit Sapre

Group President (R&D)

Reliance Technology Group

Reliance Corporate Park, 7B-Gr.Floor,

Thane Belapur Road, Ghansoli,

Navi Mumbai-400701

Email: ajit.sapre@ril.com

Empowering rural India: One perspective




Mumbai



January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

3

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

ADVANCES IN BASIC MEDICAL AND CLINICAL INTERACTIONS

Chairperson

:

Prof. Surendra S Parmar

Co-Chairperson


:

Prof. Hanumanthappa

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. Daniel R Wilson

President and University Professor, Western University of Health Sciences,309 East Second Street, Pomona, CA 91766, USA

Email: President@WesternU.edu

Interprofessional Clinical and Translational Research:

Opportunities and Challenges


USA

2.

Dr. Michal J Toborek

Professor of Biochemistry, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 1011 NW 15th Street, Miami, FL 33136, USA.

Email: mtoborek@med.miami.edu

Targeting the HIV-infected brain to improve ischemic stroke outcome

USA

3.

Dr. Andrew J Greenshaw

Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, University of Alberta

Email : andy.greenshaw@ualberta.ca

The coming impact for India of artificial intelligence and machine learning in human health systems

USA



January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

4

Time

:

10.30 to 11.30am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

ADVANCES IN BASIC MEDICAL AND CLINICAL INTERACTIONS

Chairperson

:

Dr.Vijay Laxmi Saxena

Co-Chairperson


:

Prof. S.P. Trivedi

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. Surendra Varma

Executive Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Resident Affairs,

Texas Tech University School of Medicine, Lubbock, Texas, USA

Email : pedskv@gmail.com

Global Perspective of Newborn Hypothyroid Screening

USA

2.

Dr. Shilpa Buch

Professor & Vice Chair for Research and the Director of the Nebraska Center for Substance Abuse research, University of Nebraska

Email : sbuch@unmc.edu

HIV and opiates: Blaming the messengers

USA

3.

Dr. Devendra K Agrawal

Senior Vice President for Research

Professor of Translational Research

Western University of Health Sciences,309 E. Second Street

Pomona, CA 91766, USA

Email: DAgrawal@WesternU.edu

Novel approach to prevent vein graft failure following coronary artery bypass graft


USA








January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

5

Time

:

11.45am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN RURAL POPULATION

Chairperson

:

Dr. Manoj Kumar Chakrabarthi

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. K.M. Mahadevan

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. Shekar M. A

No.466, 13th Main, Saraswathipuram,

Mysuru-570009, Karnataka

Email: drsheki@gmail.com

Current status and perceived risk factors of NCDs in rural population

Mysuru

2.

Dr. Aravind S R

#360, 19th Main, 1st Block,

Rajajinagar, Bangalore

India – 560010

Email: draravind@hotmail.com

Therapeutic approach for better care of Diabetes in Rural population

Bangalore

3.

Dr. Balasubramanyam R

Apt 102, Sankalp Gardenia, Gokulam Main Road

Mysuru 570 002

Email: email@rbalu.com

NCDs in Rural populations- Framing a pragmatic policy prescription

Mysuru

4.

Dr. Prashanth Mathur

Director,National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research, Indian Council of Medical Research

Nirmal Bhawan-ICMR Complex (II Floor), Poojanahalli, Kannamangala Post

Bengaluru – 562 110

Email: ncdir@ncdirindia.org

Health systems challenges and opportunities in tackling NCDs in rural areas

Bangalore





January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

6

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

HUMAN MICROBIOTA-IS IT A POTENTIAL CONTROLLER OF HEALTH AND DISEASE

Chairperson

:

Prof. B.P. Chatterji

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. M.G. Raghunathan

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Prof. Surinder Rana

Dept of Gastroenterolog,P.G. I.M.E,R,

Chandigarh Sector 12, Pin 160012

Email: drsurinderrana@gmail.com

Gut Microbiome in Pancreatic Diseases: Hype or Hope!

Chandigarh

2.

Prof. Asim K Duttaroy

Dept of Clinical Nutrition

Faculty of Medicine,University of Oslo, POB 1046 Blindern 0316 Oslo, Norway

Email: a.k.duttaroy@medisin.uio.no

Preventing heart Disease in rural population: Nutrition for gut microbiome

Norway

3.

Dr . Pallab Ray

Faculty of Department of Medical Microbiology, PGIMER, Chandigarh

Email : ray.pallab@pgimer.edu.in

The human microbiome in health and disease

Chandigarh

4

Dr.Trilochan Mohapatra

Secretary, Department of Agricultural Research and Education &

Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi

Agricultural Innovation Pathway for Rural Transformation







New Delhi





January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

7

Time

:

10.30 am to 11.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

CANCER RESEARCH - THERAPEUTIC APPLICATIONS

Chairperson

:

Prof. P.P. Mathur

Co-Chairperson

:

Prof. Basappa

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. Uri Barash

Rappaport Faculty of Medicine (Technion)

1 Efron St., Haifa, 31096, Israel

Email: ubarash@yahoo.com


Heparanase: from basic cancer research to therapeutic applications


Israel

2.

Dr. Nagaraj Nagathihalli

Department of Surgery, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, Miami, Florida.

Email: nnagathihalli@med.miami.edu

Molecular aspects of tobacco smoking, alcohol use and risk of pancreatic cancer

USA

3.

Prof. Sathees Raghavan

Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Biological Sciences Building, IISc Banglore-560012

Email: sathees@iisc.ac.in

The two faces of G-quadruplex DNA: Role in chromosomal fragility

and radioprotection


Bangalore





January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

8

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

NANO MATERIALS FOR ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH CARE

Chairperson

:

Dr.D.Narayana Rao

Co-Chairperson


Prof. Kasmir Raja

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Professor Ajayan Vinu

Global Innovation Chair Professor and Director

The University of Newcastle (UON)

University Drive, Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia

Email: vinu.ajayan@gmail.com

Functionalized Nanoporous Carbon Based Materials for Energy and Environmental Applications

Australia

2.

Dr. Zhubing He

Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen 518055, P.R. China

Email: hezb@sustech.edu.cn

Interface Engineering for NiO based Inverted Planar Perovskite Solar Cells

China

3.

Dr. B. N. Chandrashekar

Research Assistant Professor

Materials Science and Engineering

Southern University of Science and Technology

1088 Xueyuan Avenue,

Shenzhen 518055, P.R. China

Email : chandrashekar@sustech.edu.cn

Green Transfer Method of CVD grown Graphene for Transparent and Flexible Electrodes

China

4.

Prof. Dinesh Rangappa

Professor & Chairman,

Department of Nanotechnology Visvesvaraya Technological University, Bangalore Region,

Muddenahalli, Chikkaballapur – 562

Email: dinesh.rangappa@vtu.ac.in

Recent Progress in Nanostructure Electrode Materials for Energy Generation and Storage Applications”.

Chikkaballapur

January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

9

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

INFERTILITY IN RURAL WOMEN OF INDIA- CAUSES, PREVENTION AND TREATMENT

Chairperson

:

Dr. Paramashivan

Co-Chairperson


Dr. K.T.Chandrashekar

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr.Suresh Kattera

Director, Asia Pacific Advanced Fertility Centre, Bangalore

Email: katteras@gmail.com

Low cost IUI for infertile women in rural India


Singapore

2.

Dr. Hrishikesh

Medical director, Bloom IVF Group, Bangalore

Email : hdpai@hotmail.com

Infertility and Education for Rural India



Bangalore

3.

Dr. Kamini Rao

Obstetrician & gynecologist,

Milann, No 7, East Park Road, Kumarapark East, Bangalore – 560001

Email: drkaminirao@gmail.com

Overcoming gender biases in rural India




Bangalore

4.

Dr. Prashant Nadkarni

KL fertility center, lg 30 dc mall, 6 Jalan Damanlela, 50490 Kualalumpur, Malaysia

Email: prashant@klfertility.com

Infertility in Asia- Failing the masses.


Malaysia



January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

10

Time

:

10.30 to 11.30am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Chairperson

:

Prof. B.Satayanarayana

Co-Chairperson

:

Prof. N.K.Lokanath

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. Pulickel Ajayan

Benjamin M. and Mary Greenwood Anderson Professor of Engineering

Department of Materials Science and NanoEngineering

MEB 219

Rice University

6100 Main Street

Houston, Texas 77005

Email: ajayan@rice.edu

Nano Engineered Materials

USA

2.

Prof. Byrappa

University of Mysore, Center for Materials Science and Technology, Vijnan Bhavan,

Manasagangothri, Mysore

Email: kbyrappa@gmail.com

Molecular Engineering of Direct Z-Scheme Multi-Functional

Metal Oxides Heterostructures

Mysuru

3.

Professor Chowdari

Senior Executive Director, President's Office, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Email: chowdari@ntu.edu.sg

Advanced Materials for Sustainable Development

Singapore



January 5th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

11

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Chairperson


:

Dr. Aravind Kumar Saxena

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr.Srikantaswamy

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Prof. Martin Hartmann

Director of Erlangen Catalysis Resource CenterFriedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Egerlandstr, Germany

Email: martin.hartmann@ecrc.uni-erlangen.de

Tailored Design of Nanoporous Functional Materials

Germany

2.

Prof.Kesturu S Girish

Dr. Kesturu S Girish, Professor, DOSR in Biochemistry, Tumkur University, Tumkur- 572103

Email: ksgbaboo@gmail.com

Hemin-Induced Ferroptosis Mediates Platelet Activation and Formation of Neutrophil Extracellular Traps

Tumkur, Karnataka

3.

Professor Ravindra Pandey

Distinguished Professor, PDT Center , Director, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center (RPCCC), Buffalo, NY 14263

Email: ravindra.pandey@roswellpark.org

Photo- and Ultrasound Triggered Multifunctional Nanoparticles

For the Treatment of Glioblastoma

USA



January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

12

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

EMERGING DRUG DEVELOPMENT AND APPROACH TO NOVEL THERAPEUTICS

Chairperson

:

Prof. Dhyanendra Kumar

Co-Chairperson

:

Prof. Nibedita Chakrabarthi

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Prof .Peter Lobie

Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute, Tsinghua University, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China.

Email: elobie@sz.tsinghua.edu.cn

Novel Therapeutics in Oncology

China

2.

Prof. Larry S. Sherman

Division of Neuroscience

Oregon National Primate Research Center

505 NW 185th Ave., Beaverton, OR 97006 USA

Email: shermanl@ohsu.edu

Novel flavonoids for the treatment of neurodegenerative disease

USA

3.

Prof.Govindaraju

Associate Professor

Bioorganic Chemistry Laboratory

New Chemistry Unit

Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR)

Jakkur P.O., Bengaluru 560064

Email: tgraju.jnc@gmail.com

Diagnostic and Therapeutic Strategies for Multifactorial Alzheimer’s Disease


Bangalore



January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

13

Time

:

10.30 am to 11.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY- DRUG DISCOVERY & DRUG DELIVERY

Chairperson

:

Prof. R.K. Verma

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. Sheo Satya Prakash

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr.Alexey Yu Sukhorukov


Russian Academy of Science

Zelinsky Institution of Organic Chemistry

Russia

Email: a.yu.sukhorukov@gmail.com

Strategic applications of nitro compounds in organic synthesis: recent progress

Russia

2.

Prof.Hiroshi Kitagawa

Professor and Trustee at Kobe Pharmaceutical Univ.-Japan

Email: kitagawa@kobepharma-u.ac.jp

Deciphering roles of chondroitin sulfate by sugar-remodeling

Japan

3.

Prof.Mugesh G

IPC Department, Indian Institute of Science

Bangalore 560 012, INDIA

Email : mugesh@iisc.ac.in

Halogen Bonding in Thyroid Hormone Action and Membrane Transport

Bangalore

4.

Dr.Yulia Volkova


N. D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, 47 Leninsky prosp., 119991 Moscow, Russia.

Email: yavolkova@gmail.com

Development of Novel Positive Allosteric Modulators of GABAA Receptors


Russia



January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

14

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

HEMOSTASIS AND THROMBOSIS- BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Chairperson

:

Dr. Asis Datta

Co-Chairperson


Prof. Vijay Kumar K

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Prof.Satya P Kunapuli

Director, Sol Sherry Thrombosis Research Center,

Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology

Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Temple University,3420 North Broad Street

Philadelphia

Email: spk@temple.edu

Novel Concepts in ITAM signaling in platelets


Philadelphia

2.

Dr. Sidney Whiteheart

Department of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry

University of Kentucky College of Medicine

741 South Limestone Street

Lexington, KY 40536

Email: whitehe@uky.edu

The Ins and Outs of Platelet “Cell” Biology in Hemostasis and Beyond



USA

3.

Dr. Mortimer Poncz

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Abramson Research Center

3615 Civic Center Blvd

Rm 317,Philadelphia, PA 19104 USA

Email: poncz@email.chop.edu

Curing sepsis using a pathogenic HIT antibody


USA

4.

Prof. Pudur Jagadeeswaran

Department of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas, Denton TX 76203

Email: jag@unt.edu

Knockout of von Willebrand Factor in Zebrafish by CRISPR/Cas9 Mutagenesis: A beginning of a novel screen to identify modifier genes.

USA



January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

15

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

NOVEL SOLUTIONS FOR OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY PROBLEMS

Chairperson

:

Dr. Muthamizhchelvan

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. Arun Kumar

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. Dhulipala Prasad

Team leader, Baker Hughes, a GE Company

12645 W. Airport Blvd.

Sugarland


Email: Prasad.dhulipala@bakerhughes.com

Environmentally Preferable Smart Chemistries for the Oil and Gas

Industry


USA

2.

Dr. Raghu Chunduru

Technical Advisor, GOM Exploration

Shell Technology Center

3333 Hwy 6, Houston, TX 77082


Email: Raghu.Chunduru@shell.com

Pore Pressure Prediction for Drilling High Pressure and High Temperature Wells - Implications on Health, Safety, Security and Environment



USA

3.

Dr.Akhil Agrawal

Assistant Professor

Energy and Environment Research Laboratory- Group Leader

Department of Microbiology

Central University of Rajasthan

Kishangarh, Ajmer, India 305817


Email: akhilagrawal@curaj.ac.in

Challenges and Prospects of Microbiology in Oil and Gas Industry



Ajmer







January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

16

Time

:

10.30 am to 11.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

NOVEL SOLUTIONS FOR OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY PROBLEMS

Chairperson

:

Dr. Nilangshu Bhusan Basu

Co-Chairperson

:

Prof. M.Bhupathi Naidu

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr.Sunder Ramachandran

Technical Advisor

Global Chemicals,Baker Hughes, a GE company,Sugar Land, Texas

Email: sunder.ramachandran@bakerhughes.com

Mitigation of Corrosion of Mild Steel by Acid Gases in the Oil and Gas Industry in Challenging Environments using Production Chemicals

USA

2.

Dr .D.V. Satya Gupta

Technology Fellow,Baker Hughes, a GE company,11211 FM 2920 Rd

Tomball, Texas, 77375 USA

Email: Satya.Gupta@bakerhughes.com


Exploiting Nano and Biomimetic technologies for Efficient Oil and Gas Exploration and Recovery

USA

3.

Professor K N Thimmaiah


Chairman, Natural Science Division

Northwest Mississippi Community College

University of Mississippi,

Southaven USA


Email: knthimmaiah@northwestms.edu


Targeting of PI3-kinase/AKT/mTOR Signaling in Cancer by Lipophilic Phenoxazines


USA





January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

17

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD OF NEUROSCIENCE

Chairperson

:

Dr. Geethabali

Co-Chairperson

:

Prof. A.M. Saxena

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. N.K. Venkataramana

Founder Chairman & Chief Neurosurgeon of BRAINS, Bharggavi clinic, No. 560, 9th A Main Road, Next to Indiranagar Metro station, Bangalore – 560038

Email: drnkvr@gmail.com

Pathophysiological basis of management of Parkinsons’ Disease

Bangalore

2.

Dr. E.V. Joshy

Senior Consultant Neurologist, SSNMC-Brains Hospital, Bangalore

Email: joshyev@gmail.com

Evolving concepts of Autoimmunity in Parkinsons Disease

Bangalore

3.

Dr. Sudheendra Rao N.R

Chief Scientific Officer,

ONNSA Research Innovations Private Limited,560, 1st Floor, 9th A Main Road, Indiranagar

Bangalore-560038

Email: sudheendra.r@onnsa.com,

Advanced Therapy Strategies for Parkinson’s Disease in Clinical Setting


Bangalore

4.

Dr. Kavina Ganapathy

Lead Scientist ,ONNSA Research Innovations Private Limited

560, 1st Floor, 9th “A” Main Road, Indiranagar,Bengaluru-560038, Karnataka

Email: kavina.g@onnsa.com

Regenerative strategies for Parkinson’s disease: challenges and promises

Bangalore







January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

18

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

NOVEL HETEROCYCLES AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS

Chairperson

:

Prof. S.P.Singh

Co-Chairperson


Dr. S. Ramakrishna

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Professor Hiroshi Hinou


Faculty of Advanced Life Science,

Hokkaido University Japan

Email: hinou@sci.hokudai.ac.jp

Chemical Glycobiology

(Starting from Glycoconjugate Syntheses).

Japan

2.

Prof. Ila

Senior Scientist, JNCASR , Jakkur PO,

Banglore -560064

Email: hila@jncasr.ac.in


Design and Development of New Efficient and Greener Strategies for the Synthesis of Biologically Important Heterocycles

Japan

3.

Prof. B. S. Vishwanath

Department of Studies in Biochemistry

University of Mysore,

Manasagangotri, Mysore: 570006

Email:vishmy@biochemistry.uni-mysore.ac.in


Neutralization of ‘Big Four’ Indian snake venom-induced systemic and local toxicities


Mysuru











January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

19

Time

:

10.30 am to 11.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

BIOLOGICAL STUDY ON ANIMAL DISORDERS AND MEDICINAL DEVELOPMENT

Chairperson

:

Prof. Gangadhar

Co-Chairperson


Prof. Usha Anandhi

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. Gurushankara H.P.

Assistant Professor

Department of Zoology

Central University of Kerala,

Tejaswini Hills, Periya, Kasaragod – 671 320

Email: gurushankara@cukerala.ac.in

Malathion Induced Leukemia: Molecular Mechanisms

Kasaragodu

2.

Prof. Vellayan Subramanian

Associate Professor

Faculty of Pharmacy,

Universiti Teknologi MARA Selangor, 42300 Puncak Alam, Selangor,

Malaysia.

Email:vellayans@yahoo.com

The Current Status of Zoo Medicine in Malaysia: A 57 years History

Malaysia

3.

Dr. Shilpa

Assistant Professor,

School of Basic and Applied Sciences,

Dayananda Sagar University, Bengaluru-78

Email: shilpa.siddi@gmail.com

An overview on various approaches employed in understanding and treating chronic stress-induced depression in animal models

Bangalore







January 6th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

20

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

INSIGHT INTO THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONAL STUDIES OF PATHOGENIC PHYSIOLOGICAL DISEASES

Chairperson

:

Prof. R.C. Sobti

Co-Chairperson


Prof. K.C.Narayanaswamy

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Prof. T.P. Singh,

Senior Scientist, Department of Biophysics, AIIMS, India

Email:tpsingh.aiims@gmail.com

Introduction of innate immunity proteins as resistance-free antibiotics

New Delhi

2.

Prof.Tapas Kundu

Director ,CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute , Lucknow –226 031

Email:tapas.jnc@gmail.com

Epigenetics , life beyond gene sequence: Implications in health and disease

Lucknow

3.

Prof.Ganesh Nagaraju

Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Biological Sciences Building, Indian Institute of Science, Banglore- 560012

Email: nganesh@iisc.ac.in

RAD51 paralogs : unraveling the new roles in genome stability and tumor suppression

Bangalore



January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

21

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE FOR FOOD SECURITY

Chairperson

:

Prof. Y.G. Shadakshari

Co-Chairperson

:

Prof. K.Manjunath

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr.C. Tara Satyavathi

Project Coordinator ( Pearl Millet ) All India Coordinated Research Project on Pearl Millet

Mandor, Jodhpur- 342304

Email: aicpmip@gmail.com

Pearl millet for Nutritional Security and Rural Development

Jodhpur

2.

Dr.Ch. Shrinivas Rao

Director, National Academy of Agricultural Research Management, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad- 500030

Email: chsrao_director@naarm.org.in

Building Climate Change Preparedness for Sustainable Agriculture in India

Hyderabad

3.

Prof.A. Arunachalam

Principal Scientist in DG Office and Assistant Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Room No. 101, Krishi Bhavan, New Delhi 110001

Email: arun.icar@nic.in

Agriculture and food policies in India

New Delhi

4.

Prof. Chandra Nayak

Co-ordinator, Vignan Bhavan, University of Mysore,Mysuru

Email: moonnayak@gmail.com

Current Status of Pearl Millet Diseases and its Management Approaches

Mysuru



January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

22

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

USE OF INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANT BASED DRUGS IN CONTEXT OF RURAL HEALTHCARE

Chairperson

:

Dr.S.R.Niranjan

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr.Kavyashree

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Prof .Avijith Banerji

Former Head of Department and

Programme Coordinator - Centre for Advanced Studies,Department of Chemistry, University of Calcutta.

Email: ablabcu@yahoo.co.uk

Investigations of Indian Medicinal Plants

Calcutta

2.

Prof. Chandra Shekhar Mathela

2-659 Mathela Sadan

Polysheet, Tulsinagar

Kathgodam

Distt. : Nainital

uttarakhand 263126

Email: mathelacs@gmail.com

Himalayan Valerian: Exploiting chemical diversity as potential contributor in rural healthcare and improving economy of hill region”

Nainital

3.

Dr. Jayram Hazra,

Director, Central Ayurveda Research Institute for Drug Development (CCRAS) Kolkata.

Email: : nriadd-kolkata@gov.in

Drugs from Indian Medicinal Plants: Traditional Approach to Modern Usage; Relevance to Rural Healthcare

Kolkata





January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

23

Time

:

10.30 am to 11.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

TECHNOLOGY IN SERICULTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGES FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Chairperson

:

Dr. K. Narayana Gowda

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. P.Narasegowda

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. P. J. Raju

Director, Andhra Pradesh State Sericulture Research and Development, Hindupur – 515 211, Anantapur District, Andhra Pradesh State
Email: directorresearch.seri@gmail.com

BmNPV Resistant Transgenic Silkworm – An Epoch making technology

Andrapradesh

2.

Dr. Gautham Goswami

Dr Gautam Goswami, Head, Technology Vision 2035 and Climate Change Programme

Technology Information,

Vishwakarma Bhavan, Saheed Jeet Singh Marg

New Delhi – 110016

Email: goswamig@hotmail.com


Technology vision 2035: A Technology Perspective for India’s Development

New Delhi

3.

Smt. Mugda Sinha

Secretary –Science & Technology, Govt. of Rajasthan

Email: Psdstgor@gmail.com

Putting science in service of society through policy design

Rajasthan

4.

Professor N.B. Ramachandr

Professor, Chairman – Department of Studies in Genetics and Genomics,

University of Mysore, Manasagangotri, Mysuru – 570 006

Email: nallurbr@gmail.com

Genomic variations and Human health


Mysuru



January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

24

Time

:

10.30 am to 11.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

NEW PARADIGM IN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM OF INDIA UNDER AYUSHMAN BHARAT YOJANA

Chairperson

:

Dr. Bhojya Nayak

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. Dhananjaya

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr.Sathyamurthy

Former Director, ISRO & President Telemedicine Society OF India, Jayanagar, Bangalore

Email: satynew@gmail.com

Ayushman Bharat & Medical Education by Using Recent Technology

Bangalore

2.

Dr. B. S. Ratta

Chairman & Founder,Narayana Health, Hosur Road, Bangalore,

Email: devishetty@hridayalaya.com

Ayushman Bharat. ..An Opportunity or a Challenge to Transform India

Bangalore

3.

Prof. K. Selvakumar

Neurosurgeon, Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai.

Email: selvaneuro@yahoo.com

Ayushman Bharat & Medical Education by Using Recent Technology

Chennai



January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

25

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 7

Title

:

WELLNESS FOR RURAL PEOPLE – THE SCIENTIFIC HEALTH CARE FOR MODERN WORLD

Chairperson

:

Dr. B.K. Das

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. Shreyas

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr. A. Sreekumar

Nandanam, Eroor south

Tripunithura, Kochi 682304

Email : wellnesssolutions9@gmail.com

Wellness of the people by the people for the people

Kochi

2.

Prof. Ushy Mohandas


A Garden Homes

27 Aga Abbas Ali Road,

Bangalore. 560042

Email – mohandasushy@gmail.com

Challenges that affect access and the provision of mental health services in rural areas

Bangalore

3.

Prof.P.K. Sasidharan


Prof. Dr. P.K. Sasidharan

Emeritus professor, Govt. Medical College, Kozhikkode

Pipe Line Rd, Kottooli,

Kozhikode, Kerala 673016

Email: sasidharanpk@gmail.com

Uplifting community health through natural and economical means in scientific way

Kozhikode



January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

26

Time

:

11.45 am to 1.00 pm (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 8

Title

:

CROP IMPROVEMENT TOWARDS FOOD & NUTRITION SECURITY

Chairperson

:

Dr. N.K. Krishna Kumar

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. K.G. Ragothama

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr.S.B.Dandin

Liaison Officer

Bioversity International

Southern Centre of Sub-Regional Office for South Asia

College of Horitculture, UHS Campus, GKVK, Post Bangalore – 560 065

Email: dandinbnm@gmail.com

Agrobioversity for Food and Health Security: A concept note

Bangalore

2.

Dr.T.R.Sharma

Executive Director

National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI), Mohali, Punjab

Email: trsharma@nabi.res.in

Molecular dissection of simple and complex traits and traits and their utilization in rice improvement

Mohali

3.

Dr.Utpal Nath

Associate Professor

Dept. of Microbiology and Cell Biology, IISc, Bangalore

Email: utpalnath@iisc.ac.in

Integration of developmental and environmental signals in plant growth plasticity

Bangalore

4.

Dr.Uma Shaanker

Professor (Emeritus)

Dept. of Crop Physiology

College of Agriculture, UAS, GKVK, Bangalore – 560 065

Email: umashaanker@gmail.com

Endophytes: Exciting approach towards crop improvement

Bangalore

5.

Dr.Kiran Mysore

Professor

Noble Research Institute, LLC

2510 Sam Noble Pky. Ardmore, OK 73401 USA

Email: ksmysore@noble.org

A Functional Genomics Approach Identifies Novel Genes Involved in

Plant Innate Immunity and Abiotic Stress

USA

6.

Prof. D.Raj Gopal

Former Dean PGS

Noble Research Institute, LLC

Directorate of Post Graduation Studies

College of Agriculture

UAS, GKVK, Bangalore- 560 065

Email: drajagopal2002@yahoo.com

Soil Biodiversity of Western Ghats

Bangalore



January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

27

Time

:

9.30 am to 10.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

CROP IMPROVEMENT TOWARDS FOOD & NUTRITION SECURITY

Chairperson

:

Dr. D. Narayan Rao

Co-Chairperson

:

Dr. Naveen S

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

From

1.

Shri.Manish Saxena

SATNAV, ISRO Hq, Bangalore

Email: msaxena@isro.gov.in

Bangalore

2.

Shri. John Mathew

EDPO, ISRO Hq, Bangalore

Email : john_mathew@isro,gov.in

Bangalore

3.

Shri Hanumantharayappa

SATCOM, ISRO Hq, Bangalore

Email: rayappa@isro.gov.in


Bangalore



January 7th 2020

Plenary Session (PS)

:

28

Time

:

10.30 am to 11.30 am (20 minutes for each speaker)

Venue

:

Cluster I – Main Program Area : Hall – 9

Title

:

CROP IMPROVEMENT TOWARDS FOOD & NUTRITION SECURITY

Chairperson

:

Prof. N.S. Rame Gowda

Convenor

:

Dr. Rangaswamy

Sl. No.

Name of the Speaker

Department

Title of the talk

From

1.

Dr.S.B.Dandin

Liaison Officer

Bioversity International

Southern Centre of Sub-Regional Office for South Asia

College of Horitculture, UHS Campus, GKVK, Post Bangalore – 560 065

Email: dandinbnm@gmail.com

Agrobioversity for Food and Health Security: A concept note

Bangalore

2.

Dr.T.R.Sharma

Executive Director

National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI), Mohali, Punjab

Email: trsharma@nabi.res.in

Molecular dissection of simple and complex traits and traits and their utilization in rice improvement

Mohali

3.

Dr.Utpal Nath

Associate Professor

Dept. of Microbiology and Cell Biology, IISc, Bangalore

Email: utpalnath@iisc.ac.in

Integration of developmental and environmental signals in plant growth plasticity

Bangalore

4.

Dr.Uma Shaanker

Professor (Emeritus)

Dept. of Crop Physiology

College of Agriculture, UAS, GKVK, Bangalore – 560 065

Email: umashaanker@gmail.com

Endophytes: Exciting approach towards crop improvement

Bangalore

5.

Dr.Kiran Mysore

Professor

Noble Research Institute, LLC

2510 Sam Noble Pky. Ardmore, OK 73401 USA

Email: ksmysore@noble.org

Plant Responses to biotic and abiotic stress

USA