From 5th to 7th of July 2017 the 1st Russian interuniversity GxP-summit with international participation «Choice of the best. Time forward» will be held in Tula.
The participants of the event are students of the leading specialized medical universities from Russia and other member-countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).
The organizer of the summit is the «Guiding star» foundation.
The event dedicated to the GxP practice in such a format is held in Russia for the first time. Over the past few years the Russian pharmaceutical industry has started to develop particularly intensively. Against the background of this process, there is a lack of human resources in the production of medicines, as well as lack of control of their quality.
The Educational center of the FBI «SIM & GxP» is the trustee of the GxP summit programme – it is the leading platform for preparing and retraining of specialists in the pharmaceutical industry. The main aim of FBI «SIM & GxP» and of the organizing committee of the GxP summit is to give targeted support for young talents in pharmacology and to develop educational programms for inspectors in pharmacology.
Students and PG students of leading specialized faculties of leading medical universities may take part in the summit after winning in a contest which consists of several stages – submitting of applications for participation, assignment of the researches/structured abstracts and finally evaluation of the works by an expert commission.
The programme of the summit is divided into two parts – academic competition and practical block. All students will be invited to take part in specialized sessions dedicated to professions in modern pharmaceutics: chemists, microbiologists, biochemists, biotechnologists, chemical technologists, pharmaceutical technologists, biochemical technologists, engineering technologists, pharmaceutical analytics, pharmaceutical organizers.
The best students will be identified through testing based on the results of the sessions. The winners will be awarded with targeted support in their studies.