ToxGurukul Foundation is a registered non-profit organization for professionals in the field of toxicology who are in search of a platform to learn and share the vast knowledge in this area. This syndicate belongs to independent professionals from different backgrounds of toxicology who share their knowledge to un-puzzle the Rubik’s cube that each face in their daily work routine.
Patron - ToxGurukul Foundation
Dr. Mukul Pore (President & Director)
Alex Thomas (Director)
VVS Vamsi Mohan Reddy (General Secretary)
Dr.B.V.Ravichandra (Joint-General Secretary)
Dr.Dipak Ujwane (Treasurer)
Kruthik Andhariya (Joint-Treasurer)
Ms. Sapna Gupta (Manager)
IMIT Pan INDIA Committee
Dr.Santosh Kumar (IIBAT, Chennai)
Dr.Y.Venugopal( Indian Immunologicals, Hyderabad)
In the period between 2015-2016, there were three prominent WhatsApp Groups formed by some toxicologists and they were "Toxicology Forum" by Alex Thomas, "GLP-SD Team" by Krutik Andhariya and "Toxicolgists" by Dr.B,V.Ravichandra. Though informal, the intent was clear i.e. to share knowledge and discuss and find practical solutions. These three groups then merged and functioned as one for a period of time. Day by day membership started to grow. Discussions, debates, suggestions, solutions etc. were enthusiastically exchanged among the members. It was at this point of time that our now patron Dr.K.S.Rao offered to hold a meeting to collectively discourse about Toxicology and its basic elements.
In September 2017, ToxGurukul name was finalized to conduct a workshop. Tox-represents Toxicology, Gurukul represents Gurukulam - a type of education system in ancient India. That was the genesis of 'ToxGurukul', Sōpānapatha (a ladder to knowledge.) We decided to have 1st workshop. The dynamic young colleagues were so active and enthusiastic that, what we initially thought- a small workshop of 20 - 30 people, it turned out to be a big workshop of nearly 200 people in Bengaluru in November 2017.
Suddenly one fine morning someone in ToxGurukul group suggested that we should conduct a Toxicology workshop in Feb/March 2019, which resulted in IMIT - 19. Being a WhatsApp group, ToxGurukul had no legal platform and hence couldn’t open an account in Bank, so accepting fees, donations was a challenge. Incorporation of ToxGurukul Foundation: In December 2018, ToxGurukul Committee discussed about incorporation of Society, Trust or such similar entities. On enquiry with legal experts, it was found that any social, religious or charitable activity can be done by forming either a Trust or a Society or a Company. Each of them has their own legislations for incorporation, administration, working, compliances and dissolution etc. Since understanding the intricacies of each of them was not an easy task, it was decided to take help of professionals (Practising Company Secretary - CS) who have expert knowledge and experience in this field. After series of exchanges of mail, between Committee members and the CS, it was concluded that forming a Company under section 8 will be more beneficial and easier as compared to a Trust or Society kind of model. The main concern was that, the entity should be able to operate on national as well as international level. Further the entity should be also able to accept donations, subscription, fees from Indian as well as Foreign members, participants, Sponsors. Considering all the above aspects, time and funds required, it was finally concluded to incorporate a company under Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 with the name ToxGurukul foundation. The name ToxGurukul Foundation (TGF) got approved from ROC, Pune on the 20th February 2019 and later on license was granted, TGF obtained Certificate of Incorporation from the Registrar of Companies (ROC), New Delhi.
(updated on 03.4.2019)
Dr. K.S. Rao (M.V.Sc., Ph. D, DABT), is a Toxicologist with more than 53 years of global experience in safety evaluation. He started his career in 1971 at G.D. Searle and later moved to Dow Chemical and Quintiles, USA. After returning to India in 2006 he has served in various capacities in several organizations. He was heading M/s Jai Research Foundation, Gujarat and Head of Toxicology at, M/s Advinus Therapeutics and later M/s Syngene International, Bangalore. Currently, Dr. Rao is a scientific advisor (Scientist F), Subject Matter Expert on Safety Assessment at Eurofins/ Advinus. He is an international expert in the toxicological assessment of Agrochemicals, Industrial Chemicals (REACH), Drug Development (small and large molecules) from Discovery Toxicology to IND and NDA filing, and Food Additives. Dr. Rao was the President of the Michigan Chapter of the SOT. In addition, Dr. Rao was a member of ASIO and a recipient of the Distinguished award from the ASIO.He has served the Indian Toxicology community as President of the Society of Toxicology of India (STOX). He is an Emeritus Member of the Society of Toxicology (SOT) in USA. Dr. Rao is the recipient of the Life-Time Achievement Award from the Society of Toxicology of India (STOX) for his outstanding contributions in Toxicology. He has been instrumental in getting the Diplomate of American Board of Toxicology (DABT) examination to India since 2009. He not only got the exam to India, but also encouraged and motivated toxicologists to prepare for exam by conducting many courses. As a testimonial to this, in the last decade, 100 candidates have passed the DABT examination from India. This certainly elevated the toxicologists and allied subjects to international standards. Dr. Rao created a youngtoxicology group called “ToxGurukul Foundation” (website: www.toxgurukul.org.in ) for toxicology mentoring in India, which has over 800 members. Under ToxGurukul forum he has organized several workshops of interest which were attended by more than 200 delegates in each. Over the last 10-years, Dr. Rao has organized the following training sessions in toxicology which has trained nearly 2000 young toxicologists in India:
List of Training Programmes Organized by Dr.K.S.Rao to uplift Indian Toxicology
No. Name, Course Director (Year)
1.Mid America Toxicology Course, Bangalore, India, Dr. Curtis Klaassen (October 2007)
2.First DABT Exam Started in India, Bangalore, India, Dr. K.S. Rao (October 2009)
3.Safety Pharmacology Workshop, Bangalore, India, Dr. Derek Leishman (April 2011)
4.Study Director Training Course, Bangalore, India, Dr. William Brock (October 2012)
5.Toxicity, Safety, Biocompatibility Evaluation,Thiruvathapuram, India, Dr. Shayne C Gad (October 2013)
6.Comprehensive Toxicology, Bangalore, India, Dr. Wally Hayes (October 2015)
7.Risk Assessment Seminar, Bangalore, India, Dr. Shayne C Gad (February 2016)
8.Insights in Toxicology, Bangalore, India, Dr. K.S. Rao (November 2017)
9.Risk Assessment of Personal Care Products Ahmedabad, India, Dr. Milind Deore (March 2019)
10.Pathology for Toxicologists, Hyderabad, India, Dr. P. Kalaiselvan (September 2019)
Teachers Day Message
At the outset let me thank all the Teachers who made us what we are today.
As we all know the birth date of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, i.e. 5 September is commemorated as Teacher's Day in India, since 1962.
I was a veterinary doctor working in Kakinada started my career in June 1961.
Two months later, I happened to listen to The Teacher, the great Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who laid the foundation stone of a college - Rangaraya Medical College. He was then, the Vice President of India (later the President of India). He was not only a teacher but a highly learned man and a Philosopher whose speech rings in my ear even today, though I cannot remember much of what transpired then.
But I was immensely impressed by his personality, nobility, and eloquence in oratory skill, using Victorian English which was as much an unforgettable experience to me as it was to the audience present there
Delivering an address on Teachers Day is a great responsibility; so I thought I start from my own days as a student, when I started learning the subject, the culture and the responsibilities of a good student from my then teachers, whom I respect even today.
I am sure many of you may not remember, few years from now as to what I said today, but yet I wish to make few observations based on my learning, teaching, guiding and mentoring for the past 60 years, which may be of use to you someday.
i. In my days, we grew up with SLIDE RULER, which many of you have not even seen it, leave alone using it. We depended on what is taught in the classrooms, and a few studious ones go to the Library to enhance their knowledge.
ii. Everyone listening to me today has a smart phone where you have the wealth of information on your palms through Google and its applications.
iii. I am not dull enough to suppose that because you are young, gifted and well-educated, with new gadgets and Apps, you have never known hardship or heartbreak.
iv. Talent and intelligence never yet inoculated anyone against the caprice of the Fate, and I do not for a moment suppose that everyone here has enjoyed an existence of unruffled privilege and contentment.
I have wracked my mind and heart for what I ought to say to you today. I have asked myself as to what important lessons I have learned in the 60 years that I have experienced.
I have come up with two answers.
1. One is learning from Failures.
2. Second is the Importance of Imagination.
These may seem quixotic or paradoxical choices, but please bear with me, I will tie them together at the end.
A. Learning from failure:
1. Fear of Failure will push us away from experimenting and taking bold decisions. One must be mentally strong enough to take the path you choose without the fear of failure. Some of us want to simply emulate or more accurately copy others and take their path because any other diversion may lead to fiasco. That does not mean that we do not evaluate the risks, challenges and difficulties while choosing our goal.
2. I stopped pretending to be myself that I was anything other than what I was and began to direct all my energy into achieving the goal that mattered to me and took the path that I strongly believed in, without bothering what someone else has done.
3. I was set free, because my greatest fear had been eliminated, and I am amidst you with the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life in TOXICOLOGY.
4. Had I really succeeded at anything else, I might never have found the determination to succeed in the one arena of TOXICOLOGY that I believed in and I truly belonged to.
5. You might never fail overall, but some failure in life is inevitable. It is impossible to live without failing at something and sometime, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you failed by default.
6. Failure gave me an inner security that I had never attained by passing board examinations. Failure taught me things about myself that I could have learned no other way.
7. You will never truly know yourself, or the strength of your relationships, until both have been tested by adversity. Such knowledge is a true gift, as it is painfully won, and it has been worth more than any formal qualification one has earned.
8. Your qualifications, your CV, are not your life, though you will meet many supervisors of any age who confuse the two.
9. Life is difficult, complicated, and beyond anyone’s control and you should have the humility to know the same. Yet one should have the courage that will enable you to survive its vicissitudes or misfortunes.
1. Imagination is the unique human power to foresee that which is not apparent. Imagination is the foundation of all innovation.
2. Think of Gregor Mendel in 1865 who enunciated the Law of Inheritance, without knowing chromosome, genes, and genetic coding, which we all are very familiar. What Mendel had at that time were some experimental facts on breeding of peas and plenty of imagination.
3. Every day of my working week in my early 20s (in India) and later in US, I was reminded how incredibly fortunate I was, to live in a country with a democratically elected government, where freedom is a way of life.
i. Now many of you must be thinking of all the negatives that you experience in India, at home, at work, in society, but then that is what life is all about.
ii. Instead, think of all the positives, India has achieved in 7-decades a Nuclear Power, Digitized Economy, Software Capital of the world etc. considering where we started after 800 years of foreign rule, which left the country penniless and masses in poverty.
4. I also learned more about human goodness from the writings of Abraham Lincoln, Swamy Vevekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandala and many more who had the imagination and courage to follow their chosen path which no one of their times had.
5. All of us have the power of imagination. But most prefer not to exercise our imaginations at all. They choose to remain comfortable within the bounds of our own learnings and peer experiences, never troubling to wonder how it would feel to fly into the unknown and the unchartered territory.
6. Once I was in a London Art Museum where I saw at the end of that Classics corridor written by the Greek author Plutarch: “What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality”. This statement expresses, our inescapable connection with the outside world, the fact that we touch other people’s lives simply by existing.
7. Your intelligence, your capacity for hard work, the education you have earned and received, your cultural upbringing, give you unique status, and unique responsibilities to explore the unknown by IMAGINATION.
i. Abraham Lincoln fought (and gave up his life) with his own white people to tell them that Slavery and Segregation is WRONG
ii. Swamy Vivekananda taught the Essence of Hinduism to the whole world
iii. Mahatma Gandhi fought the Mighty British Empire and liberated all of us from foreign rule
iv. Martin Luther King – humiliated by segregation and liberated blacks in US
v. Nelson Mandela was in Jail for 27-years by oppressive white rule, who later became the President of South Africa.
C. Now let me combine the Learnings from Failure and Imagination together and ask the question as to what you can be a model for youngsters who are yet to experience both failures and imagination
1. Choose to use your status and influence to raise your voice on behalf of those who have no voice.
2. Choose to identify not only with the powerful, but with the powerless.
3. Retain the ability to imagine yourself into the lives of those who do not have your advantages, then, it will not only be proud to your families who celebrate your existence, but thousands, if not millions of people whose reality you have helped change.
4. We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside us:
a. we have the power to IMAGINE and you only need to have the courage to take the imagination to its logical end.
5. Succeeding in life is easy, as long as you believe in yourself.
6. Trust yourself, and success will come along.
7. Remember that every problem is a challenge to prove yourself and a skill to be learned, practiced, and implemented for the benefit of the mankind.
D. Now Coming to Toxicology:
i. Toxicologists are not made in a day, a month, or a year. It takes decades of work, learning and solving real experimental challenges and hardships to become a toxicologist.
ii. Hence, patience is the key, continuous learning is the MANTRA to upgrade and uplift yourselves.
iii. One should not look for a job in toxicology but look for PASSIONand career in toxicology.
iv. I am sure you understand the difference between a job and Passion/Career.
v. Do not be afraid of failures, keep learning from your failures which is a part of life and keep Imagining which God almighty has endowed in you.
vi. Use your learning and your imagination to make your life and the life of people around you better than what is it today
Thanks to this platform.
I wish you all to get greater success in your life.
Thank-you very much.
Dear Management/TFM/CEO/Vice President….
Subject: Request for donations
ToxGurukul is a group of professionals in the field of toxicology who are in search of a platform to learn and share the vast knowledge in this area. This platform belongs to Independent professionals from different backgrounds of toxicology who share their knowledge to un-puzzle the Rubik’s cube that each face in their daily work routine. Our primary goal is educating the next generation of Toxicologists in India to get ready to serve the country in any capacity in Academic, Government and Industry at large and bring them to Global Standards to make them Second to None for competing with the Global Community. We also maintain a list of credible independent Toxicology Experts who are available as honest third party experts to offer our independent opinions on matters of national and international importance.
We are pleased to advise you that as of March 2019, we have Registered our organization with the Government of India (attached letter) as “ToxGurukul Foundation” as a Non-Profit Organization.
In this connection, we accept any and all donations from any Sponsor, which will be used STRICTLY for educational purposes. Fully audited annual accounts will be published in a transparent fashion on ToxGurukul Foundation website (www.toxgurukul.org.in), hence, there is completed transparency and accountability of your donated funds.
Most corporations have special funds DEDICATED for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities which are intended social causes. Those funds that are not used by 31st March (of each fiscal year) automatically expire. In this context, we are approaching you to see if there is any residual CSR funds (NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL) at your organization that you wish to donate from your 2018-19 fiscal year CSR funds to ToxGurukul Foundation. You are welcome to send your funds directly (electronically) to the following bank account:
Bank Name: Kotak Mahindra Bank, F.C. Road Pune
Bank Account number: 3913 01 1774
IFSC Code: KKBK0001769
PAN Number: AAHCT 22885
We thank the Dr. Naik (Management of Intox) for their donation of 2018-19 Fiscal Year CSR funds to the tune of 1.35 Lakh Rupees to the ToxGurukul Foundation.
We are hoping that you may consider doing the same to the extent possible.
By way of our activities, we are sharing (attached) the latest report on Proceedings of Risk Assessment on Personal Care Products (PCPs) and Cosmetics which was held in Ahmedabad which was attended by 200 participants and was the most admired workshop ever by all participants.
Conference proceedings (Download)
- Dr. K.S.Rao
ToxGurukul Team Members
Name: Mrs. Benita Saklani Maindola
Contact Phone: (+91) 93128 - 62512 (or) 93196 -74788
Name: Mr. Alex Thomas
Contact Phone: (+91) 97454- 450045
11 March, 2019
Subject: Appeal to Management groups in India
As a Board member, I attended the American Board of Toxicology (ABT) meeting in Baltimore (at SOT) and found to my shocking revelation that the over-all average passing rate in DABT is 82%. However, the passing rate among the subset of Indian candidates is only 35%, which is really VERY DISHEARTENING to me personally, with all the efforts we have made in the last 9-years.
I truly believe, bulk of the management in India (sorry to say), may not be appreciating the value of having a DABT in your establishment. Please ask any of the candidate in India who have passed. The exhilaration among those who have passed is something you will never get by simply giving pay raises.
I appeal to all management to consider doing something in your own way to encourage your employees to appear and pass the DABT in India. I am in no position to advise you, but please use your own techniques.
One of the incentive that comes to my (not the only one one) mind is to consider sending the freshly passed DABT from your institute to attend the Annual SOT meeting in US for one year, which can be a rewarding experience for your employees. The cost of such an endeavor is no more than 1.5 Lakhs, which most companies blow away on unproductive ways.
I truly believer, Indian candidates are as educated and are as intelligent as anyone in the world, but they deserve some kind of incentive from you, the management, to create an environment to consider you employees for appearing and passing DABT.
This is an unprecedented request not normally done (I am taking a personal risk), but I do care for Indian candidates and I want them to be successful in life.
- Dr. K. S. Rao
22 December, 2018
Subject: ToxGurukul Website Announcement
It is a momentous occasion for all of us to have our own Website. I welcome all of you to use the website for the benefit of all. This should be a nucleus of common ground for toxicologic communication and learning to improve your talent and advance your careers. I see there is a lot of Latent Energy in all of you. I want to see the innate Latent Energy in all of you be converted into Kinetic Energy for the advancement of knowledge to achieve the pinnacle in toxicology and compete globally. Finally, it is essential that the Kinetic Energy be converted into Radiant Energy, a form of energy transmitted through space where you will start helping others., which results in a community of informed toxicologists who will advance the society at large.
Toxicology consists of drugs (small and large molecules), chemicals, pesticides, nutraceuticals, vaccines, medical devices, food, environment, different species, including humans. In addition, we have various organ toxicity, mechanisms of toxicity, pharmacokinetics which is an integral part of toxicology. Simply knowledge of these agents is not enough, but you need to devise experiments to innovatively test such agents both in vitro, in vivo and of course where possible through in silico also. In this process, one should consider all avenues, including surrogate animals, when needed in a humane way. In any testing program (in vitro or in vivo), transparency, accuracy, and repeatability are of paramount importance to infuse confidence in the public at large and to future generations.
The granddaddy of all is the science of risk assessment to individuals, population, industrial workers, agricultural/pesticide workers, bystanders, infants, pregnant women, aged and diseased individuals etc. Not to forget the environmental toxicology which is far more important to leave our environment as pristine as possible to future generations. The process of risk assessment will assist the field of regulatory toxicology to Government institutes to manage various agents in a rational way. There is no one human being who can and will know on all of these aspects. It is a continual process of acquiring knowledge which in turn will result in a better society.
I wholeheartedly welcome all of you to share your knowledge and experiences and learn from each other’s expertise to reach that promised land – WISDOM.
- Dr. K. S. Rao
Aishna Sagar, Aurigene Discovery Technology
Alex Thomas, Cipla Ltd
Amol More, APT TESTING AND RESEARCH PVT LTD
Anand Swarup Kolla, Dr. Reddy's
Anil Gothi, Vivo Bio Tech
Anirban Mallik Thakur, Cipla Limited
Appalaraju Gorle, Biocon Limited
ARABINDA ADAK, Aurigene Discovery Technologies Limited
Ashish Upadhyay, imedglobal
Ashish Doshi, Dr.REDDY'S lab
Ashutosh Joshi, Dr Reddy's Laboratories
Beena V, CSIR IITR
BENITA SAKLANI MAINDOLA, LBPL
BHISMA NARAYAN PANDA, SHRIRAM INSTITUTE FOR INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
Carol Rodrigues`, Jubilant Biosys Limited
CHALIMETI PRAVEEN KUMAR, Sipra labs Ltd
Chandra shekhar, Vivo Bio Tech
Chandraiah Godugu, NIPER Hyderabad
Charamanna KB, Aurigene discovery technology limited
Chethan N, Toxminds
Chhavi Prakash Jindal, Dr Reddy's
Chilvery Shrilekha, NIPER
CHITTURI SREE VENKAT SATISH KUMAR, syngene international
CM Kalpana, imedglobal
Darshan Vaghela, Parul University, Vadodara
deepak ujawane, jrf
Deesha Ukey, Edara research foundation
Dhirendra Singh, CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research
Dr Mohmadsadik Mulla, Vimta Labs Limited
Dr Sateesh Belemkar, SPTM SVKMs NMIMS University Mumbai
Dr. Agam Shah, Dr. Reddy's Laboratory Limited
Dr. Atoshi Mukherjee, Vivo Biotech
Dr. B. Anil Kumar, College of Veterinary Sciences
Dr. B. Kalakumar Kalakumar, College of Veterinary Sciences
Dr. B. Rajendar Rajendar, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. Balaji Madrewar, Independent Consultant
Dr. C. Vinaya Sree, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. Dhanya Nair, Cipla Ltd
Dr. G. Swapna Swapna, College of Veterinary Sciences
Dr. K V S Narayana Raju, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
Dr. K. Aparna Aparna, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. K. Sneha Sneha, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. K. Vanitha Sree, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. Niraj Dahe Niraj, rcc lanoratories india private limited
Dr. Nisaath Begum, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. P. Manaswini Reddy, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. Ravi Kiran Chilivery, Vimta Labs
Dr. Saik Maimona Parveen Parveen, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. Sushma Sushma, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. Tummala Srinivas Reddy, College of Veterinary Science
Dr. Venkata Sesha Kanthikiran Varanasi, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd
Dr. Y. Ravikumar Ravikumar, College of Veterinary Science
Durgesh Nandan Shukla, Vns Group of institution, faculty of pharmacy, bhopal
Fareed Chowdary, iMEDGlobal Solutions India Private Limited (an FMD KL Company), 729, 5th Main Rd, 3rd Phase, J. P. Nagar, ,
Gada Srawan Kumar, Nalanda college of pharmaceutical Sciences
GANESH GURHALE, IMEDGLOBAL
GANGADEVI VINOD, NIPER HYDERABAD
Gariganti Rajeshwar Harika, Biocon
Gera Jemimah, Joginpally BR Pharmacy College
GOPUMADHAVAN S, The Himalaya Drug Company
Gudimetla Kiranmai, Gitam School of Pharmacy, GITAM, Hyderabad
Hanumanth Gada, RCC laboratories India Private Limited
HEMA BINDU, DR. REDDYS LABORATORIES
Hema Latha Turlapati, NIPER-Hyderabad
Hyndavi Yechuri, Drreddys
Hyndavi Yechuri, Dr.Reddys Laboratories
Jaiprakash Bhelonde, Vanta Bioscience Limited
JAYACHANDRA K C, eurofins advinus ltd
Jayasri Kandhala, Vimta labs ltd
JAYSHREE SHINDE, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
Jeevan Yewale, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd
Jerald Mahesh Kumar, CSIR - Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
Jomy Jose, RCC LABORATORIES INDIA PVT LTD
K. Rupa Rani, DRL
K. S. Rao, Eurofins Advinus
Kalaiselvan Ponnusamy, Syngene International Limited
Kalyani Derangula, Vivo Bio Tech
Kavya Bandaru, imedglobal
KIRAN D A, LIVEON BIOLABS PVT LTD
Kishore Rewatkar, Dr Reddys
Krishna Chaitanya, imedglobal
KRISHNAMURTHY M, KCC Biolabs
Krutik Andhariya, IDS infotech Ltd.
Krutik Andhariya, IDS infotech Ltd.
Kushal Kumar Rapolu, imedglobal
Leelakrishna Chowdary Anumolu, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
LIKITH N.G, Eurofins Advinus
Madhan Kumar Rose, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited
Madhav P, Mylan Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd
Madhusudan P Goravanahally, Syngene International Ltd
Malati Vakamulla, Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd
Malleshappa C. O., Syngene International Limited
Mallikarjuna Rao Dasari, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited
mamillapalli archan kumar, aurigene discovery technologies limited
Masireddy Narender Reddy, Vimta Labs Limited
MIRZA RIZWAN BAIG, The Himalaya Drug Company Makali, Bengaluru 562 162, India
Mohan Rao K, Dr Reddys Lab. Ltd.
Mukul Pore, ToxGurukul Foundation
muvvala saipriya, NIPER
NAGARAJU AKINAPALLY, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited
Nagula Naresh Kumar, syngene international limited
Narendra Kumar Bhimavarapu, Student
Naveen reddy, imedglobal
Naveen kumar, Vivo biotech
NAVEEN KUMAR R, AURIGENE DISCOVERY TECHNOLOGIES LTD
NIVYA SHARMA, NIPER HYDERABAD
Padmaja Vemula, NIPER
PANKAJ SHELAR, LUPIN LIMITED
periyasamy m, jubilant biosys ltd
Porchelvan Velayutham, Intox
Prabu P C, Tanuvas
Pradeep Kumar, Corteva Agriscience
Pradeep Dadisetti, imedglobal
Pradeep Kumar A, imedglobal
PRADEEP KUMAR H R, SYNGENE INTERNATIONAL LTD
PRAFULL SHRIVASTAVA, Aurigene Discovering Technologies Limited
Prasanna Raja, Natural Remedies Pvt Ltd
Praveen Gupta, Prado Pvt. Ltd.
PRAVIN PISE, AURIGENE DISCOVERY TECHNOLOGY LTD.
Puppala Sri Lakshmi, Pharmalex Inida Pvt Ltd.
Purelli Archana Reddy, rcc lanoratories india private limited
Raja Teja Jala, Nalanda institute of pharmaceutical sciences
RAJASEKHAR JALADI, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited
Rajesh Jadav, Torrent pharmaceutical limited
RAJESH ESWARAPPA, Aurigene Discovery Technologies Ltd
Rajkumar S, ADAMA
RAJKUMAR KUTANI, Dr Reddy's Laboratories
Raju Boyapally, Vivo Bio Tech
RAKESH RAJENDRAN, RCC LABORATORIES PVT LTD
RAMADEVI KALLAM, Dr.reddys
RAVI SANKAR VENU MADHAVA, DR.REDDY'S LABORATORIES LIMITED
Ravichandra Bv, Dr. Reddy's laboratories Ltd
Ravindra Mahajan, NIPER HYDERABAD
Renuka Pillai, Aurigene Discovery Technologies Limited
S P MUTHUKUMAR, CSIR - CENTRAL FOOD TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Sachin Raman Dangra, Dr. Reddys Laboratories Ltd
SaiKiran Yanala, NIPER-Hyderabad
SALIM TAMBOLI, Lupin Ltd.
Sandeep Sahu, Vns faculty of pharmacy
SARITA SAKLANI, lps
SARVODDAY SINGH RATHORE, SHRIRAM INSTITUTE FOR INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
Satyanarayana Chinthanippula, Dr reddys IPDO Bachupally
Satyavani Godavarthi, Vivo Bio Tech
Sayali Tekalkar, NIPER Hyderabad
Seema Balani, Vimta Labs Limited
Selvam Ganapathy, International Institute of Biotechnology and Toxicology
Shaik Reshma, Vimta labs ltd
Shamsur Rahman, Research Manager
Shekar Chelur, Aurigene Discovery Technologies Ltd
Shriharsh Bijargi, Novartis
Shrikant Satale, Dr. Reddys laboratories Ltd
Sidharth Bichpuria, Dr. Reddy's lab ltd
Sowjanya Thatikonda, NIPER Hyderabad
SOWMYA BHARATH, INTOX PVT LTD
Sri Lakshmi Yannani, Mylan Pharmaceuticals
Sri Veena Udatha R, Corteva Agrisciences
SRINIVAS PITTALA, BEN GURION UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV
SRINIVAS SEEKALLU, Anthem Biosciences Pvt. Ltd
sriswetha Meka, Joginpally B.R Pharmacy college
Subashini Panneerselvam, Syngene International
sundararaju Dodda, Laila Nutraceuticals
Supriya Kadari, Corteva
Swamynath Reddy Mungala, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited
Swathi Sri Kilaru, Nalanda institute of pharmaceutical sciences
Swetha Gayathri Sardi, Dr.Reddys laboratories
Syeda Sabika Fatima Raizvi, rcc lanoratories india private limited
Tarun Balani, IQVIA
Vamsi Mohana Reddy, Freyr Solutions
Veena Lakhwani, Eastman
Veerakasireddy Nakka (Hyderabad), imedglobal
Veeresh Kumar B, Corteva Agriscience
Venkata Rao, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University
Venkataramana Reddy, vidyaherbs pvt.ltd
Venkatesh Pooladanda, NIPER Hyderabad
Venugopal Yerragunta, Indian Immunologicals Limited
Vijayabalaji Venkatesan, Aurigene Discovery Technologies lImited
Vijetha Akkineni, Freyr Global Solutions
VIMLENDRA KUMAR SRIVASTAVA, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited
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Vishwajeet Mohan, ToxMinds
YOGESH GUPTA, DR. REDDY'S LABORATORIES LIMITED
Sushant Kamath, Abbott Healthcare Pvt Ltd
Sarita Mishra, Gujarat Forensic Science University
Mahammad Atiq P, Dabur Research Foundation
Rameshwari, Gujarat Forensic Science University
Dr. Surojit Mondal, Toxminds India consulting pvt ltd
Chethan N, Toxminds
Piyush Agarwal, Colgate Palmolive India Ltd.
Aaditya Vikram Gaur, Gujarat Forensic Science University
Pinakin B Soni , SUNPHARMA ADVANCED RESEARCH COMPANY LIMITED
SHASHANK SHEKHAR TIWARI, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University
Dr. M. R. Srinivasan, Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chennai
Dr. Shirishkumar Bhatiya, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Mathura
Sairam Kishore Arava, Laila Nutraceuticals Research & Development Center
Madhura Karkare, Sai Life Sciences
SAPNA GUPTA , Shriram Institute for Industrial Research, Delhi
Sapana Arjun Chavan, Sai Life Sciences Ltd., Hinjewadi, Pune , Maharashtra
Kanchan S Mangale , Bioneeds India Pvt LTD. Bangalore
Arun Kumar, Pharmalex India Pvt. Ltd
Priyanka Kohli, Pharmalex India Pvt. Ltd.
PARTH SONI, PHARMALEX INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
Bala Sandala, Vivo Bio Tech Ltd.
Poornima Sharma, Pharmalex India Private Limited
S.N. MALLESWARARAO KAGITA, VIVO BIO TECH LTD
SACHIN SAMBHAJI KARKALE, VIVO BIO TECH LTD
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Rita P. Rana, Shri B.V. Patel PERD ( Pharmaceutical Education and Research Development)centre
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ASHISH KAPOOR, JDM SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ORGANISATION PVT. LTD
Shahnaz Akhtar, Sun Pharma Advanced Research Company limited
Avani Roy, JDM SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ORGANISATION PVT. LTD.
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VIKAS DIGHE, ICMR-NIRRH
Dr Naveen S, Defence Food Research Laboratory
KETANKUMAR NAGARBHAI PATEL, TESTING LABORATORIES NETWORK
Sai Krishna Kaja, Eastman Chemical Company
Ronak Patel, Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Gitanjali Rohit, SSR COLLAGE OF PHARMACY, SAYLI SILVASSA-396230
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Nareshkumar Makwana, Genpact
Senthilkumar P Kuppusamy, Lubrizol Corporation
ANGAYARKANNI, Siddha central research institute (SCRI)
Dilip Sharma, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research-Ahmadabad
Shekhar Shivaji Gaikwad, Baxter International Inc.
Sanghamitra Mishra, ToxMinds
Anil Kumar Madupu, Johnson & Johnson Pvt. Ltd.
Sampath Kumar , COLGATE-PALMOLIVE
Parth Hirani , Johnson & Johnson
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Ravishankar Nagarajan, Johnson & Johnson Pvt Ltd
VENKATESH. B.T., BOTSKEM LABS
Nishit Kachhela, Intertek
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Dr. RAHUL CHAUDHARI, Johnson & Johnson Pvt. Ltd.
Sandeep Pandit Sarode, Johnson and Johnson Pvt.Ltd
Deepu Achuthan Menon, ELLEGAARD GÃ–TTINGEN MINIPIGS
Sanjay Suresh Kumar Talreja, Intertek
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Vikram Singh Khuraijam, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited
Vishal Khakal, Genpact India Pvt Ltd.
Ranganath STG, Freyr Global Regulatory Solutions & Services Company
Vijetha Akkineni, Freyr Global Solutions. Hyderabad
Vimal Patel, Intertek India Pvt Ltd
Jerry Varghese, Sun Pharma Advanced Research Company Ltd
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Priyadarshini Muniswamy , Sun Pharma Advanced Research Company Limited
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Pruthvi Sanghavi, HPC Entherprises
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Ravindra Satpute, Defence Research and Development Establishment
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Ronak Mehta, SARC LLP
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Dr. Ritesh S. Patel, SARC LLP
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Dr. Sapna S Singh, SARC LLP
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Anjali Lewate, Cadila Healthcare Limited
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Mukul Pore, INTOX PVT LTD
Hitesh A. Kadu, Zydus Cadila
Chitrang Shah, Cadila Healthcare Ltd.
Sayali Ramteke, Cadila healthcare
SUDHIR PATEL, CADILA HEALTHCARE LTD
Viral I. Rajwadi, Zydus Cadila
Dr. Kaushik Thakor, SDAU
Viren Kothule , Cipla Ltd
Dr Bakul Kumar Datta, Cipla Ltd
Rajiv Desai, Toxikon India
Mohith Kulkarni, Toxikon
Rushikesh Shukla, Cadila Healthcare Ltd
Dr. VGS Sharma, SARC LLP
Gaurang Shah, L.M.College of Pharmacy
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Dr Praful Bharadia, L M College of Pharmacy
Professor Mamta B Shah , L M College of Pharmacy
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