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CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: Dr Gurumurthy Parthasarathi

Date of Birth: January 18, 1965
Place of birth: Shimoga, Karnataka, India

Sex
: Male
Nationality: Indian
Marital Status: Married with two children
Contact Details: Tel: +91-821-2421 218

CURRENT POSITION

Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice Clinical
OTHER ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Member
Academic Council, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), Bangalore Postgraduate Board of Studies, Faculty of Pharmacy, RGUHS, Bangalore Board of Studies, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Mysore, Mysore Committee, Rajiv Gandhi Univ. Health Sciences, Bangalore Postgraduate board of studies in Pharmacy Practice, Manipal academy of Higher Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, Univ. South Australia Visiting Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal
COMMITTEE POSITIONS

Member, Executive Committee, Hospital and clinical Pharmacy division, Indian Pharmaceutical
Association from Nov 2000 – till date
President, Indian Pharmaceutical Association Local Branch, Mysore – May 2004- April 2007
Founder Member Secretary, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, JSS Hospital, Mysore
Member, Scientific Services Committee, Indian Pharmaceutical Congress Association, - 2000
to 2004
Member, Hospital Advisory Committee, JSS Medical College and Hospital, Mysore - 2002 till
date
Member, Institutional Research and Ethics Committee, JSS Medical College and Hospital,
Mysore
Consultant to Drugs Controller General of India on the matters related to establishing National
Pharmacovigilance Programme for India
Advisor, Clinical research, ACUNOVA on issues related to clinical trials and drug safety
EDUCATION
Graduate Diploma in

Clinical
Pharmacy
Master of Pharmacy

Bachelor of Pharmacy

Title of thesis written and presented for graduate degree
Grad Dip Clinical Pharmacy

“Drug utilization Evaluation of Third Generation Cephalosporins at Repatriation General Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia” “Targeting of Selected Anticancer Drugs using Nonionic Surfactant Vesicles as Drug Carrier” “Antimitotic Antiviral and Anticancer studies of Oil of Ocimum sanctum"
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Nov 2000-Present

Professor, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore
Teaching and training M.Pharm (Pharmacy Practice) students in Applied
Therapeutics and Clinical Pharmacy Practice;
Supervising and guiding research work of post-graduate and Ph.D
students;
Practicing clinical pharmacy at JSS Hospital, Mysore;
Managing dispensary services, JSS Hospital

Feb 1995-Nov 2000

Assistant Professor, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore-570 015
Teaching and training M.Pharm (Pharmacy Practice) students in Applied
Therapeutics and Clinical Pharmacy Practice; Supervising and guiding
research work of post-graduate students; Practicing clinical pharmacy at
JSS Hospital, Mysore; Teaching Pharmacology for undergraduates.

July 2000- July 2006
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences,
University of South Australia, Adelaide


July 2004 – till date

Adjunct Visiting Professor, Dept. Pharmacy Practice, MAHE,
Manipal

Teaching M Pharm, Pharmacy Practice students, assisting in establishing clinical pharmacy teaching and practice at Kasturba Medical College Hospital; guiding students in their research work for the award of Ph D degree.
Feb 1996- Feb 1997
‘Weary’ Dunlop Fellow in Clinical Pharmacy, Repatriation General
Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia
Completed 12 months training in clinical pharmacy, understanding the
skills and functions of a clinical pharmacist, rotating through different
specialties including Cardiology, Gastroenterology and Respiratory
Medicine. In the same time period also attended lectures/tutorials at
School of Pharmacy, University of South Australia for Graduate Diploma
in Clinical Pharmacy.

Sept 1993-Jan 1995
Lecturer, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore
Taught Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics for M.Pharm students and
Pharmacology for B.Pharm students. Supervising and guiding research
work of postgraduate students

Dec 1990-August 1993

Senior Research Fellow, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
As full time research scholar worked on a project to develop vesicular drug carriers for Vincristine.
March 1989-Nov 1990

Lecturer, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore
Taught Pharmacology (theory and practical at undergraduate level)
FELLOWSHIPS
March 1996-February 1997

‘Weary’ Dunlop Clinical Pharmacy Fellowship, Repatriation General Hospital, Adelaide, Australia.
December 1990-August 1993
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Senior Research Fellowship, Govt. of India
August 1987-March 1989
University Grants Commission research studentship

PUBLICATIONS

1. VeerannaS, Jayadev B, Kushalappa, Parthasarathi. G. Severe Cutaneous Reactions to
Leflunomide – Case Series. Ind J Derma Venereology Leprology, 2006, May. 2. Sabin Thomas, Parthasarathi. G, Shilpa Palaksha, Mahesh P A, Jayaraj B S, Basavana
Gowda H. Quality of Life Assessment in Asthmatic Patients receiving Fluticasone compared with equipotent doses of Beclomethasone or Budesonide Lung India 2005; 22: 86-91. 3. Ramesh M, Parthasarathi G and Rohit S. Aspirin-induced sneezing, J Pharm Pract Res 2004;
4. Parthasarathi G, Sabin Thomas, Mahesh PA. Choosing an inhaled corticosteroid for asthma:
Making an informed decision (Letter to the editor). J Pharm Pract Res 2004; 3: 218-219. 5. Sapna Gore, Parthasarathi G, Mahesh P A, Sabin Thomas, Jayaraj B S, Basavana Gowda H.
Impact of Patient education on Inhalation Technique in Obstructive Airways Disease. Pulmon 2003; 5:389-98 6. Ramesh M, Jayesh Pandit Parthasarathi G. Adverse Drug Reactions in a South Indian
Hospital – their Severity and Cost Involved. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 2003; 12: 687-692 7. Ramesh M, Parthasarathi G, Anand Harugeri, Mohan B. Sparfloxacin induced toxic epidermal
necrolysis- Case report. Ind J Derma Venereology Leprology. 2003; 235-236 8. An assessment of drug-related problems (DRPs) and clinical pharmacists’ intervention in a teaching hospital. Parthasarathi Gurumurthy, Madhan Ramesh, Jakka Krishna Kumar,
Shivakumar Madaki. J Pharm Pract Res 2003; 33: 272-4
9. Ramesh M, Jayesh Pandit Parthasarathi G. Adverse Drug reactions- What you need to know.
Indian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy. May-June 2003; XL (3): 99-102 10. Sabin Thomas, Parthasarathi G, Mahesh P A , Jayaraj B S. Interpretation of health- related
quality of life in COPD patients using simple and relative difference methods. Pulmon Vol4 (1) Jan –April 2002;17-22. 11. Parthasarathi G, Karin Nyfort-Hansen, Ramesh M, Nagavi B G Clinical Pharmacy in a South
Indian Teaching Hospital. Ann Pharmacother 2002 May; Volume 36; 927-936. 12. Sathvik BS, Parthasarathi G Development and Implementation of Antibiotic Guidelines for a
Teaching Hospital. (2002) Ind J Pharm Educ., 36(3), 38-41 13. Parthasarathi G, Karin Nyfort-Hansen, Rao TSS, Raghunath Guptha. Neroleptic malignant
Syndrome: A Case Report. J Psychological Med. Jan-June 2001. Vol 24 (1); 56-60 14. Ramesh M, Pathasarathi G. Quality Assurance in Drug Information Ind J Pharm Educ., 32(1),
15. Ramesh M, Pathasarathi G. Drug Information- The Role of Pharmacist (2000) Ind J Pharm
16. Ramesh M, Pathasarathi G. Critical Evaluation of Literature Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical
Education. April-June 2001; 35 (2), 67- 70 17. Parthasarathi. G, Nyfort-Hansen K, Nagavi BG. Post-graduate Clinical Pharmacy Education:
Minimum Requirements (1998) Ind J Pharm Educ., 32(1), 8-11. 18. Nibu P, Ramesh M, Pathasarathi G. Drug Information Services In An Indian Teaching Hospital
– A Review of Activities. The Australian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy. June 2001; 31 (2), 144-145 19. Parthasarathi. G, Udupa N, Pillai G.K, Umadevi P, Parmeshwaraiah S. Altered biological
distribution and reduced neuromuscular toxicity of niosome encapsulated Vincristine (1996) Ind J Exp Biol.,34(2),124-130. 20. Vishnu Rao, Shivakumar HG, Parthasarathi. G. Influence of aqueous extracts of Scintiella
aciatica on experimental wounds in albino rats (1996) Ind J Pharmacol., 28,249-253. 21. Parthasarathi. G, Udupa N, Umadevi P, Pillai G.K, Niosome Encapsulated of Vincristine
Sulfate: Improved Anticancer Activity with Reduced Toxicity in Mice (1994) J Drug Targeting 2: 173-182. 22. Parthasarathi. G, Udupa N, Pillai G.K, Formulation and In Vitro Evaluation of Vincristine
Encapsulated Niosomes.(1994) Indian J Pharm Sci.56(3); 90-94. 23. Chandrashekar G, Parthasarathi. G, Udupa N, Slow release of Diclofenac sodium from
Biodegradable Matrix Implanted in Arthritic Rats.(1993) Indian Drugs 30(7): 351-354. 24. Parthasarathi. G, Nitin M, Nagavi BG. B.Pharma course validation II: Model Course in
Pharmacology. (1990) Ind J Pharm Educ, March-September.
CONTRIBUTED CONFERENCE PAPERS AND POSTERS

1. Parthasarathi. G, Lakshmana M and Desai V.B, Antimitotic, Antiviral and Anticancer studies of Oil
of Ocimum sanctum. 41st Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, 1990. 2. Parthasarathi. G, Pillai G.K, Udupa N, and Umadevi P, Biological Evaluation of Vincristine
Encapsulated in Non ionic Surfactant Vesicles. 44th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, 1992 3. Parthasarathi. G, and Pillai G.K, Antitumour Efficacy of Niosome Encapsulated Vincristine. Middle
East International Pharmacy Congress, 1993, Jordan. 4. Naresh R, Parthasarathi. G, Udupa N, Pillai G.K, Umadevi P, Targeted Drug Delivery System of
few anticancer drugs. Advances in delivery of therapeutic and diagnostic agents, 1992, Australia 5. Parthasarathi. G, Naresh R, Udupa N, Pillai G.K, Evaluation of , Targeted Drug Delivery System of
Vicristine, Bleomycin and Diclofenac. World Pharmacy Congress, 1993, Tokyo, Japan. 6. Parthasarathi G. Evaluation of Clinical Pharmacy Practice – An Experiment in India. National
Seminar on Trends in Pharmaceutical Sciences – Opportunities and Challenges in the next millennium. JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty. 7. Parthasarathi. G, Swapna Varghese M. Design, implementation and evaluation of Adverse Drug
Reaction reporting system at JSS Hospital, Mysore. 50th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Bombay, 1998 8. Parthasarathi. G, Nagavi B.G. Clinical Pharmacy – A new beginning in India. 50th Indian
9. Parthasarathi. G, Savita Varghese. Preparation of guidelines for the parenteral administration of
drugs used at JSS Hospital, Mysore. 50th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Bombay, 1998 10. Mathews George, Parthasarathi. G & Ramesh M. Prospective study of adverse drug reactions in
hospitalized patients at JSS Hospital, Mysore. 11. Sabin Thomas, Parthasarathi. G & Mahesh P A .Validity and responsiveness of St.George’s
respiratory questionnaire after adaptation to a different language and culture. IPC-2000 held at Hyderabad, India. 12. Umer Rasheed, Parthasarathi. G & Ravi Shankar . a comparative study of atropine intermittent
I.V. infusion in the treatment of oraganophoshate and carbamate poisoning . IPC-2000 held at Hyderabad, India 13. Nibu P, Ramesh M, Parthasarathi. G. Survey and evaluation of drug information services at JSS
Medical College Hospital, Mysore. IPC-2000 held at Hyderabad, India 14. Sabin Thomas, Parthasarathi. G, P.A.Mahesh. Assessment ad comparision of Quality of Life in
COPD patients receiveing sustained release theophylline versus ipratropium bromide. NAPCON 2000, Kanpur, India. 15. Shivakumar Madki, Ramesh M, Parthasarathi G Survey and evaluation of clinical pharmacy
services in an Indian Teaching Hospital IPC-2001 held at New Delhi, India 16. Shilpa Parthasarathi G Quality of life in Asthma patients receiving different oral and inhaled
steroids IPC-2001 held at New Delhi, India 17. Khan Parthasarathi G Reporting and monitoring of ADRs at Holdsworth Memorial
Hospital,Mysore. IPC-2001 held at New Delhi, India 18. Anand Harugeri, Parthasarathi G Quality of drug information available for consumers on the
19. Sabin Thomas Parthasarathi G Interpretation of Health related Quality of life in COPD patients
using simple and relative difference methods. IPC-2001 held at New Delhi, India 20. Sathvik BS, Parthasarathi G. Development of antibiotic guidelines for a teaching hospital. IPC-
21. Khan S U, M.Ramesh, Parthasarathi G. Occurrence of Adverse Drug Reaction at Holdsworth
Memorial Hospital, Mysore. National Seminar on Advances in Industrial Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, 23rd & 24th October 2001, Mysore, India 22. Jayesh Pandit, M.Ramesh, Parthasarathi G Adverse drug reactions - their severity and cost
involved’ at International seminar on pharmacovigilance and medication safety held between 11th and 13th December 2003 at Mysore, India. 23. Jayesh Pandit, Parthasarathi. G & Ramesh M. Prospective study of adverse drug reactions in
hospitalized patients at B M Hospital, Mysore 24. Nilambari Naik, M.Ramesh, Parthasarathi G. Provision and Evaluation of Drug Information
services to General Practitioners of Mysore City. International seminar on pharmacovigilance and medication safety held between 11th and 13th December 2003 at Mysore, India. 25. Mahesh N M, Parthasarathi G, Raghunath Guptha, Venkataramana G. Somatic Symptoms In
depressive Disorders: A Study. International seminar on pharmacovigilance and medication safety held between 11th and 13th December 2003 at Mysore, India. 26. Sathvik B.S, G.Parthasarathi, Seema Managasuli,,KC Gurudev. Quality of life in hemodialysis
patients. International conference of Pharmacovigilance held December 2003 27. M. Ramesh, G Parthasarathi. Predictability and preventability of adverse drug reactions.
International seminar on pharmacovigilance and medication safety, 11th to 13th December 2003, Mysore, India. 28. M. Ramesh and G. Parthasarathi. Reporting of fatal drug reactions in tertiary care teaching
hospitals. International seminar on health sciences. 23rd and 24th February, 2005. 29. P.A.Mahesh, Parthasarathi. G, Sabin Thomas, Jayaraj B.S., “Dyspnoea Indices as an outcome
measure in asthma” International Conference on Health sciences, February 2005 held at JSSMC Mysore, India. 30. Sathvik BS, Reny Mary Mathew, G.Parthasarathi, KC Gurudev. Quality of Life in Hemodialysis
patients. XXII conference of Association of Physicians of India( KAPICON), held at Shimoga, Karnataka during May 2004. 31. Sabin Thomas, G Parthasarathi, Mahesh PA, BasavanGowda, Jayaraj BS. Quality of Life
Assessment in Asthmatic Patients receiveing Fluticasone compared with equipotent doses of Beclomethasone or Budesonide. XXII conference of Association of Physicians of India (KAPICON), held at Shimoga, Karnataka during May 2004. 32. Sabin Thomas, Parthasarathi. G, P.A.Mahesh,“Is fluticasone superior to budesonide in the
management of asthma?” International Conference on Health sciences, February 2005 held at JSSMC Mysore, India. Sathvik B.S, Seema Managasuli, G.Parthasarathi, Narahari G, KC Gurudev. Medication
Knowledge of hemodialysis patients- role effectiveness of Pharmacist. International conference on
health Sciences held at Mysore during Feb-2005
34. Impact of Clinical Pharmacist provided education on medication adherence behavior in ESRD patients on haemodialysis. Sathvik B.S, G.Parthasarathi, Narahari G, KC Gurudev. The Society of
Hospital Pharmacists of Australia 27th Federal Conference 2005 Medicines managers: The next
generation,
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland, 10 – 13 November 2005.
35. Health Related Quality of Life during long term (6 months) interventions with different Inhaled Corticosteroids in Asthma. Sabin Thomas, G Parthasarathi, Mahesh PA. The Society of Hospital
Pharmacists of Australia 27th Federal Conference 2005 Medicines managers: The next generation,
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland, 10 – 13 November 2005.

Text Book

Textbook of Clinical Pharmacy Practice-Essential Concepts and Skills.
Edited by G Parthasarathi, Karin Nyfort-Hansen, Milap Nahata
2003, Orient Longman Limited, India.

Chapters co-authored
• Key competencies for Clinical Pharmacy Practice • Postgraduate Education and Training in Clinical Pharmacy
Other publishing activities
Editor, Clinical Pharmacy Newsletter, an in-house publication of the Department of Clinical
Pharmacy, JSS Hospital,
Editor, Community Pharmacy Newsletter, a publication of Department of Pharmacy Practice,
JSS College of Pharmacy
Member, Editorial Board
- Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research

Reviewer for the journals:
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences EXPERIENCE IN CLINICAL RESEARCH

Have participated in clinical trials either as sub investigator or as study coordinator; gained experience in many areas/stages of conduct of clinical trials. I have • have participated in ICH-GCP training programme; have clear understanding of ICH- GCP guidelines and Schedule Y, the local regulatory guidelines • participated in many investigators meeting; provided feedback to the sponsor on study protocol, CRF design etc. with an understanding of over all goals of the projects • prepared papers for local ethics committee submission of proposed projects, presented projects and also have the experience of reviewing and discussing the projects as a member of ethics committee • Coordinated and maintained effective communication between investigators and • Monitored the progress of each trial and provided feed back & status updates to sponsor on regular basis during the conduct of the trial • Trained in Adverse drug reaction detection, management and monitoring programme at WHO international Drug Monitoring Programme [Uppsala Monitoring centre]; have conducted many ADR related studies and published in this area; have conducted many PMS studies.
Clinical Trials Participated

1. Phase III Study; Indication- Hypertension; participated as Co-Investigator, 12 centers participated in India, and our center recruited 22 patients & completed 20 patients. 2. Phase IV study; Indication- Hypertension; participated as Co-Investigator, 12 centers participated in India, and our center recruited 58 patients & completed 55 patients. 3. New Chemical Entity – Phase II study – Indication Asthma; participated as Co-ordinator, 15 centers participated in the study; our center recruited 58 patients and completed 52 patients. 4. Phase IV study; Indication – Primary Hypercholesterolemia; participated as Co- Investigator, 25 centers in India and completed 12 patients. 5. Phase III study; Indication – Rotoviral Diarrhea; participated as Co-ordinator; 3 centers; our center recruited 82 patients and 74 patients completed the study. 6. Phase III study; Indication – COPD; participated as CO-Investigator; 10 centers in India, our center recruited 20 patients and completed 20 patients. 7. Phase III study; Indication – Asthma; participated as Co-Investigator; 15 centers in India; our center recruited 57 patients patients and completed 55. 8. Phase IV study; Indication – Asthma; 25 centers in India; participated as Co- 9. Phase III study; Indication – Neuropathic pain; Participated as Co- Investigator; 12 centers in India; recruited 32 patients and completed 28. 10. Phase III study; Indication – Neuropathic pain; participated as Co-Investigator; 12 centers in India, recruited 30 patients and completed 24. 11. Phase III study; Indication – Asthma; participated as Co-Investigator; 15 centers in India, 12. Phase III study; Indication – Primary Hypercholesterolemia in Primary Hypertension; Co- Investigator, 20 centers in India and completed 6 patients. 13. Phase III study; Indication – Primary Hypertension; participated as Co- Investigator, 12 centers in India recruited 50 and completed 42 patients. 14. Phase III study; Indication – Asthma; participated as Co-Investigator; 15 centers in India, 15. Phase IV study; Indication – Asthma; participated as Co-Investigator; 3 centers in India, 16. Phase IV study; Indication – Asthma; participated as Co-Investigator; 10 centers in 17. Phase IV study; Indication – Hypertension with COPD; participated as Co-Investigator; 3 18. Phase IV study; Indication – DTPw Vaccine; participated as Co-ordinator; 8 centers in 19. Phase III study; Indication – Type II Diabetes; participated as Co-ordinator; 3 centers in 20. Phase III study; Indication – Stable Angina; participating as Co-ordinator; 3 centers in 21. Phase III study; Indication – Vaccine; participating as Co-ordinator; 3 centers in India, POSTGRADUATE THESES WORK SUPERVISED

1. Comparative Bioavailability studies of Piroxicam capsules and dispersible tablets.
2. Design, implementation and evaluation of an adverse drug reaction-reporting system at JSS
3. Preparation and distribution of guidelines for the administration of parenteral drugs at JSS Hospital. 4. Preparation and in vitro evaluation of Chloroquine encapsulated liposomes 5. Development of antibiotic guidelines for JSS Hospital, Mysore. 6. Drug utilization review of antibiotic prescribing in lower respiratory tract infection and urinary tract 7. Analysis of drug related problems and clinical pharmacist’s intervention in a South Indian Teaching 8. Prospective study of adverse drug reactions in hospitalized patients at J.S.S. hospital Mysore. 9. Atropine in the treatment of organophosphate and carbamate poisoning – a comparative study of intermittent intravenous injection versus continuous intravenous infusion. 10. Assessment and comparison of quality of life in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients receiving sustained release Theophylline versus Ipratropium Bromide. 11. Assessment of quality of life in asthma patients receiving different inhaled steroids 12. Implementation and evaluation of adverse drug reactions monitoring and reporting and reporting system at Holds Worth Memorial Hospital,Mysore) 13. Comparative study on efficacy, safety and cost of Antifungals Miconazole, Oxicanazole and 14. An Assessment of Impact of Patient Education on Inhaler Techniques in Asthma and COPD 15. Quality of Life in Hemodialysis Patients 16. Antidepressants Prescribing patterns in depressed patients in psychiatry ward 17. Drug utilization evaluation of third generation cephalosporins at Holdsworth Memorial Hospital, 18. Assessment of Efficacy of Different Bronchodilators Used in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary 19. Provision and Evaluation of Drug Information Services to General Practitioners of Mysore City 20. Assessment of Impact of Patient Education and Medication Counselling on Treatment Outcome in 21. Study of medication knowledge and adherence among patients on haemodialysis-Role of clinical 22. Assessment of safety and efficacy of retinoids in the treatment of Acne vulgaris at J.S.S. Medical 23. Drug utilization evaluation of parenteral antisecretory agents in medicine and surgery wards. 24. Intensive monitoring of some of the drugs at J.S.S. Medical College Hospital. 25. Drug utilization evaluation of Low Molecular Weight Heparins in acute coronary syndromes. 26. Comparison of insulin therapy with oral hypoglycemic agents in type 2 diabetic patients. 27. Drug utilization evaluation of low molecular weight heparin in Acute Coronary Syndrome. 28. Intensive medicines monitoring of selected classes of drugs at JSS Hospital, Mysore. 29. Clinical monitoring of atypical antipsychotics for safety profile in the treatment of Schizophrenia, affective disorders and Schizoaffective disorder. 30. A Study on medication related Gastro-intestinal bleeding leading to hospitalization 31. Comparative study of monotherapy versus combination therapy in vascular headache. 32. Evaluation of occurrence of medication related problems in Renal Unit. 33. Assessment of drug related problems in surgery wards in a Tertiary care hospital 34. Implementation of adverse drug reaction reporting system in community health care. 35. Comparison of different inhaled drug delivery devices used in Asthma therapy. 36. A Prospective study on emergency admission for iatrogenic adverse reaction in tertiary care
Ph.D. THESES WORK SUPERVISED / in progress

1. M. Ramesh - Implementation and evaluation of adverse drug reactions monitoring and reporting and reporting system at different hospitals within Mysore district 2. BS Sathvik - Assessment of quality of life in end stage renal disease patients on haemodialysis. 3. Sabin Thomas - Assessment of quality of life in asthma patients receiving different inhaled 4. N M Mahesh – An analysis of potential drug-drug interactions in psychiatric patients
RESEARCH GRANTS
1. Implementation and Evaluation of Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring Programme. All India
Council of Technical Education. Sponsored project for rupees 700, 000. 2. Assessment of quality of life in asthma patients receiving different inhaled steroids. University Grants Commission. Sponsored project for rupees 300,000. 3. Drug – drug Interaction studies in Psychiatry patients. All India Council of Technical Education sponsored project for two years of rupees 780, 000. 4. Multicentre study on Implementation & Evaluation of Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring Programme at Selected Centres within Karnataka State. Sponsored by Indian Council of Medical Research for 3 years ; Rs 27,00,000 1. Dr.Mukerjee Best Research Paper award for the year 1997 presented by Indian
Pharmacologists Society [Vishnu Rao, Shivakumar HG, Parthasarathi. G. Influence of
aqueous extracts of Scintiella aciatica on experimental wounds in albino rats]
2. Best Article award of the year 1998 for paper published in Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical
Education Parthasarathi. G, Nyfort-Hansen K, Nagavi BG. Post-graduate Clinical Pharmacy
Education: Minimum Requirements (1998) Ind J Pharm Educ., 32(1), 8-11.]
3. Best Article award of the year 2000 for paper published in Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical
Education Parthasarathi. G, Ramesh M . Drug Information- The Role of Pharmacist (2000) Ind
J Pharm Educ., 32(1), 8-11.
4. “Young Pharmacy Teacher of year 2000” Conferred by Association of Pharmaceutical
5. Best Paper – Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Hyderabad 2000 [Mathews George,
Parthasarathi. G & Ramesh M. Prospective study of adverse drug reactions in hospitalized
patients at JSS Hospital, Mysore]

6. Best Paper Award - Khan S U, M.Ramesh, Parthasarathi G. Occurrence of Adverse Drug
Reaction at Holdsworth Memorial Hospital, Mysore. National Seminar on Advances in Industrial Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, 23rd & 24th October 2001, Mysore, India 7. Best Paper – Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Pune 2002 [Jayesh Pandit, Parthasarathi G &
Ramesh M. Prospective study of adverse drug reactions in hospitalized patients at B M Hospital, Mysore] 8. Distinguished Alumni of the year 2002 of College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kasturba

9. Best Paper Award for the paper entitled ‘Adverse drug reactions - their severity and cost
involved’ at international seminar on pharmacovigilance and medication safety held between 11th and 13th December 2003 at Mysore, India. Jayesh Pandit, M.Ramesh, Parthasarathi G. 10. Best Poster award for the Poster titled ‘Drug Utilisation Evaluation of Parenteral Proton Pump Inhibitors’ at 10th National Conference of Asso Pharm Teachers of India, at Vishakapattanam, November 2004 11. Best Paper Award – International Conference on Health sciences, JSS Health sciences
Institution. Mysore. Feb 25th and 26th, 2005. Effectiveness of clinical pharmacist counseling on
Knowledge, attitude and Practice of COPD Patient- A multi centre study. Shilpa Palaksha,
Sathvik BS, Parthasarathi G, Mahesh P A.
12. Best Article award of the year 2005 for paper published in Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical
Education and Research Ramesh M, Parthasarathi. G. Minimum requirements for setting up
Drug Information centres in hospitals
TRAINING COURSES AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

1. Workshop on Bioavailability of Drugs and Boiequivalance at B V Patel PERD , Ahmedabad,
2. SHPA Clinical Pharmacy Seminar at Gosford, NSW, Australia, 1996 3. WHO sponsored workshop on Guidelines to Antibiotic Policy, Christian Medical College, 4. Training course on Adverse Reactions and Adverse Reaction Monitoring, WHO
Center for International Drug Monitoring, Uppsala, Sweden, 1999.
5. Ethics in Biomedical Research sponsored by ICMR and RGUHS at St ohn’s Medical
HAS DELIVERED MANY GUEST LECTURES AND HAS PARTICIPATED IN MANY WORKSHOPS
AS RESOURCE PERSON

MEMBERSHIPS OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia
Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India International Society of Pharmacovigilance International society of Pharmacoepidemiology International Pharmaceutical Federation [FIP]

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