Faculty of Pharmacy
Despite efforts, Indonesia still faces challenges in the availability of pharmaceutical products, particularly innovative drugs, which are predominantly imported.
In a dynamic session in Yogyakarta on Tuesday (Dec. 12), Tempo Scan Group engaged in talks with Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), exploring potential collaboration opportunities. The meeting brought together key figures, including the President Commissioner, Handojo S Muljadi, and the President Director of Tempo Scan Group, I Made Dharma Wijaya, alongside prominent UGM representatives, such […].
In the intricate landscape of pharmaceuticals, the active ingredients seldom stand alone; they find their potent expression in meticulously formulated preparations. These formulations demand the synergy of active substances and supporting cast members known as excipients, ushering them into a realm of suitability and unwavering quality.
In 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) grimly reported 700,000 deaths attributed to microbial resistance, with respiratory infections, sexually transmitted diseases, and urinary tract infections standing out as the primary culprits. Alarming projections by researchers hint at a substantial increase in such deaths by 2050 unless decisive action is taken against microbial resistance to antimicrobials.
The UGM Faculty of Pharmacy launched the Digital Jamu Literacy application on Tuesday (November 14). Developed in collaboration with the Yogyakarta Health Office, this application is designed to support health transformation in the country through the digitization of traditional jamu or herbal medicine.
Cases of monkeypox were first confirmed in Indonesia in August 2022.
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Alzheimer’s are diseases with increasing prevalence as age advances. It is predicted that the number of Alzheimer’s patients in Indonesia will reach 3,999,285 people by 2050.
UGM students provide assistance and education for children in Sosrowijayan Village. This initiative aims to support the realization of a child-friendly village in Sosrowijayan, located in a densely populated urban area and close to the red-light district of Pasar Kembang (Sarkem) in Yogyakarta.
Ovarian cancer is one of the most high-risk diseases for women, with the lowest survival rate compared to other cancers such as lung cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and pancreatic cancer. According to the Ministry of Health data, in 2023, 41 women were diagnosed with ovarian cancer every day, and 27 of them died.
According to the International Diabetes Federation (2021), Indonesia ranks second with the highest number of hyperglycemia sufferers, reaching 19.5 million.
A UGM team won a gold medal at the 2023 Grand Jamboree-International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition held in Paris, France, from November 2 to 5, 2023.
The UGM Faculty of Pharmacy organized the 8th International Conference on Pharmacy and Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICPAPS 2023) and the 14th Annual Conference of the Indonesian Society for Cancer Chemoprevention (ISCC 2023). The ICPAPS 2023 and the ISCC 2023 took place for three days, from November 3 to 5, 2023, at the Faculty of Pharmacy.
Dr. Abdul Karim Zulkarnain has been installed as a professor of physical pharmacy and biopharmaceutics at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Universitas Gadjah Mada. The Head of the Physical Pharmacy Laboratory was officially inducted at the UGM Senate Hall on Tuesday, October 31, delivering a speech titled “The Role of Physical Pharmacy in Developing Natural Materials […].
The prevalence of chronic kidney failure (CKF) in Indonesia is quite alarming.
Students from Universitas Gadjah Mada participating in the Student Creativity Program in Entrepreneurship successfully developed a product named Herbaseed, a comprehensive educational kit for practical and educational herbal plant cultivation at home. Led by Fauzela Azira Ainaya (Biology), the team included Irma Khamidatus (Vocational College), Monica Margareta Periahkenukur (Pharmacy), Prasetyo Edi Pamungkas (Vocational College), and […].
Five UGM students have researched the potential of microalgae, specifically Chlorella vulgaris, as a treatment for mouth cavity wounds, particularly traumatic ulcers in type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) patients.
A group of students from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has uncovered the remarkable benefits of binahong leaves as a potential therapy for acute kidney injury. This research project, led by Zhafira Mafaz and involving her colleagues Astia Anelia, Zahira Shofa, Fadhil Maulana, and Iffah Zakiya Yasmin, is part of the Student Creativity Program in the […].
In the village of Namberan, located in the Karangasem District of Paliyan, Gunung Kidul Regency, there is an incredible natural resource–the thriving melinjo tree, also known as Gnetum gnemon, a native to Southeast Asia. Nearly every household in this village has melinjo trees in their yards.
Indonesia ranks ninth in the world for the highest annual rainfall, with 2,702 mm yearly.
Dr. Susi Ari Kristina of the UGM Faculty of Pharmacy was officially welcomed to her position as a professor of pharmacy management and community pharmacy on Tuesday, September 26, 2023.
Dr. Puji Astuti of the UGM Faculty of Pharmacy has been appointed a professor of pharmaceutical biology.
UGM Pharmacy Alums Family (Kagama) organized the 2023 Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Summit with the theme “Empowered Healthcare Professionals to Achieve a Resilient Health System.” The event occurred for three days, from July 27 to 29, 2023, at Alana Hotel & Convention Center Yogyakarta.