Pharmacology-World Championship in Pharmacology

According to World Championship in Pharmacology, Pharmacology is the branch of medicine concerned with the uses, effects, and modes of action of drugs. Pharmacology encompasses drug composition and properties, synthesis and drug design, molecular and cellular mechanisms, organ/systems mechanisms, signal transduction /cellular communication, molecular diagnostics, interactions, toxicology, chemical biology, therapy, and medical applications and antipathogenic capabilities.World Championship in Pharmacology is organized to select best research in Pharmacology.

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World Championship in Pharmacology -2018                       

World Championship in Pharmacology- 2017                         

World Championship in Pharmacology- 2016                              

World Championship in Pharmacology- 2015            

World Championship in Pharmacology- 2014                       

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Archive Latest Winners of World Championship

Year 2018



 Dr. Ingo Schmidt from Germany is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Rheumatology (metacarpophalangeal joints) World Cup

 Lucieta Guerreiro Martorano from Brazil is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Climate Change (Precipitation Rate) World Cup

   Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari from Guyana is World Champion - 2018 in Applied Science (Adsorption Parameters)

  Professor Ivet B. KOLEVA from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Orthopedic Rehabilitation (Knee Arthroplasty)

 Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel from USA is World Champion- 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Reservoirs) World Cup

   Professor Zhiyong Wang from China is the World Champion-2018 in Biliary Sciences

 Dr. Alexandru Trifu from Romania is World Champion - 2018 in Humanistic Sciences (Transhumance)

 Professor Elzo Alves Aranha from Brazil is World Champion- 2018 in Business Management (Entrepreneurship) World Cup

 Dr. Vincenza Bonfiglio from Italy Wins World Championship-2018 in Drug Designing (Corticosteroids)

 Professor WEI Erhu from China is World Champion-2018 in Educational Research (Courseware)

 Dr. Sujoy Ghosh from India is the World Champion-2018 in Metabolomics (Teneligliptin)

 Dr. Jesy. E.J. from India is the World Champion-2018 in Cytotoxic Activities (Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Analysis)

 Dr. Kazuhiro Esaki from Japan is World Champion-2018 in Global Quality Assessment

 Professor Santiago Nieto Martin from Spain is World Champion-2018 in Research on Education Systems (Educational Research) World Cup

    Professor Manuela Valentini, Elisa Di Massa, Giovanna Troiano and Professor Ario Federici from Italy are World Champions-2018 in Educational Research (Self-Esteem)

 Dr. Sandra Ricart Casadevall from Spain is World Champion - 2018 in Earth Science (Irrigation)

  Dr. Paulo José Menegasso and Dr. André Luis dos Santos Menezes from Brazil are World Champions - 2018 in Educational Research (Visual Impairment) World Cup

 Dr. Tatyasaheb. R Patil from India is the World Champion-2018 in Neurodegenerative Disorders (Pharmacognosy)

 Professor Maurizio Lanfranchi from Italy is World Champion - 2018 in Applied Sciences (Cumulative Proportional Odds Model)

 Dr. János Ladvánszky from Hungary wins World Championship - 2018 in Intermodulation Power (Electrical Engineering) out of 56 countries World Cup

 Dr. Udochukwu Martins Okechukwu from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Climate Change (Floodplains)

 Dr. Mohanraj N Pattar from India is the World Champion-2018 in Medicinal Plants (Minerals and Trace Elements)

 Dr. Osayande Osaretin Julie from Belgium is World Champion - 2018 in Clinical Studies (Genetic Engineering ) World Cup 

World Championship is Biggest World Science Fair  

 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Endoscopic Treatment World Cup

 Dr. Afonin Sergey Mikhailovich from Russia is the World Champion-2018 in Physics (Electromagnetoelastic Actuators) World Cup 

 Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel from USA is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Water Politics) World Cup 

 Dr. Aroloye O. Numbere from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Precipitation)

 Dr. Mikhailenko Ilya Mikhailovitch from Russia is World Champion-2018 in Genetics (Genotypes and Phenotypes)

  Dr. Chinyere Ogochukwu Dike from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Applied Mathematics (Ebola Virus Disease)

 Dr. Hyun Woo Kang from Korea wins World Championship - 2018 in Nutrition Research (Functional Food) World Cup

 Dr. ThukaaZuhair Abdul-Jalil from Iraq is World Champion - 2018 in Pharmacognosy (GC/MS Phytochemical Analysis)

  Dr. Bosede Oyegbile from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Educational Administration

 Dr. Saiden Thondhlana from Zimbabwe is World Champion-2018 in Educational Research (Teacher and Pupil Related Conflicts)

 Dr. Karkaz Mohammed Thalij from Iraq is World Champion - 2018 in Biotechnology (Antibacterial Activity)

 Dr. Nwachukwu Williams from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Soil Science (Rural Sociology)

 Dr. Sanjeev Kumar from India is the World Champion-2018 in Environmental Science (Global Warming)

 Dr. Akalonu George I. from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Occupational Health (Construction)

  Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo from USA is World Champion-2018 in African Development (Public Administration)

 Dr. Okuyade Ighoroje Wilson Ata from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Advances in Research (Bifurcating Rectangular Porous Channel)

  Dr. Jubilee Purkayastha from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology World Cup

    Dr. Eke Onyebuchukwu Desmond, Dr. Chukwumobi Nkechinyere Anulika, Dr Ernest Ndukaife Anyabolu and Dr Innocent Chukwuemeka Okoye from Nigeria are World Champions - 2018 in Medical Sciences (Social Medicine) World Cup

 Dr. Gopa Saha Roy from India is World Champion - 2018 in Sports Science (Anaerobic Thresholds) World Cup

 Dr. Abosede Adebola Otemuyiwa from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Semiotics World Cup

  Mrs. P. Selvavathi and Dr. R.Sophia Porchelvi from India are World Champions-2018 in Mathematical Analysis (Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation)

 Dr. Claudine NTSAMA MBALA spouse ESSOMBA from Cameroon is World Champion - 2018 in Parasitology (Surgical Site Infections) World Cup

 Dr. Alok Kumar Pramanik from India is World Champion - 2018 in Environment Sciences (Allopreening)

  Dr Ernest Ndukaife Anyabolu from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Hypertension Research (Nephrotic Syndrome) World Cup

Dr. Vishal Saini from India is World Champion-2018 in Applied Chemistry (Thiourea)

 Dr. Belghmaidi Sarah from Morocco is the World Champion -2018 in Medical Science (Corneal Tuberculosis) World Cup

 Dr. Nanda . N from India is the World Champion-2018 in Applied Chemistry (Diazepam)

 Mr. Daniel Anini Baah from Ghana is World Champion - 2018 in Bioremediation

 Dr. T. Govindan from India is the World Champion-2018 in Mangrove Conservation (Mass Propagation)

 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Urology (Electrocoagulation) World Cup

World Championship is popularly known as World Science Festival in Europe and Asia

 Professor Gerelmaa Damba from Mongolia is World Champion - 2018 in Business Management (Labor Market Flexibility) World Cup

 Dr. Komi Apélété AMOU from Togo is World Champion -2018 in Sustainable Energy (Solar Radiation Maps) World Cup

Dr. Venkatesh Dore from India is world Champion-2018 in Crop Physiology (Rice Genotypes)

 Dr. Félix Fofana N'ZUÉ from Côte d’Ivoire is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in International Finance (Gross Domestic Product Ratio) World Cup

 Dr. AMEY Kossi Bollanigni from Togo is World Champion -2018 in Civil Engineering (Silty Sands)

 Dr. Zheng-Chuan Wang from China Wins World Championship -2018 in Physics (Spintronics) World Cup

  Professor Souaïbou FAROUGOU and Dr. SESSOU Philippe are winner of World Championship-2018 in Food Preservation World Cup

 Dr. Ballagere Puttaraju Harini from India is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Biodiversity (Molecular Genetics) World Cup

 Dr. Nilfer Sahin from Turkey is World Champion-2018 in Biomedicine World Cup 

 Dr. Kavit S. Mehta from India is World Champion - 2018 in Microbiological Research (Ethnomedicine) World Cup

 Tri Aru Wiratno from Indonesia is World Champion-2018 in Educational Research (Social Culture Reality) World Cup

Sek. Men. Keb. Pendeta Zaaba, Negeri Sembilan Sek. Men. Keb. Tunku Ampuan Durah, Negeri Sembilan IIUM, Kuantan Campus UNITAR, Kelana Jaya IIUM, Kuantan Campus ICCE, IIUM, Gombak Campus Dr. Saadi bin Ahmad Kamaruddin from Malaysia is conferred with National Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Evolutionary Algorithms) World Cup

 Dr. Bernard Omwoyo Moenga from Kenya is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Participatory Epidemiology World Cup

 Dr. N.D. Zargar from India wins World Championship - 2018 in Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis) World Cup

 Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Sofi from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Rheumatology (Molecular Biology) World Cup

Dr. Dickson Adom from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Research (Ecosystem Conservation) World Cup

 Dr. Kenichi Meguro from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology World Cup

  Dr. Jack Uzezi Gladys from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Educational Research (Peer Group Activities) World Cup

  Dr. Mitra Akbari and Ramin Elmi from Iran are conferred with World Championship -2018 in Medical Science (Immunology) World Cup

Dr. Aaron TetteyAsare from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Plant Breeding World Cup

 Kraleti Lakshmi Yaso Tejaswini from India is World Champion-2018 in Agriculture Sciences (Correlation) World Cup

  Dr Badade Zunjarrao Ganpat from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biochemistry (Oxidative Stress) World Cup

 Shah Imran Ahmed from Bangladesh is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Sociology and Anthropology (Parenthood) World Cup

 Dr. Eng. Satoshi TAKEI from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Nanotechnology World Cup

  Dr. Nayareen Akhtar, Dr. Rezwanur Rahman from Bangladesh are World Champion-2018 in Urinary Tract Infections (Microbiological Research)

 Dr. F.Özge MAVİŞ SEVİM from Turkey is World Champion- 2018 in Education (Corrective Feedback) World Cup

 Dr. Maryam Hassana Ati from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Morphology (Crop Production) World Cup

 Dr. Melike Elif Teker from Turkey is World Champion - 2018 in Aortic Coarctation World Cup

  Dr G. Sreenivasan from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Power Quality) World Cup

 Dr. Ekaette Emenike Iroegbu is World Champion - 2018 in Teleconferencing (Educational Research) World Cup

 Dr. Rustam Effendi-YS from Indonesia is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Colorectal Cancer (Molecular Biology) World Cup

Dr. Shashi Khare from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Microbiology (Drug Resistance) World Cup 

 Dr. Justin R. Nayagam from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Plant Biotechnology) World Cup  

  Dr. Daferighe Emmanuel Emeakponuzo from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Corporate Governance (Environmental Accounting)

 Dr. Manoj Gupta from Singapore is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biomedical Science World 


 Dr. Peter SIYAN from Nigeria is the World Champion-2018 in Business Management (Infrastructure Development) World Cup 

Dr. Bakulranjan Jana from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Physico –chemical Characters) World Cup

 Dr. Sanit Srikoon from Thailand is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Learning World Cup 

 Ramadhani Amri Mpasiwakomu from Tanzania is World Champion-2018 in Wild Medicinal Plants World Cup 

 Dr. Jonathan Edward Tetteh Kuwornu-Adjaottor from Ghana is the World Champion -2018 in Social Sciences (Employability Skills) World Cup 

 Mandava Hemalatha from India is the World Champion-2018 in Social Science (Alzheimer’s Patients)

 Dr. Ogugua N. Okonkwo from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Ophthalmology (Macular Hole)

 Prof Swapna Chaudhuri from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Oncology (Molecular Immunology) World Cup 

 Dr. Justina Ifeoma Ofuebe from Nigeria is World Champion-2018 in Yoga (Educational Research) World Cup 

Mr. Mohammedsaeed Ganjoor from Iran is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Genetics (Aquaculture) World Cup

 Dr. Abdulrahman Yusuf Maigida from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Educational Research (Contemporary Islamic Education)

 Dr. Yasuko Fukaya from Japan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Nursing (Clinical Communication) World Cup 

 Dr. NAMO Otsanjugu Timothy Aku from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Crop Science (Zea mays Flowering)

 Prof. Dr. B.M. Patil from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Proteomics (Mutation) World Cup 

 Dr. Kaywood E. Leizou from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Chemical Science (Metal Speciation in Sediment)

  Prof., MD Tarık Kıvrak from Turkey is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Cardiology (Pulmonary Atherosclerosis) World Cup

 Dr. K. Suseela from India is World Champion-2018 in Agriculture (Dryland): World Cup

 Dr. Udoaka Otobong Gabriel from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Translational Hull (Mathematics) 

   Dr. Kasturi Ghosh from India is the World Champion-2018 in Agronomy (Date of sowing)

 Dr. Olubanjo Olutola Obafemi from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Engineering (Yield of Crops)

Dr. Diouf cheikh from Senegal is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Surgery (Laparoscopy) World Cup  

 Dr. Charles E. Anyanechi from Nigeria is World Champion-2018 in Health Sciences (Chronic Periodontitis)

 Dr. Seghosime, Animetuo from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Science (Phytochemical Screening)

Dr. (Ms) Swapnali Hazarika from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Membrane Science World Cup 

  Dr. Daniel Enyinnaya Azunna from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Earth Science (Mineral prospecting)

 Dr. Ram Lakhan Ram from India is the World Champion-2018 in Applied Science (Sericulture)

Dr. Ubogu Monday from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biological Science World Cup 

 Dr. Iquo Bassey Otu-Bassey from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Hematology (Hemoglobin)

 Dr. Halima Zugher Hussein from Iraq is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Agriculture (Detoxification) World Cup 

  Dr. Ekwumemgbo, Patricia Adamma from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Chemical Science (Fractionation)

 Dr. Kendre Govind Manikrao from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Pediatrics (Antiretroviral Therapy) World Cup


Pharmacology Instruments 


Parallel electrophysiology workstation

Real-Time PCR machine

High-throughput liquid handler 


Electrode Puller 

Scintillation counter 

UV Spectrometer 

Scope and micromanipulators 

Amplifier Rack 

Inverted phase contrast microscope for culture work


Automatic plethysmometer, 

Isolated tissue bath

Paw pressure analgesia meter




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Pharmacology Syllabus



1. Dosage forms, formulations, Sources of drug

2. Practical ORS, Benzyl benzoate emulsion, Mandl’s throat paint, Whitfield ointment, Liniment turpentine, Lacto Calamine Lotion 

3. Use of inhalers, nebulizers 

4. Prescription writing 



1. Rabbit’s eye

2. Guinea-pig ileum 

3. CNS demonstrations a. Analgesic activity – Hot plate / tail-flick / writhing b. Sleeping time c. PTZ / Electroconvulsions d. Rotarod – diazepam e. Openfield locomotor activity 


Clinical Pharmacology 

1. Drug dose calculation 

2. Drug advertisement 

3. Rational use of drugs, drug prescribing for specific conditions 

4. Clinical trial: use of caffeine on normal healthy volunteers 

5. Therapeutic problems 

6. P-drug 

7. ADR monitoring Communication Skills 


(a) Knowledge and intellectual skills At the end of the course, the learner shall be able to: 

1. Understand the general principles of drug action and handling of drugs by the body in all the individuals including children, elderly, lactating and pregnant women and those having a renal and/or hepatic disease and genetic variations. 

2. Prescribe drugs rationally by: a. Understanding the importance of both the non-drug and drug treatment b. Selection of drugs based on suitability, tolerability, efficacy and cost. 

3. Apply pharmacokinetic principles in clinical practice pertaining to the drugs used in commonly encountered conditions, National Health Programmes and emergency medical conditions. 

4. Foresee, prevent and manage adverse drug events and drug interactions. 

5. Use antimicrobials judiciously for therapy and prophylaxis. 

6. Understand and implement the concepts of essential medicines, pharmacoeconomics and evidence-based medicine for improving the community health care. 

7. Describe the clinical presentation and management of common poisoning including bites and stings. 

8. Understand the basic concepts of new drug development with emphasis on design and conduct of clinical trials and interpretation of their results. 

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(b) Psychomotor skills At the end of the course, the learner shall be able to: 

1. Write a correct, complete and legible prescription for common ailments including those in the National health Programmes and emergency medical conditions. 

2. Calculate the drug dosage using appropriate formulae for an individual patient. 

3. Administer the required dose of different drug formulations using appropriate devices and techniques (.e.g injections, inhalestrs, transdermal patches etc.). 

4. Advice and interpret the therapeutic monitoring reports of important drugs. 

5. Identify, analyze and report adverse drug reactions to appropriate authorities. 

6. Retrieve drug information from appropriate sources including the electronic resources. 

7. Analyse critically drug promotional literature in terms of pharmacological actions of the ingredients, rational/irrational nature of the preparation, economics of the use and claims by the pharmaceutical companies. 


(c) Attitude and communication skills At the end of the course, the learner shall be able to: 

1. Communicate with the patient regarding optimal use of drug therapy, devices and storage of medicines.

2. Follow the drug treatment guidelines laid down for common diseases including those covered under the national Health Programmes and emergency medical conditions and be capable of initiating and monitoring the treatment, recording progress and assessing the outcome. 

3. Motivate patients with chronic diseases to adhere to the line of management as outlined by the health care provider. 

4. Appreciate the relationship between cost of treatment and patient compliance.

5. Exercise caution in prescribing drugs likely to produce dependence and recommend the line of management. 6. Understand the legal and ethical aspects of prescribing drugs. 

7. Evaluate the ethics, scientific procedures, social and legal implications involved in the development and introduction of new drugs.


(a) Knowledge 

(I) Concepts of General and Clinical Pharmacology

1 Introduction: definition, historical perspective, branches and scope of the subject of pharmacology and its relation with other medical disciplines

2 Nature and sources of Drugs, Drug nomenclature and dosage forms 

3 Routes of drugs’ administration; advantages and disadvantages of different routes 

4-6 Pharrmacokinetic considerations: drug absorption, distribution, biotransformations and excretion

7 Pharmacokinetic concepts of bioavailability, apparent volume of distribution (aVd), half life (t½), and clearance (CL) that are used to decide the doses and rational dosing during the drug treatment. 

8-9 Pharmacodynamics; site and mechanism of drug action, drug receptors and receptor regulation, concepts of agonists, antagonists, partial agonist and inverse agonist drugs 

10 Quantitative aspect of drug action: analysis of dose response curve and therapeutic index (safety index) 

11 Factors affecting drug action and doses, how to prolong or shorten the drug action and effects 

12 Drug interactions and concept of pharmacogenomics/-genetics in drug action, effects and ADRs 

13 Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and role of pharmacovigilance activity in ADR monitoring 

14 Concept of evidence-based medicine, essential medicines, pharmacoeconomics, Pdrugs and rational prescribing 

15 Development of new drugs : pre-clinical and clinical phases of drug evaluation 

16 Scope and relevance of Clinical Pharmacology 

17 Essential medicine, rationality of fixed dose combinations 

18 Drug regulation acts and other legal aspects


(b) Systemic Pharmacology – Drug oriented teaching, (Here a core information about drugs is to be given that should include pharmacological actions, mechanism of action, indications, contraindications, side effects, drug interactions, precautions etc.) 

(II) Drugs Affecting Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) 

19 Introduction to Pharmacology of ANS 

20-21 Cholinergic drugs: cholinoceptor agonist and cholinesterase inhibiting drugs 22 Anticholingergic drugs: cholinoceptor blocking agents 

23-24 Adrenergic drugs: adrenoceptor agonist and sympathomimetic drugs 

25-26 Anti-adrenergic drugs: adrenoceptor antagonists (α & β receptor blockers) and sympatholytic agents 


(III) Drugs Affecting Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) 

27 Local anaesthetics 

28 Skeletal muscle relaxants (IV) Drugs Affecting Cardiovascular System (CVS) 

29 Drugs affecting vascular tone and volume of circulation, renin angiotensin system and other mechanisms affecting this system 

30-31 Antihypertensive drugs 

32 Anti-anginal drugs, management of Myocardial Infarction 

33-34 Drugs for heart failure 35 Anti-arrythmic agents* 

36 Anti-dyslipidemic agents, drugs used in peripheral vascular disease*

7 Nitric oxide donors and inhibitors and basic concepts of treatment of shock* (V) Drugs Affecting Autacoids, Inflammation and Gout 

38 Histamine, serotonin & their antagonists, treatment of migraine 

39 PGs, LTs 

40 PAF* 

41 NSAIDs 

42 Drug treatment of gout, rheumatoid arthritis & other autoimmune diseases (VI) Drugs Affecting Kidney Function 

43-44 Diuretics 

45 Antidiuretics* (VII) Drugs Affecting Respiratory System 

46 Antitussives, expectorants, mucolytics* 

47 Drug treatment of bronchial asthma, COPD (VIII) Drugs Affecting Gastro-intestinal System 

48-49 Drugs for gastric acidity, peptic ulcer & GERD 

50 Antiemetic and prokinetic agents 

51 Drugs for constipation and Inflammatory Bowel Disease 

52 Antidiarrhoeal agents (IX) Drugs Acting on Blood 

53-54 Agents used to treat anemias and haematopoietic growth factors

 55 Coagulants and anticoagulants 

56 Antiplatelet drugs 

57 Fibrinolytic, antifibrinolytic, plasma expanders


(X) Drugs Affecting Central Nervous system

58 Introduction and basic concepts of drugs affecting CNS activity: Neurotransmitters and their pathways and important sites of Central Nervous System effect of drugs

59 Sedative hypnotic drugs 

60 General anaesthetics with preanaesthetic medications 

61-62 Antiepileptic drugs

63 Antipsychotic drugs 

64 Antianxiety drugs

65 Antidepressant and antimaniac drugs 

66 Opioid analgesic and antagonists 

67 Antiparkinsonian drugs and drugs for other neurodegenerative and movement disorders 

68 Pharmacology of ethyl alcohol and other alcohols 

69-70 Pharmacology of CNS stimulants, psychomimetic drugs, drug dependence and substance abuse (XI) Drugs Affecting Endocrine System and its Diseases 

71 Pharmacology of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones 

72 Thyroid hormones and antithyroid drugs 

73 Estrogen, progesterone and inhibitors 

74 Oral contraceptives & HRT 

75 Androgen

76-77 Drugs for diabetes mellitus: Insulin and oral antidiabetic agents 

78-79 Adrenocorticosteroids 

80 Parathyroid hormones and drugs affecting calcium balance

81 Drugs acting on uterus 82 Drug treatment for infertility and erectile dysfunctions 


(XII) Pharmacology of Chemotherapeutic Agents 

83-84 Introduction and basic principles of chemotherapy of infection, infestation and neoplastic diseases and concepts of resistance to chemotherapeutic agents 

85 Sulfonamides

86 Quinolones 

87-88 β-Lactam antibiotics 

89 Aminoglycosides 

90 Macrolides and ketolides 

91 Tetracycline and chloramphenicol

92 Oxazolidinones, streptogramin and other antibiotics 

93 Antimycobacterial drugs, antitubercular drugs; treatment of MDR and XDR tuberculosis 

94 Antileprosy drugs

95 Antifungal drugs

96 Antimalarial drugs 

97 Antiamoebic and other antiprotozoal drugs 

98 Drugs used in filariasis and kalaazar 

99 Anthelmintic agents 

100-101 Antiviral, anti-AIDS drugs 

102 Chemotherapy of Urinary tract infection & STDs 

103 Basic principles of cancer chemotherapy*


(XIII) Immunopharmacology 

104 Vaccines, immunomodulators and treatment of transplant rejection disorders 


(XIV) Miscellaneous Topics 

105 Vitamins, nutraceuticals and probiotics 

106 Drugs acting on skin and mucous membrane 

107 Pharmacology of Diagnostic agents

108 Paediatric pharmacology 

109 Geriatric pharmacology 

110 Pharmacology of chelating agents * Desirable to know  



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How to publish Books in Pharmacology-

Proposed books can be sent at for publication. Make sure, Books must have UBN (Universal Book Number), when you are publishing them. 

Universal Agency for Book Number; officially assigns and regulates legitimate UBN. Universal Agency for Book Number is responsible for the collection, description, preservation and accessibility of UBN. The UABN also serves as a development centre for the literature and library sector and promotes strong cooperation in the field, on not for profit status. UABN registers patents and copyrights at international level.


What is UBN?

Why UBN is compulsory for Book publication?

UBN is Universal Book Number

UBN is a unique identification number for a bookUniversal Book Number is recognized globally and catalyzes the sale of book to bookstores and libraries. UBN allows scientifically management of books and their discoverability at global level. Universal Book Number eliminates the ambiguity in identification of books. While numerous book titles, published by different publishers may have same titles across the world, it creates huge confusion among readers. UBN serves here as a great tool to correctly identify a book. UBN should be printed on cover page of book at any 4 corners. 


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 Specialty in Pharmacology

Clinical pharmacology

Clinical pharmacology is the basic science of pharmacology with an added focus on the application of pharmacological principles and methods in the medical clinic and towards patient care and outcomes.


Neuropharmacology is the study of the effects of medication on central and peripheral nervous system functioning.


Psychopharmacology, also known as behavioral pharmacology, is the study of the effects of medication on the psyche (psychology), observing changed behaviors of the body and mind, and how molecular events are manifest in a measurable behavioral form. Psychopharmacology is an interdisciplinary field which studies behavioral effects of psychoactive drugs. It incorporates approaches and techniques from neuropharmacology, animal behavior and behavioral neuroscience, and is interested in the behavioral and neurobiological mechanisms of action of psychoactive drugs. Another goal of behavioral pharmacology is to develop animal behavioral models to screen chemical compounds with therapeutic potentials. People in this field (called behavioral pharmacologists) typically use small animals (e.g. rodents) to study psychotherapeutic drugs such as antipsychotics, antidepressants and anxiolytics, and drugs of abuse such as nicotine, cocaine and methamphetamine. Ethopharmacology (not to be confused with ethnopharmacology) is a term which has been in use since the 1960s[7] and derives from the Greek word θος ethos meaning character and "pharmacology" the study of drug actions and mechanism.

Cardiovascular pharmacology

Cardiovascular pharmacology is the study of the effects of drugs on the entire cardiovascular system, including the heart and blood vessels.


Pharmacogenetics is clinical testing of genetic variation that gives rise to differing response to drugs.


Pharmacogenomics is the application of genomic technologies to drug discovery and further characterization of older drugs.


Pharmacoepidemiology is the study of the effects of drugs in large numbers of people.

Safety pharmacology

Safety pharmacology specialises in detecting and investigating potential undesirable pharmacodynamic effects of new chemical entities (NCEs) on physiological functions in relation to exposure in the therapeutic range and above.

Systems pharmacology

Systems pharmacology is the coding system principles in the field of pharmacology.


Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects, molecular targets, and characterization of drugs or any chemical substance in excess (including those beneficial in lower doses).

Theoretical pharmacology

Theoretical pharmacology is a relatively new and rapidly expanding field of research activity in which many of the techniques of computational chemistry, in particular computational quantum chemistry and the method of molecular mechanics, are proving to be of great value. Theoretical pharmacologists aim at rationalizing the relation between the activity of a particular drug, as observed experimentally, and its structural features as derived from computer experiments. They aim to find structure—activity relations. Furthermore, on the basis of the structure of a given organic molecule, the theoretical pharmacologist aims at predicting the biological activity of new drugs that are of the same general type as existing drugs. More ambitiously, it aims to predict entirely new classes of drugs, tailor-made for specific purposes.


Posology is the study of how medicines are dosed. This depends upon various factors including age, climate, weight, sex, elimination rate of drug, genetic polymorphism and time of administration. It is derived from the Greek words πόσος pososmeaning "how much?" and -λογία -logia "study of".[8]


Pharmacognosy is a branch of pharmacology dealing especially with the composition, use, and development of medicinal substances of biological origin and especially medicinal substances obtained from plants.

Environmental pharmacology

Environmental pharmacology is a new discipline.[9] Focus is being given to understand gene–environment interaction, drug-environment interaction and toxin-environment interaction. There is a close collaboration between environmental scienceand medicine in addressing these issues, as healthcare itself can be a cause of environmental damage or remediation. Human health and ecology are intimately related. Demand for more pharmaceutical products may place the public at risk through the destruction of species. The entry of chemicals and drugs into the aquatic ecosystem is a more serious concern today. In addition, the production of some illegal drugs pollutes drinking water supply by releasing carcinogens.[10] This field is intimately linked with Public Health fields.

Experimental pharmacology

Experimental pharmacology involves the study of pharmacology through bioassay, to test the efficacy and potency of a drug.

Dental pharmacology

Dental pharmacology relates to the study of drugs commonly used in the treatment of dental disease.

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Branches of Pharmacology



Study or science of drugs.


Treatment of pathologic conditions through the use of drugs.


Study of what happens to a drug from the time it is put into the body until the parent drug and all metabolites have left the body.


Study of drugs that are obtained from natural plant and animal resources.


Study of the influence of genetic factors on drug response.


Study of economic factors impacting the cost of drug therapy.


Study of the biochemical and physiologic interactions of drugs at their sites of activity.


Science of preparing and dispensing drugs.

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