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Acharya Institute of Technology

Pharm D - Doctor of Pharmacy

Overview

Pharm.D or Doctor of Pharmacy is one of the new courses introduced in the Indian pharmaceutical education. The first and foremost role of a pharmacist is to make the patient feel happy about his health and provide better advices for the patient apart from dispensing medicine. As members of the health care team composed of physicians and nurses, among others, pharmacists have an opportunity for direct involvement with patient care. The knowledge and clinical skills that the contemporary pharmacist possesses, make this individual an authoritative source of drug information for physicians, nurses, and patients. The opportunities exist in Hospital pharmacy, Academics, Clinical trials, Regulatory affairs, Pharmacovigilance, Drug Monitoring Services.

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Under Graduate

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D)

Duration  : 6 years Programme (5 years of study & 1 year of internship or residency) leading to Doctor of Pharmacy.

Eligibility : Pass in 10+2 / ‘A’ Level from any Board or Council with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics / Biology as compulsory subjects or Diploma in Pharmacy. Provided a student has completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission.

Vision

“Acharya Institutes is Committed to the cause of value-based education in all disciplines, envisions itself as a fountainhead of innovative human enterprise, with inspiration initiatives for Academic Excellence .”


Mission

“To ensure, planned development of Pharmacy Education consistent with the Policies of the State and Nation. We are committed to providing need based, Quality Pharmaceutical Technical and Professional Human Resources to the Industry, Business and Community.”


Our Professors

Acharya & B M Reddy College of Pharmacy is known for global leadership in the field of nursing education and clinical skills, and the Acharya faculty is a combination of young and experienced, passionate and curious individuals. They are the most distinguished scholars, who constantly do research in their respective fields.

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Dr. Giles D Assistant Professor


    • Phytochemical pharmacological Screening of Medical Plants
    • Evaluation of neuroprotective activity of Fumariaofficinalslinn on experimental animals
    • The study of Neuropharmacological screening of various drugs by using Zebra fish as a alternative model
    • Design & Development of Buccuadhesive compacts of selective anti hypertensive agent
    • Synthesis, hydrolysis kinetics and Pharmacological evaluation of anti diabetic and anti hypertensive co drugs
    • Evaluation of Neuroprotective activity of Wedelolactone And Gallic Acid on the pathogenesis of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    • Role of Asiaticoside and Bacoside on Axonal Protection In Multiple Sclerosis & Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis
    • Apoptosis of LNCP and PCa cell lines and testosterone induced prostate cancer by Tara exrol and Reticulatacin isolated from Annona reticulate L
    • Nanoparticulate mediated targeted drug delivery system of an anti-Alzheimer’s drug
    • Design and evaluation of drug loaded nano particles for the treatment of pneumonia
    • Brain targeting nanoparticulate drug delivery system of an anti – Parkinson agent
    • Nanoparticulate drug delivery systems for anti cancer drugs.
    • Stability indicating method development and validation of combination antidiabetic drugs and degradation studies by Reverse phase HPLC method.
    • Synthesis And Biological Evaluation Of Benzopyran Derivatives
    • Design Synthesis and structural activity relationship studies of novel pyramidine derivatives as potent anti inflammatory and anti cancer agents
    • Optimized and enhanced production of firbrinolytic protease using novel baciilus cereus GD55
    • Formulation and Evaluation of Flim Coated Folic acid tablets with minerals
    • Formulation and In-vitro Evaluation of Anti-hypertensive tablets
    • Formulation and Evaluation of Montelukast and Levocetrizine bilayer tablets
    • Formulation and In-vitro evaluation of Buccoadhesive tablet of Olmesartanmedoxomil
    • Formulation and Evaluation of Hollow microspheres containing Losartan Potassium
    • Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of pyrimidine derivatives
    • Design, synthesis and pharmacological evaluation of quinazoline derivatives
    • Isolation, phytochemical characterization and pharmacological screening of seeds of Caelsalpiniabonduncellalinn.
    • Formulation and evaluation of liposomal repaglinideforantidiabetic activity
    • Developmen of biodegradable polymeric film consisting of levofloxacin for delivering in the periodontal cavity.
    • Developmnet of Minoxidialniosomes by different methods and their aomparative evaluation
    • Preventive effect of Fisetin on cardiac markers, lipid peroxides and anti - oxidents in normal
    • Antineoplastic activity of Quercetin, in - vitro studies on HL 60 cell lines and in - vivo studies on DAL induced mice
    • Discovery & preclinical characterization of a novel chalcone derivative for its anticancer activity using in - vitro & in - vivo screening models
    • Stability Indicating Assay Method for Ornidazole by RP-HPLC method in Bulk Form and In Pharmaceutical Dosage Form
    • Stability Indicating Assay Method for the Simultaneous Estimation of Metformin Hydrochloride and Glipizide by RP-HPLC in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Dosage Form.
    • Development and Validation of Simultaneous Analysis of Olemestranmedoxomil and Hydrochlorothiazide by HPLC and UV Spectrophotometry and Their Cross Validation
    • Analytical Method Development and Validation of Three Combination Drugs Paracetamol, Cetirizine and Pseudo ephedrine by HPLC and Its Application in Assay of Tablet Form
    • Development and Validation of Simultaneous Analysis of Tinidazole and Norfloxacin by HPLC and UV-Spectrophotometry
    • Simultaneous estimation of pyrantelpamoate and praziquantel containing combination formulation by RP-HPLC technique.

    Ms. Maya S
    Research Title: Evaluation of Neuroprotective activity of Wedelolactone And Gallic Acid on the pathogenesis of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Mr. Krishna Das M S
    Research Title: Role of Asiaticoside and Bacoside on Axonal Protection In Multiple Sclerosis & Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis.
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Ms. Sarith S
    Research Title: Apoptosis of LNCP and PCa cell lines and testosterone induced prostate cancer by Tara exrol and Reticulatacin isolated from Annona reticulate L
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Mrs. Kinjal Patel
    Research Title: Nanoparticulate mediated targeted drug delivery system of an anti-Alzheimer’s drug
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Mrs. Ashvini H M
    Research Title: Design and evulation of drug loaded nano particles for the treatment of pnemonia
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Mr. Anudeep Ball
    Research Title: Brain targeting nanoparticulate drug delivery system of an anti – Parkinson agent
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Mrs. Sudha Mallapur
    Research Title: Stability indicating method development and validation of combination anti diabetic drugs and degradation studies by Reverse phase HPLC method.
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Ms. Soma Pramanik
    Research Title: Synthesis And Biological Evaluation Of Benzopyran Derivatives
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Ms. Vibha Patil
    Research Title: Rational design and synthesis of indomethacin analogs by bioisosteric replacement
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Ms. Saiprabha V N
    Research Title: Design Synthesis and structural activity relationship studies of novel pyramidine derivatives as potent anti inflammatory and anti cancer agents
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

    Mr. E V N Raju
    Research Title: Optimized and enhanced production of firbrinolytic protease using novel baciilus cereus GD55.
    University: RGUHS, Bangalore.

Course Catalog

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D)

First Year

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Medicinal Biochemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry
  • Remedial Mathematics/ Biolog

Second Year

  • Pathophysiology
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • Pharmacognosy & Phytopharmaceuticals
  • Pharmacology
  • Community Pharmacy
  • Pharmacotherapeutics

Third Year

  • Pharmacology
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Formulations

Forth Year

  • Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Hospital Pharmacy
  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Biostatistics & Research Methodology
  • Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics
  • Clinical Toxicology

Fifth Year

  • Clinical Research
  • Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics
  • Clinical Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacotherapeutic Drug Monitoring
  • Clerkship *
  • Project work (Six Months)
  • * Attending ward rounds on daily basis.

Sixth Year

  • Internship or residency training includes postings in specialty units. Student should      independently provide the clinical pharmacy services to the allotted wards.
  • Six months in General Medicine department
  • Two months each in three other specialty departments

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