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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY

The Department of Pharmacology as a basic medical science specialty plays a vital and cross-cutting role in imparting knowledge and skills about rational use of drug therapy to health care professional students from Medical, Dental and paramedical specialties including Nursing, Medical Lab technology and Physiotherapy.

  • Mission:

Our department has dedicated, committed and dynamic faculty members with a great passion for teaching and research activities. Students are well trained by faculties with innovative teaching methods such as Group Discussions, Seminars, Tutorials, Role Play, Quiz Competitions and Computer-Assisted Learning. In addition to teaching, the faculty members are highly contributing towards research in the various fields of Pharmacology like Pharmacovigilance, Drug-utilization research, Rational drug prescription, Pharmacogenetics, Medical education and other qualitative research studies. Teaching and Research opportunities are adequately met with the availability of well-equipped state of the art facilities such as air-conditioned lecture halls, demonstration rooms with high-quality Audio-Visual aids, Computer-Assisted Lab, well equipped Research and Experimental lab. The department is also rendering its clinical expertise with regard to Drug safety monitoring and Reporting.

  • Vision:

In line with our Institute’s motto “creating healthier society”, our department strives to excel and maintain optimal standards in teaching, research, and patient care activities. Our faculties also have to their credit research publications in national and international renowned indexed journals. The added asset of the department lies in conducting CMEs and workshops relevant to the current trends involving nationally acclaimed resource persons – thereby,  offering tremendous opportunities to pharmacologists and specialists from other domains in sharing and updating their knowledge.

Undergraduate Courses

  1. Imparting knowledge about essential and commonly used drugs and about their pharmacologic basis with respect to their therapeutics.
  2. To prescribe drugs rationally in special medical situations such as paediatric, geriatric, pregnancy, lactation, hepatic and renal failure.
  3. Training to select and prescribe medicines based on pharmacologic properties, efficacy, safety, suitability and cost effectiveness for common clinical conditions.
  4. Describe the pharmacokinetic basis, clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of common drug poisoning and their specific antidotes.
  5. Knowledge of pharmacovigilance, clinical trials, essential medicine list, sources of drug information, doctor-patient communication skills, critical appraisal of drug advertisements, and computer assisted learning.

Postgraduate Course (M.D. Pharmacology)

  1. Apply the knowledge of general pharmacology, molecular pharmacology, systemic pharmacology and clinical pharmacology in drug development, rational use of drugs and drug auditing.
  2. Use recent educational tools for conducting lectures, practical demonstration and tutorial classes for students to teach pharmacology.
  3. Carry out screening of drugs for pharmacological and toxicological profiles.
  4. Write protocols and to conduct experimental studies in animals and clinical trials in human beings.
  5. Plan and conduct research works, applying the principles of research methodology including biomedical statistics.
  6. Write and publish research papers in peer reviewed journals; critically review and comment on published research papers.
  7. Monitor adverse drug reactions and provide drug information service to the needy.
  8. Be able to constitute and conduct the proceedings of various committees e.g. IAEC, IEC.
  9. Develop attitudes required for professional responsibilities.
Dr. A. Mangaiarkkarasi.  Professor & Head
  1. Museum
  2. Department library
  3. Experimental Pharmacology lab
  4. Research Lab
  5. Computer Assisted Learning Lab
  6. Clinical Pharmacology lab/ Pharmacy lab
  7. A/C demonstration room
  8. Non A/C demonstration room
  9. Animal house
  10. Dedicated and separate rooms for faculty and postgraduates

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Undergraduate

 

            The department is training MBBS students, BDS students, B.Sc. Nursing, Bachelor of Physiotherapy, and B.Sc. in Medical Lab Technology in both theoretical and practical aspects of pharmacology. The students are taught using various teaching methods like lectures, seminars, small group discussion, and tutorials. Students are also trained in experimental pharmacology by Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) with the help of Animal simulator software. Periodical internal assessment examinations, semester examinations, and viva are being conducted rigorously. We have expert faculties who are involved in the academic activities of UG students and also each faculty is assigned with a set of 10 students for the mentor-mentee program. The Parent-Teaches Meet is regularly organized for academic appraisals of their wards.

 

 

 

Semester

Theory Classes/week

Practical Classes/week

Days

Lecture hours

III semester

Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and 2nd Monday of the month

5 + 1 hours

2 hours each for 2 batches of students

IV semester

Monday and Thursday

2 hours

2 hours each for 2 batches of students

V semester

Monday and Thursday

2 hours

2 hours each for 2 batches of students

Postgraduate

 

Four MCI recognized postgraduate M.D. seats are available in the Department of Pharmacology since 2012. These students are trained in both theoretical and practical aspects of pharmacology. The Post graduates are trained in the form of Seminar, Journal club, PG classes, PG discussion, Microteaching, PG practicals, Research protocol writing, and guided teaching-learning activities for undergraduate students. They are trained in animal handling, bioassay experiments, Pharmacovigilance, computer assisted learning and the basics of clinical trials.

In the first year, the candidate

  1. will be introduced to the field of pharmacology and its branches
  2. has to select a dissertation topic
  3. will be trained for laboratory work, clinical work and teaching undergraduates.

 

In second year the candidate will be given

  1. Teaching assignments
  2. Training for laboratory and clinical work
  3. Dissertation work
  4. Administrative and service work
  5. Peripheral clinical postings
  6. Industrial visits/ Visits to Clinical Research Organizations

 

During third year the student has to

  1. complete and submit dissertation to the university
  2. complete teaching assignments
  3. do lab duties

 

Teaching schedule

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

I week

Protocol presentation

Class/ ADR monitoring

PG Practicals – Bioassay

Journal club & CAL

Class/  Drug evaluation

Dissertation work

II week

Dissertation work

Seminar

PG Practicals – Bioassay

Journal club & CAL

Discussion

Dissertation work

III week

Protocol presentation

Class/ ADR monitoring

PG Practicals – Bioassay

Journal club & CAL

Class/  Drug evaluation

Dissertation work

IV week

Dissertation work

Seminar

PG Practicals – Bioassay

Journal club & CAL

Discussion

Dissertation work

 

Presentations in Conferences/ CMEs (Oral & Poster):

 

Sl.no

Date

Name of the Paper presented

Conducted by

 

1

5th July 2019

Use, efficacy and cost-effectiveness of antidiabetic and antihypertensive drugs prescribed in a tertiary care teaching hospital in India.

 

SMVMCH, Puducherry

2

9th February 2019

Effect of antidepressants on serum electrolytes in patients with psychiatric disorders in a tertiary care hospital

SRM Medical College

 

3

5th September 2018

Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice regarding hypertension among patients in a tertiary care hospital

Sri Ramachandra Medical College

 

4

9th February 2019

Antimicrobial utilization study in intensive care unit of Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical College Hospital & Puducherry

SRM Medical College

 

5

6th July 2019

A study to assess self medication practice among under graduate medical students in a tertiary care hospital

SMVMC, Puducherry

6

9th February 2019

Evaluation of polypharmacy and medical adherence among elderly patients in a tertiary care hospital

SRM Medical College

 

7

November 2018

A study to assess the knowledge and attitude regarding pharmacovigilance programme of India among interns in a tertiary care hospital

PIMS, Puducherry

8

March 2018

Evaluation of drug use, Treatment Satisfaction and Impact On Quality Of Life Among Psoriasis Patients attending Dermatology Department

SRM Medical College

9

March 2018

Evaluation of pattern of oral hypoglycemic agents usage and their cost among type 2 diabetes patients in a tertiary care teaching hospital

SRM Medical College

10

July 2017

Dapsone hypersensitivity syndrome

MGMC&RI

11

July 2017

Cetirizine-induced fixed drug eruption

MGMC&RI

12

2017

Prescribing pattern of corticosteroids in a tertiary care teaching hospital

Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College

13

2017

NSAIDs induced fixed drug eruption

Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College

14

2016

Protective effect of Acorus Calamus against hyperglycemia in  malathion exposed rats

MGMC&RI

15

2015

Knowledge and compliance status among diabetes mellitus patients in a tertiary care teaching hospital

Madurai Medical College

16

2014

A cross sectional questionnaire based study for the awareness of off-label drug  use among physicians working in a tertiary care teaching hospital

JIPMER

17

2013

Comparative study of Amlodipine versus Enalapril in hypertensive patients on heart rate variability

MGMC & RI

 

PUBLICATIONS:

S. No.

                                   Title with citation

1

Murugesan S., Adhimoolam M. (2019) Indian Contributions to Pharmacology. In: Raj G., Raveendran R. (eds) Introduction to Basics of Pharmacology and Toxicology. Springer, Singapore.

2

Murugesan S, Raj GM, Adhimoolam M. Cefixime and ornidazole combination induced fixed drug eruption: a case report. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2020;9:211-4.

3

Perumal DK, Adhimoolam M, Ivan EA, Rajamohammed MA. Effects of soy isoflavone genistein on lipid profile and hepatic steatosis in high-fat-fed Wistar rats. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol 2019;9(9):856-861.

4

Mangaiarkkarasi Adhimoolam,  Mahitha A, Subramanyam Raju, Sakthibalan                      Murugesan. A study to assess the impact of educational intervention on consumer’s knowledge and practice regarding disposal of unused and expired drugs in Puducherry. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2019; 8(6):p 26 – 29. Print Issn No. 2277 – 8179.

5

Rajan J, Sakthibalan M, Raj GM, Mangaiarkkarasi A. Knowledge, attitude and practice of hypertension among hypertensive patients in a tertiary care teaching hospital. Int J Basic ClinPharmacol 2019;8:1013-8.

6

Selvalaxmi Gnanasegaran, Srija Gopal, Sakthibalan Murugesan, Gerard Marshall Raj, Mangaiarkkarasi Adhimoolam. Evaluation of Pattern of Oral Hypoglycaemic Agents Usage and their Cost among Type-2 Diabetic Patients in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2019;13(6): FC01-FC05

7

Srija Gopal, selvalaxmi Gnanasegaran, Gerard Marshall Raj, Sakthi Balan Murugesan, Mangaiarkkarasi Adhimoolam, Roshini Menon. Study of Treatment Pattern and Treatment Satisfaction With Its Impact On Quality Of Life Among Psoriasis Patients. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2019 May, Vol-13(5): FC01-FC04

8

Srija G, Selvalaxmi G, Gerard Marshall Raj, Sakthibalan M,Mangaiarkkarasi A. Cetirizine-induced fixed drug eruption. J Res Pharm Pract 2018; 7(2):111-114 (Pub Med)

9

Selvalaxmi G, Mangaiarkkarasi A, Srija G. Dapsone hypersensitivity syndrome – A case report. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol 2018;8(4):616-618.

10

 Sakthibalan M,Mangaiarkkarasi A, BikashRanjanMeher, Karthikeyan D. Evaluation of Vitamin D status amidst medical professionals in Puducherry. Accepted in Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacy. (March 2018). (Pub Med).

11

Subramanian A, Adhimoolam M, Kannan S. Study of Drug–drug interactions among the hypertensive patients in a tertiary care teaching hospital. Perspect Clin Res 2018;9:9-14

12

Adhimoolam M, Arulmozhi R. Effect of antiepileptic drug therapy on thyroid hormones among adult epileptic patients: An analytical cross-sectional study.

 J Res Pharm Pract 2016;5:171-4.(Pub Med)

13

SubramanianA, AdhimoolamM, GopalakrishnanS, RajamohammedMA.

Carbamazepine-induced angioedema. J Basic ClinPharma2016;7(4) :120-122.(PubMed)

14

 Bharathipriyan M, Nileshraj G, Mangaiarkkarasi A,Meher Ali R. Antibiotic sensitivity and resistance pattern in blood and urine culture reports obtained from paediatric patients in a tertiary care hospital, Pondicherry. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research 2016; 5(2): 487-494.

15

 A. Mangaiarkkarasi, S.Rameshkannan, R.Meher Ali.Effect of Gabapentin and Pregabalin in Rat Model of Taxol Induced Neuropathic Pain. JCDR 2015; Vol 9  Is 5 Page FF11M (Pub Med)

16

Parthiban G, Nileshraj G, Mangaiarkkarasi A,Meher Ali R. A survey on knowledge, attitude and awareness of pharmacovigilance among medical students in a teaching hospital, Puducherry. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research 2015; 5(1):198-203

17

NityaSelvaraj,Mangaiarkkarasi Adhimoolam, DeepaKameswariPerumal, Meher Ali RajaMohammed. Neuroprotective Effect of Lercanidipine- A Novel Calcium Channel Blocker in Albino Mice. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2015 Nov, Vol-9(11): FF01-FF05 (Pub Med)

18

Perumal DK, Adhimoolam M, Selvaraj N, Lazarus SP, Mohammed MA. Midazolam premedication for Ketamine-induced emergence phenomenon: A prospective observational study. J Res Pharm Pract 2015;4:89-93. (Pub Med)

19

Rameshkannan S, Nileshraj G, Rameshprabu S, Mangaiarkkarasi A, Pattern of pathogens and their sensitivity isolated from pus culture reports in a tertiary care hospital, puducherry. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research; December 2014: Vol.-4, Issue- 1, P. 243-248 243

20

 Kameswari PD, Selvaraj N, Adhimoolam M. Fixed drug eruptions caused by cross-reactive quinolones. J Basic Clin Pharma 2014;5:54-5. (Pub Med)

21

 Nitya SDeepa KMangaiarkkarasi AKarthikeyan K. Doxycycline induced generalized bullous fixed drug eruption. Journal of Young Pharmacists2013;5(4):195 – 196. (Pub Med)

22

 Nitya S, Deepa Kameswari P, Mangaiarkkarasi A, Jagadeesh A, Ali RM. Chlorpromazine induced ocular myasthenia gravis. Int J Basic ClinPharmacol 2013;2:653-  (Pub Med)

23

Nitya S, Mangaiarkkarasi A, Ali RM, Sawadkar MS. Intern’s knowledge in clinical pharmacology and Therapeutics at Puducherry : A cross sectional study. Int J Basic ClinPharmacol 2013; 2:622-8.

24

Erli Amel Ivan, Mangaiarkkarasi A. Evaluation of Anaemia in Booked Antenatal mothers During the Last Trimester. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2013;7(11):2487 – 249. (Pub Med)

25

 Mangaiarkkarasi A, Meher Ali R and Gopal R.Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of PseudomonasAeruginosa Isolated from various clinical specimens in Pondicherry. Int. J Pharm Bio Sci2013 Oct; 4(4) p 42 – 48.

26

Mangaiarkkarasi A, ErliAmel Ivan, Gopal R Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of Gram Negative organisms Isolated from Clinical specimens in a Teaching Hospital, Pondicherry. RJPBCS2013;4(2): P664.

27

 Mangaiarkkarasi A, Meher Ali R and Gopal R .Study of Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of Escherichia coli Isolated from clinical specimens in a Teaching Hospital, Pondicherry. RJPBCS. 2013; 4(1): P136.

28

 Mangaiarkkarasi A, Nitya, Mehar Ali R and Ramaswamy S A Study to Assess the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice about Diabetes among Diabetic Patients inPondicherry. RJPBCS 2012;3(4): P1185.

29

Mangaiarkkarasi A.Viswanathan S, Ramaswamy S and Tharani CB. Anxiolytic Effect of Morin in Mice. IJLPR 2012; 2(3):52 – 60.

30

Pushpam M, DurairajanP,Arumugam p, Patric Joshua P. Fenugreek:[Trigonella foenum – graceum Linn]:A reducer of glucose   and lipid profile in diabetic subjects.WORLD J PHARM SCI. 2017:5(6): 271-277

31

Pushpam M, DurairajanP,Arumugam p, Patric Joshua P. Comparison of Antipyretic Effectiveness Between Standard Drug With Different Doses of Ocimum Sanctum Linn (Tulsi).  WORLD J PHARM SCI. 2017:5(5): 162-167

32

Pushpam M, DurairajanP,Arumugam p, Patric Joshua P.  Effect of  Ocimum  Sanctum  Linn (tulsi) on pyrexia. WORLD J PHARM SCI. 2017:5(4): 21-24

33

Pushpam M, Durairajan P,Arumugam p, Patric Joshua P. Assessment of  row wise attention capacity of students to standard   lecture class. WORLD J PHARM SCI. 2016:4(3): 399-402

34

M.Pushpam 1,A.C .Yegneswar2,M.Rajesh1,P.Arumugham3,Prasanth1,Santhosh kumar1 Evaluation of Prescribing Pattern Various Antibiotics in A Tertiary Care Hospital. International Journal of Universal Pharmacy and Bio Sciences 3(4):33-41;2014

35

M.Pushpam 1,A.C .Yegneswar2,M.Rajesh3,Biosimilars current perspective. International Journal of Universal Pharmacy and Bio Sciences 4(4):154-162; July-August 2015

36

M.Pushpam 1, Anjalirajan2,M.Rajesh M,

Effect of  Tigecycline  on Experimentally Induced Seizures  in Wister Albino  Rats. International  Journal of Universal Pharmacy and Bio Sciences 3(1):45-51;2014

37

M.Pushpam 1, M.Rajesh,A.C .Yegneswar3,Drugs and Chronic Renal disease-A Critical Review  International  Journal of Universal Pharmacy and Bio Sciences 3(1): 355-365; 2014

38

M.Pushpam, A.C .Yegneswar, P.Arumugam. Retrospective Analysis of Myocardial Infarction and outcome of  Streptokinase Therapy in a Tertiary Care Hospital. IJPI’S Journal  of Pharmacology and Toxicology 2013: 3(13);7-12

39

Pushpam M, Durairajan P,Arumugam p, Patric Joshua P. Awareness and Knowledge of Pharmacovigilance Program of India  among Health Care Professionals in a Tertiary  Care Hospital. WORLD J PHARM SCI. 2017: 5(8): 1-6

40

Sakthibalan M*, Mangaiarkkarasi A, BikashRanjanMeher, Karthikeyan D, Balabalajee J. Evaluation of Vitamin D status amidst medical professionals in Puducherry. International Journal of Scientific Research.Volume-8 | Issue-7 | July – 2019. (Pub Med)

41

Meher BR, Sakthi Balan M, Mohanty RR, Jena M, Das S. Biosimilars in India; current status and future perspectives. J Pharm BioallSci 2019;11:12-5.(Pub Med)

42

Balabalajee J, Sakthibalan M*, Meher BR. A questionnaire based study to assess feedback on teaching methodology and evaluation methods in pharmacology. Int J Basic ClinPharmacol 2018;7:2302-8.

43

BikashRanjanMeher, Sakthi BalanM, ElambiraiPugazhenthi. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Over the Counter Drugs among Dispensers Working in the Retail Pharmacies of a South Indian City-A Cross-sectional Questionnaire Based Study. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic research. 2018 | Month : January | Volume : 12 | Issue : 1 | Page : FC01 – FC04.

44

ManjuKumaravelu, RevathySaravanan, SakthibalanM, RoshniMenon, Brinda G David.Study of prescribing pattern of topical corticosteroids in dermatology out patients department in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Puducherry. International Journal of Pharmacological Research 2018; 8(1): 01-05.

45

RevathySaravanan, Bavani V and Sakthibalan M. Neuroprotective effect of Thujaorientalis in haloperidol induced animal model of Parkinson’s Disease. International Journal of Pharmacological Research ,Volume 6 Issue 10 (2016).

46

Revathy Saravanan, Sakthibalan M, BikashRanjanMeher, Balabalajee.

Effect of educational intervention on the knowledge and attitude on prescribing amongst interns of a tertiary care hospital  a questionnaire based study. International Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology2016 Apr: 5(2): 366-373.

47

Navneeth Selvan, RevathySaravanan, Sakthibalan M. Effect of educational interventions on pharmacovigilance  awareness among M.B.B.S. internee’s in a tertiary care teaching hospital.  ,Int J Basic ClinPharmacol. 2016; 5(1): 149-154.

48

RevathySaravanan, Sakthibalan M, BikashRanjanMeher, Balabalajee J.Effect of educational intervention on the knowledge and attitude on prescribing amongst interns of a tertiary care hospital  a questionnaire based study. International Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology2016 Apr: 5(2): 366-373.

49

Sakthibalan M*, Sawadkar MS. To evaluate the anticancer effect of Doxorubicin when given in combination with cardioprotective agents like N-acetlycysteine,Enalapril and vitamin c in Ehrlich ascites tumor induced adult wistar rats”. J Pharm Biomed Sci.2015; 05(04): 300-307.

 

50

Sakthibalan M*, Sawadkar MS, Asmathulla S, Ivan EA, Muthu G. Study of cardio protective effect of N-acetylcysteine, Vitamin C and Enalapril given in combination to prevent doxorubicin induced cardio toxicity in Wistar rats. Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences (J Pharm Biomed Sci.) 2013 November; 36(36): 1902-1908.

51

Sakthibalan M*, Rameshprabu S, NileshrajG ,Rameshkannan S , Ivan EA, Sawadkar MS.To Study the Chemotherapeutic Effect of Doxorubicin When Combined With Aspirin and Clopidogrel in Ehrlich Ascites Carcinoma Induced Adult Wistar Rats.International Journal of Recent Trends in Science And Technology,Volume 9, Issue 2, 2013 pp 218-220.

52

Sakthibalan M*,NileshrajG,SawadkarMS,Shanmugam M. Recent trends in prescribing antihypertensives in a tertiarycare hospital. Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences (JPharm Biomed Sci.) 2013 November; 36(36): 1866-1870.

53

Raj GM. RaveendranR, editors. Introduction to basics ofPharmacology and Toxicology – Volume 1: General and Molecular Pharmacology: Principles of Drugaction. Singapore: Springer-Nature; 2019. ISBN: 9789813297784. doi: 10.1007/978-981-32-9779-1.

54

Raj GM, Arivazhahan A. Intellectual Property Rights in Drug Development and Biotechnology. In: Singh HB, Jha A, Keswani C, editors. Intellectual Property Issues in Biotechnology.Wallingford, Oxfordshire: CABI; 2016. ISBN: 9781780646534. NLM ID: 101683109 [Book].

55

Raj GM, Shah NJ. Intellectual Property Issues Surrounding Antimicrobial Agents. In: Singh HB, Keswani C, Singh SP, editors. Intellectual Property Issues in Microbiology.Singapore: Springer-Nature; 2019. ISBN: 9789811374654. doi: 10.1007/978-981-13-7466-1_19.

56

Raj GM, Vivanathan S. The Pharmacogenetics of Metformin. In: Lajoie N. The Pharmacological Guide to Metformin. New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers; 2020. ISBN: 9781536166347.

57

Raj GM, Mathaiyan J, Wyawahare M, Priyadarshini R. Lack of effect of the SLC47A1 and SLC47A2 genepolymorphisms on the glycemic response tometformin in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients. Drug MetabolPersTher 2018;33(4):175-85. doi: 10.1515/dmpt-2018-0030. PMID: 30433870.

58

Raj GM, Mathaiyan J, Wyawahare M, Rao KS, Priyadarshini R. Genetic polymorphisms of multidrug and toxin extrusion proteins (MATE1 and MATE2) in South Indian population. Bioimpacts 2017;7(1):25-30. doi: 10.15171/bi.2017.04.PMID: 28546950. PMCID: PMC5439386.

59

Priyadarshini R, Raj GM, Kayal S, Ramesh A, Shewade DG.Influence of ABCB1 C3435T and C1236T gene polymorphismson tumour response to docetaxel‐based neo‐adjuvantchemotherapy in locally advanced breast cancer patients ofSouth India. J Clin Pharm Ther 2019;44(2):188-196. doi: 10.1111/jcpt.12797. PMID: 30637776.

60

Jagennath S, Raj GM, Mathaiyan J. Factors Influencing Plasma Concentrations of Phenytoin, Phenobarbitone, Carbamazepine and SodiumValproate in Epileptic Patients Attending a Tertiary Care Hospital. Int J Pharm Investigation 2019;9:20-4.doi: 10.5330/ijpi.2019.1.6.

61

Raj GM, Priyadarshini R, Mathaiyan J. Drug patents and intellectual property rights. Eur J ClinPharmacol 2015;71(4):403-9.doi: 10.1007/s00228-015-1811-5.PMID: 25640303.

62

Raj GM, Priyadarshini R. Phosphodiesterase: what is in an enzyme?  J Biomed Pharm Res 2015;4(5):20-31.

63

Priyadarshini R, Raj GM, Shewade DG.Status of Pharmacogenomics Research in India During the Last FiveYears. Proc Indian NatnSciAcad 2018;84(1):195-223. doi: 10.16943/ptinsa/2017/49229.

64

Priyadarshini R, Raj GM, Shewade DG. Pathophysiological and pharmacological modulation of melatonergic system.Int J Basic ClinPharmacol 2015;4(4):632-9. doi: 10.18203/2319-2003.ijbcp20150363.

65

Priyadarshini R, Raj GM, Shewade DG. Chromatography – the essence of bioanalysis. Eur J Biom Pharm Sci 2016;3(1):366-77.

66

Raj GM, Priyadarshini R, Murugesan S, Adhimoolam M. Monoclonal antibodies against infectious microbes: so long and too little! Infect Disord Drug Targets2020;10.2174/1871526520666200312154649. doi:10.2174/1871526520666200312154649. PMID: 32164518

67

Raj GM, Mathaiyan J. Carbimazole-induced dermatitis in Graves’ disease: dose dependent. World J Pharm Res 2015;4(12):1430-2.

68

Raj GM, Priyadarshini R. The new Indianethical guidelines for biomedical and health research-delving new vistas. J PharmacolPharmacother 2018;9(1):56-61. doi: 10.4103/jpp.JPP_143_17.

69

Raj GM. Commentary to “Patients not patents: drug research and development as a public enterprise”. Eur J Clin Invest 2018;48(2):e12882. doi: 10.1111/eci.12882. PMID: 29281851.

70

Raj GM. From “Glivec®” to “Prevnar 13®”: How strong is the Indian drug patentingsystem?PerspectClinRes2018;9(4):1878.doi:10.4103/picr.PICR_102_18 .  PMID: 30319951. PMCID:PMC6176695.

71

MANI, Girija; MOKKAIYAN, Pushpam; RASHEED, Razia Abdul. A study to assess self-medication practice among undergraduate medical students in a tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, [S.l.], v. 8, n. 9, p. 2120-2125, aug. 2019. ISSN 2279-0780.

72

Razia Abdul Rasheed , Pushpam Mokkaiyan, Girija Mani,A study to assess the knowledge and attitude regarding Pharmacovigilance Programme of India among internsinatertiarycarehospital.Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol. Year: 2019, Volume: 9, Issue: 7: 647-651.   

73

Pushpam M, Razia AR, Girija M. Evaluation of knwoledge and attitude towards counterfeit drugs among the docotrs in a tertiary care hospitalWorld J Pharm Sci 2019;7(6):124-130

S. No.

Year

Awarding/ Conducting Organizations

 

Prizes / Awards / University ranks     

1

2020

Pondicherry University

M.D. Pharmacology Gold Medal

2

2020

Pondicherry University

1st, 3rd to 6th Rank Holders – MBBS

3

2019

PHARMQUIZ 2019  Intercollege Quiz Program in Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College and Hospital, Perambalur

First Prize – MBBS

4

2018

Pondicherry University

B.Sc. MLT 100%

Pass Results

5

2016-17

Pondicherry University

1st to 6th Rank Holders – MBBS

6

2014-15

Pondicherry University

1st and 3rd Rank Holders – MBBS

7

2012-13

Pondicherry University

2nd and 4th Rank Holders – MBBS

8

2011-12

Pondicherry University

2nd, 4th, 5th to 7th Rank Holders – MBBS

           

  • Pharmacovigilance program
    • ADR monitoring and reporting
    • Training for students, CRRIs, and nursing staff
  • Health Education programs
  • CMEs, Workshops, and Conferences

S. No.

Year

Title

Conducted by

 

1.

2015

CME on ‘Herbal Pharmacology’

Departments of Pharmacology and Medical Education, SVMCH & RC

2.

2016

CME on “Pharmacogenetics & Pharmacogenomics”

Departments of Pharmacology and Medical Education, SVMCH & RC

3.

2017

CME on “Setting a clinical trials unit – Institutional perspectives”

Departments of Pharmacology and Medical Education, SVMCH & RC

4.

2018

Workshop on “Data analysis using SPSS” organized by the Departments of Pharmacology and Medical Education, SVMCH & RC on 18th May 2018.

Departments of Pharmacology and Medical Education, SVMCH & RC

5.

 2018

Health education program
inauguration – Hand hygiene

Departments of Pharmacology and Health education

6.

 2018

Health Education – Oral Hygiene

Departments of Pharmacology and Health education

7.

2018

Health education-  Breast Feeding Awareness 

Departments of Pharmacology and Health education

8.

2018

Health education – World Mental Health Day

Departments of Pharmacology and Health education

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2018

Intracollege MBBS Pharmacology Quiz

Dept. of Pharmacology

9.

2019

Intracollege MBBS Pharmacology Quiz

Dept. of Pharmacology

 

 

Year

Name

Designation

Institute

2012

Dr.Kumara singham

Dr.Vijay Prabu

Dr.Indhu

Pharmacovigilance safety physician

Pharmacovigilance safety physician

Clinical Investigator

Accenture company

Accenture company

Mohan’s Diabetic research foundation, Chennai.

2013

Dr.Subashree

Dr.Rathi

Dr.Vinoth

Assistant Surgeon

General Practitioner/consultant

Medical advisor

Govt. Thiruvannamalai Medical college.

Private Hospital, Chennai.

Abbott laboratories, Mumbai

2014

Dr. Navneeth

Scientist- ‘D’

ICMR-National institute of Epidemiology, Chennai

2015

Dr.Manju

General Practitioner/consultant

Private Hospital, Perambalur.

2016

Dr.Selvalaxmi

Dr.Srija

Tutor, Dept. of Pharmacology

General Practitioner/consultant

SVMCH&RC

Private Hospital, Warangal.

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