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All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
कॉल सेंटर:  011-26589142

Dr. Sudhir Chandra Sarangi

 

 

Name: Dr. Sudhir Chandra Sarangi, MBBS, MD, DM (Clinical Pharmacology), MAMS

Designation: Associate Professor

Affiliation: Department of Pharmacology, AIIMS, New Delhi

Address: Room No-5009, 5th Floor, 

                 Department of Pharmacology,

                 Convergence Block,

                 All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

                 New Delhi-110029

                 Phone: 011-26549259

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Academic Details:

  • D.M. (Clinical Pharmacology) in the year 2013, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
  • M.D. (Pharmacology)  in the year 2009, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
  • M.B.B.S (Hons)  in the year 2005, MKCG Medical College, Berhampur

Research Interest/Areas: Clinical Pharmacology, Neuropharmacology, Pharmacovigilance, Drug Safety, Pharmacoeconomics, Computational Pharmacology

Fellowships/ Memberships/ Awards:

  • Awarded membership by National Academy of Medical Sciences
  • Obtained Certificate of Achievement for poster presentation at International Epilepsy Congress held in 2017 and 2019.
  • Best Paper Award (2nd prize) in 20th Joint Annual Conference of Indian Epilepsy Society and Indian Epilepsy Association (ECON 2019)

Life Membership of societies:

  • Indian Pharmacology society
  • Indian Society of Rational Pharmacotherapeutics
  • The Association of Physiologists & Pharmacologist of India
  • Society of  Toxicology, India
  • Indian Epilepsy Society
  • Indian Society of Nanomedicine

Authorship in scientific books: Authored 08 chapters in books

Key publications:

 

  1. Kumar S, Sarangi SC, Tripathi M, Ramanujam B, Gupta YK. Seizure-recurrence risk in persons with epilepsy undergoing antiepileptic drug tapering. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. Accepted 2019
  2. Sarangi SC, Kaur N, Tripathi M. Assessment of psychiatric and behavioral adverse effects of antiepileptic drugs monotherapy: Could they have a neuroendocrine correlation in persons with epilepsy? Epilepsy Behav. 2019 Sep 28;100(Pt A):106439. [Epub ahead of print]
  3. Kakkar AK, Padhy BM, Sarangi SC, Gupta YK. Methodological Characteristics of Clinical Trials: Impact of Mandatory Trial Registration. J Pharm Pharm Sci. 2019;22(1):131-141.
  4. Sarangi SC, Kaur N, Tripathi M, Gupta YK. Cost analysis study of neurological drugs: Role of National List of Essential Medicines, India. Neurology India. 2018;66:1427-33.
  5. Singh H, Sarangi SC, Gupta YK. French Phase I Clinical trial Disaster: Issues, learning points and future steps. J Nat Sc Biol Med. 2018;9:106-10. (SJR 0.42)
  6. Goyal A, Singh H, Sehgal VK, Jayanthi CR, ... Sarangi SC, Gupta YK. Impact of regulatory spin of pioglitazone on prescription of antidiabetic drugs among physicians in India: A multicentre questionnaire-based observational study. Indian J Med Res. 2017 Oct;146(4):468-475.
  7. Sarangi SC, Joshi D, Kumar R, Kaleekal T, Gupta YK. Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic interaction of hydroalcoholic extract of Ocimum sanctum with valproate. Epilepsy Behav. 2017 Oct;75:203-209.
  8. Sarangi SC, Tripathi M, Kakkar AK, Gupta YK. Body composition comparison in persons with epilepsy on conventional and new antiepileptic drugs. Indian J Med Res. 2016 Mar;143(3):323-30.
  9. Sarangi S- C, Kakkar AK, Kumar R, Gupta YK. Effect of lamotrigine, levetiracetam and topiramate on neurobehavioral parameters and oxidative stress in comparison with valproate in rats. Indian J Med Res. 2016 Jul;144(1):104-111.
  10. Sarangi SC, Tripathi M, Kakkar AK, Gupta YK. Effect of antiepileptic therapy on trace elements status in Indian population in a tertiary care hospital from northern India: A cross sectional study. Epilepsy Res. 2014;108(5):917-27.

             

             

Dr Jagriti Bhatia

 

Designation:                           Professor

Office Address:                     Department of Pharmacology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi  110 029 

Office Tel:                              011-2654 6476;  26593282

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Education:                             MBBS (Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, 1995) 

                                                MD Pharmacology (UCMS-GTB Hospital, Delhi, 1999)

Departmental duties:            Engaged in teaching of  MBBS (3rd, 4th and 5th Semester), BSc Nursing (Hons), MSc, MD and PhD students

Field of Research:                 Herbal (Indigenous) Pharmacology

                                                Cardiovascular Pharmacology

                                                Nephrotoxicity

                                                Pulmonary fibrosis

 

Awards

 

  1. AIIMS Excellence Research Award 2015 Commendation Certificate for the year 2014-2015.
  2. ISH 2014 International Forum Poster Prize for the Asia and Australasia Region at Athens, Greece, 2014.

Research Publications

  1. Gamad N,  Malik S, Suchal K, Vasisht S, Tomar A, Arava S, Arya DS, Bhatia J. Metformin alleviates bleomycin-induced pulmonary fibrosis in rats: Pharmacological effects and molecular mechanisms. Biomed Pharmacother  2018; 97: 1544–1553.
  2. Khan SI, Malhotra RK, Rani N, Sahu AK, Tomar A, Garg S, Nag TC, Ray R, Ojha S, Arya DS, Bhatia J. Febuxostat Modulates MAPK/NF-κBp65/TNF-α Signaling in Cardiac Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury.Oxid Med Cell Longev. 2017;2017:8095825. 
  3. Tomar A, Vasisth S, Khan SI, Malik S, Nag TC, Arya DS, Bhatia J. Galangin ameliorates cisplatin induced nephrotoxicity in vivo by modulation of oxidative stress, apoptosis and inflammation through interplay of MAPK signaling cascade. Phytomedicine.2017;34:154-161.
  4. Malik S, Suchal K, Khan SI, Bhatia J, Kishore K, Dinda AK, Arya DS. Apigenin ameliorates streptozotocin-induced diabetic nephropathy in rats via MAPK/NF-κB/TNFα and TGF-β1/MAPK/Fibronectin pathways.Am J Physiol Renal Physiol.2017;313(2):F414-F422.
  5. Suchal K, Malik S, Gamad N, Malhotra RK, Goyal SN, Bhatia J, Arya DS. Kampeferol protects against oxidative stress and apoptotic damage in experimental model of isoproterenol-induced cardiac toxicity in rats.Phytomedicine. 2016;23(12):1401-1408.
  6. Malik S, Suchal K, Bhatia J, Khan SI, Vasisth S, Tomar A, Goyal S, Kumar R, Arya DS, OjhaSK.Therapeutic Potential and Molecular Mechanisms of Emblica officinalisGaertn in Countering Nephrotoxicity in Rats Induced by the Chemotherapeutic Agent Cisplatin. Front Pharmacol 2016;7:350. eCollection 2016.
  7. Rani N, Bharti S, Tomar A, Dinda AK, Arya DS, Bhatia J. Inhibition of PARP activation by enalapril is crucial for its renoprotective effect in cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity in rats.Free Radic Res 2016;50(11):1226-1236.    
  8. Malik S, Suchal K, Bhatia J, Gamad N, Dinda AK, Gupta YK, Arya DS. Molecular mechanisms underlying attenuation of cisplatin-induced acute kidney injury by epicatechingallate. Lab Invest.2016; 96(8):853-61.
    1. Malik S, Suchal K, Gamad N, Dinda AK, Arya DS, Bhatia J .Telmisartan ameliorates cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity by inhibiting MAPK mediated inflammation and apoptosis.Eur J Pharmacol. 2015; 748:54-60.  
  1. Malik S, Bhatia J, Suchal K, Gamad N, Dinda AK, Gupta YK, Arya DS. Nobiletin ameliorates cisplatin-induced acute kidney injury due to its anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-apoptotic effects.ExpToxicolPathol. 2015;67(7-8):427-33. 

 

Dr. Harlokesh Narayan Yadav

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Harlokesh Narayan Yadav

Associate Professor

Dept. of Pharmacology, AIIMS New Delhi

Phone Number-         Off- 011-26548565, Lab - 26549272

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Research Interests:

 Teaching:

 

Involved in the Undergraduate and Post graduate teaching (MBBS and MD) and mentoring PhD students in All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

Research:

 Major Area: Molecular Pharmacology/Cardiovascular Pharmacology/Nano-Pharmacology

 Cardiac ischemic-reperfusion injury, cardiac hypertrophy, cardiac failure and Pulmonary artery hypertension and In Vitro Screening

Awards and Professional activities:

 

  1. Gold medal for Dr. Manjeet Singh Award for best research work in the area of molecular Pharmacology by Indian Pharmacological Society.
  2. Gold medal for N.N. Datta Prize for best published work in Indian Journal of Pharmacology by Indian Pharmacological Society.

Memberships

  1. Serving as Secretary International of Indian Pharmacological Society, India
  2. National Academy of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
  3. Life Member of Indian Pharmacological Society (IPS)
  4. Life Member of Indian Society of Nanomedicine
  5. Life member of InPharm Association
  6. Life member of Indian Pharmacy Graduates Association (IPGA)

GUIDED: 40 PG Students

Experience: 13 Years of academic and research experience

 

Selected Research Publications:

http://livedna.org/91.817

                                                                      

DR. SURENDER SINGH

 

DR. SURENDER SINGH

 

DOB: 27th May1963

PROFESSOR

Department of Pharmacology,

All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

Ansari Nagar New Delhi - 110 029, INDIA

Tel: +91-11-2654-6460,  09810882350

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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

1. Published >100 Research Papers (Total Impact Factor 125.02, Citation-3200, h-Index- 29)

2. Authored 06 Books/Scientific Series & chapters in book.

3. Guided 48 Theses (PhD-18, MD/MDS -19, M.Pharm / MSc-08).

4. Completed 20 Research projects funded by ICMR, DBT, AIIMS, AYUSH, Govt. of India.

Awards:

1.Gold Medal, M.Pharm. (Pharmacology) DIPSAR (University of Delhi), 1989.

2.JSPS-Asia Africa Science Platform Programme, Japan Best Paper Award, 2011.

3. Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) Award for Biomedical Research, 2013.

4. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Excellence Research Award, 2016.

5. Dr. B. Mukherjee Prize for Best paper in Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2016.

6. Dr. D.N. Prasad Memorial Oration Award, ICMR for Biomedical Research, 2017.

 

Fellowships/ Honours:

1. Fellow of National Academy of Medical Sciences (FAMS), India.     

2. Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC), United Kingdom.

3. Fellow of International Medical Science Academy (FIMSA), India.

4. Fellow of Institution of Chemists (FIC), India.

5. D.Sc. (Honoris Causa), Colombo, Sri Lanka.

6. Fellow of International Council of Ayurveda (FICA), India.

 

RESEARCH AREA

Inflammation, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Indigenous drugs, Medicinal Plant Research

RESEARCH PAPERS

1.   Surender Singh and DK Majumdar (1999).

      Evaluation of gastric antiulcer activity of fixed oil of Ocimum sanctum (Holy Basil)

      Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 65:13-19. (IF:3.055)             

2.   MA Jafri, M Jalis Subhani, Kalim Javed and Surender Singh (2000)

      Hepatoprotective activity of leaves of Cassia Occidentalis against paracetamol and ethyl alcohol intoxication in rats.

      Journal of Ethnopharmocology - 66:355-361. (IF:3.055)             

3.   MA Jafri, M Aslam, Kalim Javed and Surender Singh (2000)

      Effect of Punica granatum Linn (flowers) on blood glucose levels in normal and alloxan induced diabetic rats.

      Journal of Ethnopharmacology - 70:309-314. (IF:3.055)               

4.   MA jafri, Farah, Kalim Javed K and Surender Singh (2001)

      Evaluation of the gastric antiulcerogenic effect of large cardamom (fruits of Ammomum subulatum Roxb.)

      Journal of Ethnopharmacology 75:89-94. (IF:3.055)  

          

5.   Surender Singh, HMS Rehan and DK Majumdar (2001)

      Effect of Ocimum sanctum fixed oil on blood pressure, blood clotting time and pentobarbitone - induced sleeping time.

      Journal of Ethnopharmacology ,78:139-143. (IF:3.055)             

6.   PK Mediratta, KK Sharma and Surender Singh (2002)

      Evaluation of Immunomodulatory potential of Ocimum sanctum seed oil and its possible mechanism of action.

      Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 80:15-20. (IF:3.055)             

          

7. Vinod Nair , Surender Singh and YK Gupta (2011).

Evaluation of the disease modifying activity of Colchicum luteum Baker in. experimental arthritis.

      Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 133: 303-307. (IF:3.055)             

 

8.Surender  Singh, Vinod Nairand Yogendra K Gupta (2012).

     Evaluation of the aphrodisiac activity of Tribulus terrestris Linn. in sexually sluggish male albino rats.

      Journal of Pharmacology & Phamacotherapeutics , 3(1): 43-47.

 

9. Ritu Karwasra, Prerna Kalra, YK Gupta, Deepika Saini, Ajay Kumar and Surender        Singh (2016).

Pomegranate antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential ameliorates renoprotection  in cisplatin-induced acute kidney injury.

Food and Function, 7: 3091-3101 (IF: 2.791).

10. Rohit Kumar, Vinod Nair, YK Gupta, Surender Singh and S.Arunraja (2016).

Berberis aristata ameliorates adjuvant-induced arthritis by inhibition of NF-κB and       activating nuclear factor-E2-related factor 2/hem oxygenase (HO)-1 signaling pathway.

Immunological investigations, 45(6): 473-489. (IF: 1.780).

 

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