Department of Pharmacology:

 

The department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics is a center of excellence for learning pharmacology in Mymensingh Medical College, a public sector medical college. The department is one of the oldest departments which started its activity since the inception of the college way back in 1962. In the department, there is one Professor, one associate professor, two assistant professors, five lecturers & one medical officer. The department is one of the most spacious & well equipped with modern scientific appliances. The department imparts tuition to undergraduate 3rd & 4th year MBBS students.  It also has its post-graduate course conferring M.Phil degree after completion of a total of 2 years’ organized academic studies & scientific thesis works. Every year Six (06) students 03 government candidates & 03 non-government candidates are admitted into the post-graduate course. After the introduction of M.Phil course until January, 2017, a total of 16(sixteen) students successfully completed their post graduate course & obtained M.Phil degree. The department has carried out several thesis works involving animal studies & herbal medicinal properties. The department has carried out thesis work in collaboration with the faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bangladesh Agricultural University. The department looks forward to work in collaboration with the allied department from across the country & abroad. 

 

 

Faculty members: see faculty members page.

 

Completed thesis works are as follows –

1.

Hypoglycemic Effect of Catharanthus Roseus in normal and streptozotocin induced diabetic rats

2.

Antibacterial effect of Neem Leaf extract against Staphyllococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa

3.

A study of prescribing habits of antimicrobials in cough or cold and pneumonia under five years children in hospital outdoor settings

4.

Antibacterial effect of curcuma longa (turmeric) against Staphyllococcus aureus and Escherichia coli

5.

 A study on the effect of Captopril on Gentamicin induced Nephrotoxicity in Rats.

6.

 Current trend of using Antimicrobials and their sensitivity Pattern in infections cases at obstretics and Gynaecology Department in a Teritory level Hospital.

7.

Pattern of use of Antimicrobial agents in Neonatal Sepsis with or without Pneumonia in a Teritory level hospital.

8.

Antibacterial effect of Garlic (Allium sativum ) against Staphylococcus aureus , Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Multi Drug Resistant Escherichia coli .

9.

Prescribing pattern of Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in pain management in orthopedic outpatient department in two tertiary hospital in Mymensingh.

10.

Effectiveness of Topical corticosteroid, Topical calcineurin inhibitors and combination of them in the treatment of vitilligo in two territory care hospital.

11.

Prescribing pattern and medication adherence to antidiabetic drugs type-2 diabetic patients at outpatient department of two tertiary level hospitals.

12.

Current trends of using Lipid lowering drugs and adherence to those in Cardiovascular comorbidities in a tertiary level hospital.

13.

Current trends of using antimicrobials and their sensitivity pattern in infectious cases at department of orthopedics in a tertiary care hospital.

14.

Current trend of using anti-hypertensives in pregnancy and postpartum period in a tertiary level hospital.

15.

Comparative efficacy of terbinafine and flucanozole in the treatment of tinea corporis and tinea cruis in a tertiary care hospital.

16.

Pattern of antihypertensive usage in hypertension with or without comorbidities in tertiary care hospital.

 

 

Education

Course e.g.: M Phil (Pharma)

Visiting tutorship—guest lecturers go to the Mymensingh Nursing College regularly to deliver lectures on pharmacology

 

Research

Ongoing research projects:

1.

Antibacterial effect of Ginger (Zingiber officinale) against Staphylococcus aureus . Pseudomonas aeruginosa , Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhi.

2.

Comparison in efficacy of losartan potassium and olmesartan medoximil in the management of hypertension in a tertiary level hospital.

3.

Current status of beta blockers in cardiovascular disease with or without co-morbidities in a Tertiary level hospital.

 

Collaboration (Home & abroad):

Publications of the department: All the research activities done in thesis work already published in the Mymensingh Medical Journal (MMJ an indexed medical journal)

 

Faculty members & auxiliary Stuffs

 

S.N.

Name

Designation

Mobile Number

1.

Dr. Shyamal Kumar Saha

Associate professor and Head

01712 16 90 73

2.

Dr. Shamima Sultana

Associate professor

01711 19 19 89

3.

Dr. Monju Rani Debnath

Lecturer

01711 87 67 16

4.

Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah Shamol

Lecturer

01912 10 46 73

5.

Dr. Nure Alam Siddique

Lecturer

01711 97 21 81

6.

Dr. Shilpy Rani Ray

Lecturer

01749 12 20 22

7.

Dr. Ivana Tusnim

Medical Officer

01766 55 11 57

8.

Dr. Mahmuda khan Misty

Lecturer

01728 53 63 78

 

 

 

 

10.

Md. Ahasan Habib

Pharmacist

01725 62 08 20

11.

Ranjan Kumar Dey

Lab  Attendent

01913 02 08 04

12.

Jul Hashem

Office Attendent

01710 65 13 92

13.

Sharif Ahmed

Office Attendent

01918 15 61 38

14.

Monowara Begom

Helper

01759 85 27 75

15.

Fulmoti Bashfor

Cleaner

01931 64 61 53

 

Students’ Information

S.N.

Course Name

Batch

Total Number of Student admitted

101.

M.Phil ( Pharmacology )

July/ 15

03

July/ 16

04

July/17

06

 02.

N.B. After the introduction of M.Phil course until January, 2017, a total of 16(sixteen) students successfully completed their post graduate course & obtained M.Phil degree.

203

MBBS

M-52

228

M-53

230

304.

BDS

BDS-5

35

 

 

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