Summer Course

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Indonesia is a “Megabiodiversity” country which has the second largest terrestrial  biodiversity in the world after Brazil and the world’s No. 1 richest country of marine biodiversity. Of the 40,000 species of flora that exist in the world as many as 30,000 species found in Indonesia and 940 species of which are known to be efficacious as drugs that have been used in traditional medicine for generations by various ethnic groups in Indonesia. Of these, 74% are still taken directly from nature and 26% (7,000 species) have been cultivated, but only around 940 species have been used and only 465 species have been screened in the national drug industry list.

The purpose of this Summer Course is to provide information about the use of Indonesian biodiversity for herbal medicine in terms of the broad aspects of Chemistry. Submission of this information will be carried out in class, practicum and fieldtrip to the garden of medicinal plants and major herbal medicine companies in Indonesia. This information starts from a comprehensive understanding of Indonesian herbal medicine/herbs, cultivation of medicinal plants, extraction and standardization, efficacy studies in vitro and in vivo, formulation and towards commercialization.

Learning Outcomes (LO) from this Summer Course are after participating in this program the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the use of Indonesian biodiversity as herbal medicine/jamu.
  • Know about herbal medicine as a part of natural culture and health.
  • Explain the cultivation of medicinal plants based on active ingredients.
  • Know the standardization of raw materials and extracts using chemical analysis methods.
  • Learn about the efficacy test for medicinal plants used as herbal medicines in vitro.
  • Learn about the efficacy test for the formula extracts of medicinal plants used as herbal medicines in vitro.
  • Understand the mechanism of extract formula as an herbal medicine.
  • Explain the making of herbal medicine scientifically.
  • Explain about the industrialization of herbal medicine.

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  1. Prof. Mamoru Koketsu (Gifu University, Japan)
  2. Prof. Hiroshi Takemori (Gifu University, Japan)
  3. Yaya Rukayadi, PhD (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)
  4. Prof. Dr. Purwantiningsih Sugita, MS (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  5. Prof. Dr. Dyah Iswantini Pradono, MSc.Agr (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  6. Prof. Dr. Sandra Aziz (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  7. Dr. Min Rahminiwati (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  8. Dr. Irmanida Batubara (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  9. Dr. Mohamad Rafi (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  1. Atsushi Shimozuma (Gifu University, Japan)
  2. Shinya Kato (Gifu University, Japan)
  3. Eito Horiyama (Gifu University, Japan)
  4. Ryosuke Isogai (Gifu University, Japan)
  5. Hironari Ito (Gifu University, Japan)
  6. Shinya Inoue (Gifu University, Japan)
  7. Kenta Isogawa (Gifu University, Japan)
  8. Khairul Naim Bin MD Fadzil (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)
  9. Hui Yuan Lee (Gifu University, Japan)
  10. Natsuko Oshima (Gifu University, Japan)
  11. Sayaka Okajima (Gifu University, Japan)
  12. Ili Syuhada Binti Moh Daud (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)
  13. Nur Hafizah Binti Mustaffer (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)
  14. Nur Isti’anah Binti Ramli (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)
  15. Nur Kamariah Binti Rosni (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)
  16. Dessy Dwi Septian (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  17. Kalema Christopher (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  18. Indah Dwi Asih (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  19. Dita Ariyanti (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
  20. Lisa Aprilia (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)
Time Program Facilitator/PIC Venue
Day 1 (Monday, August 27th, 2018)
12.00-17.00 Check in & lodging Novriyandi H Hevea guest house and Permata hotel
18.30-19.45 Opening by FMIPA Dean and Overview of Summer Course 2018 by Head of Dept. Chemistry Deden S Integrated Laboratory
19.45-21.00 Welcome dinner Betty M, Deden S, Tetty K Integrated Laboratory
Day 2 (Tuesday, August 28th, 2018)
07.00-07.45 Breakfast Betty M Integrated Laboratory
08.00 Integrated with IST4 IST4 Santika Hotel
Day 3 (Wednesday, August 29th, 2018)
08.00-09.45 Indonesia medicinal plants: biodiversity, cultivation, and post-harvest Sandra Aziz & Maya Melati Trop BRC Cikabayan garden
09.45-10.00 Coffee break Betty M Trop BRC Cikabayan garden
10.00-11.45 Indonesia medicinal plants: biodiversity, cultivation, and post-harvest Sandra Aziz & Maya Melati Trop BRC Cikabayan garden
11.45-13.00 Lunch break Betty M Dept. of Chemistry
13.00-14.30 Indonesia medicinal plants: biodiversity, cultivation, and post-harvest Sandra Aziz Dept. of Chemistry
14.30-14.45 Coffee break Betty M Dept. of Chemistry
14.45-16.30 Jamu, Indonesian heritage Irmanida Batubara Dept. of Chemistry
Day 4 (Thursday, August 30th, 2018)
07.00-17.00 Field trip to KaDO and PT. Indofarma, Tbk. Full Committee Cikarang
Day 5 (Friday, August 31th, 2018)
08.00-09.30 Isolation and characterization of active compound of medicinal plants Mamoru Koketsu Integrated Laboratory
09.30-09.45 Coffee break Betty Marita Integrated Laboratory
09.45-11.45 Isolation and characterization of active compound of medicinal plants Purwantiningsih Integrated Laboratory
11.45-13.15 Lunch break Betty Marita Integrated Laboratory
13.15-14.00 Screening activity of medicinal plants by in vitro method for cosmetics Hiroshi Takemori Integrated Laboratory
14.00-14.30 Screening activity of Indonesian medicinal plants by in vitro method for degenerative diseases Dyah Iswantini Integrated Laboratory
14.30-15.30 Screening activity of medicinal plants by in vitro method for anti-microbes Yaya Rukayadi Integrated Laboratory
15.30-16.00 Coffee break Betty Marita Integrated Laboratory
16.00-17.00 Efficacy assay of herbal medicine by in vivo method Min Rahminiwati Integrated Laboratory
Day 6 (Saturday, Sept 1th, 2018)
08.00-09.45 Standardization of herbal medicine Mohamad Rafi Trop BRC
09.45-10.00 Coffee break Betty M Trop BRC
10.00-12.00 Practical work Dyah Iswantini, Novriyandi, Mohamad Rafi, Tuti Wukirsari, Trivadila Trop BRC
12.00-13.00 Lunch break Betty M Trop BRC
13.00-15.00 Practical work Dyah Iswantini, Novriyandi, Mohamad Rafi, Tuti Wukirsari, Trivadila Trop BRC
15.00-15.30 Coffee break Betty M Trop BRC
15.30-17.00 Practical work and discussion Dyah Iswantini, Novriyandi, Mohamad Rafi, Tuti Wukirsari, Trivadila Trop BRC
Day 7 (Sunday, Sept 2nd, 2018)
08.00-11.00 Field Trip to Bogor Botanical Garden Novriyandi, Tetty Kemala Bogor Botanical Garden
11.00-12.30 Lunch break Betty M Integrated Laboratory
12.30-14.30 Presentation and discussion M Rafi, Irmanida Batubara, Tuti Wukirsari Integrated Laboratory
14.30-15.00 Coffee break Betty M Integrated Laboratory
15.00-17.00 Presentation and discussion M Rafi, Irmanida Batubara, Tuti Wukirsari Integrated Laboratory
17.00-18.00 Evaluation Luthfan I,

Yusuf B

Integrated Laboratory
18.00-20.00 Farewell dinner Deden S, Betty M, Tetty Kemala Bumi Aki
Day 8 (Monday, Sept 3rd, 2018)
09.00-11.00 Closing ceremony Dyah Iswantini Integrated Laboratory
Structural Official Contact
Chair Person Prof. Dr. Dyah I. Pradono, M.Sc.Agr +62 818-745-151
Secretary Dr. Mohamad Rafi +62 813-1835-8054
Treasurer Dr. Henny Purwaningsih +62 813-8124-1450
Scientific Prof. Dr. Purwantiningsih S, MS +62 812-9405-1517
  Tuti Wukirsari, Ph.D +62 852-1219-1136
Event Dr. Trivadila, M.Si +62 858-5536-3305
Consumption Betty Marita, M.Si +62 857-1874-6363
Transport. & Accommodation Novriyandi Hanif, D.Sc +62 811-113-959
Secretariat & Documentation Luthfan Irfana, M.Si +62 8956-1681-5247
  Yusuf Bramastya, M.Sc +39 320-844-1005
Foreign Lecturer Liaison Dr. Irmanida Batubara +62 812-1105-101
Int. Students Liaison Dr. Tety Kemala +62 813-1446-8858
  Dr. Deden Saprudin +62 813-1146-5490