Department of Pharmacy


About

 

 

About Us

The Department of Pharmacy at SUB started its journey in 2004 with the vision to provide world class education, considering the need and demand of pharmacy professionals in home and abroad. The department has now more than 500 fulltime students in the four year Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons.) program, and 300 students in the Master of Pharmacy program.

We have 20 exceptionally brilliant and highly experienced permanent faculty members and 30 qualified and technically sound adjunct faculties from University of Dhaka having extraordinary research experience and publications in top ranking national & international scientific journals. In addition, the department has 20 adjunct faculties from reputed pharmaceutical industries to provide unique teaching based on their practical experience in pharmaceutical formulation, quality control and pharmaceutical marketing & management.

The department is offering fully-accredited (Pharmacy Council of Bangladesh) professional programs leading to the Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) and Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm.).

The mission of the Department of Pharmacy is to produce top quality pharmacy graduates as well as advance the pharmaceutical science by performing the drug-related research & research-based teaching covering different areas, including –

  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Technology, Biophamaceutics and Pharmacokinetics
  • Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • Natural Product Chemistry and Herbal Medicine
  • Pharmaceutical Instrumentation and Quality Control & Quality Assurance
  • Hospital and Community Pharmacy
  • Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
  • Veterinary Pharmacy

 

Why Pharmacy?

Pharmacists are the key players in a wide array of health care settings. Today’s pharmacists are playing a crucial role in preparing world class medicines & other health care products, patient medication management and its safety. The rapid expansion of pharmaceutical sciences, specially in pharmaceutical industries, hospitals, clinics and community pharmacy have created lot of opportunities for pharmacists, as mentioned in the career opportunities section.

 

Research Facilities

The department has 13 State-of-the-art Laboratories with animal house and research laboratories. The teachers and students of the department are actively involved in different areas of research such as analytical pharmacy, drug development, drug design, formulation development, in vitro bioequivalence study, rational use of drug, phytochemistry & drug screening and synthesis of medicinal & related substances, bioinformatics & computational chemistry, etc.

The laboratories are –

  • Pharmaceutical Physical Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab.
  • Pharmaceutical Technology Lab.
  • Biopharmaceutics & Cosmetology Lab.
  • Tech. Research & Sterile Manufacturing Lab.
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology Lab.
  • Central Instrument Room
  • Pharmaceutical Inorganic & Organic Chemistry Lab.
  • Phytochemistry & Medicinal Chemistry Lab.
  • Physiology & Pharmacology Lab.
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry Research Lab.
  • Computational Chemistry & Bioinformatics Lab.
  • Animal House
  • Pharmacy Browsing Lab.

 

Some Key Features of the Department

  • Well managed and equipped class rooms with modern facilities.
  • Seminar library with adequate books, journals and computers.
  • 100 percent placement for in-plant training in top most pharmaceutical companies of Bangladesh.
  • Compulsory 4 weeks hospital residency at reputed hospitals, including the Lab Aid Specialized Hospital to train the graduates for hospital pharmacy.
  • Seminars, workshops and technical discussions on current trends in research and developments of drug & drug products and other areas of pharmaceutical sectors.
  • Job assistance for our pharmacy graduates.
  • Guidance for higher studies in universities of the most developing and developed countries.

 

Seminar Library

Department of Pharmacy at SUB, has its own seminar library with adequate number books and journals which provides information to the students. One of its greatest priorities is to enhance the academic excellence of SUB students, to improve their research skills and to foster their information based critical thinking. These facilities are available in addition to the Central Library of the University. Both the seminar and central library remains open from 8 AM to 8 PM Saturday to Thursday.

 

Multimedia, Internet and Wi-Fi

All class rooms are equipped with multi-media facilities and internet access. The whole department is covered by Wi-Fi. CCTV network covers the entire campus all day.

 

Career Opportunities

It is an exciting profession to serve the mankind. Students graduating from the Department of Pharmacy, State University of Bangladesh have a wide-range of career opportunities in –

  • Pharmaceutical Formulation and Manufacturing
  • Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Pharmaceutical Research & Development
  • Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management
  • Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
  • Pharmaceutical Human Resources
  • Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy
  • Community Pharmacy
  • Veterinary Pharmacy
  • Academia
  • Research Institutions
  • Regulatory Agencies

 

Activities

  • The students of the Department of Pharmacy, State University of Bangladesh are engaged in different co-curricular activities, including sports, debates and cultural programs.
  • The students also take part in various social works, like helping flood victims, distributing winter cloths among the destitute, etc.
  • Furthermore, the Department of Pharmacy regularly organizes seminars and technical discussions on the different contemporary issues of Pharmacy. Renowned individuals from home and abroad are invited to deliver their speech and share their valuable experiences with our students.
  • Department of Pharmacy has been organizing Career Fair since 2014 to provide assistance in building the career of the graduates, where top-ranked pharmaceutical companies of the country regularly take part in the fairto recruit pharmacists.


Program


Admission Process

Student Admission Policy

Eligibility for admission in B. Pharm.(Hons.) Course

i) Candidate must have a minimum aggregate GPA 6.50 in SSC/ "O" level or equivalent and HSC/ "A" level or equivalent examinations (in a total scale of 10).

ii) Candidate must pass SSC/ "O" level or recognized equivalents and HSC/ "A" level or recognized equivalents in Science Group and obtain a minimum GPA 3.0 (in a scale of 5) without any additional subject.

iii) Candidate must pass HSC/ "A" level or recognized equivalent examination with a minimum GPA 3.0 in Chemistry and Biology separately and a minimum GPA 2.0 in Mathematics (in a scale of 5).

iv) Foreign students must have passed 12 education years and got same grades in equivalent examinations from foreign recognized institutions.

v) The student must pass HSC/ “A” level or recognized equivalents with the following science subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.

vi) However candidates having no Mathematics at the HSC/ “A” level or recognized equivalents may be admitted, but they need to take an extra 3 (three) credits course on Mathematics relevant to B. Pharm. curriculum.

(Recognized equivalents mean Education Board, Madrasah Board and Bangladesh Technical Education Board)

Student Admission Policy

Eligibility for admission in M. Pharm. Course

Students seeking admission to pursue the course for the degree of M. Pharm. should have passed the B. Pharm.(Hons.) from this university or any other recognized institute/university at home and abroad. Students having 3 years B. Pharm.(Hons.) plus 1 year M. Pharm. degree are also eligible to be enrolled in M. Pharm. course of State University.

 

 

Admission Eligibility

 

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons.)

Students are admitted to the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons.) program after passing the admission test. Students who have passed H.S.C./’A’ level / equivalent exams having physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics and a minimum GPA 2.50 in both SSC and HSC or equivalent are qualified to appear in the admission test.

*O-level: 5 courses with minimum GPA 2.5

*A-level: 2 courses with minimum GPA 2.5

 

Master of Pharmacy

Admission Requirements

Students seeking admission to pursue the course for the degree of M. Pharm. should have passed the B. Pharm. from this university or any other recognized institute/university at home and abroad. Students having 3 years B. Pharm. plus 1 year M. Pharm. degree are also eligible to be enrolled in M. Pharm. course of State University.


Admission Eligibility

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons.)

Students are admitted to the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons.) program after passing the admission test. Students who have passed H.S.C./’A’ level / equivalent exams having physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics and a minimum GPA 2.50 in both SSC and HSC or equivalent are qualified to appear in the admission test.

*O-level: 5 courses with minimum GPA 2.5
*A-level: 2 courses with minimum GPA 2.5

Master of Pharmacy

Students seeking admission to pursue the course for the degree of M. Pharm. should have passed the B. Pharm. from this university or any other recognized institute/university at home and abroad. Students having 3 years B. Pharm. plus 1 year M. Pharm. degree are also eligible to be enrolled in M. Pharm. course of State University.


Faculty Members

 
Prof. Dr. M A Rashid

B. Pharm. (Hons.), M. Pharm. (DU), FRSC

PhD (Strathclyde, UK)

Advisor

 
Prof. Md. Saiful Islam Pathan

M. Pharm (DU)

Professor & Head

 
Dr. Md. Moklesur Rahman Sarker

PhD (Japan), M. Pharm. (JU)

Professor

 
Md. Hassan Kawsar

M. Pharm. (JU)

Associate Professor

 
Md. Rakib Uddin

M. Pharm. (DU)

Assistant Professor (on leave)

 
Mohammad Firoz Khan

M.Pharm (DU)

Assistant Professor & Coordinator (M.Pharm)

 
Shamshad Ferdousee

M Phil (DU)

Assistant Professor

 
Md. Kamal Hossain Ripon

Pharmacology PhD Candidate (South Korea)

Assistant Professor (Study Leave)

 
S. M. Ashikur Rahman

Chemistry PhD Candidate (West Virginia University,USA)

Senior Lecturer (Study Leave)

 
Md. Yeunus Mian

Chemistry PhD Candidate (Uni. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,USA)

Senior Lecturer (Study Leave)

 
Md. Kamrul Islam

M.Pharm (DU)

Senior Lecturer

 
Mr. Muhammed Mahfuzur Rahman

M. Pharm (DU)

Senior Lecturer & Coordinator (B. Pharm.)

 
Md. Rahatullah Razan

M. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer (Study Leave)

 
Farhana Ahmed

M. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer (Study Leave)

 
Md. Shafaat -Al- Mehedi

Chemistry PhD Candidate (Michigan State University,USA)

Lecturer (Study Leave)

 
Mr. Md. Abdul Bari

M. Pharm (DU)

Senior Lecturer & Coordinator (M. Pharm.)

 
Ms. Sharmeen Asad

M. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer

 
Md. Tariqul Haque Tuhin

Pharmaceutics & Drug Design PhD Candidate (University of the Pacific,USA)

Lecturer (Study Leave)

 
Md.Shariful Islam

M. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer & Student Counselor (B. Pharm.)

 
Md. Shahidulla Kayser

M. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer

 
D. A. Anwar Al- Aman

M. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer

 
Ridwan Bin Rashid

MS in Microbiology, DU

Lecturer

 
Parsa Sanjana Haque

B. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer

 
Mr. Nurul Islam Setu

M. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer

 
Mahfuza Afrose Soma

B. Pharm. (DU)

Lecturer

Adjunct Faculty Members


Research & Publications

List of Publications

2017

  1. Fatima A and Sarker MMR*. New challenge for Congo virus control in Pakistan. The Lancet Global Health – submitted (IF: 14.722) (ISI cited).
  1. Sheikh FICS BY, Sarker MMR*, Kamarudin MNA, Kadir HA. Therapeutic potential of functional foods from the Prophetic Medicine in the intervention of cancer: A review. Journal of Functional Foods (IF: 3.973) (ISI cited) – in review.
  1. Kamarudin NMA, Sarker MMR* and Kadir HA. Is metformin effective for the treatment of colorectal cancer? A review on its molecular mechanism, pre-clinical and clinical aspects. Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology -submitted (IF: 14.435).
  1. Sheikh BY, Sarker MMR, Kamarudin MNA, Mohan GMD. Chrysin inhibited cell proliferation and induced ROS-mediated mitochondrial-mediated apoptosis in human glioblastoma mulfitforme T98G cells. European Journal of Pharmacology-submitted (IF: 2.532)-submitted.
  1. Jesuraj AV, Sarker MMR*,Long CM,Praya MJ, and Kumar MR. Enhancement of the production of L-Glutaminase, an anticancer enzyme, from Aeromonasveronii by adaptive and induced mutation techniques. Plos One (IF: 3.057) (ISI cited) – in review.
  1. Rouhi SZT, Sarker MMR*,long CM, Rahmat A, Othman F. Anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, lipid-lowering potential, and improvement of the health of pancreatic Islets of Langerhans by pomegranate fresh juice in streptozotocin-nicotinamide induced type 2 diabetic Sprague-Dawley rats. BMC Complementary & alternative medicine (ISI cited) – Accepted.
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Chowdhury and Rashid M.A. Computational investigations of physicochemical, pharmacokinetic, toxicological properties and molecular docking of betulinic acid, a constituent of Coryphataliera (Roxb.). (Submitted to Frontiers in Pharmacology).
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Bari M.A., Rahman M.M., Razan M.R., Islam M.K., Chakrabarty J.K. and Rashid M.A. In silico investigation of physicochemical, pharmacokinetic and toxicological properties of hispolon. (Submitted to Archives of Pharmacal Research).
  1. Khan M.F., Bari M.A., Islam M.K., Islam M.S., Kayser M.S., Mohanta M.C., Faruk M.A. and Rashid M.A. The natural anti-tubercular agents: In silico study of physicochemical, pharmacokinetic and toxicological properties. (Submitted to Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science).
  1. Khan M.F., Rita S.A., Kayser M.S., Islam M.S., Asad S., Rashid R.B., Bari M.A., Rahman M.M., Aman D.A.A.A., Setu N.I., Banoo R. and Rashid M.A. Theoretically guided analytical method development and validation for the estimation of Rifampicin in a mixture of Isoniazide and Pyrazinamide by UV spectrophotometer. (Reviewers endorsed for publication in Frontiers in Chemistry).
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Hossain M.A. and Rashid M.A. Computational study of solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular properties of Betulin, a constituent of Coryphataliera (Roxb.). (Accepted in The Dhaka University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences).
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Rahman M.M., Faruk M.A., Rahman M.M. and Rashid M.A. Effects of solvent polarity on solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular reactivity of Aspirin. Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci. 9(2), 217-221.
  1. Khan M.F., Bari M.A., Islam M.K., Islam M.S., Kayser M.S., Mohanta M.C., Faruk M.A. and Rashid M.A. The natural anti-tubercular agents: In silico study of physicochemical, pharmacokinetic and toxicological properties. (Submitted to Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science).
  1. Khan M.F., Rita S.A., Kayser M.S., Islam M.S., Asad S., Rashid R.B., Bari M.A., Rahman M.M., Aman D.A.A.A., Setu N.I., Banoo R. and Rashid M.A. Theoretically guided analytical method development and validation for the estimation of Rifampicin in a mixture of Isoniazide and Pyrazinamide by UV spectrophotometer. (Reviewers endorsed for publication in Frontiers in Chemistry).

2016

  1. Khan, M.F., Rashid, R.B., Islam, M.S. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Computational study of geometry, solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular properties of 2-methylimidazole. Sultan Qaboos University Journal of Science (in press).
  1. Khan, M.F., Rashid, R.B., Islam, M.S. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Computational study of geometry, solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular properties of 2-methylimidazole. Sultan Qaboos University Journal of Science (in press).
  1. Ahmed, F., Rahman, M.S., Al-Mansur, M.A. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Triterpenoids and steroid from the leaves of Callistemon citrinus (Curtis.). The Dhaka University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 15(1), 1-5.
  1. Khan, M.R.H., Rahman, A., Sultan, M.Z., Sultan, M.Z. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Fluorescence spectroscopic studies of in vitro interactions of famotidine and tapentadol hydrochloride with bovine serum albumin. The Dhaka University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 15(1), 21-26.
  1. Datta, B.K, Iasmin T. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Further flavonoids from Polygonum viscosum Buch-Ham. ex D. Don. (Polygonoceae). The Dhaka University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 15(1), 27-30.
  1. Aktar, S., Khan, M.F., Rahman, M.M. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Computational study of geometry, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular docking studies of naproxen. The Dhaka University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 15(1), 37-45.
  1. Datta, B.K, Iasmin T. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Flavonoid and steroids from Polygonum viscosum. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(2), 166-169.
  1. Khan, M.F., Razan, R., Rashid, R.B., Tahia, F. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Computational study of geometry, IR spectrum and molecular properties of acetanilide. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(2), 170-178.
  1. Razan, M.R, Rahman, M.M., Tahia, F., Hossain, M.K. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Analgesic and antidiarrheal activities of leaf of Podocarpus neriifolius Don. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(2), 215-218.
  1. Rahman, S.M.A., Rahman, M.M., Hossain, M.A. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Chemical and biological investigations of leaves of Abroma augusta Linn. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(2), 233-236.
  1. Hussain, M.M., Tuhin, M.T.H, Akter, F. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Constituents of Erythrina – a potential source of secondary metabolities: a review. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(2), 237-253.
  1. Khan, M.F., Rashid, R.B., Rahman, M.S. and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Effects of solvent polarity on solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular properties of metronidazole. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(1), 09-14.
  1. Hussain, M.M., Tahia, F., and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Secondary metabolites from some species of Albizza: a review. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(1), 01-08.
  1. Tahia, F., Rahman, M., Bilkiss, M., Sikder, A.A., and Rashid, M.A. (2016). Wild cinchona (Neolamarckia cadamba)- bioactivities of a medicinal plant of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(1), 32-36.
  1. Khan M.F., Zuthi S.S., Rashid R.B., Kayser M.S., Islam M.S., Asad S. and Rashid M.A. 2016. A simple RP-HPLC method development and validation for the simultaneous estimation of Naproxen and Rabeprazole. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science 6(11), 147-152.
  1. Kamarudin NMA, Sarker MMR*, Kadir HA, Mustapha MS. Traditional uses, phytochemistry, biological activities and therapeutic applications ofClinacanthusnutans (Burm. f.) Lindau as high value functional food – A comprehensive review. Journal of Ethnopharmacology(Elsevier, IF: 3.055, ISI cited) (Accepted).
  1. Kifayatullah M, Sarker MMR*,Mustapha MS.GC-MS analysis of ethanolic extract of Pericampylusglaucus leaves from Malaysia. International Journal of Chem Tech Research 2016; 9(12): 410-416 (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Kifayatullah M, Mustapha MS, Sarker MMR, Amin M and Izratullah. Effect of identified compounds in active fraction of glaucus against blood glucose and lipid profile in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Egyptian Pharmaceutical Journal (Walters Kluwer-Medknow, PUBMED, SCOPUS cited) (Accepted).
  1. Kifayatullah M, Mustapha MS and Sarker MMR.
    Evaluation of Anti-hyperlipidemic activity of ethanolic extract of Pericampylusglaucus (Lam) Merr in Sprague dawley rats. Journal of Pharmacy and BioAllied Sciences (Walters Kluwer-Medknow, PUBMED, SCOPUS cited) (Ahead of Print).
  1. Sarker MMR*, Ming LC, Sarker MZI, and Choudhuri MSK. Immunopotentiality of Ayurvedicpolyherbal formulations “Saribadi” and “Anantamul Salsa” with augmentation of IgM production and lymphocytes proliferation: A preliminary study. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine 2016; 6(7): 568-573 (Elsevier, PUBMED, SCOPUS cited).
  1. Saleh MS, Shaharuddin S, Sarker MMR, Long CM. Safety and efficacy of Labisiapumilacontaining products. Archives of Pharmacy Practice 2016; 7(1): S53-S56 (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Rahim NHA, Long MC, Al‑Worafi YMA, Sarker MMR. A regulatory review for products containing Glutathione. Archives of Pharmacy Practice 2016; 7(1): S57-S60 (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Sarker MMR*, Rashid MS, Raju AA, Rana M, Karim MFB, Howlader NMAN and Akter R.Evaluation of the Pharmaceutical Quality of Different Brands of Ranitidine Tablets Manufactured and Marketed in Bangladesh. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science 2016; 6(1): 055-061 (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Shah MA, Sarker MMR, Gousuddin M. Antidiabetic potential of
    Brassica oleracea var. Italica in type 2 diabetic spraguedawley (SD)
    International Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Research 2016; 8(3): 462469 (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Shah MA, Sarker MMR, Gousuddin M. Toxicity Study of Brassica oleracea Italica Extracts in Sprague Dawley (SD) Rats. International Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Research 2016; 8(5): 735-741 (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Das SK, Mustapha MS, Sengupta P, Sarker MMR. An experimental evaluation of adaptogenic potential of standardized Epipremnumaureumleaf extract. Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences. Available online ; http://www.jpbsonline.org/temp/JPharmBioallSci000-4327045_011207.pdf (Walters Kluwer-Medknow, PUBMED, SCOPUS cited)
  1. Khan M.F.,Zuthi S.S., Rashid R.B., Kayser M.S., Islam M.S., Asad S. and Rashid M.A. 2016. A simple RP-HPLC method development and validation for the simultaneous estimation of Naproxen and Rabeprazole. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science6(11), 147-152.
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Islam S.M. and Rashid M.A. 2016. Computational study of geometry, solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular properties of 2-Methylimidazole. SQU Journal for Science, 21(2), 89-101.
  1. Bulbul I.J., Khan M.F. and Rashid M.A. 2016. Analgesic and central nervous system depressant activities of methanol extract of Ziziphusrugosa leaves. Afr. J. Pharm. Pharmacol.10(40), 849-853.
  1. Rashid R.B., Shampa S.K., Faruk M.A., Adib M. and Khan M.F. Cytotoxic, membrane stabilizing and anti-diarrheal activities of Bambusabambos Linn. Bangladesh Pharm. J.19(2), 161-165.
  1. Khan M.F.,Razan R., Rashid R.B., Tahia F. and Rashid M.A. 2016. Computational study of geometry, ir spectrum and molecular properties of Acetanilide. Bangladesh Pharm. J.19(2), 170-178.
  1. Aktar S., Khan M.F., Rahman M.M. and Rashid M.A. 2016. Computational study of geometry, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular docking studies of Naproxen. Dhaka Univ. J. Pharm. Sci. 15(1), 37-45.
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Mian M.Y., Rahman M.S. and Rashid M.A. 2016. Effects of solvent polarity on solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular properties of Metronidazole. Bangladesh Pharm. J.19(1), 9-14.
  1. Rahman, S.M.A., Rahman, M.M., Hossain, M. A. & Rashid, M. A. (2016) Chemical and Biological Investifgations of Abromaaugusta Dhaka Univ. J. Pharm. Sci.19(2):233-236. (I.F.- 0.22).
  1. Khan, M.F.,, Rita, S.A. Kayser, K.,  Islam, M.S. Asad, S., Rashid, R.B., Bari, M.A.,  Rahman, M.M., Aman, D.A.A.A., Setu, N.I., Banoo, R. & Rashid, M.A. Theoretically guided analytical method development and validation for the estimation of rifampicin in a mixture of isoniazid and pyrazinamide by UV spectrophotometer. Submitted [Frontiers in Chemistry (I.F. 2.77)]
  1. Faysal, A.A., Mian, M.Y., Rahman, M.M., Akter, M., Rahman, M.M. Tuhin, M.T.H. &Bilkiss, M. In vitro Thrombolytic Activity, Antioxidant and Cytotoxic Properties of Fruit Extracts of Ficuserecta(Thunb.) Accepted (Journal of Medicinal Plants Research)
  1. Khan, M.F., Rashid, R.B., Rahman, M.M., Faruk, M.A., Rahman, M.M. & Rashid, M.A. (2016). Effects of solvent polarity on solvation free energy, dipole moment, polarizability, hyperpolarizability and molecular reactivity of aspirin. Int J Pharm PharmSci9(2): 217-221 (I.F. 0.28)]
  1. Aktar, S., Khan, M.F., Rahman, M.M. & Rashid, M.A. (2016) Computational Study of Geometry, Polarizability, Hyperpolarizability and Molecular Docking Studies of Naproxen. Dhaka Univ. J. Pharm. Sci. 15 (1): 37-45 (I.F.- 0.22)
  1. Razan, M.R., Rahman, M.M., Hossain, M.K. & Rashid, M.A. (2016). Analgesic and Antidiarrheal Activities of leaves of Podocarpusneriifolius don. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal.19(2): 215-218.
  1. Papia, S., Rahman, M.M., Rahman, M.M., Adib, M. & Khan, M.F. (2016) In vitro Membrane Stabilizing and In vivo Analgesic Activities of Boehmeriaglomerulifera in Swiss-Albino Mice Model. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal.19(2): 185-189
  1. Tanjir Islam, Afrin Khan Priyanka, Tania Sultana, Md. Hassan Kawsar, Md. Helal Uddin Sumon and Md. DidaruzzamanSohel (2016) In Vitro Antimicrobial, Antioxidant and Cytotoxic activities ofPolygonumorientale(Bishkatali). Journal of Pharmacy and Nutrition Sciences, 6:112-119.
  1. Sohel MDD, Kawsar MDH, Sumon MDHUand Sultana T (2016) Ethnomedicinal Studies of Lalmohan Thana in Bhola District, Bangladesh. Alternative & Integrative Medicine,5:1.
  1. Sohel D, Nusrat T, Sultana T, Md. Kawsar H, Md. Helal, Sumon U, Md. Islam T (2016) Bioavailability Study of Sustain Release Preparations of Three Widely Used NSAIDS Available in Bangladesh. Pharm Anal Acta, 7:5.

2015

  1. Jesuraj AV, Ravikumar M, Sarker MMR, and Praya M. Apoptotic Induction on HT29 cells by immobilized L-glutaminase. Pharmanest 6(4): 2960-2963 (2015) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Das SK, Sengupta P, Mustapha S, Das A, Sarker MMR,Kifayatullah M. Toxicological investigation of ethanolic extract of Epipremnumaureum in rodents. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science 5(2), 057-061 (2015) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Rajamanickam G, Selvaraj S, Selvaraj J, Rajendran T, and Sarker MMR. In vitro anthelmintic and antimicrobial activity of novel series of quinoxaline- 2, 3-dione -6-sulphonyl benzimidazole(s). Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 8 (4), 656-660 (2015) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Sarker MMR*, Zihad MATR, Islam M,Nahar M,Islam MM, Imam H, Ghosh A, Mustapha MS, and Ismail NE. Antihyperglycemic, insulin-sensitivity and anti-hyperlipidemic potential of Ganodermalucidum, a dietary mushroom, on alloxan- and glucocorticoid-induced diabetic Long-Evans rats. Functional Foods in Health and Diseases 5 (12), 450-466 (2015) (Impact Factor: 1.40).
  1. Kifayatullah M, Mustapha MS, Senguptha P, Sarker MMR, Das A and Das SK. Evaluation of the acute and sub-acute toxicity of the ethanolic extract of Pericampylusglaucus(Lam.)in Balb/c mice. Journal of Acute Disease 4(4), 303-308 (2015) (Elsevier, SCOPUS cited).
  1. Hasan MA, Hasan MR, Uddin MJ, Begum G, Abdullah N, Sarker MMR, Chowdhury MMH andChoudhuri MSK. Preclinical blood chemistry safety profile studies of “Rohitakarista” on the kidney function after chronic administration to male sprague-dawley rats. International Journal of Pharmacy 5(2), 367-373 (2015) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Sikder MM, Hasan MR, Lopa SS, Abedin N, Uddin MJ, Sarker MMR, Chowdhury MMH andChoudhuri MSK. Toxicological studies of an Ayurvedic medicine Karpur Ras used in diarrhoea. International Journal of Pharmacy 5(2), 472-477 (2015) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Easmin MS, Sarker MZI, Sahena F, Shamsudin SH, Yunus K, Uddin MS, Sarker MMR, Akanda MJI, Hossain MS and Khalil MPSA. Bioactive compounds and advanced processing technology: Phaleriamacrocarpa (sheff.) Boerl, a review. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 90(6), 981-991 (2015) (Willey-Black Well, PUBMED, ISI Impact Factor: 2.738).
  1. Nahar K, Hasan MR, Chowdhury SK, Chakma P, BegumG, Abdullah N, Sarker MMR and Choudhuri MSK. Preclinical blood chemistry safety profile studies of “BasantaKusumakarRas” after chronic administration to male Sprague-Dawley rats. International Journal of Pharmacy 5 (1), 146-152 (2015) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Nahar K, Hasan MR, Chowdhury SK, Chakma P, BegumG, Abdullah N, Sarker MMR and Choudhuri MSK. Preclinical blood chemistry safety profile studies of “BasantaKusumakarRas” after chronic administration to male Sprague-Dawley rats. International Journal of Pharmacy 5 (1), 146-152 (2015) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Karim MFB, Imam H, Sarker MMR, Uddin N, Hasan N, Paul N and Haque T. Free Radical Scavenging, Anti-Diarrhoeal and Anthelmintic Activity of Pistia stratiotes extract and its Phytochemical Analysis.Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 28 (3) 915-920 (2015) (ISI Impact Factor: 0.682).
  1. Khan M.F. and Rashid R.B. 2015. Medium Effect on Solvation free energy, dipole moment and molecular reactivity of Naproxen. TheorComput Sci. 2(4), 134.
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Faruk M.A., and Rashid M.A. 2015. Computational study of geometry, IR spectrum and molecular properties of Acetic Acid. WJPPS4(11), 1895-1911.
  1. Ahmed F., Khan M.F., Chowdhury S.R., Rahman M.S., Faruk M.A. and Rashid M.A. 2015. Callistemon citrinus (Curtis.) leaves showed in vivo analgesic and antidiarrheal activities in swiss-albino mice model. WJPR4(11), 63-70.
  1. Khan M.F., Rashid R.B. and Rashid M.A. Computational study of geometry, molecular properties and docking study of Aspirin. WJPR4(10), 2702-2714.
  1. Khan M.F., Nabila S.A., Rashid R.B., Rahman M.S. and Rashid M.A. 2015. In Silico molecular docking studies of lichen metabolites against cyclooxygenase-2 enzyme. Bangladesh Pharm. J.18(2), 90-96.
  1. Khan M.F., Khan Z.I., Uddin M.R., Rahman M.S. and Rashid M.A. 2015. In vivo hypoglycemic and alloxan induced antidiabetic activity of Xeromphisuliginosa Retz. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 9(11), 363-366.
  1. Faruk M.A., Khan M.F., Mian M.Y., Rahman M.S. and Rashid M.A. 2015. Analgesic and anti-diarrheal activities of Aganosmadichotoma (Roth) K. Schum. in Swiss-albino mice model. Bangladesh Pharm. J.18(1), 15-19.
  1. Rahman, M.M., Mian, M.Y., Faysal, A.A., Rahman, S.M.A., Islam, R. & Moni, R. (2015) Evaluation of membrane stabilizing, cytotoxic and anti-diarrheal activities of leaves of CalotropisGiganteaBR. World J Pharm Sci 3(12): 2364-2367.
  1. Ahmed, I., Faysal, A.A., Mian, M.Y., Rahman, S.M.A., Rahman, M. M. &Kanon, M.A.A. (2015) Cytotoxic, Thrombolytic, Antioxidant andAntimicrobial activities of Cocos nucifera Endocarp Extracts World J Pharm Sci, 3(6): 1072-1075.
  1. Rahman, M.S., Jahan, N., Rahman, S.M.A. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Analgesic and antidepressant activities of Brassica rapa subspecies chinensis (L.) Hanelt on swiss-albino mice model. Bangladesh Medical Research Council. Bulletin 41, 114-120.
  1. Khan, M.F., Nabila, S.A., Rashid, R.B., Rahman, M,S., Chowdhury, A.A., and Rashid, M.A. (2015). In silico molecular docking studies of lichen metabolites against cyclooxygenase-2 enzyme. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(1), 90-96.
  1. Aktar, S., Bilkiss, M., Tahia, F., Sikder, A.A., Rashid, R.B., and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Bioactivities of Chukrasia tabularis (A. Juss). Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(1), 126.
  1. Kabir, S., Zahan, R., Chowdhury, A.M.S., Haque, M.R., and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Antitumour, analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of Glochidion multiloculare (Rottler ex Wild) Voigt. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 19(1), 142-148.
  1. Nasrin, F., Bulbul, I.S., Aktar, F., and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities of Cucumis sativas Leaves Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 2015, 169-173.
  1. Tahia, F., Majumder, P., Sikder, A.A., and Rashid, M.A., (2015). Studies of bioactivities of Adansonia digitata (L.). The Dhaka University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 14(2), 157-162.
  1. Shin, H.J., Rashid, M.A., Cartner, L.K., Bokesh B.R., Wilson, J.A., McMahon, J.B. and Gustafson, K.R. (2015). Stellettapeptins A and B, HIV-inhibitory cyclic depsipeptides from the marine sponge Stelletta Tetrahedron Letters 56, 4215-4219.
  1. Tahia, F., Sikder, A.A., Sayeed, M.A., Haque, M.R., Shilpi, J.A., Awang, K. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Alkaloids, coumarins and cinnamic acid derivative from Murraya koenigii (Linn.) Spreng. The Dhaka University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 14(2), 29-33.
  1. Khan, M.F., Rashid, R.B. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Computational study of geometry, IR-spectrum and molecular properties of acetic acid. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 4(11), 1895-1911.
  1. Khan, M.F., Rashid, R.B. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Computational study of geometry, IR-spectrum and molecular properties of acetic acid. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 4(11), 1895-1911.
  1. Hossain, M.J., Sikder, M.A.A., Kaisar, M.A., Haque, M.R., Chowdhury, A.A. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Phytochemical and biological investigations of methanol extract of leaves of Ziziphus mauritiana Boletin Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicininales y Aromaticas (BLACPMA), 14(3), 179-189.
  1. Hassan, A., Ahmed, M., Rasheed, M., Manssor, N., Khan, R.A., Kamal, M. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Analyses of bile from gallbladder of Arius platystomus, Arius tenuispinis, Pomadasys commersonni and Kishinoella tonggol. Pakistan Jurnal of Pharmaceutcal Sciences. 28 (4), 1253-1258.
  1. Ahmed, F., Khan, M.F., Chowdhury, S.R., Rahman, M.S., Al-Faruk, M. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Callistemon citrinus (Curtis.) leaves showed in vivo analgesic and antidiarrheal activities in Swiss-albino mice model. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 4(11), 63-70.
  1. Khan, M.F., Khan, Z.I., Uddin, M.R., Rahman, M.S. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). In vivo hypoglycemic and alloxan induced antidiabetic activity of Xeromphis uliginosa African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 9(11), 363-366.
  1. Khan, M.F., Rashid, R.B. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Computational study of geometry, molecular properties and docking study. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 4(10), 2702-2714.
  1. Sufian, M.A., Begum, F., Uddin, M.R., Haque, M.R. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Sterol and triterpenoids from Hygrophila schulli. Bangladesh Journal of Botany 44(2), 319-321.
  1. Rahman, M.S., Jahan, N.Z. Khatun, M. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Chemical and biological assays of Brassica rapa chinensis (L.) Hanelt. Bangladesh Journal of Botany 44(2), 327-332.
  1. Khan, M.F., Khan, Z.I., Uddin, M.R., Rahman, M.S. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). In vivo hypoglycemic and alloxan induced antidiabetic activity of Xeromphis uliginosa African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 9(11), 363-366.
  1. Al-Faruk, M., Khan, M.F., Mian, M.Y., Rahman, M.S and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Analgesic and anti-diarrheal activities of Aganosma dichotoma (Roth) K. Schum. in Swiss-albino mice model. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 18(1), 15-19.
  1. Rahman, M.A., Sultan, Rahman, M.S. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Food adulteration: a serious public health concern in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Phramaceutical Journal, 18 (1), 1-7.
  1. Faruk, M.A., Khan, M.F., Mian, M,Y., Sayeed, M.A. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Analgesic and anti-diarrheal activities of Aganosma dichotoma (Roth) K. Schum. in Swiss-Albino mice model. Bangladesh Phramaceutical Journal, 18 (1), 25-29.
  1. Sayed, S. Nazmul, H., Kato, M., Ohgami, , Rashid, M.A. and Akhamd, A.A. (2015). Protective effects of Phyllanthus emblica leaf extract on sodium arsenite-mediated adverse effects in mice. Nagoya Journal of Medical Science, 77, 145-153.
  1. Tahia, F., Sikder, A.A., Sayeed, M.A. and Rashid, M.A. (2015). Bioactivities of Murraya koenigii (Linn.) and Adina cordifolia (Roxb.). Bangladesh Phramaceutical Journal, 18 (1), 25-29.

2014

  1. Sarker MMR*, Islam KN, Huri HZ, Rahman M, ImamH, Hosen MB, Mohammad N and Sarker MZI. Studies of the impact of occupational exposure on pharmaceutical workers to the development of antimicrobial drug resistance. Journal of Occupational Health 56 (4), 260-270 (2014) (PUBMED, ISI Impact Factor: 109).
  1. Sarker MMR* and Zhong M. Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin augmented the killing activity, cytokine production and proliferation of NK cells, and inhibited the proliferation of Meth A carcoma cells in vitro. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 46(1), 28-33 (2014) (PUBMED, ISI Impact Factor: 0.599).
  1. Kazemipoor M, Cordell GA, Sarker MMR,Jasimah CW, Hajifaraji M and Kiat PE. Alternative Treatments for Weight Loss: Safety/Risks and Effectiveness of Anti-obesity Medicinal Plants. International Journal of Food Properties 18(9), 1942-1963 (2014) (PUBMED, ISI Impact Factor: 1.586).
  1. Sarker MMR*, Imam H, Ahmed S and Choudhuri MSK. In vitro assessment of PrasaraniSandhan, a traditional polyherbalAyurvedic medicine, for immunostimulating activity splenic cells of BALB/c mice.International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 6 (9), 13-15 (2014) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Sarker MMR*. Selection of proper antidiabetic drugs for diabetic patients with cardiovascular diseases: Why so important?Pharmaceutical Sciences 20 (2), 1-2 (2014) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Imam H, Chowdhury A, Mahbub NU, Hossain A, Karim MFB, Uddin MB andSarker MMR.Oxidizability assay of unfractionated plasma of patients’ with different plasma profile: a methodological study.Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders 13:54 (2014) (BioMedCentral,PUBMED, SCOPUS cited).
  1. Sarker MMR*. Adulteration of herbal medicines and dietary supplements with undeclared synthetic drugs: dangerous for human health. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 6(4), 1-2 (2014) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Sarker MMR*. Therapeutic efficacy and safety of traditional Ayurvedic medicines: Demands for extensive research and publications (Editorial). Journal of Homeopathy and Ayurvedic Medicines 3 (3), 2014 doi: 4172/2167-1206.1000e113.
  1. Karim MFB, Imam H, Uddin N, Paul N, Haque T, Sarker MMR and Rana MS. Phytochemical and Pharmacological Investigations of PistiaStrationtesL. International Journal of Innovative Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research 2(3), 640-652 (2014).
  1. Tanam A.A., Khan M.F., Rashid R.B., Sultan M.Z. and Rashid M.A. validation and optimization of a simple RP-HPLC method for the determination of Paracetamol in human serum and its application in a pharmacokinetic study with healthy bangladeshi male volunteers.  Dhaka Univ. J. Pharm. Sci13(1), 73-79.
  1. Dey S.C., Khan M.F., Rahman M.S. and Rashid M.A. 2014. Preliminary free radical scavenging, brine shrimp lethality, antimicrobial and thrombolytic activities of Aganosmadichotoma(Roth) K. Schum. Bangladesh Pharm. J.17(2), 177-181.
  1. Khan M.F., Rabbi S.N.I., Aktar F. and Kawsar M.H. 2014. In vitro cytotoxic, membrane stabilizing and thrombolytic activities of PolygonumglabrumWilld. Bangladesh Pharm. J.17(2), 202-204.
  1. Khan M.F., Rabbi S.N.I., Hossain M.A. and Rashid M.A. Membrane stabilizing and thrombolytic activities of SidarhombifoliaL. Bangladesh Pharm. J.17(1), 43-45.
  1. Khan M.F.,Shilpi R.I., Rashid R.B. and Rashid M.A. 2014. In vitro antioxidant, cytotoxic and membrane stabilizing activities of Bauhinia acuminataBangladesh Pharm. J.17(1), 99-101.
  1. Rahman, S.M.A, Akter, M., Hira, T.E., Mian, M.Y., Ahmed, I. &Rahman, M.M. (2014) Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of flower and barkextract of Swieteniamahagoni (L.) Jacq.,Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2(6): 185-188.
  1. Akter, M., Hira, T.E., Mian, M.Y., Ahmed, I., Rahman, M.M & Rahman, S.M.A. (2014) Cytotoxic, Thrombolytic and Membrane StabilizingActivities of Swieteniamahagoni (L.) Jacq. Bark Extract, Journal of SUB, 5(1): 32-38.
  1. Faisal Asif, Tania Sultana, Md. DidaruzzamanSohel, Md. Helal Uddin Sumon, Md. Hassan Kawsar and Md. Ashraful Islam (2014) In Vitro Dissolution Pattern of Metronidazole Film Coated Tablet in Presence of Fruit Juice. American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 2(2): 32-36.
  1. Mohammad Firoz Khan, SikderNahidul Islam Rabbi, FahimaAktar and Md. Hassan Kawsar (2014) In vitro Cytotoxic, Membrane Stabilizing and Thrombolytic Activities of Polygonumglabrum Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal 17(2): 202-204.
  1. DipaKhanam, Debashish Deb, Shrabanti Dev, MasumShahriar, Asish K. Das and Kawsar, M.H. (2014) Analgesic and Anti-inflammatory Activities of Ethanolic Extract of Clerodendruminerme (L.) Gaertn. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal, 17(1): 62-66.
  1. Hassan Kawsar, Raufa Raihana, Tania Sultana, Md. DidaruzzamanSohel and Saiful Islam Sohaily (2014) In-Vitro and In-vivo Models for Antioxidant Activity Evaluation: A Review. Journal of SUB, 5(1): 21-31.
  1. Setu NI, Mia MY, Lubna NJ, Chowdhury AA; Preparation of Microcrystalline Cellulose from Cotton and its Evaluation as Direct Compressible Excipient in the Formulation of Naproxen Tablets . Dhaka Univ. J. Pharm. Sci. 2014 Dec 31; 13(2): 187-192.
  1. Kadir MF, Bin Sayeed MS, Setu NI, Mostafa A, Mia MM; Ethnopharmacological survey of medicinal plants used by traditional health practitioners in Thanchi, Bandarban Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. Journal of Ethnopharmacol. 2014 Aug 8; 155(1):495-508.

2013

  1. Sarker MMR* and Gohda E. Promotion of anti-keyhole limpet hemocyanin IgM and IgG antibody productions in vitro by red bell pepper extract. Journal of Functional Foods 5(4), 1918-1926 (2013) (Elsevier, PUBMED, ISI Impact Factor: 2.973).
  1. Imam H, Mahbub NU, Khan MF, Hana HK and Sarker MMR. Alpha Amylase Enzyme Inhibitory and Anti-inflammatory Effect of Lawsoniainermis. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 16 (23), 1796-1800 (2013) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. ShakhawatHossen, Faisal Asif, Md. DidaruzzamanSohel, Md. Hassan Kawsar, Md. Rakib Uddin, Md. Helal Uddin Sumon (2013) Psychosocial Factors of Blood Glucose Level for Selected Type Ii Diabetes Patients, Bangladesh Research Publications Journal, 8(4): 196-203.
  1. Hassan Kawsar, Raufa Raihana, Md. DidaruzzamanSohel, Aninda Kumar Nath and Md. Akbar Hossain (2013) Medicinal plants biodiversity and ethno-medicinal plants use by the tribal community in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. Unique Journal of Ayurvedic and Herbal Medicines, 1(2): 45-50.
  1. Kawsar, M.H., Md. Firoz Khan and Md. Akbar Hossain (2013) Multiple Sclerosis. Journal of SUB, 4(1): 63-77.
  1. ShakhawatHossen, Faisal Asif, Md. DidaruzzamanSohel, Kawsar M.H., Md. Rakib Uddin, Md. Helal Uddin Sumon (2013) Psychosocial Factors of Blood Glucose Level for Selected Type II Diabetes Patients. Bangladesh Research Publications Journal, 8(4): 196-203.

2012

  1. Sarker MMR*, Nahar S, Shahriar M, Seraj S and Choudhuri MSK. Preliminary study of the immunostimulating activity of an ayruvedic preparation, Kanakasava, on the splenic cells of BALB/c mice in vitro. Pharmaceutical Biology 50(11), 1467-1472 (2012) (Taylor & Francis, PUBMED, ISI Impact Factor: 546).
  1. Sarker MMR*. Induction of humoral immunity through the enhancement of IgM production in murine splenic cells by ethanolic extract of seed of Piper nigrumL. Journal of Scientific Research 4 (3), 65-69 (2012) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Sarker MMR*,Nimmi I and Kawsar M H.Preliminaryscreening of six popular fruits of Bangladesh for in vitro IgM production and proliferation of splenocytes. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal15 (1), 31-37 (2012) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Rashid MH, Gafur MA, Sarker MMR andKarim N. A Spinasteryl Glycoside from Ipomoea turpethum L. Herb (Stem) Growing in Bangladesh.Journal of Bangladesh Academy of Science36 (1), 13-17 (2012).
  1. Sarker MMR*, Choudhuri MSK and Zhong, M. Effect of Chandanasav, an Ayurvedic formulation, on mice wholesplenocytes for the production of polyclonal IgM and proliferation of cells-A preliminary study.International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research3 (5), 1294-1299 (2012) (SCOPUS cited).
  1. Kawsar, M.H., Morshed, M.M., Nath, A.K., Uddin, M.Z., Dutta, M. and Hossain, M.A. (2012) In vitro Antioxidant, Total Phenolic Content, and Brine Shrimp Lethality Studies of Synedrellanodiflora, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 3(5): 1528-1531.
  1. MasudMorshed, A.K.M. NajmusSakiband Kawsar, M.H. (2012) Oral mucoadhesive drug delivery systems: A review. Journal of Dhaka International University, 4(1): 66-72.
  1. Ismet Ara Jahan, I.A., Hossain, M.H., Nimmi, I., Islam, S. and Kawsar, M.H., Amirul Islam, (2012) Evaluation of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant potential from the kernel root of Xylocarpusmekongensis (Lamk.) M. Roem. Orient Pharm Exp Med., 12:181–188.
  1. Morshed, M.M., Mallick, J., Nath, A.K., Uddin, M.Z., Dutta, M., Hossain, M.A. and Kawsar, M.H. (2012) Effect of Barium Chloride as A Cross Linking Agent on the Sodium Alginate Based Diclofenac Sodium Beads. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal, 15(1): 53-58.
  1. Sarker, M.M.R., Nimmi, I. and Kawsar, M.H. (2012) Preliminary Screening of Six Popular Fruits of Bangladesh for in vitro IgM Production and Proliferation of Splenocytes. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal, 15(1): 31-38.
  1. Md Hassan Kawsar, Md Akbar Hossain, Aninda Kumar Nath, Md Zia Uddin, Mycal Dutta and MdMasudMorshed (2012) Antimicrobial and Cytotoxic Activity of Asteracanthalongifolia International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 3(12): 4838-4840.

 


Syllabus

Semester wise Course and Credit distribution (B. Pharm.)

First Year, Semester-I

Course code Name of the courses Hours per week Credit  
Theory Lab  
PHR 111 Introduction to Pharmacy 1.5 1.5
PHR 112 Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry-I 3.0 3.0
PHR 112L Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 113 Pharmacognosy & Natural Product Chemistry-I 3.0 3.0
PHR 113L Pharmacognosy & Natural Product Chemistry-I Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 114 Computer Applications in Pharmacy 3.0 3.0
PHR 115 Developing English Skills, Reading & Writing Strategies 3.0 3.0
PHR 116 Introduction to Social Science 3.0 3.0
  Total   16.5 6.0  18.5  

 

First Year, Semester-II

Course code
Name of the courses
Hours per week Credit Pre-requisite(s)
Theory Lab
PHR 121 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-I 3.0 3.0
PHR 121L Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry  Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 122 Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 112
PHR 123 Pharmacognosy & Natural Product Chemistry-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 113
PHR 123L Pharmacognosy & Natural Product Chemistry-II  Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 113L
PHR 124 Human Physiology-I 3.0 3.0
PHR 124L Human Physiology-I Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 125 Basic Anatomy & Histology 1.5 1.5
PHR 126 Mathematics & Statistics 3.0 3.0
PHR 127 Oral Assessment-I 1.0
  Total   16.5 9.0  20.5  

 

Second Year, Semester-I

Course code
Name of the courses
Hours per week Credit Pre-requisite(s)
Theory Lab
PHR 211 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 121
PHR 212 Pharmaceutical Physical Chemistry-I 3.0 3.0
PHR 212L Pharmaceutical  Physical  Chemistry-I Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 213 Pharmaceutical Microbiology-I 3.0 3.0
PHR 213L Pharmaceutical Microbiology Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 214 Human Physiology-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 124

PHR 125

PHR 214L Human Physiology-II Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 124L
PHR 215 Basic Pathology 3.0 3.0 PHR 125
PHR 216 Functional Foods, Nutraceuticals & Herbal Medicines 3.0 3.0 PHR 123
  Total   21.0 9.0  21.0  

 

Second Year, Semester-II

Course code
Name of the courses
Hours per week Credit Pre-requisite(s)
Theory Lab
PHR 221 Medicinal Chemistry & Drug Discovery-I 3.0 3.0 PHR 211

 

PHR 221L Medicinal Chemistry & Drug Discovery-I Lab 3.0 1.0  
PHR 222 Pharmaceutical Physical Chemistry-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 212
PHR 222L Pharmaceutical Physical Chemistry-II Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 212L
PHR 223 Pharmaceutical Microbiology-II 1.5 1.5 PHR 213
PHR 224 Pharmacology & Therapeutics-I 3.0 3.0 PHR 214
PHR 224L Pharmacology & Therapeutics-I Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 214L
PHR 225 Basic Pharmaceutics 3.0 3.0
PHR 226 Pharmaceutical Engineering-I 3.0 3.0 PHR 212
PHR 227 Oral Assessment-II 1.0
  Total   15.0 9.0  20.5  

 

Third Year, Semester-I

Course code
Name of the courses
Hours per week Credit Pre-requisite(s)
Theory Lab
PHR 311 Medicinal Chemistry & Drug   Discovery-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 221
PHR 311L Medicinal Chemistry & Drug     Discovery-II Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 221L
PHR 312 Pharmaceutical Analysis-I 3.0 3.0 PHR 222
PHR 313 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 3.0 3.0
PHR 314 Pharmacology & Therapeutics-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 224
PHR 314L Pharmacology & Therapeutics-II Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 224 L
PHR 315 Pharmaceutical Technology-I 3.0 3.0 PHR 225
PHR 315L Pharmaceutical Technology-I Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 316 Pharmaceutical Engineering-II 1.5 1.5 PHR 226
PHR 317 Veterinary Pharmacy 1.5 1.5

Total

  18.0 9.0  21.0

 

Third Year, Semester-II

Course code
Name of the courses
Hours per week Credit Pre-requisite(s)
Theory Lab
PHR 321 Advanced Medicinal Chemistry 3.0 3.0 PHR 311
PHR 322 Pharmaceutical Analysis-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 312
PHR 322L Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab 3.0 1.0  
PHR 323 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 3.0 3.0 PHR 313
PHR 323L Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 324 Pharmacology & Therapeutics-III 3.0 3.0 PHR 314
PHR 325 Pharmaceutical Technology-II 3.0 3.0 PHR 315
PHR 325L Pharmaceutical Technology-II Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 315L
PHR 326 Biopharmaceutics &

Pharmacokinetics-I

3.0 3.0
PHR 327 Oral Assessment-III 1.0

Total

  18.0 6.0  22.0

 

Fourth Year, Semester-I

Course code
Name of the courses
Hours per week Credit Pre-requisite(s)
Theory Lab
PHR 411 Pharmaceutical Management 3.0 3.0
PHR 412 Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis 3.0 3.0 PHR 322
PHR 412L Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab 3.0 1.0  
PHR 413 Clinical Pharmacy & Toxicology 1.5 1.5
PHR 414 Hospital & Community Pharmacy 3.0 3.0
PHR 415 Pharmaceutical Technology-III 3.0 3.0 PHR 325
PHR 415L Pharmaceutical Technology-III Lab 3.0 1.0 PHR 325L
PHR 416 Biopharmaceutics &

Pharmacokinetics-II

3.0 3.0 PHR 326
PHR 416L Biopharmaceutics &

Pharmacokinetics Lab

3.0 1.0
PHR 417 Project (Part-I) 1.0

Total

  18.0 9.0  20.5

 

Fourth Year, Semester-II

Course code
Name of the courses
Hours per week Credit Pre-requisite(s)
Theory Lab
PHR 421 Pharmaceutical Marketing 3.0 3.0
PHR 422 Quality Control & Analytical Method Validation 3.0 3.0
PHR 422L Quality Control & Analytical Method Validation Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 423 Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs 3.0 3.0
PHR 424 Cosmetology 3.0 3.0 PHR 325
PHR 424L Cosmetology Lab 3.0 1.0
PHR 425 Pharmacoeconomics 1.5 1.5
PHR 426 Project (Part-II) 2.0
PHR 427 In-plant Training/ Hospital Residency 1.5
PHR 428 Oral Assessment-IV 1.0

Total

  15.0 6.0  20.0

 

Semester wise Course and Credit distribution (M. Pharm.)

  1. Pharm. (General Group)
1st Semester: 6 Months
Course Code Course Title Credits
PH5102 Pharmaceutical Quality Control and Analytical Method Validation 3.0
PH5101 Pharmaceutical Quality Control and Analytical Method Validation lab. 1.5
PH5104 Advanced Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery 3.0
PH5103 Advanced Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery Lab. 1.5
PH5106 Advanced  Pharmacology and Clinical Toxicology 3.0
PH5108 Advanced  Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 3.0
PH5110 Nutraceuticals and Food Technology 3.0
Total 18.0
2nd Semester: 6 Months
Course Code Course Title Credits
PH5202 Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology 3.0
PH5201 Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology Lab. 1.5
PH5204 Advanced Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics 3.0
PH5203 Advanced Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics Lab. 1.5
PH5206 Advanced Pharmaceutical Management and Marketing 3.0
PH5221 Project Work 4.0
PH5212 Viva Voce 2.0
Total 18.0
Grand Total 36.0

 

  1. Pharm. (Thesis Group)
1st Semester: 6 Months
Course Code Course Title Credits
PH5102 Pharmaceutical Quality Control and Analytical Method Validation 3.0
PH5104 Advanced Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery 3.0
PH5106 Advanced  Pharmacology and Clinical Toxicology 3.0
PH5108 Advanced  Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 3.0
PH5110 Nutraceuticals and Food Technology 3.0
PH5122 Thesis Planning and Methodology* 2.0
Total 17.0
2nd Semester: 6 Months
Course Code Course Title Credits
PH5202 Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology 3.0
PH5204 Advanced Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics 3.0
PH5206 Advanced Pharmaceutical Management and Marketing 3.0
PH5222 Dissertation and Thesis Presentation 8.0
PH5212 Viva Voce 2.0
Total 19.0
Grand Total 36.0

 

*The thesis work will be started during the 1st semester and will have to be completed within a total of 18 months.


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Notable Alumni

The graduates of Department of Pharmacy, State University of Bangladesh (SUB) are currently working in different managerial and senior executive positions in reputed pharmaceutical industries in Bangladesh including, Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Labaid Pharmaceuticals Ltd., ACI Pharmaceuticals, Aristopharma Ltd., Eskayef Bangladesh Ltd., Radiant Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Renata Ltd., Opsonin Pharma Ltd., Sanofi Bangladesh Limited, Drug International Ltd., Popular Pharmaceuticals Ltd., General Pharmaceuticals Ltd., IBN Sina Pharmaceuticals Industry Ltd., Novartis (Bangladesh) Ltd., Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Ltd.,  UniMed & UniHealth Mfg. Ltd.. Some of the alumni of SUB are also serving in Walmart Pharmacy in Canada and Directorate General of Drug Administration in Bangladesh and Nepal.

Furthermore, the graduates from this department are also pursuing higher studies (MS and PhD program) in USA, Japan, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Korea and China.


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