IPPC-Egypt 2022

IPPC Egypt 2022


Key Speakers

Farid Badria

Meselhy Ragab Meselhy



The International Phytocosmetic and Phytotherapy Congresses (IPPC) serves the main organizational goal of promoting and fostering advances in Science and Technology of using plant-based ingredients in the production of cosmeticsfood, and personal care products.

IPPC events aim to strengthen the global collaboration of industry and academia and provide a platform of knowledge and trust between all participants, their products, and consumers. Three days of interactive meetings facilitate scientific conversation among scholars, experts in research and production, and regulators of natural plant-based products.

We cordially invite you to join the 14th International Phytocosmetics and Phytotherapy Congress, which is a hybrid event. Registration is required for all participants at the IPPC-Egypt 2022!



Research, Development and Production of Natural Products



Iffet Irem Tatli Cankaya


Prof. Dr. İffet İrem Tatlı Çankaya graduated from Hacettepe University, Faculty of Pharmacy in 1996, and completed her doctorate in 2004. She made a research for her doctorate and post-doctorate studies at the University of Mississippi, NCNPR and Faculty of Pharmacy, at the University of Lille-2, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, at Lublin Medical University, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, and at the Department of Biological Sciences in the University of Alabama, ABD.

She focuses on ethnobotanical, phytochemical, and biological activity studies of medicinal plants. She has over 85 articles and 11 book chapters. She is an expert on Homeopathy Working Group of European Pharmacopoeia in Strasbourg and serves as Turkey Representative (EDQM-HOM).

She takes part in the commissions of The Ministry of Health, Turkish Medicines, and Medical Devices Agency. She is a member of the Hacettepe University Ethics Committee for Cosmetic Clinical Research Studies.

She has been the Head of the Department of Pharmaceutical Botany, and a Vice Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy.



Plants are one of the most precious natural resources bestowed upon humanity. There are approximately 450,000 plant species in the world and as human beings get to know plants better, they have begun to benefit from their therapeutic properties effectively. As a result, phytotherapy emerged. However, plants used for medicinal purposes since ancient times have started to be replaced by conventional drugs with the development of the chemical industry, and the use of plants has begun to decline due to the inability to provide the dose and sustainability, which is one of the important points in the modern treatment concept. Today, in many countries of the world, herbs are widely used as food supplements or traditional herbal medicinal products. In European Union countries, herbal products are considered herbal medicine, adhere to quality, efficacy, and safety criteria like other preparations, and are sold in pharmacies as prescriptions or over-the-counter preparations. In the European Pharmacopoeia, herbal medicinal products are defined as oral medicinal products prepared in a suitable pharmaceutical form and in a certain dose, the active ingredients of which consist of one or more herbal drugs or a combination of herbal drug preparations. Standardization is the most important concept at this point. The dose-response relationship of medicinal herbal products is necessary for the continuity and safety of its effect, and it is the process of adjusting the medicinal herbal extract over the active ingredient and/or components in the herbal drug. Before starting the production of herbal medicinal products; It is necessary to control the starting materials (herbal drug or herbal drug preparations) and excipients. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has published guidelines on this subject. Along with this, internationally accepted standards such as GAP (Good Agricultural Practices), GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), and GLP (Good Laboratory Practices) and their control mechanisms are the basic standardization mechanisms in the quality control phase of herbal medicine production, as well as on the way from medicinal plant to herbal medicinal products.

May 12, 2022

Registration Fee Structure (Packages)

National Students
Student participants

Apr 16, 2022


Apr 30, 2022


May 08, 2022


National Faculty and Research

Apr 16, 2022


Apr 30, 2022


May 08, 2022


International Participants

Apr 16, 2022


Apr 30, 2022


May 08, 2022


Scientific Committee

Ahmad Ali
Hilal Bardakci
Rasha Abdelhady
Sasha de Beausset Aparicio
Diamanto Lazari
Niraldo Paulino
Levent Alparslan
Amarilis Scremin Paulino
Simone Fanan
Mauro Bleve
Abdul Razak Mohd Isa
THAM Hong Wai
Marwa Tolba
Samah Mohammed
Samaa yasser
Amal Ghanim

Executive Committee

Mona Hetta
Emanuela Appetiti
Jalal Ghaemghami
Uma Devi Palanisamy
Sunil Purohit
Ufuk Koca Caliskan
Ana Valle
Rehab Bahy

Organizing Committee

Saralou Balawi Pena
Bavani Arumugam
Rehab Bahy
Amal Ghanim
Marwa Tolba



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