Dept. of Pharmacology Research Information Attachments

Overview of the Department


Pharmacology is a field that bridges the gap between pharmaceutical science and medicine. This field of study prepares students to understand the establishment of dose, dosage, efficacy, and safety of drugs, as well as their mechanisms and disposition. Pharmacology allows for extensive research into a variety of subdomains, including drug signalling and molecular mechanisms, clinical pharmacology and biopharmaceutics, and pre-clinical and clinical trials. This opens up chances for further academic advancement, including financed national-level research initiatives backed by government funding organisations.

The pharmaceutical industry, especially clinical research organisations offers a variety of career opportunities in different business verticals such as basic pharmacological research, pre-clinical toxicology, clinical pharmacology, quality assurance and compliance, medical/scientific writing, pharmacovigilance, marketing (scientific/product management) and many more.

The department maintains a separate animal house. This facility has been recognized by CPSCEA [No. 221/CPSCEA].

Career choices in pharmacology & Toxicology

  • Research & Development
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Academics
  • Clinical Research Organizations
  • Clinical trials
  • Chemist and Druggist in government pharmacies
  • Drug Inspector

Research


Dept. Research Thrust Areas

1.     In – Silico Study

·         Network Pharmacology

·         Molecular docking

2.      CANCER PHARMACOLOGY

·         Anti-tumor activity

3.      CARDIO VASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY

·         Cardio protective activity

·         Anti-hypertensive activity

·         Anti-hyperlipidemic activity

·         Anti-oxidant activity

4.      CNS PHARMACOLOGY

·         Nootropic activity

·         Neuroprotective activity

5.      RESPIRATORY  PHARMACOLOGY

·      Anti-asthmatic activity

6.      GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT PHARMACOLOGY

·         Hepatoprotective activity

·         Inflammatory bowel disease

·         Anti-ulcer activity

7.      WOUND HEALING AND ANTI INFLAMMATORY

8.      ENDOCRINE PHARMACOLOGY

·         Antidiabetic activity

 

Publications (since 2016): 42 (International - 17; National - 25)

Impact factor range5.971 to 0.599

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Department Faculty


B.M PATIL
Dr. B.M PATIL
Professor
N A Khatib
Dr. N A Khatib
Professor & Head
Prakash R. Biradar
Mr. Prakash R. Biradar
Assistant Professor
Sanjay Ugare
Mr. Sanjay Ugare
Assistant Professor
Rajashekhar Chavan
Mr. Rajashekhar Chavan
Assistant Professor
Namit M. Kudatarkar
Mr. Namit M. Kudatarkar
Assistant Professor
Mahendra Chouhan
Mr. Mahendra Chouhan
Assistant Professor
Satveer  Jagwani
Mr. Satveer Jagwani
Assistant Professor
Nikita Sadalge
Miss. Nikita Sadalge
Assistant Professor
Sathgowda Patil
Mr. Sathgowda Patil
Assistant Professor