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37th World Congress on Pharmacology, will be organized around the theme “Grooming the Pharmacological Boundaries for Drug Discovery and Development”

Pharmacology 2024 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Pharmacology 2024

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Pharmacology is the scientific study of how drugs interact with biological systems. It encompasses the understanding of drug composition, properties, interactions, and mechanisms of action. Pharmacologists work to discover new medications, improve existing ones, and understand the side effects and potential risks associated with drug therapies. This field is crucial in the development of treatments for various diseases and conditions, contributing significantly to advancements in medicine and healthcare. By exploring both the beneficial and adverse effects of drugs, pharmacology aims to enhance patient care and therapeutic outcomes, ensuring safe and effective use of pharmaceuticals.

  • Track 1-1Medicine development and safety testing

Neuropharmacology is the study of how drugs affect the nervous system and brain function. It focuses on understanding the mechanisms by which medications influence neuronal communication, behavior, and cognition. This field plays a vital role in developing treatments for neurological and psychiatric disorders such as epilepsy, depression, anxiety, and Parkinson's disease. By exploring the interactions between drugs and neural circuits, neuropharmacologists aim to design therapies that can modulate brain activity, alleviate symptoms, and improve patients' quality of life. Advances in neuropharmacology are essential for creating innovative solutions to complex brain-related health challenges.

  • Track 2-1Neurochemical interactions

Toxicology is the scientific study of the adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. It examines the nature, sources, and mechanisms of toxic substances, as well as their impact on health and the environment. Toxicologists assess the risk and exposure levels of toxins, striving to understand how these substances cause harm and how to mitigate their effects. This field is essential for public health, as it informs the safe use of chemicals in industries, pharmaceuticals, and everyday products. By identifying hazardous substances and establishing safety standards, toxicology plays a vital role in protecting human health and environmental well-being.

  • Track 3-1Clinical Toxicology

Forensic toxicology involves the analysis of biological samples to detect and identify drugs, poisons, and chemicals in legal investigations. It plays a crucial role in determining the cause of death, substance abuse, and poisoning cases. By applying toxicological principles, forensic toxicologists help uncover crucial evidence, ensuring justice in criminal and civil cases. Their work is essential in interpreting toxicological findings, providing expert testimony, and contributing to public health and safety.

  • Track 4-1Toxins and toxicology

Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology bridges the gap between laboratory research and patient care. Molecular pharmacology focuses on understanding drug interactions at a cellular and molecular level, revealing mechanisms that drive therapeutic effects. Clinical pharmacology applies these insights to patient treatment, optimizing drug efficacy and safety. Together, they advance personalized medicine, guiding precise drug dosing, minimizing adverse effects, and improving overall patient outcomes by integrating scientific discoveries with clinical practice.

  • Track 5-1Molecular epidemiology and its biomarkers

Pharmacovigilance is vital for ensuring drug safety and efficacy. It involves the detection, assessment, and prevention of adverse drug reactions and other drug-related issues. By continuously monitoring pharmaceuticals, pharmacovigilance enhances patient safety, informs regulatory decisions, and guides healthcare practices. Its scope includes analyzing real-world data, conducting post-marketing surveillance, and fostering global health collaboration. This field is essential for maintaining public trust in medications, driving improvements in drug development, and promoting overall health care quality.

  • Track 6-1Pharmacovigilance and post marketing surveillance

Recent advances in pharmacology and toxicology have revolutionized drug development and safety. Innovations include targeted therapies and personalized medicine, which tailor treatments to individual genetic profiles for enhanced efficacy. Advancements in computational modeling and AI are accelerating drug discovery and toxicity prediction. Novel drug delivery systems, such as nanoparticles, improve therapeutic outcomes. Additionally, improved biomarker identification enhances early detection of adverse effects, ensuring safer pharmaceuticals and more effective treatments.

  • Track 7-1Health promotion/Disease prevention

Pre-clinical and clinical trials are essential stages in drug development. Pre-clinical trials involve laboratory and animal studies to evaluate the safety and efficacy of a drug candidate. Successful outcomes lead to clinical trials, which are conducted in human volunteers across multiple phases. These trials assess the drug’s safety, dosage, effectiveness, and side effects. Together, these rigorous evaluations ensure that new medications are both safe and effective before they reach the market.

  • Track 8-1Clinical efficacy and safety evaluation

Cardiovascular pharmacology studies the effects of drugs on the heart and vascular system. It aims to develop and optimize treatments for conditions like hypertension, heart failure, and arrhythmias. By understanding how medications influence cardiovascular function, this field enhances the management of heart diseases, improves patient outcomes, and guides the development of new therapies. Research in cardiovascular pharmacology is vital for advancing heart health and combating cardiovascular disorders.

  • Track 9-1Drugs and the electrical conduction of the heart

Ecopharmacovigilance monitors the environmental impact of pharmaceuticals post-release. It investigates how drugs enter ecosystems, their persistence, and potential effects on wildlife and ecosystems. By assessing ecological risks, it aims to mitigate harm and develop sustainable pharmaceutical practices. Ecopharmacovigilance emphasizes the importance of considering environmental consequences in drug development, usage, and disposal, ensuring a balance between human health and environmental protection in the pharmaceutical industry's activities.

  • Track 10-1Integrative pharmacological investigations

Drug safety testing involves rigorous evaluation of pharmaceuticals to assess their potential risks and benefits before they reach the market. Through preclinical and clinical trials, researchers analyze drug efficacy, side effects, and interactions to ensure patient safety. These tests identify any potential hazards, guiding regulatory decisions and informing healthcare professionals and consumers about proper drug usage. Ultimately, drug safety testing plays a critical role in safeguarding public health and enhancing the quality of healthcare delivery.

  • Track 11-1Advances in pharmacological testing

Immunopharmacology explores the interactions between drugs and the immune system. It delves into how medications modulate immune responses, aiming to treat immune-related disorders like autoimmune diseases, allergies, and cancer. By understanding how drugs influence immune function, immunopharmacologists develop novel therapies that target specific components of the immune system, optimizing treatment outcomes while minimizing adverse effects. This field plays a vital role in advancing immunotherapy and personalized medicine, offering new avenues for managing complex immunological conditions.

  • Track 12-1Immunotoxicology

Ocular pharmacology delves into the study of drugs and their effects on the eyes. It encompasses understanding how medications interact with ocular tissues to treat conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and infections. Ocular pharmacologists explore drug delivery methods, dosage optimization, and ocular-specific side effects to enhance treatment outcomes while minimizing risks. Their research and insights contribute to the development of innovative therapies, improving vision care and quality of life for patients.

  • Track 13-1Ocular drug delivery and biotransformation

Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacotherapeutics combine pharmaceutical expertise with patient care. Clinical pharmacists work directly with healthcare teams to optimize medication therapy, ensuring safe and effective use of drugs. They conduct medication reviews, provide drug information, and offer recommendations tailored to individual patient needs. By integrating pharmacological knowledge with clinical practice, they contribute to better treatment outcomes, reduced medication errors, and improved patient quality of life.

  • Track 14-1Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters

Drug Screening and Discovery is the process of identifying potential compounds for therapeutic use. Through high-throughput screening techniques, researchers assess thousands of compounds for biological activity against specific targets, such as proteins or enzymes involved in disease pathways. Successful candidates undergo further testing to evaluate safety, efficacy, and pharmacokinetic properties. This iterative process leads to the development of new medications, addressing unmet medical needs and improving patient care. Drug screening and discovery play a crucial role in advancing medicine and treating complex diseases.

  • Track 15-1Methods To determine biological targeting

Recent advances in Pharmacology and Toxicology have revolutionized drug development and safety assessment. Pharmacology has witnessed breakthroughs in targeted drug delivery, precision medicine, and immunotherapy, optimizing treatment outcomes while minimizing side effects. In Toxicology, advancements in analytical techniques have enhanced the detection and characterization of toxins and pollutants, contributing to environmental and public health protection. These strides signify a promising future for both fields, promising improved therapies and safer environments for individuals worldwide.

  • Track 16-1Drug development and interactions

Safety Pharmacology evaluates the potential risks and adverse effects of pharmaceuticals on physiological functions. It assesses cardiac, respiratory, and central nervous system responses to ensure drug safety before human trials. By identifying potential concerns early in drug development, Safety Pharmacology plays a vital role in protecting patient well-being and improving drug regulatory processes.

  • Track 17-1Vaccine development and Immunization

Clinical Research Statistics plays a vital role in evaluating the effectiveness and safety of medical treatments through rigorous data analysis. It involves designing studies, collecting data, and applying statistical methods to interpret results accurately. These statistical analyses help researchers draw meaningful conclusions, assess treatment outcomes, and identify potential biases or confounding factors. By providing reliable evidence, clinical research statistics ensures the validity and credibility of research findings, guiding clinical decision-making and ultimately improving patient care.

  • Track 18-1Clinical efficacy and safety evaluation

Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) are unintended and harmful effects resulting from medication use. They can range from mild reactions like nausea to severe ones such as organ damage. Understanding ADRs is crucial in medication safety and patient care. Healthcare professionals monitor for ADRs to mitigate risks, adjust treatment plans, and improve medication outcomes. Additionally, reporting ADRs to regulatory authorities helps enhance drug safety profiles, guiding future prescribing practices and promoting public health.

  • Track 19-1Adverse event reporting system

Biochemical pharmacology explores the biochemical mechanisms underlying drug action within the body. It delves into how drugs interact with biological systems at the molecular level, impacting cellular processes and signaling pathways. By elucidating these mechanisms, biochemical pharmacologists gain insights into drug efficacy, metabolism, and toxicity. This field is instrumental in drug discovery, development, and optimization, guiding the design of new medications with enhanced therapeutic properties and fewer side effects.

  • Track 20-1Mechanism of Drug action, Safety and efficacy