The director of the RUDN University Shared Research and Educational Center Abramovich R.A. took part in the XXIst International Congress «Phytopharm 2017» and 10th Anniversary of the TCM Research Center Graz
The XXIst International Congress «Phytopharm 2017» and 10th Anniversary of the TCM Research Center Graz 2-5 of July was held from 2 to 5 July 2017 at the University of Graz, Austria. The Congress was devoted to the discussion of topical issues of natural origin drugs, which consist main interest for specialists in phytopharmacy and the pharmaceutical industry. Plenary and key lectures were presented by leading professors, as well as representatives of industry.
Leading universities and research organizations, which have participated in the Congress.
-St-Petersburg Institute of Pharmacy, Russia
-Karl Franzens University of Graz, Austria
-Medical University of Graz, Austria
-Saint-Petersburg Chemical-Pharmaceutical Academy (SPCPA), Russia
-Federal Reserach Center of Nutrition, Biotechnology and Safety of Food, Moscow, Russia
-Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research (GA)
- Medicinal plant products: challenges, safety and efficacy
- Quality control of natural medicinal preparations
- Best practices in traditional medicines research
- TCM herbal medicine research
- Systems biology based medicinal plant research
- Technology of natural medicinal products
- Advances in clinical studies of Phytotherapeutics
- Regulation of herbal medicinal products and food supplements in Russia, the European Union, China and the USA.
The director of the RUDN University Shared Research and Educational Center Abramovich R.A. took part in the 21st Congress «Phytopharm 2017» and presented the report «The metabolomic approach to the investigation of secondary metabolites of herbal samples<» (R.A. Abramovich, V.G. Vasil’ev, S.V. Goryainov, O.G. Potanina, V.I. Ossipov).
RUDN University biologist with colleagues from Brazil and Iran found how to alleviate the stress of fish during transportation. It turned out that this can be achieved with salted water.
RUDN University agronomists have proposed a new scheme for fertilizing winter wheat, which allows increasing the yield by 68%. The key to this is in the combination of nitrogen and growth regulators.