Guest Lectures
  1. Clinical Trials in HIV Associated Tuberculosis
    Dr. Srikanth Tripathy
  2. Redox Processes in M. tuberculosis
    Dr. Shekhar C. Mande
  3. Mycobacterium Tuberculosis – A Pathogen that Refuses to be Tamed
    Prof. Anil K. Tyagi
  4. Ban on Tuberculosis Serology: Moratorium or Opportunity for Novel Molecules?
    Prof. Sarman Singh
  5. Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in Young Children in India
    Dr. R.S. Paranjape
  6. Phage Based Drug Targets and Discovery of Their Inhibitors in Mycobacterium tuberculosis      
    Dr.Vanaja Kumar
  7. Biochemical Characterization of an S-adenosyl-L-methionine Dependent Methyltransferase of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
    *Dr. L. S. Meena
  8. Novel Approach to Identify and Validate Drug Target in Tuberculosis
    Ms. Supriya Kashikar
  9. The Important Clinical Challenge of Non-tuberculous Mycobacterial Infection
    Dr. Sheldon Brown
  10. Our experience with Non tuberculous Mycobacteria in Wardha District
    Dr. (Mrs.) Pratibha Narang
  11. Unanticipated M. tuberculosis complex culture inhibition by ‘Immune-Modulators,Suppressants’, a ‘Growth-Enhancer’ & vitamins A & D: Clinical implications
    Dr. Robert J. Greenstein
  12. Molecular and Immunodiagnostics for Tuberculosis at Hospital and Community Control Programmes
    *Dr. V. D. Sharma
  13. Development of a Serum Biomarker Based Assay and a Novel Real Time PCR Based Method for Detection of Tuberculosis
    Dr. Arun Chandrashekar
  14. Tuberculous Meningitis: Interesting Observations from a Tertiary Neuro Health Care Centre
    Dr. Rajpal Singh Kashyap
  15. WHO Recommendations on Newer TB Diagnostics in Resource Limited Settings
    Dr. Rahul Narang
  16. Mycobacteria and HIV co-infection: Impact on the Host Immune Status and Cellular Environment
    Dr. Sharmistha Banerjee
  17. Multiantigen and antibody SEVA TB ELISA for Immunoscreening of Suspected Cases of Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis
    Dr. Pranita Waghmare
  18. Biomarkers for CNS Tuberculosis: Need of Multimodal Approach
    *Dr. Shripad A. Patil
  19. Molecular Techniques for TB
    *Dr. Udai Padigel
  20. Lack of Interferon gamma release ELISpot Response in Health Care Workers Despite Persistent TB Exposure
    Dr. Vijay J. Upadhye
  21. Advances in High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry and its Utility in Characterizing Disease Biomarkers
    Dr. T.S. Keshava Prasad
  22. Comparative genomics and whole genome phylogeny of Mycobacteria
    Ms. Sunitha Manjari
  23. Exploring mycobacterial regulatory network: A systems biology approach
    Dr. Deepak Sharma
  24. Text Mining of Mycobacterium Literature to Find Drug Targets
    Dr. N. Jeyakumar
  25. Emergence of Beijing strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Northeastern region of India
    *Dr. Kangjam Rekha Devi
  26. Proteomic characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis purified protein derivative (PPD) using different 2D-LC-MS/MS approaches
    Prof. M. A. Vijayalakshmi

* Due to some unavoidable reasons the author was not able to attend the Symposium