National Seminar and Workshop on 3D Printing Technology in Pharmaceutical and Medical Applications at Marwadi University

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Marwadi Education Foundation’s Group of Institutions (MEFGI), established in 2008 under the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950, is an organ of the Marwadi Education Foundation. It is among the 4% Indian institutions accredited with NAAC A+ Grade and the only one in Gujarat. Marwadi University is promoted by Marwadi Shares and Finance Limited (MSFL) & Chandarana Intermediaries Brokers Pvt. Ltd. (CIBPL), a major stock broking company and a leading firm dealing in technical and arbitrage trading in Indian Stock Markets. Spread across 40-acres campus, it is home to 9000+ students from 22 countries enrolled in 30+ diverse programs taught by 500+ educators that include 120+ Ph.D. faculty, offering a unique blend of quality education, industry-connect and global exposure at a very affordable cost in a safe and secure environment of Rajkot.

Objectives of Seminar and Workshop on 3DP:
Growing demand for customized pharmaceutics and medical devices has impacted an upswing in manufacturing in recent years. 3D printing has become one of the most revolutionary and powerful tools serving as a technology of precise manufacturing of individually developed dosage forms, tissue engineering, and disease modeling. The 3D printing of drug delivery systems and medical devices serves as an attractive tool to produce customized products. Since a few years, the concept of 3D-printed drug formulation has commenced.

GUJCOST sponsored National Seminar and Workshop on

“3D Printing Technology in Pharmaceutical and Medical Applications”.

Friday 6th September, 2019

The introduction of additive manufacturing into a clinic reduces the time and costs of medical treatment and improves the success rate of surgeries. It may also lead to the development of new surgical procedures, especially surgeries that are risky and rarely performed. Moreover, 3D printing of highly mimetic models of organs for surgical training can ease and shorten operation time and decrease the intraoperative complications. Simultaneously, additive manufacturing faces several challenges in terms of design parameters control, device performance, the biocompatibility of printed material and sterilization. However, the benefits outweigh the challenges, making this a promising avenue.

Who should participate?
Participation is open to all individual. Those desirous to participate in this seminar should fill registration form along with registration fee.

Registration Fee : Student/ Research scholar: INR 200/- | Academician: INR 300/- | Industry Person: INR 500/- | Spot registration: INR 500/- General information: Fees includes certificate, Registration kit, Refreshment and Comprehensive course materials. It does not include dinner and accommodation. The participant will have to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

Mode of payment: Cash/ Digital payment through
UPI ID: 9979961431@upi

Last date for registration: September 02, 2019

For any assistance related to registration please contact us on: +91-9106224834 | +91-9979961431 |

Organized by
Faculty of Pharmacy, Marwadi University
Rajkot-Morbi highway road, Rajkot, 360003, Gujarat, India


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