Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Pharmacology

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Pharmacology

A research-based Ph.D in Pharmacology known as a Doctorate in Pharmacology covers topics like the development of medications, additives, biological effects, and medical applications. The PhD in Pharmacology programme aims to give students the knowledge and expertise they need to study and conduct research in the area of biomedical science by fusing chemistry, physiology, and pathology.

PhD in Pharmacology comprises two main subfields:

  • Pharmacodynamics- Studies the molecular, biochemical, and physiological effects of medications, including drug mechanism of action.
  • Pharmacokinetics- Studies the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of pharmaceuticals. The students learn research techniques and specialized information in this subject.

University Fellowship Scheme 2022 (For Ph.D)

Full time Ph.D candidates will be paid a stipend of Rs. 30,000/-

Salient Features

  • 17+ years of academic experience
  • Focus on student-centered learning
  • Aside from general coursework, students will be equipped with several certification courses
  • Project-based practical pedagogy to make the students comprehend the problems in the present world
  • Problem-based learning and industry-relevant curriculum
  • Best placement opportunities to get placed in high-end and reputed companies
  • Industrial training in reputable firms and organizations
  • The privilege of 100% placement guidance and support
  • Industry visits, seminars, workshops, and guest lectures by eminent researchers and industry practitioners
  • Active student clubs and bodies
  • The multi-cultural and vibrant teaching environment

Fee Structure

Course Fee Structure

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Program Objectives (PO's)

PO-1 Apply thorough knowledge and fundamental concepts of pharmaceuticals and other related sciences.
PO-2 Professional Competencies: Exhibit the capacity to recognise, frame, and resolve complex issues in the pharmaceutical industry, community pharmacy, and hospital pharmacy.
PO-3 Research Focus: Utilize and show off their professional expertise and breadth of knowledge to conduct research in the fundamental and applied branches of pharmaceutical sciences.
PO-4 Demonstrate good planning, delegation, organizational, and resource management skills to ensure that your plans are carried out successfully.
PO-5 Utilize the principles of scientific inquiry while thinking critically and analytically to solve problems and make decisions in the pharmaceutical industry.
PO-6 Utilize proper techniques, protocols, resources, and contemporary computing tools for pharmacy.
PO-7 Leadership and Teamwork: Exhibit high levels of integrity and ethics while demonstrating strong leadership abilities to work well both individually and as a member or leader in varied teams and in multidisciplinary situations.
PO-8 Effective communication is necessary for effective and impressive representation both with the professional community and the general public.
PO-9 Professional ethics: Adhere to ethical standards in both professional and social settings. Possess personal and universal ideals.
PO-10 Apply contextual information to evaluate societal, health, safety, and legal issues, as well as the resulting obligations, that are pertinent to the professional practice of pharmacy.
PO-11 Understanding the effects of professional pharmacy solutions in the relevant environment and demonstrating expertise for sustainable development are examples of leadership and teamwork.

Program Specific Objectives (PSO's)

PSO-1 Graduates of DBUU's pharmacy programme will have a foundational understanding of creating both traditional and unique pharmaceutical dosage forms, as well as their methods of administration, as well as the most recent developments in the area of pharmaceutical product development.
PSO-2 The graduates will get the skills necessary to plan, carry out, and analyze the many analytical investigations and reports utilized by the pharmaceutical industry in the development of drugs, formulations, and other products, among other things.
PSO-3 The essential knowledge of the ethics related to the pharmacy profession will be built up in DBUU Pharmacy Graduates' comprehension of the various regulations that regulate various areas of the profession.

Job Opportunities The Course Might Lead To

Although pharmacologists make up a large portion of the workforce, those with a PhD in the field are also eligible for a number of related professions. The majority of these professions still entail research and/or laboratory work but also have subspecialties in management and education. Learn more about the following professions that people with a PhD in pharmacology can pursue:

  • Natural Sciences Managers
  • Medical Scientists
  • Chemists
  • Biochemists and Biophysicists
  • Postsecondary Teachers
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