Job as Product Specialist in Biotechnology company - Require dental candidate

India's first private dental stem cell bank, is proud to introduce the radical concept of Dental Stem Cell Banking. This innovative approach has been engaged by accessing the patented technology of extracting viable stem cells from the human tooth. With an aim to gain repute in the era of regenerative medicine, Company endeavors to be the largest stem cell bank offering services of the highest standards.

Opening for D.Pharm, B.Pharm, M.Pharm as Health Advice Officer in Health Management and Research Institute | 5 Posts

Health Management and Research Institute (HMRI) is a nonprofit organization working towards improved access and quality of healthcare services for all. HMRI is leveraging state-of-the-art information and communication technologies and modern management practices to transform healthcare delivery by creating the world’s largest integrated digital health network.


MR. Gunjegaonkar S.M., MR. Shelke T.T.
Assistance Professor.
Dept. of Pharmacology JSPM’s Charak College of Pharmacy and research,
Wagholi, Pune. Maharashtra.

Internal audit is designed programme to seek any short comings in quality assurance systems and to suggest corrective action. It also monitors implementation and compliance with current good manufacturing practices.

1. Ensure  that  companies  operations  remain  compliance  with  and  implements  cGMP.
2. Assist in ensuring continuous quality improvement.
3. Cover all corrective aspects in production and quality control.


Shrikant Ojha
Department of Quality Assurance Techniques,
Sinhgad College of Pharmacy, Vadgaon (Bk.),
Pune -411041, Maharashtra, India.

The Pharmaceutical industry in India is the world's third-largest in terms of volume and stands 14th in terms of value. In terms of the global market, India currently holds a modest 1-2% share, but it has been growing at approximately 14% per year during the last four year[1]. India gained its foothold on the global scene with its innovatively engineered generic drugs and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API), and it is now seeking to become a major player in outsourced clinical research as well as contract manufacturing and research. India also has a vast pool of trained pharmaceutical scientists, doctors and researchers, which opens up avenues for joint collaborative research for new drug discoveries along with joint intellectual property rights.

National AIDS Research Institute invites Scientist-D (Molecular Virology)

National AIDS Research Institute [NARI] was established in October 1992 in Bhosari, Pune on a seven acre plot. The Institute has progressively expanded its activities in various aspects of research on HIV and AIDS through infra-structural development, capacity building & research programmes. The present infrastructure includes the Institute housed in a 28024 sq.


About Authors:
Varsha Tanaji Jadhav1*, 2Joyeeta Sanyal
Cilicant Chem.Pvt.Ltd., Microbiologist, Pune
Rasayani Biologic.Ltd., Microbiologist

Nephrotoxcity is the injury or damage to the one or both of the kidneys due to a toxic material. Usually toxic material taken orally results in nephrotoxicity. The kidneys are the most essential organs of the urinary system. They are responsible for the quality, quantity and filtration of the fluids in the body. Every day, the kidneys filter about 180 litres of blood, and about four times as much as the amount that passes through any other organ. Hence the kidneys are more often exposed to toxic substances in the blood and are very vulnerable to damage from those materials. They also help to control blood pressure and other direct cell activities and homeostasis as they produce vitamins and hormones for example hormones erythropoietin, rennin. Other important functions performed by them are regulation of calcium, chloride, sodium ions, and pH control (Taferner B, et al., 2009). The kidneys functional units are the nephrons. Diseases of the kidney are diverse, but they commonly display some characteristic clinical features. These include chronic diseases, acute injuries, urinary tract obstruction and infection, renal damage or failure. Epidemiological results suggest that environmental toxins like heavy metals plays significant role in the development of these diseases. Particularly large amounts of these are disposed of as industrial by-products which are not biodegradable. The incidences of chronic and acute renal failures have risen in past few years. In the America only, kidney diseases are the ninth leading cause of death (Ernesto Sabath et al., 2012). Hence identifying the risk factors associate with these diseases is important to prevent it.This report aims to discuss the physiopathological mechanisms and the consequences of kidney injury due to arsenic and Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAID).