Pharmacology is a subject, which connects the other disciplines of pharmaceutical sciences with medicine.
This branch of science equips a student with the ability to appreciate the establishment of dose, dosage, efficacy, and safety of medicines, their mechanisms. Pharmacology gives immense scope for exploration into diversified subdomains such as signaling and molecular mechanisms of medicines, clinical pharmacology and Biopharmaceutics, non clinical and clinical trials.
Dr.Geetha MuniswamyProfessor and Head Of Department
Dr. Geetha Muniswamy is the professor and HOD of pharmacology department with 10 years of teaching experience in MDC and has been teaching undergraduate dental students. She is hard working, determined, motivated, dedicated staff with good communication skills towards students and co-staffs.
Department of Pharmacology
Malabar Dental College & Research Centre Manoor, Chekanoor Rd, Mudur P.O Edappal, Malappuram, Dt Pin : 679578
Mon – Fri 8:30A.M. – 4:00P.M.
The broad goal of teaching under graduate students in pharmacology is to generate rational and scientific basis of therapeutics keeping in view of dental curriculum and profession. The teaching methods include demonstrations, seminars, lectures, practicals. This department is deep commitment to train and educate the dental students so as to promote good prescribing skills.
Pharmacology and Therapeutics is to provide a core fundamental information and the general principles underlaying the use of pharmacological agents. To understand the scientific aspects of how drugs used, hoe they are act within various body systems. Practical training help student to develop skill to understand and conduct pharmacology practicals, differentiate between different dosage forms of the drugs, learn and write correct prescription and learn to select a particular drug for a patient based on evidence.
The department was founded goal of offering undergraduate study in pharmacology for BDS students. The laboratory work includes teaching basics of pharmacy with clinical implications of various pharmacy preparations.