Pharmacological Modelling and Simulation Centre (PMSC)

Address of the Research Centre Faculty of Pharmacy, M.S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, University House, Gnanagangothri Campus, New BEL Road, MSR Nagar, Bangalore - 560 054
Mission of the Research Centre We are committed to emerge as a research group dedicated to the analysis and modelling of human physiology from the perspective of Pharmacology and Structure Activity Relationship of Drugs
Research Goals of the Centre
  • To model, simulate and analyse the human physiological systems and sub-systems from pharmaco-kinetics perspective
  • To model and simulate the Structure Activity Relationship of a drug to be delivered to human physiological simulation model to analyse the pharmaco-dynamics perspective
  • To model and simulate the pharmaco-dynamic characterisation of the drug for in-vitro and in-vivo scenarios
  • To dessiminate knowledge on concepts and good practices of Pharmacological Modelling and Simulation
  • To develop and pursue joint initiatives for collaboration and partnership with Universities, Research Centres and Industries to advance the capability of pharmocological model to deal with the contemporary findings of new drug delivery system and disease treatment modalities
Head of the Research Centre
Name with Qualification
Dr. G.R. Saraswathy, M.Pharm, Ph.D.
Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Pharmacy Practice, FPH
Email ID:
Mobile No.: +91 - 81232 30400
Research Groups Bio-Chemical Modelling and Drug Interactions Chemoinformatics Approach to Virtual Screening
1 Cell-Mased Molecular Transport Simulations of Drug Transport Novel Bioactive Molecules Identification and Optimisation of Drug Activity
2 Mathematical and Experimental Approaches to Explore Structure Activity Relationships (SAR) Prediction of Human Health Effects and Toxicity from Chemical Structure
3 Modelling of ADME Properties Relevant to Controlling Bioactivity
4 Computational Chemistry Calculations of Bioactivity and Toxicity
5 Experimental and Computational Studies of the Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Protein-Ligand Binding

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