The plenary session of the XV scientific and practical conference “Pharmacy: Science, Education, Innovation and Production” was held at the Institute.
On November 16, 2017, a plenary session of the 15th scientific and practical conference “Pharmacy: Science, Education, Innovation and Production” was held in the conference hall of the Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute. The plenary meeting was held in the conference hall of the Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute.
At the meeting, presentations were made by Professor Kh.K. Dzhalilov – “Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”, Professor of Tel-Aviv University M.Kolot – “Modern Achievements in Pharmaceutical sphere”, Israel, Assistant Professor of the Department of Science and Technology Guangzhou, Ph.D., Tae Yong Kim, “Partial metabolic deuterium oxide labeling for measurement of lipid turnover rates”, staff of the Korean International University Son-Kui Park – “Characterization and application of csc-like cells from the culture of pc-3 cells” and Kiho Lee” – Optimization of metabolic stability and pharmacokinetic properties in support of antiangiogenic anticancer drug discovery “
Uzbekistan celebrates the 80th anniversary of the Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute during its rapidly developing and dynamic democratic transformations in our society. Throughout the century, the Institute trained thousands of highly qualified specialists and produced high-quality, original medicines.
The Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute was officially established on the basis of the Tashkent Medical Institute on the order of the Commissariat and Health Care of July 16, 1937 No. 155. The Institute began its activity with the admission of 63 students from the 1937-1938 academic year. In 1941-1942 the Institute staff consisted of 38 employees, including 5 professors, 7 associate professors and 9 candidates of science.
In 1941, the first graduates of the Institute consisted of 37 pharmacists, of which only 2 were Uzbeks. One of 37 graduates Shafikova Khorra Akharovna belongs to the Tatar nation and now lives in a multinational country. Khorra Shafikova was one of the first graduates of the Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute. This year she is 100 years old. At the plenary session, the first graduate of Shafikov’s Institute, Khorra Akharovna, was invited. During the event, the rector of the Institute, Professor H. Dzhalilov, congratulated Shafikova Khorra Aharovna on her 100th birthday and presented a memorable gift.
The conference was attended by guests from more than 10 countries, such as Russia, South Korea, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, as well as members of the Cabinet of Ministers, the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education.
The conference discussed the integration of science and production in solving pressing problems of pharmaceuticals, development of industries, production of essential medicines based on local raw materials.
The conference discussed current opportunities, innovations, cooperation development, training and capacity building in this sector. To date, 20 employees of the Institute have been trained in foreign countries. It is also important to strengthen links in this area and to expand the exchange of experience. Within the framework of the two-day event, it is planned to show visitors the sights of the city of Samarkand.
The event was organized by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the National Television and Radio Company of Uzbekistan, the Press Agency of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Uzbeknavo Association, the Tashkent City Department of Internal Affairs, the Tashkent City Administration, Tashkent City Council and the Turkestan Palace.
Department of Spirituality and Education