Track 1: Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutical sciences include a broad range of scientific fields that are crucial for the discovery and creation of new treatments and drugs. Pharmaceutical Sciences is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field that aims to combine fundamental ideas from biology, engineering, biochemistry, physical and organic chemistry to better understand how drugs are delivered to the body and to create new and more effective treatments for human diseases. Researching the underlying mechanisms of drug interactions with the human body and creating cutting-edge synthetic or biologically derived materials that can modulate these interactions are two ways in which many of the institutes' internationally renowned faculty members contribute to the field in the search for better and safer treatments and pharmaceutical products.

Track 2: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

The study of drugs and the production of pharmaceuticals is known as pharmaceutical chemistry. This includes factors related to the creation, use, absorption, metabolism, and other features of medications. Pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and biomedical analyses are all present. In a lab setting, pharmaceutical chemistry is frequently carried out. One of the biggest industries in the world, the chemical industry has a significant impact on many other industries. The projected value of all chemical exports worldwide is $5 billion USD.

Track 3: Drug Regulations

Drug regulation (PMDA) is the term for the regulation of drug use through international treaties and/or regulatory organisations like the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the Japanese Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Agency, and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Track 4: Pharmaceutical Formulations

Pharmaceutical formulation is described as the process of combining several chemical ingredients to create a final therapeutic product. Pharmaceutical formulation is the most often used approach for achieving gradual release and extending the duration of action of a specific medicine.

Track 5: Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology

Research on pharmaceutical nanotechnology has broadened, opening up new opportunities in a number of fields of diagnosis and treatment. The use of nanoengineered tools for medicine delivery, diagnostics, prognosis, and sickness therapy is well-established as a specialised field. The enabling technology of the twenty-first century is widely acknowledged to be nanotechnology. These days, better composite materials, materials with higher catalytic activity, hardness, and scratch resistance, and a wide range of consumer goods that improve human life (such cosmetics and sunscreens) are all made using nanostructured materials and nanotechnology techniques.

Track 6: Drug Delivery System

Drug delivery refers to strategies, formulations, techniques, and systems for delivering pharmaceutical chemicals to the body as required to produce the desired therapeutic effect. The efficacy and safety of the drug as well as the patient's comfort and compliance are improved by changing the drug's release profile, absorption, distribution, and elimination through the use of drug delivery systems. Drug release is facilitated by diffusion, degradation, swelling, and affinity-based mechanisms.

              Track 7: Pharmaceutics

The area of pharmacy known as pharmaceutics deals with the process of turning an existing substance or a new chemical entity (NCE) into a medication that patients can use effectively and safely. The term "dosage form design science" is sometimes used. The largest pharmaceutical market in the world is for musculoskeletal drugs. The category made about 14% of the global total in 2017. Cardiovascular, cancer, and anti-infective drugs represent the second, third, and fourth largest markets, respectively.

Track 8: Pharmaceutical Engineering

Pharmaceutical engineering is a branch of engineering that focuses on the development, production, and quality control of pharmaceuticals as well as their formulation and analysis. Pharmaceutical sciences, chemical engineering, and biomedical engineering are all employed.

Track 9: Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Pharmaceutical microbiology is involved with maintaining contamination control and using microorganisms in pharmaceutical development. It is a particular area of microbiology that deals with maintaining contamination control and using microorganisms in pharmaceutical development.

Track 10: Pharma Companies

European pharmaceutical firms include Kowa Pharmaceutical, Aegerion Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Kent Pharmaceuticals, Alan Pharmaceuticals, and Alliance Pharmaceutical Ltd. Pharmaceutical businesses are knowledge-based industries that rely heavily on R&D to create new products and expand. However, the fundamental study of new compounds is a time-consuming and costly process that is governed by huge global multinational corporations.

Track 11: Clinical Pharmacy

The branch of pharmacy known as clinical pharmacy is responsible for directly caring for patients, optimising the use of pharmaceuticals, and fostering wellness, good health, and disease prevention.

The best pharmacy departments in the US provide a one-of-a-kind service called clinical pharmacy. With more pharmaceuticals available on the market and more potential drug interactions, the idea of clinical pharmacy began to take shape.

Track 12: Industrial Pharmacy

Industrial pharmacy deals with the production, development, marketing, and distribution of pharmaceutical products as well as the control of their quality. The most significant national market for pharmaceuticals in the entire globe is the American market. Together with Mexico and Canada, it is the largest continental pharmaceutical market in the world. Over 40% of the global pharmaceutical market is dominated by the US alone. In 2014, this investment was worth approximately 365 million US dollars. The United States is home to a number of the biggest firms in the globe. In 2014, the United States was home to six of the top eleven firms.

Track 13: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Pharmaceutical biotechnology is a relatively new and expanding subject in which biotechnology concepts are applied to the production of medications. Bioformulations, such as antibodies, nucleic acid products, and vaccinations, account for the vast bulk of therapeutic pharmaceuticals on the market today.

Track 14: Pharmacy Development Services

Independent pharmacy owners are given profit-generating options by Pharmacy Development Services in the areas of operations, business development, data analytics, and other things. Pharma consultants work with companies of all sizes, including start-ups, established corporations, and academic institutions. The services make an effort to improve the patient's knowledge of their medication and adherence to the recommended regimen. The global pharmaceutical market is estimated to be worth $870–900 billion, whereas the European market is worth $260–280 billion. Germany offers quick access to scientists who are well-known around the world, top-notch research, and pharmaceutical markets.

Track 15: Pharmacognosy

Pharmacognosy is the study of medicines derived from plants and herbs. The approaches of computational chemistry, medicinal chemistry, molecular drug design, protein structure prediction, molecular simulation, exploratory development, and biochemistry can be used to produce natural-source pharmaceuticals.

Plant products' global sales, which were estimated to be worth $60 billion in 2002, are anticipated to grow at a 6.4% annual growth rate.

Track 16: Pharmacological Sciences

Pharmacology is the study of how active chemicals affect a person's biochemical and physiological processes. Aspects of pharmacological sciences include cognitive models of the brain, neural models of memory, functional modes of the brain, neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience, and neurosystems. Other aspects include behavioural pharmacology, medical pharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology, endocrine pharmacology, clinical pharmacology, urogenital pharmacology, and pharmacokinetics.

The pharmaceutical sector had a market value of over $5.8 billion in 2011 and is projected to grow to over $5.7 billion in 2012. It is projected that the overall value will be close to $5.4 billion in 2017.

Track 17: Industrial Pharmacy

Manufacturing, developing, marketing, and distributing pharmaceutical products as well as ensuring their quality are all aspects of industrial pharmacy. The largest national market for pharmaceuticals in the world is in the United States. Along with Canada and Mexico, it is the largest continental pharmaceutical market in the world. Over 40% of the global pharmaceutical market is controlled by just the United States. In 2014, this investment was estimated to be worth 365 million US dollars. The United States is home to several of the top businesses in the globe. In 2014, six of the top eleven corporations were based in the US.