M.Pharm - Master of Pharmacy

Course Established in the Year 2020

Total Seats Available: 15

  • Maharana Pratap College of Pharmacy – 15

M.Pharma – 2 Years

Passed B.Pharma from a recognised University and a minimum of 60%.

M.Pharma

Duration – 2 Years

M. Pharm in Pharmacology is a two-year program comprising four semesters designed to provide advanced training in various aspects of Pharmacology, Molecular Biology, Pre-clinical & Clinical Drug Development, and Pharmacotherapeutics. There are excellent experiments to be carried out in each of these areas, which equip the student with skills for Research. The program has tremendous scope and students who emerge successfully have various career options.

Pharmacology is a subject, which connects the other disciplines of Pharmaceutical Sciences with medicine. This branch of Science equips a student with the ability to appreciate the establishment of dose, dosage, efficacy, and safety of medicines, their mechanisms, and disposition. Pharmacology gives immense scope for exploration into diversified subdomains such as Signaling and Molecular Mechanisms of Medicines, Clinical Pharmacology and Biopharmaceutics, Non-clinical and Clinical Trials. This opens up opportunities for further academic up-gradation, sometimes with funded research projects of national importance supported by Government-funded agencies.

The pharmaceutical industry, especially Clinical Research organisations offer a variety of career opportunities in different Business verticals such as Basic Pharmacological Research. Pre-Clinical Toxicology, Clinical Pharmacology, Quality Assurance and Compliance, Medical/Scientific Writing, Pharmacovigilance, Marketing (Scientific/Product Management) and many more.

Training in Pharmacology

  • Dynamics of drugs affecting major organ systems
  • Advances in Molecular Pharmacology and Chemotherapy
  • Applied and Clinical Pharmacology
  • Pre-clinical Drug Discovery and Analytical Techniques
  • Clinical Drug Development
  • Pharmacokinetics and Toxicity studies
  • In-vitro and in-vivo Experiments
  • Study of Drug Interactions
  • New drug discovery process: Process of drug development, preclinical studies, types of clinical trials, choice of patients, exclusion criteria of patients.
  • Adverse drug reaction (ADR): Type of reaction (Type A & B), Yellow card system, anaphylactic reaction management and monitoring.
  • Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM): Clinical significance and its need for patients associated with a narrow therapeutic range of drugs E.g. digoxin, aminoglycosides, Phenytoin.

Lab Facilities

  • Anatomy & Physiology Lab I: It is established to understand the Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of diseased state with the help of charts and models including human skeleton and other types of apparatus.
  • Pharmacology Lab II: It consists of equipment to investigate the activity of various drug samples, such as Digital Balance, Rota Rod, Electro Convutsiometer, Histamine Chamber and Actophotometer.

Lab Practices

Labs provide analytical support and intellectual input to both in-house and external projects of the Institute. As a result of excellent lab facilities and their proper utilisation under the supervision of faculty members, the Graduates will have an edge for immediate employment.

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