Dr. Priyanka Ingle, BAMS, MS, PhD
Dr. Ingle is a staunch believer of translational medicine approach using integrated systems to address current health challenges. Trained as a Physician researcher specializing in Pharmaceutical Medicine, Dr.Ingle contributes as Clinical Regulatory Scientist and managing member at CRC Pharma since last 4 years. With 10 years of academic and industry experience in drug discovery and development research, Dr.Ingle is instrumental in assisting small to mid-size pharmaceutical/ biotech/ nutraceutical clients for strategy development non-clinical and clinical development planning, regulatory compliance and communication. Dr. Ingle’s efforts are pivotal in advancing scientific and medical communication projects at CRC Pharma. Owing to her experience, she is working actively on new concept generation for drug repurposing and combination drugs. Learning Ayurveda from various Guru’s, she practiced Ayurveda in India for over 5 years before moving to the USA. She has used the knowledge of Ayurveda in identifying the leads for research in infectious diseases (namely- HSV, Malaria, H1N1, etc) and autoimmune diseases such as Sjogren’s syndrome and Type 1 diabetes. Her work explored the correlation of Ayurveda principles to modern disease pathophysiology at system pharmacology level and explored the related effect on the microbiome. After receiving Ayurveda medicine training of 5.5years in Mumbai, she continued her masters and Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Medicine-Clinical Pharmacology as summa cum laude student. She has post-doctoral fellowship experience in Immunology specializing in autoimmune diseases like type 1 diabetes, Sjogren's’ syndrome. Dr.Ingle has worked as Assistant Professor in India at KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India under State University for 3 years and mentored and guided nearly 30 master level students. Dr. Ingle is actively working with Non-profits for research and is associated with CAR since 2015. She also serves on various committees in other well-reputed organizations. She is offered Affiliate membership of the prestigious Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK. She served as Associate Editor for Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine since 2017 and work actively as a reviewer for multiple notable journals. She has to her credit over 50 papers and presentations, 7 book chapters and had edited a book on Emerging trends in Phytopharmaceuticals.
Topic: Autoimmune Skin Disorders: Deciphering and Addressing from Ayurvedic Perspective
Abstract: Exponential progress in understanding autoimmune skin diseases has resulted in some of the groundbreaking therapies in modern medicine. Yet, with all this progress, there lies a gap in addressing patients needs. This gap warrants attention from Ayurveda practitioners around the world to provide optimized holistic care to alleviate the disease symptoms and help in addressing the quality of life. The speaker has extensive experience in diseases like psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and other pertinent to both new drug discovery and ayurvedic perspective. She will be sharing the ayurvedic perspective of the pathophysiology of these diseases. Also, the Ayurvedic approach to address the dosha dushya vitiation within the body.