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2012.09.03

Invitation to The Fourth Indo-Japan International Symposium for Overcoming Chronic Intractable Infectious Diseases

Tuberculosis, AIDS, and malaria are three major chronic intractable infectious diseases for which radical cure remedies have not been developed yet. To overcome such intractable infectious diseases that frequently occur in Asia, Japan will convene a co-symposium with India.

Invitation

4th Indo-Japanese International Joint Symposium on Overcoming Intractable Infectious Diseases Prevalent in Asian Countries

Dear Colleagues,

It is my great pleasure to invite you to participate in the “4th Indo-Japanese International Joint Symposium on Overcoming Intractable Infectious Diseases Prevalent in Asian Countries” to be held on October 29th and 30th, 2012, in Tokyo, Japan. The purpose of this international symposium is to develop understanding on promoting efforts to address effective treatments to overcome various intractable infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis, AIDS and malaria via exchange of information and ideas, and discussion on future trends and prospects in these fields.
The 1st symposium in this series was held in 2007. Since then we have had the 2nd and 3rd symposia in 2008 and 2010, respectively, in Tokyo, and international collaborations have been promoted. Based on these fruitful results, the 4th symposium has been planned to leverage even greater flow of information and collaboration in areas of translational research.
The year 2012 is special for both India and Japan, because this is the 60th anniversary of the establishment of India-Japan diplomatic relations. Hence, various commemoration events have been planned to be held or already held in both countries. Accordingly, the 4th symposium will be held in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of formalities between India and Japan.
There is a pressing need to improve clinical treatment of these intractable infectious diseases, since a lot of people worldwide still continue to suffer. Hence, it would be utmost important to discuss the strategies to overcome these diseases.
The symposium consists of invited lectures and poster presentations by scientists from India and Japan, and other areas in the world. On behalf of the organizing committee, I cordially invite you to take part in the 4th symposium.


■Critical Discussion Points include novel chemotherapy of Tuberculosis, AIDS, Malaria and other intractable infectious diseases from the translational, clinical and basic points of view:
・ Strategies
・ Drug design and development
・ Vaccination
・ Drug Delivery System (DDS)
・ Biological and biochemical aspects


* Date/time: October 29 (Mon.) and 30 (Tue.).


* Location: Morito Memorial Hall of the Tokyo University of Science



  • <Address> 4-2-2 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

  • <TEL> 03-5225-1033



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    ■Organizing Committee (◎Chairs)
    ◎ Hiroshi Terada (Tokyo University of Science)
    ◎ H. L. Bhalla (SciTech Centre)
    ・ Shri Anant Thakore (PERD Centre)
    ・ Tsuneji Nagai (The Nagai Foundation Tokyo)
    ・ Kimiko Makino (Tokyo University of Science)

    ■Organized by
    ・Center for Drug Delivery Research, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan
    ・Center for Physical Pharmaceutics, Research Institute for Science and Technology,
    Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan
    ・The Nagai Foundation Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
    ・Pharmaceutical Education & Research Develop Centre
    (PERD Centre), Ahmedabad, India
    ・SciTech Centre, Mumbai, India

    ■Supported by
    ・Embassy of India in Japan
    ・Controlled Release Society Indian Chapter

    ■Advisory Board
    ・Hajime Toguchi (Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co.)
    ・Yoshiaki Kawashima (Aichi Gakuin University)
    ・Mitsuru Hashida (Kyoto University)
    ・Ajit Singh (SciTech Centre)
    ・Harish Padh (PERD Centre)


    ■Registration

  • ・Registration form, click here

  • ・Fill out the form and send it to the symposium office via internet not later than October 5th, 2012.

  • mailto:dds@rs.noda.tus.ac.jp


    ■Participants, who only want to join the symposium
    ・Registration fee is waived, but registration is necessary.



    ■Poster Presentation

  • ・Poster presentation on the “Critical Discussion Points” for intractable infectious diseases is welcomed.

    ・The organizing committee will cover expenses for local transportation between Tokyo International Airport and the hotel, and accommodation for 3 nights between October 28th and 30th.

    ・Registration fee is waived.

    ・Dead line of the abstract submission: October 5th, 2012 together with registration.


    ■Guidelines for Poster Presenters

  • ・Abstract should be submitted by October 5th together with registration.
    ・Abstract should be prepared in files of both “WARD” and “pdf”.

    ・Guideline for Abstract, click here


    ・Guideline for Poster, click here





    Symposium Office :
    Prof. Hiroshi Terada at DDS Center, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
    Tokyo University of Science (TUS)
    2641 Yamazaki, Noda, Chiba 278-8510, Japan
    Tel: +81-4-7121-4157 , Fax: +81-4-7121-4159
    e-mail: dds@rs.noda.tus.ac.jp
    Website: http://www.rs.noda.tus.ac.jp/dds/e/


    Program of the symposium


    Circular 4th Indo-Jpan


    Hiroshi Terada
    Chair, Organizing Committee,
    4th Indo-Japanese International Joint Symposium
    Professor and Director
    Centre for Drug Delivery Research, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
    Tokyo University of Science