Symposium M.Chandra (Ph.D) United States

Dear Friends, Please make it convenient to attend an interactive session with Prof. M.Chandra Sekar PhD, The University of Findlay, 1000...

Dear Friends,

Please make it convenient to attend an interactive session with Prof. M.Chandra Sekar PhD, The University of Findlay, 1000N. Main St. Findlay, OH 45840, United States of America on carrier Opportunities in pharmacy practice.
Prof. Sekar is on tour of India with his Pharm D Students for academic exposure. The session starts at 4 pm. All the city chapter members and pharmacy staff and students ahappy to announce the schedule of symposium as below
Bangalore     :  09th July, 2015
Manipal        :  14th July, 2015
Mangalore    : 15th July, 2015
Warangal      : 22 July 2015
Karimnagar  : 23 july, 2015
Hyderabad    : 30 July, 2015
About Prof Chandra Sekar (Taken from official page)
M. Chandra Sekar, Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Year started at UF: 2007

Office Location: 300 Davis Street 108
Telephone: 419-434-5386
Ph.D., University of British Columbia
M.S., University of British Columbia

Dr. Sekar joined The University of Findlay, School of Pharmacy in July 2007 as Associate Professor in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dr. Sekar has several years of pharmacy practice experience at the University of Cincinnati hospital, where he provided pharmacy services in both central and decentralized areas of practice. He brings with him over 20 years of research experience in molecular pharmacology. His research expertise is in the area of cell communication and has made several important contributions in the area of phosphoinositide signaling.
As he firmly believes that understanding and adopting to this rapidly changing world is critical for both personal and professional success, he has been recently involved in developing study abroad opportunities for both college of pharmacy and other UF students.


2011                ASPET Pharmacology Educator Award
2011                Advisory Board CIMS, Ahmadabad, INDIA
2010                Adjunct Professor, JSS University, Mysore, India
2010-2013       APhA-APRS basic science chair-elect
2009-2012       Elected Member electronic advisory board of APhA
2008                Summer Visiting Scientist, University of Pittsburgh
1994                Marquis Who’s Who in Science & Engineering
1992-1997       National Institute of Health (R29)
1991-1993       American Heart Association, Alabama Affiliate
1989-1990       Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
1988-1990        ADA Research and Development award
1981-1983       University of British Columbia Research Fellowship
1981-1981       British Columbia Heart Foundation Fellowship
1974-1976       University Grants Fellowship


American Association for Advancement of Science
American Pharmaceutical Association
American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
Ohio Pharmacist Association
Association of Scientists of Indian Origin



SELECTED PUBLICATIONS [from a total of 35]
Sekar, MC. Two different worlds of pharmacy practice and education – United States of America and India Global Health – an Online Journal for the Digital Age, North America, 218 06 2009.
Sekar, MC (2010). Advanced pharmacy practice rotation in India. Pharmacy Today, 16(11), P15-16.
Sekar, MC, V. Subramaniam, S.H. Shen, S. Yesquen  A teaching opportunity for pharmacists: understanding uses and risk of dietary supplements. Pharmacy Practice News, June 2011: 38, 1-2.
Sekar MC, Scott ED, Sambandam V, Berry RE.  Demonstration of the presence of cyclic inositol phosphohydrolase in human urine.  Biochem Mol Med 1997:62:95-100.
Sekar MC, Sambandam V, Grizzle WE, and McDonald JM.  Dissociation of cyclic inositol phosphate hydrolase activity from annexin III.  J Biol Chem 1996;271:8295-8299.
Chen P, Xie H, Sekar MC, Gupta K and Wells A.  Epidermal growth factor receptor-mediated cell mobility:  Phospholipase C activity is required, but MAP kinase activity is not sufficient for induced cell mobility.  J Cell Biol 1994;127:847-857.
Lanas A, Sekar MC and Hirschowitz BI.  Objective evidence of Aspirin use in both ulcer and non-ulcer upper and lower gastrointestinal bleeding.  Gastroenterology 1992;103:862-869.
Sekar MC,  Uemura N, Coy DH, Hirschowitz BI and Dickinson KEJ.  Bombesin, neuromedin B and neuromedin C interact with a common rat pancreatic phosphoinositide-coupled receptor but are differentially regulated by guanine nucleotides.  Biochem J 1991;280:163-169.
Sekar MC, Yang M, Meezan E and Pillion DJ.  Angiotensin II and bradykinin stimulate phosphoinositide breakdown in intact rat kidney glomeruli but not in proximal tubules.  Glomerular response modulated by phorbol ester.  Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1990;166:373-379.
Sekar MC, Dixon JF and Hokin LE.  The formation of Inositol 1,2-Cyclic 4,5-trisphosphate and inositol 1,2-Cyclic 4-Bisphosphate on stimulation of mouse pancreatic minilobules with carbamylcholine.  J Biol Chem 1987;262:340-344.
Rana RS, Sekar MC, Mertz RJ, Hokin LE and MacDonald MJ.   Potentiation by glucose metabolites of inositol trisphosphate-induced calcium mobilization in permeabolized rat pancreatic islets.  J Biol Chem 1987;262:13567-13570.
Sekar MC and Roufogalis BD.  Muscarinic receptor stimulation of polyphosphoinositide breakdown in guinea pig smooth muscle:  Amplification by lithium.  Biochem J 1984;223:527-531.

 Ph.D., University of British Columbia
M.S., University of British Columbia



ACPI-KSPOR: Symposium M.Chandra (Ph.D) United States
Symposium M.Chandra (Ph.D) United States
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