::ALLIED INSTITUTION : COLLEGE OF PHARMACY : College of Pharmacy
COLLEGE      OF      PHARMACY
1.      HISTORY
2.      COURSES OFFERED
3.      ELIGIBILITY AND STUDENT INTAKE
4.      SELECTION PROCEDURE
5.      AFFILIATED UNIVERSITY
6.      ACADEMIC CALENDER
7.      UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION DETAILS
8.      DEPARTMENTS
               Pharmaceutics
               Pharmaceutical Chemistry
               Pharmacognosy
               Pharmacology
9.      PUBLICATIONS
10.  ALUMINI ASSOCIATION
 
Pharmacy is the health profession that links health sciences with chemical sciences. It is concerned with the art and science of preparing drugs from natural and synthetic sources, materials for distribution and use in the prevention and treatment of disease.
 
Pharmacy embraces knowledge of identification, preservation, analysis and standardization of drugs of natural origin and others, synthesis of new drug molecules, manufacturing of various dosage form, quality control of drugs, clinical trials, mechanism of action, side effects, contraindications, indications of drugs and drug interactions. Pharmacy professionals therefore, are the experts on drugs and drug therapy contrary to the general perception that they merely compound and dispense medicines.
OUR VISION:
To achieve excellence in Pharmacy Education, Research and Services
      OUR MISSION: 
To produce Pharmacy Professionals of global standards by
Ø  Providing Quality education
Ø  Pioneering Research
Ø  Affording Pharmaceutical services
The future prospects for the Pharmacy graduates is bright and they find placements in various areas such as
  •  Pharmaceutical industries in the manufacturing and quality control divisions.
  • To be a part of basic research team to introduce new drug molecules in the market.
  • To be a part of the formulation research and development team of Pharma companies.
  • In the Drug Regulatory Affairs
  • As an academician
  • As part of clinical research organizations
  • To be a part of the health care, drug information, reviewing medicines for safety and efficacy.
  • As a registered Pharmacist to practice the profession of Pharmacy.
 
1. HISTORY
            Madras Medical College was the first institution in India to start Pharmacy Education and Training. A Certificate course with one year duration called “Chemist and Druggist Course” was started in the year 1897 to train personnel for dispensing of drugs. Consequent to the constitution of Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), the Chemist and Druggist Course was abolished and a new two year course “Diploma in Pharmacy” was commenced in the year 1955 with an annual intake of 60 students.
            Madras Medical College, the second in India and first institution in South India offered a two year Degree course “B.Sc. (Pharmacy)” affiliated to Madras University from the year 1939 with an annual intake of 10 students. This degree course was further modified as Bachelor of Pharmacy course in the year 1950 with a duration of three years which was later increased to four years.
            M. Sc. (Pharmacy) was started in 1956 with duration of two years but discontinued in 1975 and M.Pharmacy course in four specialties was started in the year 1995.
            A separate College of Pharmacy, Madras Medical College was established in the year 2008 and a post of Principal was also sanctioned. The College offers B.Pharmacy, M.Pharmacy and Ph.D. programme and has under its control three departments namely
  1. Department of Pharmaceutics
  2. Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  3. Department of Pharmacognosy
 
2. COURSES OFFERED and DURATION
B.Pharm - 4 Years
M.Pharm- 2 Years
Ph.D       - 4 years (Part time).  Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry is recognized by the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University   to do research leading to Ph.D.
 
3. ELIGIBILITY AND STUDENTS INTAKE
   B.PHARM
ELIGIBILITY
a)      Candidates belonging to all categories except scheduled Castes / scheduled Tribes
for admission to B. Pharm course must have obtained individual pass marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Botany and Zoology or Mathematics both in theory and practical with a minimum of 35% marks. Not less than 50% aggregate marks in the above subjects is mandatory at the qualifying examination (academic stream)  after a period of 12 years of study i.e.10 + 2 pattern of education.
 
b)      Candidates belonging to scheduled castes / scheduled tribes must have obtained
Individual pass marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Botany and Zoology (or) Mathematics both in Theory and Practical with a minimum of 35% marks and with not
less than 40% aggregate marks in the above subjects.
 
c)      A pass in English with a minimum of 35% marks is mandatory for all categories
for admission to the course.  (OR)
d)     Candidates qualified in the Diploma in Pharmacy examination conducted by the
Board of Examinations of the Government of Tamil Nadu or any other Board of any other
State recognized as equivalent thereto by the authority of this University.
 
  INTAKE   
54 candidates per year for Ist - B.Pharm and 5 candidates for lateral entry to the second year B.Pharm.

M.PHARM
The College offers M.Pharm courses in         
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacognosy
Pharmacology

ELIGIBILITY
A pass in the B. Pharm Degree of The TN Dr.M.G.R. Medical University or any other University recognized as equivalent thereto by the authority of this University.
 
INTAKE       
            9 candidates in each specialty; Total: 36.
 
4. SELECTION PROCEDURE
Selection and admissions are made on merit basis for all categories of seats in B.Pharm and M.Pharm, through counselling, following the rule of reservation, choice of the candidates and availability of seats by the selection committee
 
5. AFFILIATED UNIVERSITY
            The college is affiliated to The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University
6. ACADEMIC CALENDER
            B.Pharm- September to August
M.Pharm- June to March
7. UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION DETAILS
B.Pharm - 1st August and 1st February
M.Pharm - 15th April and 15th October
 
 
 
 
 
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICS
1.       HOME PAGE                                                    
WELCOME TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICS
            Drug development has become increasingly complex, time consuming and expensive. As a result there is an increased focus on making clinically established drugs perform better therapeutically in terms of efficacy, safety and improved patient compliance by designing novel and patentable technologies or delivery systems. This has led to a paradigm shift in drug delivery technologies from conventional dosage forms to controlled release and sophisticated delivery systems.
            These systems are based on the concepts of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics driven by Pharmacodynamic activity and therapeutic needs. The department of pharmaceutics is one of the key departments of the Institute. It is equipped with state of the art facilities to undertake research in drug development, delivery and evaluation. The Academic Records of the Department of Pharmaceutics….
  • The Department of Pharmaceutics is recognized as Research centre leading to the award of Ph.D by the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai.
  • Dept. of Pharmaceutics has Post Graduate course with 9 seats of annual intake.
  • The faculty members of the department are well qualified and experienced in the specialization. 
  • The department has expertise in research areas such as development and evaluation of newer formulations, targeted drug delivery system, pre-formulation and incompatibility studies.
2.      FACULTY DETAILS
TEACHING STAFF
            Professor & Head of Pharmaceutics – Prof. K.Elango, M.Pharm., (PhD.,)
            Associate Professor – Mr. K. Ramesh Kumar, M.Pharm.,
            Assistant Professor - Dr. N. Deattu, M.Pharm, Ph.D.,
                                              Dr. S. Daisy Chella Kumari, M.Pharm,Ph.D.,
                                             Dr. R. Devi Dayamanthi, M.Pharm,Ph.D.,
LECTURER IN PHARMACY: Mr.Arun Prasath,M.Pharm,
            NON- TEACHING STAFF
            Lab supervisor -                      R.Marthandam, M.Sc., DMLT.
            Technical staff -                      S. Manickam, DMLT      
3.  ACADEMICS                             
  B.Pharm
                     The subject of Pharmaceutics is taught from second year onwards.
  Second Year
Ø  Physical Pharmaceutics
Ø  Pharmacy Practice and Pathophysiology
Ø  Pharmaceutical Technology
Third Year
Ø  Pharmaceutical Dosage form and Cosmetic Technology
Ø  Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy
Ø  Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence &Pharmaceutical Business Management
  Final Year
Ø  Formulative Pharmacy and Biopharmaceutics
Ø  Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
             As a part of the curriculum the student also undertake a research project in the field of their interest.
 
 
M.Pharm
First year                                                                                                            
1. Industrial Pharmacy
2. Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics
3. Advances in Drug Delivery System
4. Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques (Common for all Branches)
  Second year.
Dissertation / research work
4. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
Research in Pharmaceutics covers a broad spectrum of Pharmaceutical sciences ranging from the design, optimization, formulation and evaluation of drugs, through studies on methods of various drug delivery systems and on the fate of drugs in animals, to research on the clinical and sociological aspects of Pharmacy.
  • To build and increase the research base and capacity by providing research support to  post- doctoral fellows and graduate students at the participating institutions in newer techniques
  • To enhance science and technology knowledge to the staff and students in current trends
  • The Faculty of College of Pharmacy  is actively involving in collaboration program with various premier Institutions /Universities in India
    4.1 RESEARCH PROGRAM CARRIED OUT IN THE FOLLOWING AREA
v  Preformulation and Incompatibility Studies.
v  Formulation and Evaluation of Controlled Drug Delivery System
v  Process Validation of Formulated Products
v  Formulation and Evaluation of Novel Drug Delivery System
v  Design, Optimization and Characterization of Nanoparticles
    4.2. FUTURE PLANS OF THE DEPARTMENT
v  Targeted Drug Delivery System
v  Herbal Formulation and Standardization
v  Bioavailability and Bioequivalence studies
v  Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Models
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
1. INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
2. FACULTY DETAILS
3. ACADEMICS
4. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
Research programs implemented in the Department
v  Future plans of the Department
v  Ongoing research work
 
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
The Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry was established in 1960s and handles classes for I to IV B. Pharm, I and II M. Pharm. Apart from this, the dept. is approved for conduct of Ph.D. programs affiliated to the TN Dr. MGR Medical University. The Analytical laboratory of the department is approved by the Drugs Control Dept. of Tamil Nadu for analysis for drugs.
1. INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
            There are well equipped and spacious laboratories to train UG and PG students with facilities for carrying out synthesis, molecular modeling, development and validation of analytical methods, extraction, isolation and identification of Phyto Pharmaceuticals.
The dept. is well equipped with three laboratories and one air-conditioned instrumentation laboratory with sophisticated instruments like UV/Visible spectrophotometer, High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) etc.
 
2. FACULTY DETAILS
TEACHING STAFF
·          PRINCIPAL ,PROFESSOR AND HEAD
                        Dr. A. JERAD SURESH, M. Pharm, Ph.D., M.B.A.,
·         ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
                  Dr. P.G. Sunitha, M.Pharm, Ph.D.,
                  Dr. R. Priyadarsini, M. Pharm, Ph.D.,
                  Dr. M. Sathish, M. Pharm, Ph.D.,
                  Mrs. T. Saraswathy, M.Pharm., (Ph.D.,)
LECTURER IN PHARMACY: Mr.R.Selva kumar,M.Pharm,
NON TEACHING STAFF
Laboratory Supervisors
                        Mr.D. Sivakumar M.Sc, DMLT.,
                        Mr.S. Baskar M.Sc, DMLT.,
                        Mrs.V. Mala B.Sc, DMLT.,
Technicians
                        Mrs.S. Maheswari DMLT.,
                        Mrs. V.Geetha M.Sc, DMLT.,
                        Mr.  K.N.Umapathy DMLT.,
                        Mr. B.Vijaya DMLT.,
3. ACADEMICS
The dept. handles seven subjects of Pharmaceutical Chemistry for B. Pharm and four subjects for M. Pharmacy as follows
B.PHARM
Ø  I B. Pharm
      Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
      Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry
Ø  II B. Pharm
Advanced pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
      Pharmaceutical Analysis and Physical Chemistry
Ø  III B. Pharm
      Medicinal Chemistry I
Ø  IV B. Pharm
      Medicinal Chemistry II
      Modern methods of Pharmaceutical Analysis
As a part of the curriculum the students also undertake a research project in a field of their interest (drug design, synthesis and characterization, analysis and Phyto Chemistry).
M.PHARM
Ø  I M. Pharm
      Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques (common to all branches of
         M. Pharm),
Advanced Organic Chemistry
Advanced Medicinal Chemistry
Natural Products of Medicinal Interest.
Ø  II M. Pharm
Dissertation/Research work
4. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
    Research programs implemented in the Department
      Medicinal Chemistry
·         Synthesis, characterization and pharmacological screening of heterocyclic compounds.
·         Molecular modeling of drugs (QSAR analysis and docking)
·         Microwave assisted synthesis   
Analytical Chemistry
·         Development of methods of analysis of bulk drugs and formulation by UV, HPLC and HPTLC.
·         Validation of developed methods
·         Development of methods of analysis of biological fluids
      Chemistry of Natural Products (Phytochemicals)
·         Extraction of  plants
·         Isolation and characterization
·         Pharmacological screening of plant extracts and isolated compounds
Future plans of the Department
v  Self sustenance of the dept. by way of analysis of drugs and finished products for which a license has been obtained from the Drug control dept.
v  To bring about Institution-Industry interaction.   
v  To set up drug design lab with latest software.
v  To go in for eco friendly combinatorial synthesis
v  Development of newer analytical techniques for drugs not official
v  Study of impurity profile in drugs and pharmaceuticals
v  To achieve excellence in academic and research
 
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOGNOSY
 
1. INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
2. FACULTY DETAILS
3. ACADEMICS
4. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
Research program implemented in the Department
Future plans of the Department
Research studies conducted
Ongoing research work
 
 
This web portal of the Department of Pharmacognosy summarizes its current teaching, research and other activities. The motto of the Department of Pharmacognosy is not only to excel in the field of education but also in the field of research.
 
The word "Pharmacognosy" is derived from the two Greek words, "Pharmakon"or drug, and "gnosis" or knowledge. Pharmacognosy is the study of the structural, scientific and systematic studies of natural products from plant, marine and other life origins. It also deals with a variety of commercial and medicinal products such as pharmaceutical aids, allergenic extracts, herbicides and insecticides of natural origin.
 
Pharmacognosy occupies an important place in the pharmacy curriculum because it provides systematic and scientific validation of traditional medicines; it helps to develop lead molecules from natural source and to establish the pharmacological and biochemical roles of these molecules. Though the traditional medicine provides a gold mine for alleviating diseases there is a lacuna in the availability of standard preparation. Hence there is an urgent need to standardize these preparations, a major area of research. Pharmacognosy has undergone significant changes in recent years and today it is a highly interdisciplinary science. The subject seeks to bridge the gap between modern and traditional systems of medicine.
 
1. INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
 
            There are well equipped and spacious laboratories to train UG and PG students with facilities for extraction, isolation and identification of Phyto Pharmaceuticals.
 
2. FACULTY DETAILS
 
TEACHING STAFF
 
·         PROFESSOR AND HEAD
 
Dr. R. Radha  M.Pharm, Ph.D.,
 
·         ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Dr. P.Muthusamy, M.Pharm, Ph.D., B.L.,
Dr. R.Vijayabharathi M.Pharm, Ph.D.,
Dr. R. Vadivu, M.Pharm, Ph.D.,
Mrs. B.Kumudha Veni  M.Pharm.,
                                                      
TECHNICAL STAFF
           
                        Mrs. T.S.Lakshmi, DMLT.,   
                        Mrs.  M.Kumudhavalli  M.Sc., DMLT.,
 
3. ACADEMICS
 
  B.PHARM
 
The subject of Pharmacognosy at undergraduate level is included in the third
and final year. The subjects are   
III year
Ø  Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
      IV  year
Ø  Advanced Pharmacognosy                 
As a part of the curriculum the students also undertake a research project in the
field of their interest.
 
    M.PHARM           
 
     I M.Pharm
 
The curriculum includes the following subjects  
 
Ø  Pharmacognosy
Ø  Phytochemistry and Biotechnology
Ø  Chemistry of Natural products
 
 
   II M.PHARM
 
Dissertation / Research work
 
  1. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
 
Scientific activities of the department cover the fields of all aspects of Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry and Biological screening to enable us to focus attention on biologically active natural products. The core research activity of the department has always been the “exploration of Phyto medicines”. The rich flora of Tamil Nadu is an impetus for all the activities carried out in the department.
The current research in the department focuses on screening of medicinal plants with antidiabetic, hepatoprotective, leptospirocidal, antiulcer, anti arthritic, wound healing, analgesic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, activities as well as standardization of herbal medicines.
Research programme implemented in the Department
v  Pharmacognostical and phytochemical studies of some selected medicinal plants
v  Screening of medicinal plants for their biologically active lead molecules              
v  Standardization protocols for the herbal drugs
v  Screening of herbal formulations for their biological activity
 
Future plans of the Department        
v  Expansion of the present research activities in the area of isolation, identification and characterization of biologically active constituents.
v  Production of biologically active constituents by tissue cultures.
v  Survey and documentation of medicinal plants available in Tamil Nadu
 
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY
 
(Attached to Institute of Pharmacology, Madras Medical College)
FACULTY DETAILS
 
TEACHING STAFF
 
·         PROFESSOR
 
Dr. N.Jayshree. Radha  M.Pharm, Ph.D.,
 
·         ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Mrs. R.Indhumathi,M.Pharm, (Ph.D.,)
Mrs. M.Sakthi Abirami M.Pharm, (Ph.D.,)
Mr. V.Sivaraman M.Pharm,
 
 
 
9. PUBLICATIONS (2012-2015)
                                             
Name of the author       Article title      Journal Title
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Discovery of Aurora Kinase: A inhibitors using virtual screening protocol J.Chem. Bio. Phy.Sci. Sec. B. 2012, Vol 2, No 3, 1333-1349
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Determination of stability and degradation rate for combination containing Amoxycillin and Dicloxacillin in capsule dosage form Journal of Pharmaceutical research Vol 11 – No 1, January 2012; 1-5
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Development of novel (1 –H) benzimidazole bearing pyridine –trione based MAO – A inhibitors: Synthesis, docking studies and antidepressant activity. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society (2012)  1.288
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh In Vitro studies of antioxidant and membrane stabilizing activity of 2 substituted 4, 5 – Diphenyl Imidazole derivatives American journal of Pharmtech research 2012; 2(4), 644 – 648
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Antitumour activity of 5 (2E) – 1- (1H- benzimidazol – 2-yl) – 3- substituted phenylprop – 2 –en- 1 – ylidene) Pyrimidine – 2, 4, 6 )1H, 3H, 5H) – triones against Dalton’s ascetic lymphoma in mice. Medicinal Chemistry Research December 2012 ,1.612
Dr.V.Niraimathi Antileptospiral screening (in vitro) of some Aryl 1, 4 – dihydro pyridine derivatives. Indian journal of Pharmaceutics, Vol 3: Number 1, January – june 2012. Pp 15 – 18
Dr.V.Niraimathi Sensitive and selective colorimetric method for the determination of valsartan in Bulk and Oral Dosage Form IJPT 4 (1), 2012, pp.39-41
Dr.V.Niraimathi Selective and Sensitive Spectrophotometric determination of cinatapride and omeprazole in bulk and oral dosage form. IJPT 4 (1), 2012, pp.33 – 38
Dr.V.Niraimathi Quantification of cinitapride and Pantoprazole in Bulk and oral dosage form by visible spectrophotometric method. International journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Vol 4, Issue 3: 2012
Dr.V.Niraimathi RP- HPLC Method development and validation for the estimation of cinitapride and omeprazole in solid oral dosage form International journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Vol 4, Issue 4: 2012
Dr.V.Niraimathi Spectrophotometric methods for the estimation of valsartan in Bulk and oral Dosage form International journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Vol 4, Issue 2: 2012
Dr.V.Niraimathi Visible spectroscopic methods for the estimation of cinitapride and pantoprazole in bulk and oral dosage form Research J. Pharm and Tech. 5(3): March 2012, p 440 – 444
Dr.V.Niraimathi Antimicrobial study (in vitro) of some Aryl 1,4 – (Dihydro Pyridine Derivatives) International journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Vol 4, Issue 3: 2012, 212- 214
Dr.V.Niraimathi Spectrophotometric Methods for the estimation of Cinatapride and Omeprazole in Bulk and oral Dosage Asian Journal of Research chemistry, Feb 2012
Dr.R. Priyadharsini Docking, Synthesis, Characterization and evaluation of Novel CDK2 Inhibitors: Benzothiazole derivatives International journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Vol 4, Issue 3: 2012, 574 – 584
Dr.R. Priyadharsini Docking studies, Synthesis, Charecterization of substituted Benzothiazoles as DHFR inhibitors and evalution of their antitubercular activities. Asian journal of research chemistry 5(9) September 2012
Dr.R. Priyadharsini Pharmacophore modeling and 3D – QSAR studies on substituted benzothiazole/benzimidazole analogues as DHFR inhibitors with antimycobacterial activity International journal of Pharma sciences and research, Vol 3, No : 8, Aug 2012
Dr.R. Priyadharsini Docking,synthesis, charecterisation of certain substituted Benzimidazole pyrimidines as potent DHFR inhibitorswith antimycobacterial activity. Journal of Pharmacy research 2012, 5(11), 5173 – 5177.
Dr.P.G.Sunitha Development and validation of UV spectrophotometric methods for the simultaneous determination of Emtricitabine and Tenofovir in combined dosage form Journal of Pharmacy research 2012, 5(2), 873 – 875
Dr.P.G.Sunitha Development and validation of spectrophotometric methods for the determination of efavirenz in pharmaceutical dosage form International journal of Pharma Research. July – December
Dr.P.G.Sunitha Development and validation of spectrophotometric methods for the quantification of efavirenz in tablets. Journal of Drug Delivery & Therapeutics; 2012, 2(6), 79 – 80
Dr. M.Sathish Antihyperlipidemic activity of various extracts from root of Clerodendrum phlomidis (Linn) in rat fed with Asian journal of Chemistry. Vol 24, No 8 (2012), 3541 – 3544
Dr. M.Sathish In vitro antioxidative activity of phenolic and flavonoid compounds extracted from root of Clerodendrum phlomidis (Linn) International journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical sciences, Vol 4, issue 1, 2012
Prof..K. Elango Formulation and evaluation of dicyclomine hydrochloride Matrix Tablets for colon specific drug delivery. Research journal of Pharm tech and research 5(4) : April - 2012
Prof..K. Elango Formulation and evaluation of Bilayer tablets of losartan potassium for immediate release (IR) and Metformin hydrochloride for sustained release (SR) Journal of Pharmaceutics and Cosmetology. Vol 2: 8 (2012)
Prof..K. Elango Formulation and evaluation of colon targeted dicyclomine hydrochloride matrix tablets. The Indian Pharmacist, Volume X, No 10, April 2012.
 
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari
A Study of Aqueous film coating on Microcrystalline Hydroxy Apatite complex tablets International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research;Vol 3,3(12),4851 – 4855, 2012.
 
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari
Formulation and Evaluation of Floating tablets of Ondansetron Hydrochloride. IJDDR; Vol 4, Issue 4, 265 – 274, 2012.
 
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari
Formulation and Evaluation of Colon targeted Dicyclomine Hydrochloride matrix tablets The Indian Pharmacist; Vol 10, 55-58. Apr 2012.
 
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari
Formulation and Evaluation of Controlled porosity osmotic tablets of Lornoxicam International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and research, Vol 3(6), 1625-1631, 2012.
 
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari
Nose to brain direct delivery of Levodopa from Chitosan Nanoparticles – A Novel Approach. IJPI’s Journal of Pharmaceutics and Cosmetology; Vol 2:10, 2012.
Dr. N. Jayshree Development, standardization and Pharmacological evaluation of a polyherbal formulation to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia National conference on recent trends in Industrial Pharmacognosy
Dr. N. Jayshree Development, standardization and accelerated stability studies of a polyherbal formulation to treat Benign Prostatic hyperplasia Journal of Pharmacognosy and Herbal Formulations, Vol 2: 9 (2012)
Dr. R Radha Evaluation of Antiurolithiatic polyherbal formulation (capsule) Journal of Pharmacognosy and Herbal Formulation, Vol2: 9 (2012)
Dr P. Muthusamy Preliminary Phytochemical and in vitro antioxidant perspectives of the leaf extracts of Azima tetracantha  Lam. Family Salvadoraceae International journal of Pharma and Biosciences. Vol 3, Issue 1, Jan – Mar 2012
Dr. Vijayabharathi Determination of Phytoconstituents , Heavy metals and Inorganic elemental analysis of plant Vigna aconitifolia IJDT, Volume 3, Number 1, June 2012
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Discovery of some novel imines of 2 amino, 5-thio,1,3, 4 thiadiazole as mucomembranous protector. Synthesis, antioxidant activity and in silico PASS approach. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society (2013)
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Synthesis and PASS assisted in silico approach of some novel 2 substituted benzimidazole bearing a pyrimidine – 2,4 (trione) system as mucomembranous protector Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences Vol 5, issue 1, January – March 2013
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Synthesis and insilico design of some Novel Imines of 5 Amino- 1,3,4- Thiadiazole – 2 Thiol Linked to (1H – Benzimidazole – 2-yl)- 3 substituted phenyl Prop -2- ENES. Indian Journal of Heterocyclic chemistry Vol.22, April – June, 2013, PP. 337 – 340
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Prediction of Binding energies/interactions between Diospyrin and different target proteins of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Vol 4 Issue 1, 2013
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Simple UV Spectrophotometric Methods for the estimation of Isoniazid in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Dosage form. Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Vol 4 Issue 1, 2013
Dr.V.Niraimathi IR Quantification of Doripenum in Pharmaceutical dosage form Trade Science Inc.
Dr.V.Niraimathi UV Spectrophotometric Methods for the estimation of Chlorthalidone in Bulk and Oral Dosage form Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research Vol 3Issue 9, 2013
Dr.V.Niraimathi Spectrofluorimetric quantification of Isoxsuprin Hydrochloride in Bulk and Oral dosage form IJPT, 2013, Vol 5 Issue No 1. P 5503 – 5509
Dr.V.Niraimathi IR Quantification of Isoxsuprine Hydrochloride in Bulk and Oral Dosage form Int. J. Pharm. Sci.Rev. Res, 20(2), 2013, P 170 – 172
Dr.V.Niraimathi Forced Oxidative Degradation study of Doripenem by UV Spectrophotometric method. IJPPS, Vol 5, Suppl, 2013, P. 430 – 431
Dr.V.Niraimathi Forced Hydrolytic Degradation Study of Doripenem by UV Spectrophotometric method Int. J. Pharm. Sci.Rev. Res, 20(2), 2013, P 155 – 157
Dr.V.Niraimathi Quantitative Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Analysis of Valsartan in Bulk and Solid Oral Dosage form Asian Journal Of Chemistry, Vol 25, No 8, 2013, 4267 – 4270
Dr.V.Niraimathi Visible Spectrophotometric Methods for the estimation of Cinitapride and Omeprazole in Bulk and Oral Dosage Form. International Standard Serial Number
Dr.V.Niraimathi Forced Degradation study of Alverine citrate in acid by UV  Spectrophotometry method Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Vol 3 , Issue 11, 2013
Dr.V.Niraimathi Forced Degradation study of Cefuroxime Axetil in Alkali by UV  Spectrophotometry method Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Vol 3 , Issue 11, 2013
 
Dr.V.Niraimathi Visible SpectrophotometricMethods for the estimation of Cinitapride and Omeprazole in Bulk and Oral and Oral Dosage Form International Standard Serial Number
Dr.P.G. Sunitha Development and Validation of Spectrophotometric methods for the determination of Efavirenz in Tablets Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological & Chemical Sciences- 2013, , Vol 4, Issue 1, 229- 233
Dr.P.G. Sunitha FTIR Spectroscopic Method for Quantitative Analysis of Etoricoxib in Tablets Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological & Chemical Sciences, Vol 4, Issue 3, 252- 255
Dr.P.G. Sunitha Charge Transfer complex for the estimation of Etoricoxib in Tablets Journal of Drug delivery and Therapeutics, 2013, 3(3), 98 -99
Dr.P.G. Sunitha Development and Validation of Spectrophotometric Methods for Quantification of Etoricoxib in Tablets. International Journal of Pharma Research, 2013, 57 – 59
 
Dr. M.Sathish
Antimicrobial activity of extracts and isolated compounds of Clerodendrum phlomidis IJPPS, Vol 5, Issue issue 4 , 2013, 362 – 366
 
Dr. M.Sathish
In vitro antioxidant activity of extracts and stigmasterol from leaves of Clerodendrum inerme Linn Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological & Chemical Sciences, Vol 4, Issue 4, 1411 – 1418
Dr. N Deattu Formulation and Evaluation of Midazolam Mucoadhesive Buccal Patches for Acute Seizures International Journal of Pharma Research, 2013,
Dr. N Deattu Efficacy of 23.4% Hypertonic saline in the Management of Intracranial Hypertension International Journal of Pharma Research , 2013
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari Formulation, Characterisation and optimization of MTX loaded Sodium alginate Chitosan Nanoparticles using 32 factorial design. Indian Journal of research in Pharmacy and Biotechnology Vol- I, Issue 6, 2013.
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari Preparation, Characterisation and Anti-inflammatory activity of Chitosan Stabilised Silver Nanoparticles. Research J.Pharma. Dosage forms and Tech,5(3); 161 – 167, 2013.
Dr.S.Daisy Chellakumari Formulation and Evaluation of Three layer controlled release matrix tablets of Tolterodine-L-Tartrate. Journal of Pharma research 2(4),5-8,2013.
Dr. N. Jayshree Pancreatic Lipase Inhibitory activity of various extracts of aerial parts of Lagenaria siceraria International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences, VI- (14)PG (140- 148)
Dr. N. Jayshree Antitubercular activity on leaves and roots of Sida rhombifolia Int. J. Pharm. Sci.Rev. Res, 20(2), 2013, p. 135 - 137
Dr. N. Jayshree Development and Standardisation and Evalution of Polyherbal Syrup Int. J. Pharm. Sci.Rev. Res, 20(2), 2013, P. 149 - 154
Dr. N.Jayshree Pharmacognosy, Phytochemical and in vitro evaluation of SPF for the leaves and flowers of Delonix regia and leaves of Samanea suman Journal of Pharmacognosy and Herbal Formulation Vol 3: 13,2013, p. 23- 29
Dr. N. Jayshree Pharmacogostical and Phytochemical investigation of aerial parts of Lagenaria siceraria  Mol Standley International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research Scholars V -2, 1- 2, 2013
Dr. N. Jayshree Formulation and Evaluation of  Sunscreen cream containing flower extract of Delonix regia International Journal of Pharmacy & Integrative Life Sciences, Vol (16) PG 111 - 129
Dr. N. Jayshree Pharmacological Evaluation of a Polyherbal Formulation for the Management of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research, Vol 5 issue 1, 2013
Dr. N. Jayshree Anti obesity potential of the ethanolic extract and the isolated compound (isoquercitin) of aerial parts of Lagenaria siceraria (Mol) Standley in Hypercholesterolemic Zebra fish. International Journal of Universal Pharmacy & Bioallied Sciences 2(4) 2013, 202- 216
Dr. R. Radha Development standardization and accelerated stability studies of a polyherbal formulation Vol 1 issue 2: 2013 p.29 -51
Dr. R. Radha Cytotoxic Evaluation and In vitro Hepatoprotective effect on Aerial Parts of Acalypha Fruticosa Forssk Journal of Pharmacognosy and Herbal Formulation, Vol 3: 13. 2013. P 16-20
Dr. R. Radha In Vitro Antioxidant and Antiarthritic activity of Polyherbal Formulation Journal of Pharmacognosy and Herbal Formulation, Journal of Pharmacognosy and Herbal Formulation, Vol 3: 13. 2013. P.11 -16
Dr. R. Radha Preliminary Phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activity of leaves of Trichodesma indicum Linn International Journal of Frontiers in Science and Technology, Vol 1, Issue 1, 2013
Dr. Vijaya bharathi Hypolipidemic activity on ethanolic extract of leaves of Ziziphus oenoplia (L) Mill Gard. International Journal of Pharmaceutical & Biological Archives 2013; 4(1): 136- 141
Dr. Vijaya bharathi Preliminary Phytochemical Screening and Heavy metal Analysis of Leaf extracts of Ziziphus oenoplia (L) Mill Gard International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research, 2013, 5(1) 38 - 40
Dr. R. Vadivu Standardization and evaluation of hepatoprotective activity of Polyherbal capsule Int. J. Pharm. Sci.Rev. Res,21(1) 2013, p 93 - 99
Dr. R. Vadivu Formulation and Standardization of Polyherbal Antiasthmatic capsule and its Pharmacological activity Journal of Pharmacognosy and Herbal Formulation, Vol 3: 13. 2013. P 1- 9
Dr. P.Muthusamy Antidiabetic and hypolipidemic effect of ethanol extract of leaves of Swietenia macrophylla King in normal and streptoazotocin induced diabetic rats. International Journal of Pharmacy & Integrative Life Sciences, VI (15), PG (162 -163)
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Synthesis, preclinical evaluation and antidepressant activity of 5-substituted phenyl-3-(thiophen-2-yl)-4,5-dihydro-1H-pyrazole-1-carbothioamides. Experimental and Clinical Sciences . 2014. Vol 33
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Heteroaryl chalcones: Mini review about their therapeutic voyage Biomedicine & Preventive Nutrition Volume 4, Issue 3, July–September 2014, Pages 451–458
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Plant Secondary Metabolites- Potent Inhibitors of Monoamine Oxidase Isoforms Central Nervous System Agents in Medicinal Chemistry. Volume 14, Number 1. 2014
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Synthesis, in silico preclinical evaluation, antidepressant potential of 5-substituted phenyl-3-(thiophen-2-yl)-4,5-dihydro-1h-pyrazole-1-carboxamides Biomedicine & Aging Pathology Volume 4, Issue 4, October–December 2014, Pages 327–333
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Proposed interaction of some novel antidepressant pyrazolines against monoamine oxidase isoforms. Molecular docking studies and PASS assisted in silico approach. Biomedicine & Aging Pathology Volume 4, Issue 4, October–December 2014, Pages 297–301
 
Dr. PG Sunitha Validated First order derivative spectrophotometry for simultaneous determination of emtricitabine and Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate in Pharmaceutical dosage form. Journal of Drug delivery and Therapeutics. 2014, 4 (2) 9 -11
Dr. PG Sunitha Validated First order derivative spectrophotometry for simultaneous determination of Febuxostat and Diclofenac in Pharmaceutical Dosage form Research journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences. May –June 5(3) 2014. Page 1675 – 1681.
Dr. PG Sunitha FTIR Spectroscopic Method for Quantitative Analysis of Gliclazide in Tablets World Journal of Pharmacy & pharmaceutical Sciences Journal of Drug delivery and Therapeutics. 2014, 4(3) 145 -146.
Dr. PG Sunitha Validated RP HPLC and HPTLC methods for Simultaneous estimation of Febuxostat and diclofenac sodium in Pharmacetical dosage form European journal of Chemistry 5 (3) 2014. 545 -549
 
Dr. PG Sunitha Visible Spectrophotometric Method for the estimation of gliclazide in Tablets Int. j.Drug Dev & Res., April – June  2014, 6 (2) 280 – 285
 
Dr. PG Sunitha Development and validation of spectrophotometric Methods for Quantification of Gliclazide in Tablets Research journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences. July – August 2014. 5(4) 323 - 327
Dr. PG Sunitha Validated HPTLC Method for the Simultaneous determination of Phenylephrine and Levocetrizine in Drug formulation International Journal of Pharma Research Volume 5 : 2 July December 2014
Dr. PG Sunitha Validated RP HPLC for Simultaneous estimation of Phenylephrine and Levocetrizine in Pharmaceutical Dosage form Vol 3, Issue 11, 2014; 1326 - 1334
Dr. PG Sunitha Development of Spectrophotometric method for the simultaneous estimation of Phenylephrine and Levocetrizine in Pharmaceutical Int. j.Drug Dev & Res., October – November 2014, 6(4) 280 -285
 
Dr. Daisy Chella Kumari Optimization of Methotrexate Containing Alginate-Chitosan Nanoparticle By 3 Factor, 3 Level Box-Behnken Design International Research journal for inventions in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2014. Vol 2 Issue 1, 38 – 45
Dr. Daisy Chella Kumari Formulation and in vitro Characterisation if Glipizide loaded Muco –adhesive Gelatin Microsphere Int J Innovations Pharm Sci, 3(2), 41 – 52,2014
Dr. R Radha In vitro Hyperpigmentant activity on the bark of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. Am. J. Pharm Health Res 2014;2(3). 94- 98
Dr. P. Muthusamy In Vitro Anti-Oxidant and Anti-Arthritic Activity of Polyherbal Formulation (Capsules) Am. J. Pharm Health Res 2014;2(3). 66 - 72
Dr R Vadivu Memory strengthening activity on seeds of Abelmoschus moschatus International journal of research in pharmacy and chemistry IJRPC.  2014, 4(2),346 - 350
Dr. R  VijayaBharathi Pharmacognostical and phytochemical studies on leaves of vitex leucoxylon linn International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical and Nano Sciences. 3(3), 2014, 229 - 234.
Dr. N Jayshree Anti-Pancreatic lipase activity of leaves of operculina turpethum International Journal of Institutional Pharmacy and life sciences4(2): March-April 2014
Dr. N Jayshree Hepatoprotective Activity of the berries of Vitex Agnus-Castus International Journal of innovations in pharmaceutical sciences
Dr. N Jayshree Phytochemical Screening and In vitro Hepatoprotective Activity on the Berries of vitex Agnus-Castus International Journal of Pharmacy and Industrial Research
Dr. N Jayshree Hypolipidemic potential of leaves of Operculina turpethum International Journal of innovations in pharmaceutical sciences
Dr. N Jayshree Analgesic and Antipyretic Activity of Transdermal Patches containing Solasodine Isolated from solanum surattense International Journal of innovations in pharmaceutical sciences
Dr. R. Priyadarsini Predicting of Binding energies/ interactions between newly designed anti diabetic molecules and different target of PPAR α, β, γ receptors by molecular docking studies Journal of Pharmacy Research 2014, 8(11), 1653 – 1664
 
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Development of fluorinated methoxylated chalcones as selective monoamine oxidase-B inhibitors: Synthesis, biochemistry and molecular docking studies Bioorganic Chemistry       Volume 62, October 2015, Pages 22–29.
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitory Action of Chalcones: A Mini Review Central Nervous System Agents in Medicinal Chemistry [2015]
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Hydrazones as a Privileged Structural Linker in Antitubercular Agents: A Review Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets - Infectious Disorders)  Volume 15, Number 2 June 2015, pp. 76-88(13).
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Flavonoids: An Outstanding Structural Core for the Inhibition of Xanthine Oxidase Enzyme Current Enzyme Inhibition. Volume 11, Number 2, August 2015, pp. 108-115(8).
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Psychomotor Seizure Screening and in vitro Neuroprotection Assay of Hydrazones Derived from 2-Acetyl Thiophene. Central Nervous System Agents in Medicinal Agents) 15(999) · October 2015
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Development of Fluorinated Thienylchalcones as Monoamine Oxidase-B Inhibitors: Design, Synthesis, Biological Evaluation and Molecular Docking Studies Letters in Organic Chemistry 09/2015; 12(999):1-1.
 
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Development of fluorinated methoxylated chalcones as selective monoamine oxidase-B inhibitors: Synthesis, biochemistry and molecular docking studies Bioorganic Chemistry 62:22-29 · July 2015
 
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh
Molecular Hybridization and Preclinical Evaluation of Imines From Para-substituted 4-phenyl 2-amino Thiazole Incorporated with Isatin Analogues as Antitubercular Agents

 

Anti-Infective Agents 05/2015 13(1).

Dr. PG Sunitha Validated HPTLC Method for the Simultaneous determination of  emtricitabine and Tenofovir in Drug formulation International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Research. Vol 6(6): 2418 -2422. 2015
 
Dr. PG Sunitha Simultaneous quantification of  emtricitabine and Tenofovir  Disoproxil Fumarate in spiked human plasma by HPLC World Journal of Pharmacy & pharmaceutical Sciences. Vol 4, Issue 11, 1182 – 1187. 2015
Dr. M.Sathish In vitro antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of isolated compounds on roots of Clerodendrum phlomidis linn Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research. Vol 8, issue 1, 196 - 201
Dr. R Radha A review on Hybanthus enneaspermus Research journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 7(4),October – December, 2015, 245 – 249
Dr. R Radha Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical studies on Heartwood of Caesalpinia sappan Linn. International journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences. Vol 4 (1) December 2015
Dr. R Radha Pharmacognosy of Azima Tetracantha Lam a Review International Journal of Pharma Research. December2015, Vol3 Issue 12
Dr. R Radha An Overview: Citrus maxima Journal of Phytopharmacology 2015; 4(5) 263 –266
Dr. P. Muthusamy A review on Adansonia digitata Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2015; 4(4) 12 – 16
Dr. P. Muthusamy Pharmacognosy studies on seeds of Adansonia digitata Linn International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences. V-3 (15) PG ( 1 – 13), 2015
Dr. P. Muthusamy Evaluation of Anti – arthritic potential of Adansonia digitata extract. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and development Vol 2 Issue 4, 548 – 554, 2015
Dr. P. Muthusamy A review on Adansonia digitata – potential herb Research Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 7(1) January – March, 2015, 57 -60
Dr. P. Muthusamy A Overview – royal Poinciana. Research journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 7 (4) October – December, 2015, 232 – 238.
Dr.R Vadivu Preliminary Phyto Chemistry and in vitro cytotoxic activity of the leaves of Asparagus racemosus willd International journal of Pharma Sciences and Research.Vol 6, No 4, Apr 2015
Dr. R  Vadivu Pharmacognostical Standardization of leaves of Asparagus racemosus wild International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and development 2015, 2 (1) 332 – 335
Dr. R  Vadivu Evalution of Antimicrobial activity of the Leaves of Ixora coccinia Linn. International journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences.  Dec 2015; 4 (1): 50 – 59.
Dr. R  Vadivu A Review on Sterculia foetida Linn Research journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 7(4): October – December, 2015, 239 – 244
Dr. R  Vijaya Bharathi A review on Zanthoxylum alatum Roxb Research journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 7(4), October – December, 2015, 223 – 226
Dr. R  Vijaya Bharathi Vigna unguiculata -  An Overview Review Research journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry..  7(4), October – December, 2015,219- 222
Mrs. R Indumathy Cytotoxic potential of various extracts of lepidium sativum (Linn) An in–vitro Evaluation International Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences.2015 Vol 2(4):
Dr. A.Jerad Suresh Pharmacophore Modeling, 3D-QSAR and Molecular Docking of Furanochalcones as Inhibitors of Monoamine Oxidase-B Central Nervous System Agents) 03/2015
Dr. N. Jayshree Erythrina stricta Roxb: A Phytopharmacological Review International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and development. Vol: 2, 2015, Issue 5 : 98 – 101
 
Dr. R Radha Pharmacognostical Standardization of roots of Curcuma angustifolia Roxb International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and development. Vol 2 Issue 4: 142 – 144. April 2015
Dr R Vadivu A review of Sida Spinosa Linn American Journal of Pharmtech Research. Am.J.Pharm Tech Res. 2015; 5(5). 131 -140
 
 
 
           11. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 2016
Our M.Pharm students actively participated in the CPE Program on “Recent Innovations in Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery System for targeting cancer cells” conducted by Adhiparasakthi College of Pharmacy, Melmaruvathur, Chennai and Co-sponsored by The Tamilnadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University on 30.01.2016.
Our Students participated at the 55th National Pharmacy week celebration held at Sri Ramachandra University, Porur on 21st & 22nd Nov 2016 and won the following Prizes.
 
CHESS                                                                QUIZ
I Prize – R.Balakumar (B.Pharm)       I Prize - R.Narayanaswamy (M.Pharm)
II Prize – B.Lokesh Sharan (B.Pharm)               S.Dhiraj Kumar (B.Pharm)
                                                                            T.S.Karthik (B.Pharm)
 
CARROM
                                                             II Prize - M.Karthick (M.Pharm)
II Prize – K.Prabhu Narayanan(B.Pharm)                    S.Shanmuga Priya(M.Pharm)                                                                     R.Karthikeyan(B.Pharm)
Our Students participated at the 55th National Pharmacy week celebration conducted in Silver Jubilee auditorium of The Tamilnadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University on November 25 th 2016 and  awarded scholarship sponsored by Pharmaceutical Sciences Welfare trust  for their M.Pharm ongoing Projects.
1) I Prize –   V.Shiva Kumar (Dept of Pharm Chemistry)
2) II Prize -   A.Menaka (Dept of Pharm Chemistry)    
  Percial (Dept of Pharmacology)
3) III Prize – M.Madhuraj (Dept of Pharm Chemistry)
 S.Shanmuga Priya (Dept of Pharmacognosy)
                     
Ms. Surya. P.R, M.Pharm, Ph.D., participated in Poster presentation in “NATIONAL SEMINAR ON RECENT ADVANCES IN HIV/AIDS DRUG DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT” on December 27 & 28, 2016 organized by KALASALINGAM UNIVERSITY in association with Antiviral Research Society and won the Best Poster Presentation award at National level.

                                         
                                           ORGANIZATIONAL CHART AND PROCESSES
 
                                                                         DEAN
 
                                                             
      PRINCIPAL                                                                                                  DEPARTMENT OF

(COLLEGE OF PHARMACY,                                                                         PHARMACOLOGY
MADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE)
                                                                   DIRECTOR                                                                                                                                                                  PROFESSOR
                                                                                                                             ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
                                                                                                                             ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
 
 
   
                                                                                                                              NON-TEACHING
                                                                                                                              LAB TECHNICIAN
                                                                                                                              ATTENDERS

DEPARTMENT OF             DEPARTMENT OF                 DEPARTMENT OF                                          
PHARMACEUTICS            CHEMISTRY                          PHARMACOGNOSY        
                                                                                                
TEACHING
 
*PROFESSOR & HEAD      PROFESSOR & HEAD         PROFESSOR & HEAD
*ASSOCIATE                         ASSOCIATE                           ASSOCIATE        
  PROFESSOR                      PROFESSOR                           PROFESSOR
*ASSISTANT                          ASSISTANT                          ASSISTANT
 PROFESSOR                      PROFESSOR                            PROFESSOR
 

 
*LAB TECHNICIAN           LAB TECHNICIAN              LAB TECHNICIAN          
*ATTENDERS                     ATTENDERS                        ATTENDERS                   
 
  

Information and infrastructure and other resources
  1. No. of class rooms and size of each
           UG-  2x120  sq.m.
           PG total 4 (1x45, 1x47, 1x25, 1x90)
  1. Number of tutorial rooms and size of each- 1x47 sq. m
  2. Number laboratories and size of each- UG : 9nos.
2x150        1x433
1x145        1x264
1x125        1x295
1x195        1x433
 
PG : 4nos.
3x120 sqm
1x316 sqm
4. NUMBER OF DRAWING HALLS WITH CAPACITY OF EACH – Not applicable
5. NUMBER OF COMPUTER CENTRES WITH CAPACITY OF EACH – 1x70 sq.m 50 computers),
COP language labs – 1x47sq.m
6. CENTRAL EXAMINATION FACILITY,  NO. OF ROOMS AND CAPACITY OF EACH-
7. BARRIER FREE BUILT ENVIRONMENT FOR DISABLED AND ELDERLY PERSONS –
8. OCCUPANCY CERTIFICATE – enclosed
9. FIRE AND SAFETY CERTIFICATE- enclosed
10. HOSTEL FACILITIES- 34 rooms of 9.65 sq.m
                                                28 rooms of 19.2 sq.m

 
COMPUTATIONAL FACILITY
 
I. Number of computers available in College of Pharmacy, Madras Medical College.
  1. Drug Design Laboratory                                - 9
  2. Communication Skills Laboratory(Donated) - 10
  3. Principal room                                                - 2
  4. Instrumentation room                                      -3
  5. Department of Pharmaceutics                         -1
  6. Department of Pharmacognosy                       -1
 
II. Number of Computers available in Madras Medical College – Central Jail Campus.
  1. Central Library (Donated)                               -50
 
III. Number of Computers available in Madras Medical College office ( Pharmacy )
  1. Under Graduate section                                    - 3
  2. Post Graduate section                                       - 3
  3. Dean Office                                                      - 2
 
INTERNAL COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE
As per section IV AICTE (Gender Sensitization, Prevention and Prohibition of Sexual Harassment of woman employees and students and the redressal of grievances in Technical Institutions) regulation 2016, committee consisting of the following is reconstituted on 12.06.2018 at College of Pharmacy, Madras Medical College for start-ups for preventing unfair practice and to ensure safety and security of the girl students and other women employees. The committee will act as a dedicated task force which can constantly monitor the existing (security) arrangements and suggest additional security measures to be put in place.
 
S.No
 
Name and Designation
 
Status in the Committee
 
Contact Number
1 Dr. N. Jayshree,
Professor,
Department of Pharmacology.
 
Chairperson
 
9444061079
2 Mr. K. Elango,
Head of the Department,
Department of  Pharmaceutics.
 
Secretary
 
9442027022
3 Dr. R. Radha,
Head of the Department,
Department of  Pharmacognosy.
 
Member
 
9884641156
4 Mr. K. Ramesh kumar,
Associate Professor,
Department of Pharmaceutics.
 
Member
 
9840823538
 
5 Dr. R. Vijayabharathi,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pharmacognosy.
 
Member
 
9789877131

Online Grievances can be made at the mail ID
          deanmmc@tn.gov.in
          copmmc@gmail.com

 
LEGAL SOFTWARE
Statistics Software Graphpad prism 8 XML project
SPSS software
 
Docking Software ChemSketch 2.1
Chem3D ultra 15.0
Argus lab 4.0.1
AutoDock 1.5.6
MGL Tools
Python
Osiris toxicity software
Molinspiration
 
Pharmacology Software Ex-Pharm series(http://heb-nic.in/Ex-Pharm/login.php)
 
Pharmaceutics Software Design Expert
Stat-EASE
LEGAL SYSTEM SOFTWARE  
  Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
Windows XP Professional
EX-FACIA(COMPRO)
 
     LIBRARY BOOKS
 
S NO Department No  of Books No of Titles No of Volumes No of Journals
 
1.
 
CENTRAL LIBRARY
 
110086
 
34000
   
112
 
NATIONAL: 70
INTERNATIONAL: 42
 
   
                                BOOKS IN DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY
 
1
 
PHARMACEUTICS
 
488
 
436
 
45
 
             3
2. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY  
1654
 
1320
 
302
 
19
3.  
PHARMACOGNOSY
 
672
 
546
 
108
 
 3
4.  
PHARMACOLOGY
 
1187
 
137
 
450
 
10
 
E – Consortium online journals subscribed every year from The Library, the Tamilnadu Dr MGR Medical University. (Journal List Attached)
 
        
S NO Institute No  of Books No of Titles No of Volumes No of Journals
1  
MICROBIOLOGY
 
625
     
3
 
2.
 
ANATOMY
 
1358
 
756
   
17
 
3.
 
PHYSIOLOGY
 
362
     
NATIONAL 2
INTERNATIONAL 14
 
4.
 
BIOCHEMISTRY
 
670
 
636
   
3
 

                                                                                                                        















Program Curriculum and Teaching-Learning Processes
2.1. Program Curriculum (40)
2.1.1 Delivery of Syllabus Contents and compliance of the curriculum for attainment of POs (10) (State the contents of the syllabus; about the course/learning material/content/laboratory experiments/projects etc. also mention identified curriculum gaps, if any) Note: In case all POs are being demonstrably met through University Curriculum then 2.1.2 will not be applicable and the weightage of 2.1.1 will be 30.
1. The curriculum of Undergraduate course in Pharmacy is provided by the Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University. It is a four years degree Program.
2. The curriculum is framed by the duly appointed Academic committee by the Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University comprising of senior academicians in the field.
B.PHARM SUBJECTS OF THE TAMILNADU DR.MGR MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
SUBJECT CODE FIRST YEAR B.PHARM
564251 Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry
564252 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
564253 Anatomy, Physiology and Health Education
564254 Biochemistry
564255 Biostatistics and Computer Applications
  SECOND YEAR B.PHARM
564256 Physical Pharmaceutics
564257 Pharmaceutical Analysis and Physical Chemistry
564258 Advanced Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
564259 Pharmaceutical Technology
564260 Pharmacy Practice and Pathophysiology
  THIRD YEAR B.PHARM
564261 Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
564262 Medicinal Chemistry – I
564263 Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms and Cosmetic Technology
564264 Pharmacology – I
564265 Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy
564266 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  FINAL YEAR B.PHARM
564267 Formulative Pharmacy and Biopharmaceutics
564268 Advanced Pharmacognosy
5642609 Pharmacology –II
564270 Modern Methods of Pharmaceutical Analysis
564271 Medicinal Chemistry –II
564272 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence and Pharmacy Business Management
 
3. Syllabus specifies number of lectures and practicals in each course1.
4. The Teaching & Examination Scheme specifies the duration and marks of both Internal and External Theory and Practical examination.
5. As per the curriculum: i) The internal exam constitutes continuous internal assessment comprising of periodic theory and practical exams2.
 ii) The external exam constitutes year end examination comprising of theory and practicals.
6. As per the curriculum, the student should have scored 50% marks in the Internal exam and should have put in 85% attendance to be eligible to appear for the final University examination. The student is deemed to be passed if he or she acquires 50% marks in Internal exams as well as University exams.
7. Course attainments are calculated after completion of the end University examination.
8. Program outcome attainments are calculated after completion of all the course attainments of each year.
The teaching and learning process begins with an orientation program. The essential topics of this program orient the students towards professional education and promote the capabilities to learn the subjects. A few topics included are: ‘tips to learn better’, ‘how to benefit from theory classes’, ‘how to benefit from practical classes’, ‘how to face examinations and study plans’. These immensely prepare the students towards the self learning and achieve high scores. 3
A structured delivery of education system is followed for the delivery of syllabus contents which includes Lecture sessions, Power point presentation, Problem solving exercises, Assignments and conducting Class tests4.
 The syllabus contents are delivered with the aid of effective audio-visual and multimedia elements and interactive teaching. In addition, to generate interest and enthusiasm among students, innovative teaching and learning techniques are followed in both theory lectures and practical sessions. Also weaker students are given additional support by arranging remedial classes for them5.
 
2.1.1 State the delivery details of the contents beyond the Syllabus for the attainment of POs (20) (Provide details of the additional course/learning material/content/laboratory experiments/projects etc., arising from the gaps identified in 2.1.1 in a tabular form in the format given below)
 
MODES AND MODULES FOR SELF LEARNING AND LEARNING CONTENTS BEYOND SYLLABUS
S.No Facility/Item Description
1. Library Books and Journals
2. E-Learning resources e-journals, internet,etc
3. Department laboratories Well-equipped laboratories
4. Events that encourage self-learning 1. Pharmacy Week
 2. Seminars
3. Workshops
4. Conferences
  • Quiz club meetings
  • Guest lectures/ workshops/Seminars,
  • Pharma Knowledge and Training Institute -Finishing school,
  • Awareness Programmes
  • Hospital Training
Quiz club meetings6
Quiz club meetings were conducted as per the schedule given below
S.No Date No. of students attended
1. 21.02.14 77
2. 14.03.14 123
3. 19.06.14 135
4. 03.03.15 116
5. 25.06.15 72
6. 17.02.16 202
7. 20.12.17 166
 
Topics discussed:
  1. Current affairs in Pharmacy
  2. Trivia related to Pharmacy
  3. Lives of Scientist and their Discoveries
  4. Profiles of Pharma companies
  5. Scope of Pharmacy Education
Guest lectures / workshops/Seminars7
Guest Lectures/Expert Talks: Expert talks by the eminent persons working in pharmaceutical industries/research organizations/ practicing pharmacists help the students and the faculty to understand current trends in various spheres, which leads to the attainment of POs. External resource persons also add value to the program and help students to realize the link between education and real world in the profession. These talks become a bridge to fill the gaps and also develop rapport for meeting the future need of the industries / research organization / universities. These promote the sense of life-long learning.
 
PROGRAMMES ORGANIZED TOWARDS SELF LEARNING
Year Date Seminar/Conferences Workshops Guest lectures/Student extra-curricular activities/Others
2015 27,28.02.2015
 
 
24.11.2015
 
 
34.08.2015
  Workshop on G.M.P
 
 
 
 
Rally by pharmacy students  as a part of pharmacy week  celebrations organised by I.P.A
Quiz on freedom struggle
2016 08.06.2016
 
24,25.06.2016
 
18.11.2016
 
   
 
Workshop on drug design 
 
Guest lectures on Entrepreneurship
 
 
Guest Lecture
2017 25.02.2017
05.11.17 & 06.11.17
05.11.2017
    All India Quiz
Medical camp
 
Online Quiz -IPC
 
Pharma Knowledge and Training Institute-Finishing school 8              
Students are sent to Finishing school for 30days which is organized by the Tamil Nadu Pharmaceutical Welfare trust with a view to impart training to fresh B.Pharm Graduates coming out of the College and who aspire to make their career in Pharmaceutical Industry. This training program includes 15 days of class lecture and 15 days Practical training in a well reputed Pharmaceutical Industry in and around Chennai
S.No
 
Date No.of Students participated
From To
1 12.05.2014 10.06.2014 5
2 01.09.2015 30.09.2015 3
 
Legal Literacy Club9
Legal Literacy Club meeting was organized in coordination with George Town Taulk Legal Services Committee
 Legal Literacy and Awareness camp on Anti ragging Law was conducted on 24.06.14
 
Awareness Programmes10
The college also organizes health awareness programmes for the public. Students take part in rally and also distribute pamphlets explaining the importance of safe and effective use of medicines on World Pharmacist day. In addition the college also organizes blood donation camps.
Swachtha Campaign
As part of cleanliness awareness drive Swachtha Campaign week was also inaugurated by the Health Minister and various activities undertaken under this project.
  1. Railings were grouted on the platform of the main Medical College Compound to trespassing by strangers
  2. Swachtha Campaign week was  inaugurated by the Health Minister of Tamil Nadu and Fogging activity was carried out in our campus
  3. Dust bin were procured and placed for the public at central points
  4. Slogans were pasted and distributed to create awareness about cleanliness
  5. To improve the green coverage in the campus saplings were planted
  6. As a hygienic measure to the women community incinerator was installed in the ladies toilet
 
Hospital training11
The third year students also undergo hospital training for a period of 30 days in the various departments of the Government General Hospital such as Nephrology, Diabetology, Cardiology, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Medical stores and CP centres  (each dept. 5 days). The details of training are given below
Year Date No.of students
2014-15 15.04.15 TO 14.05.15
 
 
55
2015-16  
18.04.16 TO 17.05.16
55
2016-17 17.04.17 TO 16.05.17 55
 
 
2.1.2 State the delivery details of the content beyond the Syllabus for the attainment of POs (20) (Provide details of the additional course/ learning material/ content/ laboratory experiments/ projects etc., arising from the gaps identified in 2.1.1 in a tabular form in the format given below) Not Applicable
Note: Please mention in detail whether the Institution has given such inputs and suggestions to the Affiliating University regarding curricular gaps and possible addition of new content/add-on courses in the curriculum, to bridge the gap and to improve attain Program outcome(s).
2.1.3. Adherence to Academic Calendar (10)
(Demonstrate notified academic calendar & its adherence)
In the beginning of every academic year, an academic calendar is prepared with an objective to plan the academic activities to be undertaken in the coming year based on the University circular. It is finalized by the college examination committee12 in consultation with the Principal and other committee members. It gives dates for conduction of internal theory and practical examinations. The planned dates are subject to change as per the University circular related to examinations. The teaching plan is prepared adhering to the academic calendar and given to the students in the beginning of the year. Other activities including various cultural events, extra and co-curricular events and sports events are also planned in advance.
The sample of the calendar for the year 2016-17 is given below
S.No Events Dates
1 Class start date October first Week
2 First Sessional examination 14.11.2016
3 Second Sessional Examination 13.02.2017
4 Third Sessional Examination 03.04.2017
5 Fourth Sessional Examinations 10.07.2017
6 Pharmacy Week celebrations November last week
7 Hospital Training for third year students 17.04.2017
8 Winter vacation 19.12.2016
9 Summer vacation 08.05.2017
10 University theory Exam 01.08.2017
11 University Practical Exam 28.08.2017
 
2.2. Teaching-Learning Processes (110)
2.2.1 Initiatives in teaching and learning process (25)
(Implemented teaching-learning process and Initiatives in improving instruction methods, using real world examples, collaborative learning, the quality of laboratory experiments with regard to conduct, record observations, analysis, Feedback collection process; collection, analysis and action taken etc. encouraging bright students, assisting weak students etc. The initiatives, implementation details and impact analysis need to be documented)
The syllabus is prescribed by the TamilNadu Dr.M.G.R.Medical University hence there is very little scope in going beyond syllabus. The initiatives in teaching and learning process are done at two levels i.e. for theory classes and practical sessions separately. The mechanism and implementation have been described hereafter.
I] Theory classes: As the onus on education relies mostly on the theory classes, lots of measures are taken to keep the lectures engaging and interactive. Some of the measures taken are:
1. Structured delivery system is followed for conducting theory class: It comprises  of Lectures followed by Multimedia elements such as Power Point, Flash, Animations and Problem solving exercises followed by class test and assignment submissions.
  2. Other practices such as Mind Map,  Model Making, Chart Making, bringing plant specimens, etc. have been employed depending upon the curriculum and its scope.
3. Assignments  are given to  students of the class which would help them in better understanding of the topics.
4. Students whose marks are below the minimum pass marks are encouraged to attend remedial classes.
5. Other than these, course specific activities and approaches are adopted to infuse keen interest and enthusiasm in the subject to keep the students abreast with the changing scenario in the academic field and to help them perform to the best of their abilities.
II] Practical sessions:
1. Pairing of students: This ensures that a student who is weak in a certain subject is paired with an academically stronger student which helps them in understanding and coping up with practical requirements.
2. Helping academically weaker students: Based on the periodic marks of the students, those securing lower marks are given additional revision turns to help them gain more experience and confidence.
3. Manuals are prepared for all the subjects 13. At the end of each experiment questions are given based on the experiments which the student answers thereby acquiring a greater understanding of the experiment.
4. Safe handling of chemicals, instruments and equipments is taught, wherever applicable.
5. After conduction of every practical, results obtained are discussed.
6. Records 14are submitted in every practical classes which are evaluated by the staff concerned.
7. Viva voce is conducted at the end of each experiment
Other than these common strategies; course-wise techniques are adopted by the subject teachers to inculcate enthusiasm in their subject. Some of these techniques involve competitions during practicals, real-life problem analysis and solving, making of charts & models etc.
2.2.2. Quality of internal semester question papers, assignments and evaluation (10)
(Mention the initiatives, implementation details and impact analysis related to quality assurance of semester question papers, assignments that encourage and empower the students to develop skills and higher orders of learning and evaluation)
As per the curriculum, the student should have scored 50% marks in the Internal exam and should have put in 85% attendance to be eligible to appear for the final University examination. The student is deemed to be passed if he or she acquires 50% marks in Internal exams as well as University exams. Internal periodic examination papers15 are set by the subject teacher(s). The sessional papers are evaluated by the concerned staff and the marks are documented16. In addition to the internal periodic examination, class tests are also conducted after completion of each unit 17. Students are also given assignments in their respective subjects to upgrade their knowledge. These are evaluated by individual faculties with their own perspective.
University examination papers are set by a panel of examiners appointed by the University. The question papers are sent online by Digital Examination Paper Downloading (DEPD) system to the college on the day of examination..
The assessment and moderation of the answer booklets of the theory courses   is conducted by the University through Central Valuation. The examiners and moderators are appointed by the University as per the directions of the Deputy Controller of Examinations.
 
2.2.3. Quality of Students projects (15)
(Quality of the project is measured in terms of consideration to factors including, but not limited to, cost, type {application, product, research, review etc.} environment, safety, ethics and standards. Processes related to project identification, allotment, continuous monitoring, evaluation including demonstration of working prototypes, and to enhance the relevance of projects. Mention Implementation details including details of POs addressed through the projects with justification)
As part of final year curriculum the students have to submit a project work 18in any of the fields related to their subjects during the course of their study. To execute this research activity, all the final year students are given a research project under the guidance of respective faculty members. Based on the advancement in pharmaceutical sciences, a few topics are identified by the teachers. The topics cover wide range of components, product, research, review, applications of pharmaceutical sciences, Pharmacopoeial standards, safety, ethics etc. In addition, students are given a chance to select their own topic in consultation with the teacher (facilitator).
Continuous monitoring 19: The students interact with teachers and begin the process. Throughout the period, the teacher facilitates the student in achieving the desired objectives, in terms of verifying the authenticity of the materials, organizing and written document.
The students submit a report consisting of the Abstract, Introduction, Literature review, Methodology, Results and Conclusion. The criteria for evaluation are Project Sustainability, Quality of Research, Presentation and Defence. The students are also made to publish their work in reputed journals20.
 The research work has to be submitted during the university examination which will be evaluated by the internal and external examiners appointed by the University.
B.PHARM PROJECT WORK
DEPT OF PHARMACEUTICS
YEAR TITLE
2015 Development and characterisation of Disperidone Albumin Nanoparticles
2015 Formulation and evaluation of Microsponge Drug Delivery System entrapping Deflazocort for the Treatment of Arthritis
2015 Formulation and evaluation of Moxifloxacin Hydrochloride Ocular Inserts
2015 Formulation development and evaluation of Gastro retentive floating Tablets of Acyclovir
2016 Formulation and evaluation of Glipizide Bilayer Tablets
2016 Analysis of Effects of Poly pharmacy in elderly patients
2016 Formulation and evaluation of Cephelexin Compressed Lozenges
2016 Formulation and evaluation of Transdermal film of Metoprolol Succinate
2017 Formulation and evaluation of Fast disintegrating sublingual tablets of Montelukast Sodium
2017 A Clinical Study of Poisoning in a tertiary care Hospitals
2017 Enhancement of Solubility and Dissolution rate of BCS class IV Drug  by Inclusion Complex
 
DEPT OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
YEAR TITLE
2015 Phytochemical evaluation and Invitro anti-diabetic activity on roots of Jatropa glandulifera
2015 Virtual Screening and Synthesis of newer Heterocycles as PPAR γ agonists with antidiabetic activity
2015 Docking,synthesis and characterization of oxadiazolidine derivatives as antihyperlipidemic agents
2016 Development and Validation of Visible Spectrophotometric methods for the quantification of Topiramate in tablets
2016 Phytochemical evaluation and anticancer activity of Justicia trenquibarisis
2016 Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial activity of some indole derivatives
2017 Quantification of Teneligliptinin tablets by validated colorimetric and FTIR Spectroscopic methods
2017 Phytochemical evaluation and anti-diabetic activity on leaves of Euphorbia heterophylla
2017 Insilico Identification of newer potential SYK and PAD4 inhibitors as potent antirheumatoid arthritic agents
2017 Molecular docking studies of pyrimidine derivatives as antimicrobial agents
 
B.PHARM PROJECT WORK
DEPT OF PHARMACOGNOSY
YEAR TITLE
2015 Pharmacognostical Phytochemical and Invitro anti-cancer activity of the fruits of Lawsonia inermis Linn;(Lythraceae)
 
2015 Evaluation of Invitro anti-diabetic activity of the leaves of Asparagus racemosus (Liliaceae)
 
2015 Pharmacognostical Phytochemical and screening of anti-cancer activity of Bulbs of Allium fistulosum Linn;
2016 Pharmacognostical Phytochemical and anthelmintic activity of Jasminum grandiflorum Linn;(Oleaceae)
2016 Pharmacognostical Phytochemical and anti-diabetic activity of leaves of Lactuca sativa Linn;(Astreaceae)
 
2016 Pharmacognostical Phytochemical and anti-microbial activity on leaves of Sterculia foetida Linn;(Sterculiaceae)
 
2016 Preliminary Phytochemical and Invitro anti-microbial studies of the leaf extract of Azima tetracantha lam (Salvadoraceae)
 
2017 Pharmacognostical Preliminary Phytochemical evaluation and anti-diabetic activity on peels of Hylocereus undatus Linn;(by Invitro )
2017 Preliminary Phytochemical and anti-microbial studies on leaves of Canavalia virose (Roxb) (Fabaceae)
2017 Pharmacognostical Phytochemical and anti-inflammatory activity on leaves of Atylosia scarabaeoids(Fabaceae)
2017 Development and Evaluation of anti-microbial polyherbal cream
B.PHARM PROJECT WORK
DEPT OF PHARMACOLOGY
YEAR TITLE
2015 Invitro antimicrobial screening of various extracts of bulbs of Urginea indica Kunth
 
2015 Evaluation of anti-diabetic activity of leaves of Ficus benghalensis(linn)by invitro method
 
2015 Evaluation of Invitro study of oxidant activity using whole plant of Mimosa pudica
2016 Invitro anthelmintic activity of fruit extracts of Tamarindus indica(Fabaceae)
2016 A survey of the prevalence of usage and knowledge about herbal supplements along with allopathic drugs in a asection of prescription users in chennai
2016 To evaluate invitro anthelmintic activity of Physalus mimima (Fruits)
2017 Invitro anticancer activity of Pumica granatum fruit extract against ovarian cancer and osteosarcoma cell lines
2017 Assessment of Invitro anti-tuberculosis activity of aril of plant Myristica malabarica lam
2017 Invitro anthelminthic activity of various extracts of leaves of Coriandrum sativum Linn
 
DETAILS OF PUBLICATIONS OF B.PHARM PROJECTS
S.No Title Journal
1. Colorimetric methods for the estimation of topiramate in tablets World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences,2016,5(7),1716-1720
2. Colorimetric methods for the estimation of topiramate in tablets Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics,2016,6(5),11-13
3. Study on antimicrobial activity of various extracts of Amaranthus cruentius Linn. International journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences,2016,4(8),1-17
4. Virtual screening, synthesis of newer heterocycles as PPAR γ agonists with antidiabetic activity IJPSR,2017,8(2),1000-1016
5. FTIR Spectroscopic method for the quantitative analysis of topiramate in tablets World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences,2017,6(3),668-671
6. Quantitative estimation of teneligliptin by validated colorimetric and FTIR Spectroscopic methods World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences,2017,6(8),1680-1685
7. Insilico identification of newer potential spleen tyrosine kinase and protein arginine deiminase-4-inhibitors as potent antirheumatoid arthritic agents JPR,2017,11(12),122-129
8. Validated colorimetric methods for the estimation of teneligliptin in tablets Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics,2017,7(4),38-40
9. Evaluation of antimicrobial activity of leaves of Ixora coccinia Linn. International journal of Pharmacy and Integrated life science, 2015,4(1),50-59
10. Atylosia scarabaeoids -an overall review International journal of Pharmacy and Integrated life science, 2017,1-9
11. Pharmacognostical, phytochemical and anti-inflammatory activity on leaves of Atylosia scarabaeoids International journal of Pharmacy and Integrated life science, 2017,1-30
 
 
2.2.4. Initiatives related to Industry and/or Hospital interaction (20)
(Give details of the industry/ hospital involvement in the Program such as industry-attached laboratories, partial delivery of appropriate courses by industry experts and/or collaborative initiatives with the hospitals etc. Mention the initiatives, implementation details and impact analysis)
Quality lectures from highly experienced industry professionals are organized to upgrade the students in the field of pharmacy. It keeps them updated on the current industrial trends and creates ample of job opportunities for them. They also learn how to make their methodologies tangible in real life situations. Stepping beyond a merely theoretical approach, they need to put across the skills to transfer ideas and strategies into practice.
The college has also established active interactions with other leading Pharma Industries for imparting industrial training to the students. It also organizes Industrial Visits, and facilitates campus placement drives for the Final Year B.Pharm students. College Training and Placement Cell facilitates arrangements for  industrial training to be undergone by the students.  The industry-institute interaction also supports research activities by providing gift samples of APIs and in some cases generously donating sophisticated equipments required for the same.
Students Industrial visit 21
 
Company name
 
 
 
Date
 
No.of students
Race Pharmaceuticals
 
11/07/2014  
40
Reltsen Healthcare
 
11/07/2014 15
Sai Mirra Innopharm Pvt. Ltd.,  
28/03/2015
 
54
SKM Siddha and Ayruvedha Company (India) Limited  
13/04/2016
 
40
 
Industrial training22
TAMILNADU PHARMACEUTICAL WELFARE TRUST  
12/05/14 TO 10/06/14
 
5
TAMILNADU PHARMACEUTICAL WELFARE TRUST  
1/09/15 TO 30/09/15
 
3
     
The third year students also undergo hospital training for a period of 30 days in the various departments of the Government General Hospital such as Nephrology, Diabetology, Cardiology, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Medical stores and Community Pharmacy centres  (each dept. 5 days). The students also render their services in the Hospital Pharmacies.
 
2.2.5. Initiatives related to Skill Development Programs/Industry Internship/Summer Training (10)
(Mention the initiatives, implementation details and impact analysis)
With an aim to provide hands-on training to the pharmacy students on recent technologies using commercially viable machineries, equipments, sophisticated process, validated documents, job training, career opportunities and campus recruitments, innovative idea generation programs are organized for the students.
The students are given training to operate sophisticated  equipments for skill development:
1. Rotary Tablet Press Machine
2. HPLC
3. FTIR
4. Digital Microscope
5. Digital polarimeter
6. Stability chamber
7. UV visible spectrophotometer
8.
9.
10.
2.2.6. Continuous Evaluation Process (10)
(Mention the process followed and its effectiveness)
The student appears for four theory sessional examinations(the average of three best marks are taken) and three practical examinations(the average of two best marks are taken).
As per the curriculum, the student should have scored 50% marks in the Internal exam and should have put in 85% attendance to be eligible to appear for the final University examination. The student is deemed to be passed if he or she acquires 50% marks in Internal exams as well as University exams.
Along with the above mentioned academic activities which are mandatory as per the University , special efforts are taken for the holistic development of the students. Students interested in a particular subject are given certain assignments by the respective teachers. This helps them to learn the process of gaining extra knowledge by in depth literature search. The students are asked to deliver seminar on some small subtopic from the syllabus. This helps them to overcome stage fright and also understand the topic in detail. After completion of every topic the students are given problem solving exercises. This helps them in a better understanding of the subject.   
Especially for the final year students, pre-placement talks are organized. The lectures conducted include talks in which students are guided for facing the interview, performing in the aptitude tests, writing resume etc. They are also counselled for Post Graduate studies in India and abroad along with information of the courses available.
Students are encouraged to participate in various Inter and Intra-Collegiate sports and cultural events. This helps in their overall development of the students.
2.2.7 Quality of Experiments (20)
(Quality from the equipment set-up and performance perspective)
The college has a machine room as well as an instrument room in the various departments having sophisticated instruments such as HPLC, FTIR, UV Spectrophotometer(s), Scientific Microwave synthesizer, Rotary evaporator,etc. College laboratories are well equipped with basic requirements as per the syllabus.
 1. The University curriculum specifies the number of experiments in each course along with the type of practicals to be conducted.
2. Students are given demonstration and hands-on experience on equipments some of which are a part of their theory syllabus. Thus, students can correlate theoretical concepts with practical knowledge, enabling them to have a better understanding of the subject.
3. Manuals are prepared for all the subjects. At the end of each experiment questions are given based on the experiments which the student answers thereby acquiring a greater understanding of the experiment.
4. Safe handling of chemicals, instruments and equipments is taught, wherever applicable.
5. After conduction of every practical, results obtained are discussed.
6. Records are submitted in every practical classes which are evaluated by the staff concerned.
7. Viva voce is conducted at the end of each experiment.
8. Students are oriented to refer Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) before using any instrument or equipment especially for those which are sophisticated.
9. Safety precautions while operating equipments are explained.
10. Students are also explained the importance of documentation.
 
                                            COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, MADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE , CHENNAI – 03.
DETAILS OF RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS IN INDEXED JOURNALS FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS
S.No Authors Title Journal Volume:Issue;Page Numbers Impact Factor (Provided by JCR® only) Year
1 AJerad Suresh S Geetha Lakshmi V Shiva Kumar M Madhuraj V Durga PR Surya Design synthesis charecterization and biological evaluation of some novel antitubercular agents targetting thymidilate synthetase x enoyl ACP reductase and L d transpeptdase Journal of Pharmacy Research vol 12 issue 3 0.54 2018
2 JeradSuresh Seung CheolBaek Surya Parakkot Ramakrishnan HoonKim BijoMathew Discovery of potent and reversible MAO B inhibitors as furanochalcones International Journal of Biological Macromolecules vol 108 page 660 -668 3.9 2018
3 KM Noorulla Ayyadurai Jerad Suresh Vinod Devaraji Bijo Mathew Devi Umesh Molecular modeling of drug pathophysiological Mtb protein targets Synthesis of some thioxo thiazolidin one derivatives as anti tubercular agents Journal of Molecular Structure vol 1147 pg 682 -696 2.0 2017
4 M Saravanaraj P Muthusamy R Radha and A Jerad Suresh A PHARMACOGNOSTICAL PROFILE ON FRUITS OF ADANSONIA DIGITATA LINN World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 6 Issue 5 page 1173 - 1187 0.2 2017
5 M Saravanaraj P Muthusamy R. Radha and A Jerad Suresh ANTI DIABETIC EFFECT OF THE ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF DRIED FRUITS OF ADANSONIA DIGITATA LINN WORLD JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES Volume 6 Issue 5 page 1597 - 1605 0.2 2017
6 Bijo Mathew Jerad Suresh S Anbazhagan Development of novel H Benzimidazole bearing pyrimidine trione based MAO A inhibitors Synthesis docking studies and antidepressant activity Journal of Saudi Chemical Society Vol 20 page 132 - 139 1.5 2016
7 Bijo Mathew Jerad Suresh S Anbazhagan N Chidambaranathan Discovery of some novel imines of amino thio thiadiazole as mucomembranous protector. Synthesis anti oxidant activity and in silico PASS approach Journal of Saudi Chemical Society vol 20 page 423 - 432 1.5 2016
8 Bijo Mathew Jerad Suresh Githa Elizabeth Mathew Abitha Haridas Geethu Suresh P Sabreena Synthesis ADME studies toxicity estimation and exploration of molecular recognition of thiophene based chalcones towards monoamine oxidase A B Journal of Basic and applied sciences Vol 5 Page 396 - 401 1.65 2016
9 Ayyadurai Jerad Suresh Rajendran Ravikumar Parakkot Ramakrishnan Surya Pooja J Patidar Pooja K Patidar Design synthesis characterization and biological evaluation of few novel diaminopimelate decarboxylase inhibitors as antitubercular agents World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 5 Issue 5 1785 - 1799 0.2 2016
10 Surya Parakkot Ramakrishnan Ayyadurai Jerad Suresh Design synthesis characterization and biological evaluation of few novel heterocyclic derivatives as an Anti tubercular agents WORLD JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES Volume 5 Issue 6 0.2 2016
11 Dr A Jerad Suresh Dr S Geetha Lakshmi L Ragu Bharathi P R Surya Design synthesis characterization and biological evaluation of some novel heterocyclic derivatives as anti tubercular agents International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 3 Issue 2 Page 1 -11 0.3 2016
12 A Jerad Suresh Design Synthesis Characterization and Biological Evaluation ofNew Heterocyclic Derivatives As Anti Tubercular Agents American Journal of Pharmacy and Health Research Vol 4 Issue 4 pg 80 - 88 0.5 2016
13 Ayyadurai jerad suresh rajendran kalaiselvi namachivayam ramya parakkot ramakrishnan surya Design Synthesis Characterization and Biological Evaluation of Anti Tubercular Agents targetingDecaprenylPhosphoryl Ribose D Epimerase Methoxy Mycolic acid synthase EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL AND MEDICAL RESEARCH vol 3 Issue 10 page 153 -156 0.5 2016
14 Mathew B Haridas A Suresh J Mathew GE Ucar G Jayaprakash V Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitory Action of Chalcones A Mini Review Cent Nerv Syst Agents Med Chem Vol 16 Issue 2 120-36 2.5 2016
15 Mathew B Mathew GE Ucar G Baysal I Suresh J Mathew S Haridas A Jayaprakash V Potent and selective Monoamine Oxidase B Inhibitory Activity Fluro vsTrifluoromethyl hydroxylated Chalcone derivative Chem Biodiversity vol 13 page 1046 1052 1.6 2016
16 Bijo Mathew Githa Mathew Jerad A Suresh Gulberk Ucar Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors. Perspective Design for the treatment of Depression and Neurological disorders Current Enzyme Inhibition Vol 12 Issue 2 115-122 1.5 2016
17 R Priyadarsini V Durga Shahana Ahmed Virtual screening synthesis of newer heterocycles as PPAR gama agonist with antidiabetic activity International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Volume 8 Issue 2 0.5 2017
18 R Priyardarsini A Menaka Design and synthesis of some novel imdazolyl heterocylcyles as potent BTK inhibitors for the treatment of Rheumatoid arthritis International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research Volume 9 Issue 3 0.3 2017
19 R Priyadarsini A Menaka Virtual screening and Pharmacological evaluation of newer BTK inhibitors as potent Anti Rheumatoid arthritic agents International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research Volume 8 Issue 10 1.1 2017
20 R Priyadarsini T Kalaivani M Keerthana U Logeshwari S Nivedhitha S Bhuvaneshwari In Silico Identification of newer Potential spleen tyrosine kinase and protein Arginine deaminase inhibitors as potent anti rheumatoid arthritic agents Journal of Pharmacy Research Volume 11 Issue 12 0.5 2017
21 P A Manikandarajan M Sathish R Suresh and A J Suresh ISOLATION CHARACTERIZATION DOCKING AND ANTI CANCER ACTIVITY OF QUERCETIN FROM LEAVES OF EUPHORBIA HETEROPHYLLA LINN International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research Vol 9 Issue 1 pg 197 - 202 1.1 2018
22 ANAND D SATHISH M DHIVYA LS IN VITRO alpha AMYLASE AND alpha GLUCOSIDASE INHIBITOR ACTIVITIES OF ALBIZIA PROCERA STEM BARK Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Vol 11 Issue 9 0.5 2018
23 S Divya M Sathish V Govindaraj and M Megala Phytochemical Evaluation and In vitro Alpha Amylase Inhibitory Activity on Leaves of Euphorbia heterophylla Linn Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Biological and Chemical Sciences Volume 9 Issue 1 pg 55 - 60 0.3 2018
24 R Pandiyan M Sathish A Jerad Suresh In Vitro Cytotoxic Activity on Root Extracts and Fractions of Jatropha Gossypiifolia Linn American journal of Pharm tech Research vol 6 issue 3 page 267 -273 0.2 2016
25 G Sathyavani M Sathish A Jerad Suresh Forced Degradation Study of Pyrazinamide In Bulk and Formulation by UHPLC Method American Journal of Pharmtech research vol 6 issue 3 0.2 2016
26 R radha SC Baviya Phytochemical Studies of Hybanthus enneaspermus World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 4 Issue 3 pg 440- 447 0.2 2016
27 R Radha SC Baviya Evaluation of Anti anaemic activity of Hybanthus enneaspermus Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol 2 Issue 5 pg 750 - 756 0.2 2016
28 R Radha S Nandhini In Vitro Anticancer activity of leaves and stems of Azima Tetracantha World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 5 Issue 3 pg 1242 - 1246 0.2 2016
29 R Radha S Nandhini Pharmacognostical Studies of Azima tetracantha Lam World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 4 Issue 4 pg 99 - 107 0.2 2016
30 R Radha S Nandhini Bioactivity Guided Isolation of crude ethanol extract of Azima Tetracantha Leaves World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 5 Issue 4 0.2 2016
31 R Radha S Nandhini Preliminary Phytochemical and antidiabetic activity of Cassia sophera Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Volume 5 Issue 1 pg 87 -91 0.3 2016
32 R Radha S Nandhini Preliminary Phytochemical and in vitro Antibacterial evaluation of Ziziphus oenoplia Mill Stem bark extracts International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences Vol 4 Issue 4 pg 21 - 54 0.2 2016
33 R Radha P Vijayalakshmi Pharmacological and Phytochemical Screening of the Peels of Citrus maxima Research Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Volume 3 Issue 1 0.2 2016
34 R Radha P vijayalakshmi In vitro Anti Alzheimer and Antioxidant activity of the peels of Citrus maxima Research Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Volume 8 Issue 1 0.2 2016
35 R Radha P vijayalakshmi Anti Alzhimer activity of Citrus maxima J Merr fruit peel extract in mice with scopolamine induced Alzheimers disease International Journal of Advanced Research and development Volume 1 Issue 4 0.21 2016
36 R Radha K Mekala Herbal Formulation development for hypolipidemic and anti obesity activity on Heartwood of Caesalpinia sappan International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Current Research Volume 4 409 - 420 0.2 2016
37 R Radha M Rajkumar A review on Calophyllum inophyllum International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrative life sciences Volume 5 Issue 6 0.2 2017
38 R Radha M Elayasuriyan A review of Indigofera aspalathoides International journal of Pharmacy and Integrative life science Volume 5 Issue 3 pg 1 - 7 0.2 2017
39 R Radha B Prasanna devi Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical Studies of Cymopsis tetragonoloba International Journal of Pharmacy and Life Sciences Volume 6 Issue 2 0.2 2017
40 R Vijaya Bharathi A Umesh Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical StZanthoxylum armatum seeds International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Vol 4 Issue 4 pg 55 - 74 0.3 2016
41 R Radha B Prasanna Devi A review on Cymopsis tetragonoloba L Taub International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrative Life sciences Volume 8 Issue 2 0.2 2018
42 R Radha M Thangamani Pharmacognostical Studies of tuber of typhonium tribolatum tuber schott International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrative Life sciences vol 12 issue 3 0.2 2018
43 R Radha N Senthamil Kavitha Raw material standardisation of polyherbal Ayurvedic formulation potladi kvatha churna for skin disease WORLD JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES vol 12 issue 3 0.2 2018
44 R Vijaya Bharathi A Umesh Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical studies on zanthoxylum armatum seeds International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Volume 4 Issue 4 pg 55 - 74 0.3 2016
45 R Vijaya Bharathi A Umesh Formulation and evaluation of herbal oinment from seeds of zanthoxylum armatum for wound healing activity Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol 2 Issue 5 pg 1354 - 1362 0.3 2016
46 R Vijaya Bharathi SC Suruthi Pharmacological and Phytochemical studies on leaves of Vigna ungulculata International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Volume 4 Issue 4 pg 1 - 20 0.3 2016
47 R Vijaya Bharathi SC Suruthi Evaluation of diuretic activity on the leaves of Vigre Ungluculate International Journal of Advanced research development Vol 1 Issue 4 pg 98 - 100 0.2 2016
48 R Vijaya Bharathi Pharmacognostical preliminary Phytochemical and invitro antioxidant studies on aerial parts of Ipomora sepiana International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences vol 4 issue 2 pg 18 - 35 0.3 2016
49 R Vijaya Bharathi K Shalini Erythina Variegata An Overall Review Research journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Vol 9 Issue 1 0.4 2017
50 R Vijayabharathi R Narayanasamy review on Anamista cacculus International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Vol 5 Issue 1 pg 1 - 8 0.3 2017
51 R Vijaya Bharathi K Shalini Survey of polycystic ovarian disease PCOD World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 3 Issue 2 pg 132 - 137 0.2 2017
52 R Vijaya Bharathi K shalini Review of Polycist Ovarian Diseaseic International journal of current science and technology Volume 5 Issue 4 pg 390 - 394 0.3 2017
53 R Vijayabjarathi K Shalini The Pharmacological activity of leaves of Erytheina variegata linn on metabolic symptoms of experimentally induced PCOD World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 6 Issue 5 pg 1487 - 1504 0.2 2017
54 R Vijaya Bharathi R Narayanasamy Pharmacognostical Phytochemical studies on fruits of Anamirta cocculus linn International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Vol 5 Issue 5 pg 24 - 36 0.2 2017
55 R Vijaya Bharathi S Jeya shanmuga priya A review on Phoenix sylvestris Roxb International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Volume 5 Issue 12 0.3 2017
56 R Vijayabharathi S Jeya shanmugapriya Phytochemical Studies on leaves of Phoenix sylvestris International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 2 pg 32 - 40 0.3 2018
57 R Vijaya bharathi M Srinivasan A review of Sea grass of Cymodaceae International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Volume 6 Issue 2 pg 1 - 10 0.3 2018
58 R Vijaya bharathi M Srinivasan Pharmacognostical Phytochemical studies on Cymodaceae serrulasa International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 12 issue 3 0.2 2018
59 R Vijaya Bharathi S Jeya shanmuga priya Pharmacognostical studies of leaves of Phoenix sylvestris World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 4 Issue 4 pg 189 - 193 0.2 2018
60 R Vijaya Bharathi S Jeya shanmuga priya Evaluation of Diabetic activity of leaves of Phoenix sylvestris World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 8 Issue 2 0.2 2018
61 R vadivu Navaneetha Comparative studies on Anti bacterial activity on Sida cordifolia Linn. And Sidaspinosa Adv J Pharm Life Sci Res Vol 4 issue 1 pg 10 - 16 0.3 2016
62 R Vadivu M Kavitha Phytochemical screening on the extracts of Bark of Sterculia foetida Imperial Journal of interdisciplinary research Vol 2 issue 4 pg 288 - 294 0.3 2016
63 R Vadivu M Kavitha Evaluation of Pharmacognostical Standards for the bark of Sterculia foetida Research journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Volume 9 Issue 3 0.4 2016
64 R Vadivu M Kavitha Acute Toxicity studies and anti arthritic activity on the bark of Sterculia foetida Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Volume 2 Issue 6 pg 652 - 659 0.3 2016
65 R Vadivu A Babu A review on Justicia Procumbans International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 3 0.3 2017
66 R vadivu A Babu A Phamacognostical Revew on Justcia procumbans International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 3 0.3 2017
67 R Vadivu A Babu Development and evaluation of herbal oinment from Justica procumbans for inflammation in eye International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Volume 8 Issue 2 0.3 2017
68 R Vadivu M Karthick Indispensibility of herbal drug standardisation Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry vol 6 issue 1 page 47 - 49 0.3 2017
69 R vadivu K Anandhan A review on utilisation of diatom biosilica as drug delivery vehicles A thumbnail International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 2 pg 20 - 21 0.3 2018
70 P Muthusamy M Sundarambal Pharmacognostical Phytochemical studies on root bark of Adansonia digitata International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 4 issue 4 0.3 2016
71 P Muthusamy N Shantha sheela Evaluation of Anti diabetic activity on ethanolic extractElonix regia seeds International journal of Advanced research and development vol 1 issue 4 pg 83 86 0.2 2016
72 P Muthusamy S Shanmuga Priya review on Murraya koeargii International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 5 issue 1 pg 45 - 56 0.3 2016
73 P Muthusamy Saravanaraj A review on Adansonia digitata International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 5 issue 2 Pg 28 -39 0.3 2017
74 P Muthusamy S Shanmugapriya Determination of total flavonoid content in ethanolic extract of Moringa oleifera World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 90 67 0.2 2017
75 P Muthusamy S Shanmugapriya Development of polyherbal haematinic capsules and its preformulation studies International Journal of Innovative research and advanced studies vol 4 issue 3 pg 192 - 195 0.3 2017
76 P Muthusamy Saravanaraj A Pharmacognostical Profile on fruits of Adansonia digitata Linn World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 5 page 1173 - 1187 0.2 2017
77 P Muthusamy Saravanaraj Anti diabetic activity of the ethanolic extract dried fruit of Adasonia digitata World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 5 Pg 1597 - 1605 0.2 2017
78 Leela Rudramani Dr N Jayshree Evaluation of anti hyperlipidemic activity ethanolic fruit extract of virginianum Linn International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 4 issue 6 0.2 2016
79 S Vithya N Jayshree A review of Amaranthus cruentus linn International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Volume 4 Issue 12 0.2 2016
80 Sathyaseelan K N Jayshree In Vivo evaluation of Brahma Rasayana as cognitive enhancer in D galactose induced cognitive impairment in mice World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 5 Issue 6 pg 1745 -54 0.2 2016
81 E Elamathi N Jayshree R Priyadharshini Evalaution of Hepatoprotective activity of Pongamia pinnata linn seed extract against carbon tetrachloride induced hepatotoxicity World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 5 Issue 8 pg 1542 - 1554 0.2 2016
82 S Sharmila Banu N Jayshree Review article Protective of ALA on organ damage induced by oxidative stress World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 6 pg 521 -529 0.2 2017
83 S Vithya N Jayshree Phytochemical Analysis and In vitro anti cancer study of ethanol extract of leaves of Amaranthus cruentus linn against colon cancer cell line World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 5 pg 1644 - 58 0.2 2017
84 Priyadarshini N Jayshree R Indhumathi Memory Enhancing activity of Desmodium gangetium root extract on scopolamine induced amnesia in swiss albino mice International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Clinical Research vol 1 issue 1 pg 26 - 31 0.5 2017
85 Nithya N Jayshree A reveiw on hearbs of zingeberacea family with beneficial effects of an cardiovascular disease World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 6 pg 635 -43 0.2 2017
86 L Gowtham B Vasanthi N Jayshree Ambika S Mini Jacob Effects of Yoga in type Diabetes Mellitus with hypertension alteration in RBC morphology as a marker for oxidative stress Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology vol 62 issue 1 0.21 2018
87 Sharmiladevi N Jayshree Thirunanasambandam Cytotoxic and nephloprotective activity of proprietory polyherbal formulation urione an vitro activity World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 7 issue 9 0.2 2018
88 Vikram E NT N Jayshree Sida cardata A review International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 5 0.3 2018
89 Vikram E NT N Jayshree Evaluation of in vitro wound healing activity of Sida cardata World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 7 issue 5 0.2 2018
90 Shahana Ahmed A N Jayshree A comparison of phyochemical and antioxidant profile of Artocarpus heterophylla seeds World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 7 Issue 6 0.2 2018
91 Shahana Ahmed N Jayshree A review on Artocarpus heterophyllus International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 5 0.3 2018
92 R Saravanan R Indhumathy N Jayshree Evaluation of anti cancer activity of leaf extracts of Amaranthus spirosis International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 3 0.3 2016
93 Soundiramani Balraj R Indhumathi N Jayshree M Sakthi abirami Evaluation of in vitro anti diabetic activity of root extracts of Cassia fistula Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research vol 2 issue 3 0.2 2016
94 Soundiramani Balraj R Indhumathi N Jayshree M Sakthi abirami Evaluation of in vitro anti diabetic activity of root extracts of Cassia fistula Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research vol 2 issue 6 pg 2454 0.3 2016
95 Soundiramani Balraj R Indhumathi N Jayshree M Sakthi abirami Evaluation of anti diabetic activity of ethanolic root extract of cassia fistula on streptozotocin innduced diabetic rats International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Vol 4 Issue 16 0.3 2016
96 Vithya Sekar Sowmya Elayasuriyan sarath kumar Chitra devi Indhumathi Study on antimicrobial activity of various extracts of A. cruentis International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 4 issue 8 pg 1 -17 0.3 2016
97 Priyadarshini N Jayshree R Indhumathi Memory Enhancing activity of Desmodium gangetium root extract on scopolamine induced amnesia in swiss albino mice International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Clinical Research vol 1 issue 1 pg 26 - 31 0.5 2017
98 C balachandar R Indhumathi Hepatoprotective activity of stem bark of Erythina indica on wister albino rats World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 6 pg 1324 -33 0.2 2017
99 M Revathi R Indhumathi In vitro anti urolithiatic activity various extracts of Eichhornia cressipes whole plant World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 7 issue 4 0.2 2018
100 M Revathi R Indhumathi Literature review of Eichhnomia cressipes International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 1 pg 41 -54 0.3 2018
101 K Sathyaraj Evaluation of in vitro anti inflammatory activity of whole plant of TRianthema triquetra Rottler World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 7 issue 5 pg 1781 - 1790 0.2 2018
102 R Priyadharshini R indhumathi Memory Enhancing activity of Desmodium gangetium root extract on scopolamine induced amnesia in swiss albino mice International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Clinical Research vol 1 issue 1 pg 32 - 39 0.5 2017
103 M Sakthi Abirami P Muthusamy In vitro cytotoxic activity of various extract from whole plant of Polycarpaea corymbosa Journal of Global trends in Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 7 issue 1 pg 2999 -3000 0.2 2016
104 Monika N Sakthi Abirami M Allium fistulosum ethnobotaical phytochemical and pharmacological review International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science Volume 5 Issue 11 pg 1 - 21 0.3 2017
105 Soundiramani Balraj R Indhumathi N Jayshree M Sakthi abirami Evaluation of anti diabetic activity of ethanolic root extract of cassia fistula on streptozotocin innduced diabetic rats International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 2 issue 6 pg 2454 0.3 2016
106 Monika N Sakthi Abirami M Allium Porrum A review World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 4 Issue 3 pg 28 -40 0.2 2018
107 A Manoj Kumar M sakthi Abirami A review on Crataena magna International Journal of Pharmacy intergrated Life Science vol 6 issue 1 pg 10 - 21 0.3 2018
108 A Manoj Kumar M Sakthi Abirami Phytochemical Investigation and in vitro anti diabetic activity on roots of crataeva magna World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 7 issue 5 0.2 2018
109 Monika N Sakthi Abirami Evaluation of in vitro anticancer activity of bulb extracts of Allium fistula against hepatocellular carcinoma cell line World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Volume 7 Issue 5 pg 1678 - 1699 0.2 2018
110 K Dhanalakshmi R Ramesh Kumar K Elango V Vivek Formulation and Evaluation of compression coated tablets of Deflazacort for colon targetting World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 5 pg 1695 -1709 0.2 2017
111 K Keerthana Daisy Chella kElango A Selvapriya Formulationand charecterization of Ropinirole hydrochloride loaded solid lipid nanoparticles World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 6 issue 5 pg 1710 - 1721 0.2 2017
112 KM Sumaiya Fathima Barveen K Elango K Ramesh Kumar R V Ramprabhu Development and charecterisation nicorandil loaded maltodextrin based proniosomes World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 5 issue 6 pg 243 - 252 0.2 2017
113 Y Tejaswi K Elango N Deattu Jameela Jasmine Design dEvelopment and Evaluation of pulsatile tablets of flurbiprofen for chronotherapy of Rheumatoid arthritis Internation journal of Innovative Resertudiesach and Advanced s vol 4 issue 5 0.3 2017
114 Vidhyabharathi anbazhagan K Elango Vivek Vivek Vincent Daisy Chellakumari Formulation and evaluattion of Sustained release Muco adhesive tablets of Diltiazem hydrochloride for prophylaxis of Angina pectoris World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 3 issue 4 0.2 2017
115 V Vivek N Deattu K Elango K Dhanalakshmi Formulation and evaluation of sustained release bilayer tablets of verapamil hydrochloride and enalapril maleate International journal of science and Research vol 6 issue 5 pg 1174 - 1180 0.4 2017
116 N Deattu K Elango G Ajith Kumar MSR Akshaya K Bhuvaneshwari C Sathish A Cinical Study of Poisoining cases intertiary case hospital International journal of Chemtech Research Volume 10 Issue 12 pg 399 - 409 0.5 2017
117 Karthick Rajan N Daisy Chella kumari K Elango Velmurugan Formulation and charecterization of Nateglinide loaded solid lipid Nanoparticulate capsules for the treatment of Type II Diabetes Mellitis World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 7 issue 6 pg 1059 - 1074 0.2 2018
118 Daisy Chella kumari A selvapriya C Sowmia A Dinesh Kumar Formaulation and evalution of Deflazacort loaded Gelatin microspheres Internation journal of Pharmacy and Biological Science vol 7 issue 1 pg 8 -13 0.4 2017
119 PG Sunitha M Neelakandan Detection and Quantification of Phthalates in liquid food products by GC MS Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Biological and Chemical Sciences vol 7 issue 3 pg 2096 -2104 0.3 2016
120 PG Sunitha R Dhanalakshmi A Gangatharan A Kavibharathi G Muralishankar M Sathya Colorimetric methods for the estimation of topiramate in tablets World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences vol 5 issue 7 pg 1716 -1720 0.3 2016
121 PG Sunitha R Narayane Development and validation of stability indicating UPLC method for the quantification of Tenelegliptin hydrobromide hydrate and charecterization of its degraded products by spectroscopic techniques Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Biological and Chemical Sciences Vol 8 Issue 2 2264 - 2281 0.3 2017
122 PG Sunitha S Hemalatha K Rama Development and validation of stability indicating RP HPLC PDA for the estimation of Rifaximin and ornidazole in bulk and combined dosage form formulation International journal of Chemtech Research Vol 11 issue 5 85 - 95 0.5 2018
 
 
 
123 PG Sunitha S Hemalatha K Rama Qunatification of Rifaximin and ornidazole in bulk and combined dosage formulation by validated UV spectrophotometric method Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Biological and Chemical Sciences vol 9 issue 3 pg 634 - 640 0.3 2018
 
 
124 N Deattu V Vivek K Elango K Dhanalakshmi Formulation and evaluation of sustained release bilayer tablets of verapamil hydrochloride and enalapril maleate Journal of Science and Research Vol 6 Issue 5 pg 1174 - 1180 0.2 2017
 
 
125 Deattu N Jameela Jasmine Tejeswi Elango Design development and Evaluation of pulsatile tablets of flurbiprofen for chronotherapy of Rheumatoid arthritis International Journal of Innovative research and advanced studies vol 4 issue 5 pg 21 - 28 0 2017
 
 
 
 
Patents
S.No Title Filed (Provide Patent Application Number) Awarded (Provide Patent Grant Number) Name of the Inventor/s
1 Novel Oxadiazole Benzimidazole Pyridine derivatives as anti tubercular agents 201841019422 publication date 1.06.2018 Ayyadurai Jerad Suresh R Durga S Suresh Kumar J Robert Dilton PR Surya
2 Novel Thiadiazole Imidazole and indole derivatives as Anti tubercular agents 201841019423 Publication date 8.6.2018 Ayyadurai Jerad Suresh Essaki Ayyamperumal Murugesan Pachamuthu Fathima Jesiya Parakot Ramakrishnan Surya
3 Design Synthesis charecterization and biological evaluation of some novel heterocyclic derivatives as anti tubercular agents 201741029944 Publication date 10.8.2018 Ayyadurai Jerad Suresh Parakot Ramakrishnan Surya
4 TRIOXOTETRAHYDROPYRIMIDIN H YLIDENE METHYL FURAN SULFONIC ACID COMPOUND IN TUBERCULAR THERAPY 3122CHE2012 Publication date 15.4.2016 A Jerad Suresh A Manikandan
5 DIMETHYL AMINO PHENYL DIHYDROTHIOPHEN ONE COMPOUND IN TUBERCULAR THERAPY 3158CHE2012 Publication date 7.2.2014 A Jerad Suresh K Anitha
6 TETRAHYDROQUINOLINE AND CHLORO PHENYL QUINOLINE DERIVATIVES FOR ANTI CANCER THERAPY 3239CHE2012 Publication date 7.8.2012 A Jerad Suresh S Kavitha
7 THIOXO PYRROLO PYRIMIDIN DERIVATIVES FOR ANTIDEPRESSANT THERAPY 4430CHE2012 Publication date 2.5.2014 A Jerad Suresh Selvin Thanuja
8 NOVEL DICHLORO H IMIDAZOL YL H PURINE DERIVATIVES FOR ANTI DIABETIC THERAPY 3146CHE2012 Publication date 7.2.2014 A Jerad Suresh R Srimathi
 

Gender and Sexual harassment committee

Ref. No. 1489/ME1/2018                                                                               Madras Medical College,
                                                                                                                                Chennai-3 Dt. 23.02.2018
                Sub: Madras Medical College, Chennai 3 – Formation of gender harassment committee at Madras Medical College in compliance of the Hon’ble Supreme Court judgements – Reg
                Ref: No.MCI – 34(1) (Gen) 2012-Med 153049 dated 11.01.2014
In compliance of the Hon’ble Supreme Court and as directed by the medical council of india, a committee has been formed for inquiry into cases of gender and sexual harassment at Madras Medical College with the following members.
  1. Pre Clinical                                                          Dr.Sudha Seshayyan
Director And Professor, Instt. Of Anatomy
  1. Para Clinical                                                        Dr.Sudha Venkatesh, Prof. Of Pathology
  2. Clinical                                                                  Dr.P. Dhakshayani, Prof. Of Geriatric Surgery
  3. Post Graduate Department                         Dr.EuthrassiaLatha, Prof. Of Microbiology
  4. College/School Of Nursing                           Dr. D. Nanavathi, Principal, School Of Nursing
  5. College Of Pharmacy                                      Dr. N. Jayasree, M.Pharm, Ph.D
  6. Ministerial Staff                                                                Tmt. J. Rajalakshmi, Junior Admin Officer
  7. Staff Nursing                                                      Tmt. Gopaldevi, Nurse
  8. Technician                                                           Tmt. V. K. Sasikala, Lab Technician, Grade I
  9. Pharmacist                                                          Tmt Shanthi Ganesh, Pharmacist
  10. Basic Servant                                                     Tmt. C. Rajammal, FNA, Grade 1
  11. Social Worker                                                    Tmt. Varalakshmi, Psychiatric Social Worker
  12. Aids Network                                                    Tmt. Bakiya Lakshmi
 
The above committee members are requested to enquire in details regarding any complaints of gender harassment received and submit the report to the Dean, Madras Medical College for further action.
                                                                                                                                                        Sd 
                                                                                                                                              Vice Principal,
                                                                                                                                             Madras Medical College.

Anti Ragging Committee

1. Prof. K. Elango., M.Pharm., (Ph.D),
    Prof. & Head of the Department of Pharmaceutics
    ph. no. 9442027022
2. Prof. Dr. N. Jayshree., M.Pharm., Ph.D
    Prof. of Pharmacology
   Ph. No. 9444061079
3. Prof. Dr. R. Radha., M.Pharm., Ph.D.
    Prof. & Head of the Department of Pharmacognosy
    Ph.No. 9884641156
4. Mr. K. Ramesh Kumar., M.Pharm.
    Associate Prof. of Pharmaceutics
   Ph.No. 9840823538
5. Dr. P. Muthusamy., M.Pharm, Ph.D
    Asst. Prof. of Pharmacognosy
   Ph.No. 9444233598
6. Dr. P.G. Sunitha., M.Pharm, Ph.D
   Asst. Prof. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
   Ph.No. 9840736172

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1 (Kumar, Kumar and Clark's Clinical Medicine) Parveen J Kumar_ Michael L Clar
2 [Cheryl_D._Helgason_(auth.),_Cheryl_D._Helgason,_C(z-lib.org)
3 [John_R._W._Masters]_Animal_Cell_Culture__A_Practi(z-lib.org)
4 [Prof._Dr._Dr._H._Gerhard_Vogel_(auth.),_Prof._Dr.(b-ok.cc)
5 188-Basic and Clinical Pharmacology 12th Edition=Bertram Katzung Susan Maste
6 An_Introduction_to_Infectious_Diseases-1
7 Ashutosh Kar-Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis-New Age International Pvt Ltd Pub
8 BIO CHEMISTRY
9 Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics-A Treatise Brahmankar
10 Biren Shah, Avinash Seth-Textbook of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry-Elsevi
11 CECTICS ANSEL BOOK
12 Color Atlas of Medical Microbiology (Kayser, Thieme 2005)
13 Colour Atlas of pharmacologyyy
14 Foye s Principles of Medicinal Chemistry (7th edition).pdf filename=UTF- (1)
15 John_Dickenson _Fiona_Freeman _Chris_Lloyd_Mills (b-ok.cc)(1) (1)
16 fundamental_molecular_biology
17 Goodman & Gillman's_Manual of Pharmacology & therapeutics_2008
18 K Sembulingam - Essentials of Medical Physiology, 6th Edition
19 lippincott-pharmacology (1)
20 Martindale The Complete Drug Reference, 36th Edition
21 MC ASHUTOSHKAR BOOK
22 MEDICAL PHARMACOLOGY AT A GLANCE
23 MICROBIOLOGY & IMMUNOLOGY
24 Pablo_Muriel_(Eds.) _Liver_Pathophysiology._Thera(b-ok.xyz)
25 Pathophysiology book
26 Pharmaceutical Dictionary
27 PHARMACOGNOSY BOOK
28 pharmacognosy-ashutosh-kar
29 Principles of Instrumental Analysis (6ed) - Skoog, Holler & Crouch
30 rang-dale-pharmacology
31 Remington_Essentials_of_Pharmaceutics_-_Felton,_Linda
32 Roger Walker-clinical pharmacy and therapeutics (2012)-1
33 Ross_Wilson_Anatomy_and_Physiology_in_Health_and_Illness_12th_Ed_medibos.bl
34 Tony_Guerra_Memorizing_Pharmacology_
35 Toxicological Chemistry and Biochemistry, Third Edition - Stanley E. Manahan
36 A-Textbook-of-Clinical-Pharmacology-and-Therapeutics-5th-edition
37 concept-in-clinical-pharmacokinetic
38 GLP_handbook_BPL_OMS
39 kaplan-pharmacology-2006
40 pharmacogenomics-2nd-edition-tyndale-meyer-and-kalow
41 principles-of-toxicology-good-book
42 textbook-of-receptor-pharmacology-foreman-and-johansen-second-edition
43 Alberto_Lodola _Jeanne_Stadler _Pharmaceutical_To(b-ok.xyz)
44 Arun_Bhadra_Khanal _Mahajan’s_Methods_in_Biosta(b-ok.cc)
45 DRUGS from discovery to approval 3rd edition
46 Fast track pharmacology
47 vogels
48 [Oliver_von_Bohlen_und_Halbach,_Rolf_Dermietzel]_N(b-ok.cc)
49 An_overview_of_the_current_methodologies_used_for_
50 Basic   Clinical Pharmacology ( PDFDrive.com )
51 Basic   Clinical Pharmacology 14th Edition
52 DiPiro
53 Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology ( PDFDrive.com )
54 experimenal pharmacolog
55 Goodman & Gillman's_Manual of Pharmacology & therapeutics_2008
56 Goodman and Gilman s The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics  Twelfth Edi
57 Human_Physiology
58 ohio_acep_pharmacology_toxicology_case_studies_booklet
59 PHARMACOLOGY & DRUG DISCOVERY
60 Pharmacology-Toxicology
61 PRINCIPLES OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY Second Edition ( PDFDrive.com )(1)
62 Research Result Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology ( PDFDrive.com )
63 screening-methods-in-pharmacology-by-robert-a-turner-b01duegy84
64 s-MolecularCellBiology
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69 [David_E._Golan_MD__PhD]_Principles_of_Pharmacolog(b-ok.cc)
70 [Geoffrey_M._Cooper,_Robert_E._Hausman]_The_Cell_(b-ok.cc)
71 [Gerald_Karp]_Cell_and_Molecular_Biology__Concepts(z-lib.org)
72 [John_M._Lackie]_The_Dictionary_of_Cell_and_Molecu(z-lib.org)
73 [Martin_F._Fromm,_Richard_B._Kim]_Drug_Transporter(b-ok.cc)
74 [Ralph_A._Bradshaw,_Edward_A._Dennis]_Handbook_of_(b-ok.cc)
75 [Richard_C._Rayne]_Neurotransmitter_Methods(b-ok.cc)
76 [Robert_A._Turner_and_Peter_Hebborn_(Eds.)]_Screen(b-ok.cc)
77 _Stephens _Detection_of_New_Adverse_Drug_Reactio(b-ok.xyz)
78 2015-Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine-19th Edition
79 Alberts - Molecular Biology of the Cell
80 cell biology by cooper 6th edition
81 Cellulite Pathophysiology and Treatment
82 coberts-manual-of-drug-safety-and-pharmacovigilance-pdf
83 Essentials of Pathophysiology Concepts of Altered Health States 4th Edition
84 Ganongs Review of Medical Physiology_ 25th Edition
85 Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology shared by sajid eusafxai
86 handbook-of-cosmetic-science-and-technology-third-edition
87 Hartl_Jones_Genetics
88 Hugo and Russell's Pharmaceutical Microbiology, 8th Edition- Hugo, W. B-pharmabooks.yolasite.com
89 Lawrence_M._Friedman _Curt_D._Furberg _David_L._D(b-ok.org)
90 lead book
91 MEDICAL PHARMACOLOGY AT A GLANCE
92 Microbial Physiology, 4th Edition (A. G. Moat, J. W. Foster & M. P. Spector) (1)
93 Modern Pharmacology with Clinical Applications
94 Pathophysiology-Made-Incredibly-Easy-Lippincott-5th-edition
95 pharmaceutical-drug-analysis
96 rick-dd
97 textbook_of_receptor_pharmacology
98 Thurston_Chemistry and Pharmacology of Anticancer Drugs
99 TOXICOLOGY
100 TOXICOLOGY
101 15 - Nelson-Cox - Lehninger Biochemistry 4th edition
102 Clinical Pharmacology, 9th edition
103 Clinical trials Design
104 Color Atlas of Neurology
105 Drug Mgmt
106 Drugs&CosmeticAct
107 Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology
108 handbook of food-drug interactions
109 handbook-drugcontrol
110 Harper's Illustrated Biochemistry (Murray, McGraw-Hill Medical, 26th Ed, 2003)
111 Harrisons.Principles.of.Internal.Medicine.16th.Edition
112 Introductory Clinical Pharmacology (7th Ed) and Lww 2007 Drug Guide Package
113 Lubert Stryer - Biochemistry
114 Molecular Biology of the Cell Full Book Alberts
115 Wilson and Gisvold's textbook of organic medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry
 
 

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