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Dr Gurpreet Kaur Randhawa is presently working as Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology, Government Medical College, Amritsar, Punjab, India. She did her graduation in medicine in 1990 and postgraduation (MD) in Pharmacology in 2002 from Government Medical College, Amritsar. She has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate medical students and undergraduate dental students also since 2002.
Dr Randhawa has published two books ‘Orphan diseases and drugs – widen the horizon’ and 'Ecopharmacology - and its future Forensic implications – an emerging science’ by German publishers and are available on all online bookstores. She has to her credit 5 International publications in journals like ISRN Pharmacology, Clinical Therapeutics, International Journal of Applied and Basic Medicine Research, Medico-Legal Update and AYU, and National publications in journals like Indian Journal of Pharmacology and Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine and many conference abstracts. Dr Randhawa is a reviewer for journals like International Journal of Applied and Basic Medicine, International Journal of Physical Sciences and African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. Dr Randhawa is a member of Indian Pharmacological Society, Basic Medical Sciences Society and AMCAA-AMDAANA.
Dr Randhawa’s major research interests are in the subject of Pharmacology, Herbal Medicine, Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine.
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Government Medical College, Amritsar, Punjab, India
Pharmacology, Herbal Medicine, Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine
International publications: 1. ‘Orphan diseases and drugs – Widen the horizon : Revisiting the ancient vedic knowledge’by VDM (German) publishers available worldwide from July 2009 with ISBN 978-3-639-16666-82. ‘Ecopharmacology and its future Forensic implications’ – an emerging science’ by LAP (German) Publishers available worldwide from April 2012 with ISBN 384849650XFull Research articles1. ‘Bioremediation of Pharmaceuticals, Pesticides and Petrochemicals with Gomeya/ Cow Dung’ ISRN Pharmacology Volume 2011, Article ID 362459, 7 pages doi:10.5402/2011/3624592. ‘Bioenhancers from Mother Nature and their applicability in modern medicine’ in International Journal of Applied and Basic Medicine Research, Jan -June 2011; 1 (1): 5-10. Cited by 23. ‘A pilot study to clinically evaluate the role of herbomineral compound ‘Rakatchap Har’ in the management of Essential Hypertension’ in AYU July-September 2011: 32(3); 329-32.4. ‘Ecopharmacology and its future forensic implications – An emerging science’ in Medico-Legal Update, July – August 2009: 9( 2); 7–11.5. “Prospective, non-interventional, uncontrolled, open chart, pharmaco-epidemiologic study of prescribing patterns for lipid lowering drugs at a tertiary care teaching hospital in North India” in ‘Clinical Therapeutics’ Dec. 2002; 24(12): 2064-2076. Cited by 26. Accepted for publication in the journal “International Journal of Applied and Basic Medicine Research” in March 2012 titled ‘ Newer Antibacterial agents’. National publications1. ‘Cow urine distillate as bioenhancer’. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine 2010; 1 (4): 240-41. Cited by 42. ‘Orphan: diseases and drugs’ Ind. J. Pharmacol June 2006:38(3); 171-176. Cited by 33. “Echinocandins – A promising new antifungal group” Ind. J. Pharmacol. April 2004:36(2): 65-71. Cited by 64. Accepted for publication ‘Ecopharmacology – from Therapeutics to Health Hazards’ in Journal of Research in Medical Education and Ethics
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