Superior University’s PhD Pharmacology program aims to provide students with a deep understanding of the mechanisms of drug action and the principles of drug discovery and development. Throughout the program, students will have the opportunity to conduct independent research under the guidance of experienced faculty members while gaining a broad understanding of pharmacological concepts and techniques. The graduates of this program will be well-prepared for a career in academia, industry, or government research institutions.
MPhil/MS or equivalent qualification recognized by HEC with minimum CGPA 3.0 or First Division in relevant subject.
The candidate has passed University Admission Test for PhD with minimum 70% marks. Those having valid GRE-Subject Test (with minimum 60 percentile score) or GAT (with minimum 60% marks) in relevant subject are exempted from University Admission Test for PhD.
|Biochemical and Molecular Pharmacology||3|
|Research Methods in Pharmacology||3|
|Evaluation of Selected Pharmacological Activities||3|
|Toxicokinetic Studies and Metabolic Disorders||3|
|Research Work and Thesis Writing||30|
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