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Pharmaceuticals in Developing and Emerging Economies:

Production, Innovation, and Access to Medicines in the wake of TRIPS

Image Gallery - 17 - 19 September 2010


Dr Hans Lofgren and Prof. Manohar Rao


Dr Hans Lofgren and Prof. J.V.M. Sarma


Prof. Rao welcoming Dr Andre de Mello e Souza from Brazil and Dr Mohammed El Said from Qatar


Organising Committee members and students from Deakin University, Australia


Inaugural session


Deakin Organising Committee member, Dean Coldicott with Prof. Rao


Dr Hans Lofgren with Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad


Prof. Manohar Rao with Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad


Dr Mira Shiva with Rawneet Pawah and ....


Dr Hans Lofgren welcoming Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad


Inaugral address by Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad


Keynote address by Professor D. Balasubramanian, Director of Research, L. V. Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, India - The birth and growth of the pharma and biotech industry in Andhra Pradesh- a ringside view


Keynote address by Dr Mira Shiva, Coordinator, Initiative for Health and Equity in Society and Founder Coordinator and Co-convenor, All India Drug action Network (AIDAN), Delhi, India - Access to Medicines , IPR and Public Health


Keynote address by Dr Usha Ramanathan, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, India - ‘Pharmaceutical Production: Risk, Responsibility and Reparation’


Keynote address by Professor Bhargava P. M., Founding Director, Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad, India - 'Medical and Health Care Scenario in 2050: Where India can contribute'


Keynote address by James Love, Director of Knowledge Ecology International (KEI), USA - Strategy for de-linking R&D costs and drug prices, for sustainable innovation with access for all



Keynote address by Anand Grover, United Nations - The future of access to medicines


Welcome by Prof. Manohar Rao, University of Hyderabad, India


Welcome by Dr Hans Lofgren, Deakin University, Australia


Welcome by Dr G. Vijay, University of Hyderabad, India


Address by Ms Ravneet Pawha, Country Director,
Deakin University, New Delhi, India


Dr Lofgen with Mr Vishwajeet Mohan from Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council (Pharmexcil, Hyderabad) & Mr Vikas Garg Vikas Garg, DATAMONITOR, India


Prof. Rao with Prof. Mohamed Eldawy from Egypt and Mr Hamidu Oluyedun from Nigeria


Conference Delegates


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Panel 1: Access to ARVs in Sub‐Saharan Africa: implications of the patents amendment bill in India


Ramya Shashedri (Lawyers Collective HIV/AIDS Unit Bangalore), Dr Gopal Dabade MD (All India Drug Action Network), Dr Christiane Fischer (BUKO Pharma‐Kampagne) (Panel Convenor), Professor Andy Gray (University of Durban, South Africa) & Dr Chinu Srinivas (Locost)


Panel 2: Biosimilars/biogenerics in developing countries: Challenges and opportunities - Professor Mohamed A. Eldawy (Tanta University, Egypt) (Panel Convenor) & Dr Krishna Ella (Bharat Biotech, Hyderabad)


Dr Wael Mohamed Ebied (SEDICO Pharmaceutical Co., Egypt) & Dr Sriram Akundi V. (Biocon, Bangalore),

Panel 3: The environmental, social and political dimensions of pharmaceutical manufacturing – Professor V. Sudarshan Rao (National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad), Professor Babu Rao (Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Rtd.),


Dr K. L. Rao (Jeedimetla Effluent Treatment Limited) & Dr G Vijay (University of Hyderabad) (Panel Convenor),


Panel 4: EU – Free Trade Agreements and Access to Medicines: A real or imagined threat? - Kajal Bhardwaj (Legal Consultant, Delhi) (Panel Convenor), Dr Owain Williams (Aberystwyth University, UK) & Mr K M Gopakumar (Third World Network, New Delhi)


Dr Mohammed El Said (Lancashire Law School, Jordan) & Kajal Bhardwaj (Legal Consultant, Delhi) (Panel Convenor), Dr Hans Lofgren (Chair), Ms Leena Menghaney (Doctors Without Borders & Loon Gangte, Delhi Network of Positive People)


Panel 5: Alternative R&D funding models: should the IPR system be abandoned? – Panel Convenor Professor Manohar Rao (University of Hyderabad)


Professor Manohar Rao (University of Hyderabad), Professor Pranav Desai (Jawaharlal Nehru University), Dr Dinesh Abrol (NISTADS), Dr Zaki Thomas (CSIR), Professor Javed Iqbal (University of Hyderabad), Professor Haribababu (University of Hyderabad), Mr James Love (Knowledge Ecology International, USA) & Mr Philip Soos (Deakin University, Australia)


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Cultural Program & Dinner hosted by Professor Seyed E. Hasnain, Vice‐Chancellor, University of Hyderabad


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Cultural Program & Dinner hosted by Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University, Australia


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