• «Guiding Star» Foundation
Technical operator
  • PharmProbeg
With support of
  • Minpromtorg Russia

Project presentation

The project presentation of a student and a graduate student should demonstrate the level of his theoretical training; the ability to critically understand of the problem, the ability to creatively and independently use existing methods of collecting and processing information, the ability to find and justify independently new original solutions with practical importance.

The volume of the project presentation is up to 20 slides in the Power Point format.

The presentation of the project should consist of:

  • title page;
  • project plan or content with pages of each section / part;
  • introduction (rationale of the theme, relevance, goals and objectives of the project);
  • the main part of the project with the necessary references to the sources used by the author, research and analytical materials, tables, diagrams, graphs, drawings, diagrams, presentation of their own views on the project, etc.;
  • conclusions;

Pages should be numbered in Arabic numerals, with end-to-end numbering throughout the presentation. The title page is included in the total number of work sheets, but to maintain an attractive appearance, is not numbered.

The presentation of the project is submitted to the competition in electronic form.

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Works that do not correspond to the project presentation requirements or downloaded from the Internet will not be accepted.

Themes of the Presentation. The First Stage of the GxP-summit

  1. The main stages of exploratory research. The experiment and modeling, their role in the production of medicines
  2. Modern international concepts of drug development
  3. Ethical principles of research
  4. GLP rules. History, background, development, prospects
  5. The main indicators of the experimental Toxicological studies
  6. Study of the specific toxicity of a new drug – the main types of research and requirements for their conduction
  7. Problems of transferring the results of toxicity studies from animal to human
  8. The rules of GCP. History, background, development, prospects
  9. Principles of clinical trial planning
  10. Vulnerable subjects of clinical trials
  11. GMP rules. History, background, development, prospects
  12. The specific features of the medicines production
  13. Quality control under GMP conditions
  14. Requirements for sanitation in GMP working conditions
  15. Innovative technological equipment in the production of drugs
  16. Risk analysis in the production of medicines
  17. Rules GDP – guarantee of the drugs quality
  18. Development of new drugs, the role of preclinical research in the development of drugs
  19. Antibiotic therapy – problems and prospects
  20. Drug safety in the era of nanotechnology: new opportunities and risks
  21. Bioethics issues in biomedical research
  22. Clean production facilities in the pharmaceutical industry. Classification, requirements for operation. Rules of conduct of personnel in clean rooms.
  23. New trends in the pharmaceutical technologies development in the pharmaceutical industry.
  24. Biomedical cell products – development and production.

Evaluation criterion


The relevance of the project; innovation in topic presentation; presence of the author’s position; the independence of judgments; analysis of existing methods of solving the problem with all their positive and negative points.


The goals and objectives of the project are made clearly.


The developed models, methods and approaches for fixing the problems are fully described; the methods and techniques are reflected; all the milestones of the experiment are fully described; the conclusions on the analytical, numerical or experimental results of the work are performed clearly and are correlated with the tasks and goals of the project; the availability of recommendations for the practical implementation of the results of the work; the availability of scientific articles or reviews that were published; presentations at scientific seminars and conferences (if applicable).


Actual sources were used, mostly for the last ten years; completeness of literature sources.


Proper design of the presentation, references to the literature that was used; literacy, knowledge of terminology; compliance with the requirements for the volume of the presentation; appropriate design and decent visualization.