Principal

Dr. T. N. K. Suriyaprakash, M.Pharm, PhD, 
Principal
Mob.: 09446300939 
Tel (O): +91 4933 271416, 217186
Email : tnksuri@gmail.com

CENTRALLY FUNDED PROJECTS 

  • Coordinator – Sanctioned with a grant of Rs. 5.0 lakhs under Enterpreneurship Development Cell by AICTE, New Delhi, for the project titled ‘Establishment of Value Added Patent Information Cell’ for the year 2013-2014.

  • Principal Investigator – Sanctioned with a grant of Rs.7.5 lakhs under MODROB Scheme by AICTE, New Delhi, for the project titled ‘Modernisation of Pharmaceutics Research Laboratory’ for the year 2011-2013.

  • Co-Investigator – Sanctioned with a grant of Rs. 4.46 lakhs under Open Source Drug Discovery by CSIR, New Delhi, for the project titled ‘OSDD Centre at Al Shifa College of Pharmacy’ for the year 2011 - 2012.

  • Principal Investigator - Completed a RPS project titled ‘Formulation and Evaluation of Rifampicin Niosome for Anti Tubercular Treatment under DOTS Strategy’ with a grant of Rs.8.51 lakhs from AICTE, New Delhifor the year 2007-2009.

  • Co-Coordinator - Completed a EMD project titled ‘Pharma Management & Entrepreneurship Development’ with a grant of Rs. 4 lakhs from AICTE, New Delhifor the year 2005-2007

ORGANISED CENTRALLY / STATE FUNDED QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMMES

  • Programme Coordinator – Pharmacy Practice Module 8 at Al Shifa College of Pharmacy in November 2014, attended by 300 delegates, having resource persons from United States of America with President, Pharmacy Council of India as Chief Guest.

  • Co-coordinator - One day -  ‘Workshop for Pharmacists’ conducted in2004 .

  • Coordinator – Two days National Seminar on ‘Intellectual Property Rights’ sponsored by MHRD, New Delhi with a grant of Rs. 1 lakh in the year 2005-2006.

  • Coordinator - One week Short Term TrainingProgramme sponsored by ISTE, AICTE, New Delhi, on “Recent Trends in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology” with a grant of Rs. 90,000/- for the year 2005-2006.

  • Coordinator – One day National Symposium – PRISM – participated by 294 delegates – self-sponsored programme in the year 2009.

  • Coordinator - Two days National Seminar Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi, on “Nano Bio Governance – Pharmaceutical Technical Advances, Research Challenges and future directions” with a grant of Rs. 75,000/-for the year 2005-2006.

  • Coordinator - AICTE Sponsored Two days National Seminar on “Role of Nanotechnology in the development of Herbal Medicine – An Update” with a grant of Rs. 1, 12,000/- for the year 2010-2011.

  • Coordinator - ICMR Sponsored Two days Workshop on “Stem Cells Applications & Opportunities in Drug Discovery” with a grant of Rs. 25,000/- for the year 2010-2011

Research Profile

  • PhD           -    1
  • M.Pharm.   -   19
  • B.Pharm.    -   50

Publications

  • Book Chapters                                
  • Elsevier                                     
  • InTech                                       
  • International /  National                
  • Presentations                                  
  • Communicated                               
  • Invited Lectures delivered              
  • Judge for symposiums           
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ACADEMIC / CO-CURRICULAR

  • PhD Guide for 2 scholars

  • Evaluated 12 PhD research projects

  • Twenty years of experience in teaching Pharmacy subjects to B.Pharm&M.Pharm students of The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai

  • Five years of experience in Pharmaceutical Industries

  • Completed in Post Graduate Diploma in Patents Law at Nalsar University of Law in 2007 and DL -101 course in WIPO, Geneva

  • Knowledge in cGMP,ISO and Accreditation implementation process

  • Completed Internal ISO 9001 Auditor Course by Germanischer Lloyd and MAM Consultants, Mumbai

  • Co-authored a chapter, ‘Extraction of Drug from the Biological Matrix: A Review’ in a online book 'Applied Biological Engineering - Principles and Practice' published by InTech of Croatia in March 2012

  • Co-authored a chaptertitled 'Impact of Microbial Surface Contamination and Effective Environment Monitoring System in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing' to the book titled "Developments in Surface Contamination and Cleaning" published by Elsevier in December 2012. Reported more than 6000

  • Co-authored a chapter titled Drug Discovery – Role of Clinical and Regulatory Affair Teams in Turning a Potent Agent into a Registered Product’, published in Elsevier in May 2014

ACADEMIC PROFILE

PhD in Pharmacy

Year of Qualifying:  May 2012

University: The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai

Topic: FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF RIFAMPICIN NIOSOMEs FOR ANTI-TUBERCULAR TREATMENT WITH ISONIAZID

Funded by: All India Council of Technical Education, New Delhi under Research Promotion Scheme

Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm)

Year of Passing: February 1992

University: Birla Institute of Technology and Science, (BITS) Pilani, Rajasthan      

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)

Year of Passing: May 1987

University: Madurai Medical College, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamilnadu


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

OCTOBER 2012 to PRESENT

Al Shifa College of Pharmacy

Poonthavanm Post, Kizhattur, Perintalmanna - 679322, Malappuram District, Kerala. Tel.: 04933-271416, 212100, 271212

Designation: Principal & Professor of Pharmaceutics

Note: Al Shifa College of Pharmacy offers M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics, Pharm. Chemistry, Pharm. Analysis & Pharm. Practice), Pharm.D., Pharm.D (Post Baccalaurte), B.Pharm., & D.Pharm. was established in the year 2002 and one of the pioneers of Pharmacy Education in Kerala

JUNE 2003 to SEPTEMBER 2012                    

Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Periyar Centenary Educational Complex, K-Sathanoor Road, Trichy-620 021 Tel.:0431-2459911

Designation: Head, Department of Pharmaceutics.

Note: Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, an NBA Accredited (B.Pharm course for five years) and ISO 9001 Certified institution offers courses from diploma to doctoral level in pharmacy established in 1982.

Responsibilities:

  • Director (Training & Placement)
  • NBA Implementation Coordinator
  • Project guide for M.Pharm and B.Pharm Students
  • Subjects handled
    • Industrial Pharmacy and Advances in Drug Delivery Systems for M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) students
    • Physical Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms & Cosmetology, Formulative Pharmacy & Biopharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Technology for B.Pharm students
  • Member of Technology Business Incubator (Periyar TBI) team
  • Convener -  ‘Institutional Quality Circle Review’
  • Secretary – Academic Council
  • Student Projects –  
    • M.Pharm: 15 projects completed  
    • B.Pharm: 50 projects have been completed 
  • Examiner and Paper Setter for –
    • Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur
    • The Tamilnadu Dr.MGR Medical University, Chennai
    • Annamalai University, Chidambaram
    • Calicut University, Calicut
    • Vinayaka Missions University, Salem
    • SRM University, Chennai
    • Anna University, Trichy
    • SASTRA University, Thanjavur

JULY  2000 to JUNE 2003

Sankaralingam Bhuvaneswari College of Pharmacy

Anaikuttam Road, Sivakasi – 626130, Tamilnadu, India. Tel.: 04562-231918

Designation: Head, Department of Pharmaceutics.

Note: Sankaralingam Bhuvaneswari College of Pharmacy is one of the premier institutes offering pharmacy courses affiliated to The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai, run for the past 20 years produces scholars of high calibre.

Responsibilities:

  • Head of the Department of Pharmaceutics
  • Subjects handled – Formulative and Industrial Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Technology and Physical Pharmaceutics
  • Member - Academic Advisory Panel
  • Member - Staff Recruitment Panel

JANUARY 1994 to MAY 1999

Ultra College of Pharmacy

College Road, Tahsildar Nagar, Madurai – 625009 Tamilnadu, India. Tel.: 0452-2534597

Designation: Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics

Note: Ultra Trust runs courses in Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Nursing up to master’s level.  Institute was started in the year 1980 and is affiliated to The Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai.

Responsibilities:

  • Handled classes for B.Pharm degree students
  • Subjects handled–Formulative and Industrial Pharmacy, Physical Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
  • In-charge of all pharmaceutics laboratories, machine/equipment room and students placement

FEBRUARY 1992 to DECEMBER 1993

Osaki Products (P) Limited,

45, Main Road, Viswanathapuram, Madurai – 625 014.  Tel.: 0452 2643407   

Designation:  Production Executive

Note: Osaki Products (P) Limited has liquid oral division and solid dosage forms in both allopathic and ayurvedic drugs.

Responsibilities:

  • Managing the entire Production Process
  • Definition and Implementation of Good Manufacturing Practice

JULY 1989 to DECEMBER 1990

Pharma Research and Analytical Laboratories (A unit of TTK Healthcare Ltd., Chennai)

      E-7, Industrial Estate, Maraimalainagar, Chennai. Tel: 0091 4114 252244

Designation:  Production In charge

Note: Pharma Research and Analytical Laboratories is a sister unit of TTK Pharma Limited, areputedmanufacturers of Pharmaceutical drugs specialising in Granules formulation along with tablets, liquid orals and injectables.

ROLE:

  • Managing the entire Production Process, employing 150 workers, reporting to the Managing Director
  • Definition and Implementation of ISO 9001 based Quality Control measures in co-ordination with Quality Control Department.

SEPTEMBER 1987 to JULY 1989

TTK Pharma Ltd., Madras, India

6, Old Trunk Road, Pallavaram, Madras - 600 043.   Tel: 044 2368831, 2368872

Designation:  Production Chemist

Note: TTK Pharma Ltd. was $100 Million Company having operations all over India and exporting ayurvedic products, with a work force of more than 1000 with numerous well established products.  Market leader in ayurvedic (Indian Herbal medicine) pediatric formulations.

ROLE:

  • Member of the Product team responsible for the creation of new products
  • Worked in Tablets, injections and semi-solid divisions
  • Part of the Production Automation team that defined the new manufacturing procedures.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Comparative in vitro Evaluation of Commercial Ciprofloxacin Tablets, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, R. Ravi, V. Ganesan, S. Sathesh Kumar, R. Bino Kingsley. The Indian Pharmacist, Vol.III, No.20, February 2004, 49-51
  2. Formulation and Physico-chemical Evaluation of Polystyrene Nanoparticles Containing Cefotaxime Sodium, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, S.Sathesh Kumar, R.Ravi,  R. Bino Kingsley. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nov – Dec 2004, 86-94
  3. Anti-Hepatotoxic Activity of Indigofera Tinctoria, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, S. Sathesh Kumar, S.M.Sivakumar, R. Ravi. Nigerian Journal of Natural Products and Medicine, Vol. 08, 2004, 115-118
  4. Anti-bacterial and Anti-fungal Activity of Root Extracts of Mollugo oppositifolia Linn. T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, P.Muthuprasana, R.Ravi, R.Bino Kingsley, S. Sathesh Kumar, Hamdard Medicus, Vol. XL VIII, No.2, 2005. 57-59
  5. Wound Healing Activity of Ruellia petula, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, P.Muthuprasana, R.Ravi, R.Bino Kingsley, S.Sathesh Kumar,  Hamdard Medicus, Vol. XL VIII, No.4, 2005, 49-51
  6. Formulation, Characterization and in vitro evaluation of acarbose loaded ultra-deformable liposome gel for effective transdermal delivery, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, V. Dinesh Kumar, T.S. Easwari. Adv. Pharmacol Toxicol. 11(1) 2010 43-46
  7. Cleaning Validation and its Importance in Pharmaceutical Industry, S. Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, Pharma Times, Vol. 42. No. 07. July 2010, 21-25
  8. Impurities and its Importance in Pharmacy. S. Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, Int J of Pharm Sci Rev and Res. Vol. 3 Issue 2. July – Aug 2010,66-71
  9. Formulation and Evaluation of Rifampicin and Gatifloxacin Niosomes on Logarithmic-Phase Cultures of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. N.Pavala Rani, T.N.K. Suriyaprakash, R. Senthamarai. Int J of Pharma and Biosciences. Vol.1/issue-4/Oct-Dec.2010, 379-387
  10. Drafting of Patent Specification. S.Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K.Suriyaprakash. Int J of Pharma Res., June – Dec 2010, 71-78
  11. Herbal Cosmeceutical Preparations: A Review Part One. T.N.K.Suriyaprakash, S.Lakshmana Prabu. Int J of Pharma Res., June – Dec 2010     92-98
  12. Formulation and Evaluation of Sustained Release Microspheres of Ibuprofen, T.N.K.Suriyaprakash, S. Lakshmana Prabu, A. Sumathi, Res Pharmaceutica, Vol.2, Issue 1 Jan.-Feb. 2011, 51- 56
  13. Herbal Cosmeceutical Preparations: A Review Part Two, T.N.K.Suriyaprakash S.Lakshmana Prabu, Int J of Pharma Res., Jan – June 2011, 1-5
  14. Niosomes – A Review   T.N.K.Suriyaprakash, S. Lakshmana Prabu, A. Sumathi, Res Pharmaceutica, Vol.2, Issue 2, March-April 2011, 1-11>
  15. Waste Water Technologies: A Review, S.Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K.Suriyaprakash, J.Ashok Kumar, Pharma Times, Vol. 43-No. 05, May 2011, 9-13
  16. Procedure for Obtaining Patents, S.Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K.Suriyaprakash, Pharma Times, Vol. 43-No. 10, October 2011,19-29
  17. Development and Validation of Stability Indicating High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography Assay Method for Estimation of Duloxetine HCl in Bulk Drug and Pharmaceutical Dosage Form, S.Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K.Suriyaprakash, S. Thiyagarjan, Elixir Hor. & Sig. 35 (2011), 2816-2819
  18. Dissolution test optimization for coumarin in the tablet dosage form, S.Lakshmana Prabu, S. Thiyagarajan, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash. Inventi Rapid: Pharm Tech. 2011; (4),  1-3
  19. In-vitro studies of diclofenac sodium controlled-release dosage form biopolymeric hydrophilic matrices, Suriyaprakash T.N.K., Lakshmana Prabu S., Satyam T. Ars Pharm. 2011; 52(2), 20-24
  20. Development and Validation of a Dissolution Method with UV Analysis for Coumarin Tablets S. Lakshmana Prabu, S. Thiyagarajan, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash     Acta Pharmaceutica Sciencia. 2011; 53:    453-458
  21. Formulation and Evaluation of Paclitaxel Niosomes for its improved anti-cancer activity, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash, S. Parthiban, S. Lakshmana Prabu, A. Sumathi,Acta Pharmaceutica Sciencia. 2011; 53:   469-475
  22. Formulation and Evaluation of Poly Herbal Shampoos for its Antimicrobial and Anti-Lice Activity, Suriyaprakash T.N.K., Kalaivani R, Lakshmana Prabu S, Sumathi A.Elixir Sci. & Phar. 2011 (39)          4639-4642
  23. Preparation and Evaluation of Mouth Dissolving Salbutamol Sulpate Tablets by using Different Superdisintegrants TNK Suriyaprakash, S. Lakshmana Prabu, A. Sumathi. Res Pharmaceutica, 2011; 2(5), 10-14
  24. Nutraceuticals and their medicinal importance, S. Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash, C. Dinesh Kumar, S. Suresh Kumar. International Journal of Health & Allied Sciences, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Apr-Jun 2012, 47-53
  25. Design and evaluation of Matrix diffusion controlled transdermal patches of dexibuprofen    S. Lakshmana Prabu, S. Thiyagarajan, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash, M. Amritha, R. Manibharathi, N. Priyadarshini. The Journal of Applied Research, Vol. 12, No.1, 2012, 38-46
  26. Development of Difference Spectrophotometric Method for the Estimation of Leflunomide in Tablet Dosage Form          S. Lakshmana Prabu, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash, A. Shanmugarathinam. Chemical Industry & Chemical Engineering Quarterly, 18 (3) (2012), 407-410
  27. Design and Evaluation of Matrix Diffusion Controlled Transdermal Patches of Coumarin, S. Lakshmana Prabu, S. Thiyagarajan, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash. Current Drug Delivery, 2012, 9, 1-7
  28. Intellectual Property Rights  and its Development in India, T.N.K.Suriyaprakash,  S.Lakshmana Prabu, Pharma Times - Vol. 44 - No. 07 - July 2012, 25-28
  29. Development and validation of stability indicating RP-HPLC method for the estimation of coumarin in bulk drug and pharmaceutical dosage form, S. Lakshmana Prabu, S. Thiyagarajan, P. Balan, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash. Chemical Industry and Chemical Engineering Quarterly, Communicated
  30. Formulation and Evaluation of Oral Controlled Release Clarithromycin Matrix Tablets Using Hydrophilic Polymer, T.N.K. Suriya Prakash, S. Lakshmana Prabu, A. Arumugarajan, A. Sumathi, ARS Pharmaceutica, Communicated
  31. Formulation and Evaluation of Oral Controlled Release Clarithromycin Matrix Tablets Using Hydrophilic Polymer, Timmakondu Narasimman Kuppusami Suriyaprakash, Sakthivel Lakshmana Prabu, Arun Kumar alias Arumugarajan, Arumugam Sumathi Communicated to BJPS, Communicated
  32. A comprehensive review of tuberculosis, T. N. K. Suriyaprakash, S. Lakshmana Prabu, A. Sumathi. Journal of Pharmaceutical research, Accepted

CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIUMS - PRESENTATIONS

  1. Preparation and characterization of rifampicin niosomes using various ratios of surfactants TNK. Suriyaprakash, Paul Jebaraj, Sumathi A, Nancya S, Velmurugan T, Senthamarai R. ICMR sponsored National Seminar on Present And Future Perspectives Of Pharmaceutical  Technology. RVS College of Pharm Sci., Coimbatore, Oct 13-14, 2010
  2. Formulation and evaluation of transdermal delivery system using Carvedilol.  TNK. Suriyaprakash, Lourdhu Mary B, Mahalakshmi P, Hemalatha K, Senthamarai R. ICMR sponsored National Seminar on Present And Future Perspectives Of Pharmaceutical Technology. RVS College of Pharm Sci., Coimbatore, Oct 13-14, 2010>
  3. Analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of stem extracts of Corallocarupus epigaeus linn. TNK. Suriyaprakash, Shabera Banu S, Sumathi A, Venkatakrishnan R, Senthamarai R. ICMR sponsored National Seminar on Present And Future Perspectives Of Pharmaceutical Technology, RVS College of Pharm Sci., Coimbatore, Oct 13-14, 2010
  4. Treatment of tuberculosis using a combination of sustained release rifampicin niosomes and oral dosing with isoniazid. TNK. Suriyaprakash, Senthamarai R. National symposium on glacial overview of tuberculosis        St. James College of Pharm. Sciences, Chalakudy, Kerala March 20-21, 2009
  5. Development of dissolution medium for poorly water soluble drug repaglinide          TNK. Suriyaprakash, Yogamanikandaprabu, Ayyappan T, Senthamarai R. 61st Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Ahmedabad, December 11-13, 2009
  6. Development of formulation and evaluation of sterically stabilized stealth liposomes containing cytarabine, TNK. Suriyaprakash, Kumar B, S Kavimani, Senthamarai R.       61st Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Ahmedabad, December 11-13, 2009
  7. Flutamide nanoparticles for enhanced anticancer activity, TNK. Suriyaprakash, K Hemalatha, Senthamarai R.     ICMR Sponsored National Seminar on Present And Future Perspectives Of Pharmaceutical Technology, RVS College of Pharm Sci., Coimbatore, Oct 13-14, 2010
  8. Formulation and evaluation of inlay tablets of metformin hydrochloride and atorvastatin calcium, TNK. Suriyaprakash, T. Gowri sankar, A.Sumathi, Senthamarai R. International Conference on Drug Delivery – 2010, PSG College of Pharmacy, Coimbatore, Jan 29-30, 2010
  9. Using BACTEC radiometric method – Evaluation of effect of rifampicin niosomes on Mycobacterium tuberculosis, TNK. Suriyaprakash, P.Mahalakhsmi, N.Pavala Rani, Senthamarai R.      International Conference on Drug Delivery – 2010, PSG College of Pharmacy, Coimbatore, Jan 29-30, 2010
  10. Studies on the preparation and evaluation of solid dispersion of nimesulide, TNK. Suriyaprakash, R.Sakthi Kumar, K.Hemalatha, Senthamarai R. International Conference on Drug Delivery – 2010, PSG College of Pharmacy, Coimbatore, Jan 29-30, 2010
  11. Formulation development and evaluation of transdermal patch containing amlodipine  besylate, TNK. Suriyaprakash, Imran Kalam, Senthamarai R. TIPS-2007, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Oct. 30-31, 2007
  12. Pharmaceutical Patenting, TNK. Suriyaprakash  2nd Int Conf & Indo-Canadian Satellite Sym on Pharm Sci Tech Prac & Nat Health Products, JSS College of Pharmacy, Feb 24-26, 2007
  13. Formulation and evaluation of Olmesartan Medoxomil Tablets TNK. Suriyaprakash, Arun Kumar, Lokesh SB, Ind Pharmacy Graduates Association 23rd Annual Conference, Chennai Nov 4-6, 2006
  14. Preparation and evaluation of rifampicin niosomes using various surfactants, TNK. Suriyaprakash, N Pavala Rani, AR. Mullaicharam  TIPS-2005, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Apr 19-20, 2005
  15. Antimicrobial studies of Gracilaria Corticata of coromandel coast, TNK Suriyaprakash, SM. Sivakumar, P Muthuprasanna   Natl. Conf. on Herbal Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurship Development,  PSG College of Pharmacy, Oct 29-30, 2004
  16. Nanoparticular Drug Delivery System of Mitomycin-C for Treatment of Ehrlich ascites Carcinoma, TNK Suriyaprakash, G Asha Neelima, M Himachandra, B Sri Rekha, R Senthamarai Texo Pharma Virtus’09     MTPGRIHS, Pondy
  17. Rifampicin niosomes drug delivery system at different concentrations of surfactants, TNK Suriyaprakash, Ajay Kumar, R. Senthamarai. Texo Pharma Virtus’09, MTPGRIHS, Pondy
  18. Antimicrobial activity of Marine sponge Haliclobna exigua, TNK Suriyaprakash, SM Sivakumar, S Sathish Kumar, R Ravi. 57th  IPC, Hyderabad. Dec 7-9, 2007
  19. Pefloxacin loaded polymethacrylate acid co-polymer nanoparticles for improved antibacterial action, TNK Suriyaprakash, Bino Kingley, S Sathish Kumar, R Ravi. 57th  IPC, Hyderabad, Dec 7-9, 2007
  20. Preparation and study of release characteristics of ciprofloxacin niosome. TNK Suriyaprakash, N Pavala Rani, 57th  IPC, Hyderabad, Dec 7-9, 2007
  21. Estimation of ondesetron by reverse phase high performace liquid chromatography  TNK Suriyaprakash, Bino Kingley, S Sathish Kumar, R Ravi. 55th IPC, Chennai      Dec 16-19, 2005
  22. Design and evaluation of matrix diffusion controlled transdermal patches of coumarin S Lakshmana Prabu, S Thiagarajan, TNK Suriyaprakash. 64th IPC, Chennai    Dec 7-9, 2012
  23. International treaties and systems governing intellectual property rights, Suriyaprakash T.N.K., Senthamarai R., Sumathi  A, Lakshmana Prabu S. 64th IPC, Chennai. Dec 7-9, 2012
  24. Preliminary phytochemical screening and anti-coagulant activity of Cynodon dactylon Linn Krishnaveni K.A, Sri Janani J, Sunkanapally Madhu, Suriyaprakash T.N.K, Sumathi A, Senthamarai R 64th IPC, Chennai Dec 7-9, 2012

LECTURES DELIVERED

  1. Title “Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology” in AICTE sponsored Staff Development Programme on “Emerging Global Research in Phytomedicine” at Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Trichy, on 03.07.2009. 30 faculties from various pharmacy institutions attended
  2. Title “TRIPS and Pharmaceutical Patent” in AICTE sponsored Staff Development Programme on “Current Trends in Clinical Research”  at Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Trichy, 05.11.2009.  30 faculties from various pharmacy institutions attended.
  3. Title “An Awareness on Tuberculosis” at NSS Camp in Manachanallur, Trichy, on 24.03.2009. Public meeting – 200 to 300 persons
  4. Title “Intellectual Property Rights” in ISTE Sponsored “Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp for Students (EACS)” at Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Trichy, 11.06.2008. 100 delegates from various pharmacy colleges.
  5. Title “Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology:        Development of Course Structure and Curriculum: Nanotechnology Postgraduate Programmes (M.Sc & M.Tech Courses) Institute of Technology & Management, Gwalior, Feb. 2-3, 2007. 15 experts from various fields chaired by Vice Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Lucknow

Quality Improvement Programme Attended

  • University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kakatiya University, Warangal
  • J.S.S. College of Pharmacy, Ooty