2020-05-06 11:100-14:00 School of Health and Allied Sciences, PU
Pokhara University Students’ Pharma Association (PUSPA), SHAS, Pokhara Univesity organized a series of alumni special webinars from May 1-May 6, 2020. School of Health and Allied Sciences Alumni association collaborated with PUSPA fo the organization of the event. There were 12 different sessions facilitated by the facilitators from 12 different specialized fields. They all were the alumni (B Pharm graduates of each batch from 2005 to 2016) of the school.
The facilitators of the event were Dr. Hari Prasad Devkota (Kumamoto University, JAPAN), Mr. Mahesh Upadhyay (Toreva Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd, NEPAL), Dr. Manakamana Kahanal (National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA), Dr. Daya Ram Parajuli (Flinders University, AUSTRALIA), Dr. Raj Kumar Thapa (University of Oslo, NORWAY), Dr. Santusta Adhikari (IZMA Media and Management, NEPAL), Dr. Saurav Ghimire (Bordeaux University, FRANCE), Ms. Tak Maya “Julie” Gurung (Dirghayu Pharmacy, Tanhun, NEPAL), Mr. Madan Baral (Hello Health Clinic, Pokhara, NEPAL) Ms. Aashma Dahal (LINKAGES NEPAL), Ms. Anita GC ( Glorious Makeup with Anita, NEPAL) and Ms. Sandhya Ghimire (Mental Hospital Lagankhel, NEPAL)
The specialized areas discussed in the event included Natural Product Research, Industrial Pharmacy, Cancer Research/Nanomedicine, Clinical Research, Pharmaceutics Research, Pharmaceutical Branding/Marketing, Molecular genetics, Hospital/Community Pharmacy, Bioinformatics, Public Health, Makeup art and Government Sector in Pharmacy.
PUSPA president Mr. Bibek Bahadur Budha was the coordinator of the event. The event was actively moderated and managed by Ms. Shanti Acharya, Ms. Monika Poudel, Mr. Sabnam Sapkota, Mr. Gautam Dahal, Ms. Deepa Acharya, Ms. Akriti Dhakal, Mr. Binod Bhandari, Mr. Safal Pandey, Mr. Sushil Devkota, Ms. Subhadra Sharma and Mr. Daya Ram Duwal.
Asst. Professors Atis Kaundinnyayana (M Pharm Program coordinator), Nim DC (B Pharm Program Coordinator), and Bijaya Subedi (BPH program coordinator and Head of the Counseling and Placement Cell, SHAS) were the advisors of the event.