Dr Maduike Ezeibe, the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike in Abia state professor of Veterinary Medicine and Clinical Virology who discovered the cure for HIV/AIDs must be having the world as his stage as invitation to share his knowledge keeps pouring in from abroad.
Shortly after an invitation came his way from the organizers of 2017 Pharmacognosy International Conference holding in Melbourne, Australian from July 24-25, another has been sent to him, this time from Vienna, Austria.
According to the program director of the program, James Abraham, the event, the third International Conference and Expo on Drug and Designing, will hold in October 2-4.
The three-day event with the theme: “The developing strategies and various new Advances in the drug discovery and designing through a decade in Europe”, would draw an audience from various areas, eminent scientists, deans, clinicians, pharmacovigilance professionals, associations, medical devices companies, pharmaceutical business entrepreneurs, manufacturing pharmaceutical product companies and management companies.
Abraham said Ezeibe would be invited as one of the conference speakers.
|He listed other privileges for speakers thus;
• Based on your research expertise you can conduct a workshop/symposium
• Launch your chapter books/writings at our event
• Keynote sessions by world’s most eminent researchers and Networking with Experts in the area of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Discovery.
• Live Streaming of your presentation through our websites and YouTube
• e-Poster for $99
• Outstanding Young Researcher Award and Best Poster Award
• Top Industries Representation
On this additional global recognition, Eziebe told Thisage “These people who are saying our work is “excellent” can not all be wrong. They are not relenting. There must be some good things out of it, for our country.”
Ezeibe said the drug, announced to the world in February, was produced with Aluminum Silicate and Magnesium Silicate (Synthetic Aluminum-Magnesium Silicate) and it was patented in Nigerian in 2014.