National Herbarium and Raw Drug Repository on resources used in Indian System of Medicine:
The one stop herbarium to meet the needs of both botanists and non botanists was established in 1993 while implementing FRLHT’s co-ordinated pioneering projects related to conservation of medicinal plants in southern Indian states. There on the FRLHT herbarium was further built on to develop a national repository of natural resources used in Indian System of Medicine under the aegis of Centre of Excellence Project, Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India, New Delhi. FRLH herbarium due to its multi-facet dimension can be used by most of the user groups at different level (from common person to vaidya or researcher). It also comprises of herbarium, raw drug repository of resources used in ISM and image library of medicinal plants and Ethno-Medicinal Garden.
Molecular identification of plant species
Medicinal plants have gained popularity worldwide for treatment of diseases and maintenance of health. There is a huge demand at the national as well as international level for herbal drugs, there is a need to maintain the quality and purity of plant material. Authentication of medicinal plants is of utmost importance for safety and efficacy of herbal drugs. Sequencing a standard region of DNA known as DNA barcoding can be used as an efficient tool for species identification.
9th January, 2019 to 11th January, 2019.
Students and Faculty/Scientists from Academia and Industry from Botany, Pharmacy, AYUSH, Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Genetics, Genomics, Medicine, Agriculture, Environment and other disciplines.
The training will be organized through classroom lectures, interactive discussions with faculty along with exposure to diversity of medicinal plants in Ethno Medicinal Garden
|Medicinal Plants and Raw Drug Identification Workshop|
|Centre for Conservation of Natural Resources|
|Centre for Ayurveda Biology and Holistic Nutrition|
|Centre for Functional Genomics & Bio-informatics|
Deadline for Registration: 25th December 2018
|Group Registration||If more than 3 register from the same institution, there will be some discount in registration fees|
Payments are accepted via NEFT and Demand Draft.
The Demand Draft should be in favor of “UTDHST” and payable at Bengaluru.
The University of Trans-disciplinary Health Sciences & Technology,
#74/2, Jarakabande Kaval, Post Attur via Yelahanka, Bengaluru – 560064
For NEFT, please add “UTDHST General Fund” as beneficiary.
Account Name: UTDHST General Fund
Account Number: 0694104000134705
Bank Details: IDBI Bank, Yelahanka New Town, Bengaluru-560064
IFSC: IBKL0000694, MICR: 560259014
For further details, please refer the brochure as below.
To register, CLICK HERE
Accommodation will be available on request on/before 25th December 2018, and charged separately.
Travel will be arranged from Yelahanka Police Station to TDU.
For travel, accommodation and further details, please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone:+91-9449058869
The University of Trans-Disciplinary Health Sciences & Technology,
74/2, Jarakabande Kaval,
Post Attur via Yelahanka
Bengaluru – 560064