Dr Pramod

Dr. Adusumilli Pramod Kumar

Assistant Professor


  • PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences

    JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore

  • M. Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)

    JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore

  • B. Pharmacy

    JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore


Total Years of Experience: 8.16 years

Academic: 1.6 years

Industry: 6.6 years

Training Experience

  • PG. Dip. In Pharmacovigilance
  • PG. Dip. In Medicine & Poison Information Center


Ph.D. Dissertation:

  • Development and Implementation of Strategies to Prevent/​minimize the Adverse Drug Reactions to Antiretroviral Medications in Treatment naïve HIV patients.

National Journal Papers

  • Adusumilli, P.K. and Adepu, R., 2014. Drug related problems: an over view of various classification systems. Asian J Pharm Clin Res, 7(4), pp.7 – 10.
  • Thota, P., Thota, A., Medhi, B., Sidhu, S., Kumar, P., Selvan, V.K. and Singh, G.N., 2018. Drug safety alerts of pharmacovigilance programme of India: A scope for targeted spontaneous reporting in India. Perspectives in clinical research, 9(1), p.51.
  • Adepu, R. and Adusumilli, P.K., 2016. Assessment of Drug related problems in patients with chronic diseases through Health Status Survey in a South Indian Rural Community setting. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 78(4), pp.537 – 541.
  • Agrawal, V., Shrivastava, T.P., Adusumilli, P.K., Vivekanandan, K., Thota, P. and Bhushan, S., 2019. Pivotal role of Pharmacovigilance Programme of India in containment of antimicrobial resistance in India. Perspectives in clinical research, 10(3), p.140.
  • Kumar, A.P., Prasad, S.R., Parthasarathi, G. and Krishna, U., 2018. Assessment of adverse drug reactions to antiretroviral agents among HIV patients. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 8(2), pp.079 – 082.
  • Kumar, V., Kalaiselvan, V., Kumar, A.P., Saurabh, A., Thota, P., Sidhu, S. and Medhi, B., 2018. Cefixime-associated acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis: Rare cases in India. Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 50(4), p.204.
  • Kumar, P., Kaur, I., Kalaiselvan, V. and Singh, A., 2017. Safety monitoring of local anaesthetic drugs from the perspective of Pharmacovigilance Programme of India. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia, 61(7), p.534.
  • Kumar, A.P., Sarathi, G.P., Sudheer, A.P., Mothi, S.N., Swamy, V.H. and Rao, Srirama, 2017. Incidence and risk factors of renal impairment in HIV‑1 infected patients receiving tenofovir based antiretroviral therapy in a South Indian hospital. Int J Pharm Pharm Sci, 9, pp.152 – 5.
  • Kumar, A.P., Bhoopathi, D., Sunkara, Haripriya, and Chalasani, S.H., 2020. An Overview of Various Scales Used In Causality Assessment Of Adverse Drug Reactions. Int J Pharm Pharm Sci.
  • Lokesh, R.V., Adusumilli Pramod, K., Shashi, B., Kalaiselvan, V. and Nath, S.G., 2019. Integration of Pharmacy Education and Pharmacovigilance: Scope and Challenges in India. Ind J Pharma Edu Res, 53(2), pp.202 – 7.
  • Dharini, B., Reddy, N., Deepalakshmi, M. and Kumar, P., 2018. Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice toward Pharmacovigilance and adverse drug reaction reporting among nursing staff and students. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, pp.62 – 67.
  • Rahul K. P., Pramod Adusumilli, K., Raghava K. M., Samaksha P. B., Manohar G. A., Krishna U. Safety and Effectiveness of Hydroxychloroquine in the treatment of Type‑2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. Journal of Young Pharmacist, 14(4), pp.402 – 7.
  • Clinical Outcomes of Use of Hydroxychloroquine in Paradoxical Tuberculosus-Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome in HIV-Infected Patients. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 11(2), pp. 439 – 41.

  1. LEE Foundation Award’, in attending Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy’ conference conducted by National University of Singapore, Singapore, 14th to 16th Nov 2013.
  2. Best poster award in 3rd International Conference on Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Trails, 27th — 29th October 2014, Hyderabad (OMICS Group)
  3. Best Technical Associate award by National Coordination Centre, Pharmacovigilance Programme of India’ from Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI), 2015.
  4. Best poster award in the KSPOR, P4 5th National Conference on Patient safety and Pharmacoeconomics’ held at Krupanidhi College, Bangalore, 21st & 22nd Aug. 2015.
  5. Best poster award in the ASICON, 9th National Conference on AIDS society of India’, Mumbai, 7th to 9th October 2016.
  6. Awarded with APACC Conference Participation Grant’ for attending 2nd International Asia Pacific AIDS and Co-infections Conference at Hong Kong, 1st June – 3rd June 2017.
  7. Presented with Pillar of strength award by Bioclinica Pvt. Ltd. (contract research organisation) in the year 2019.

  • A.P, PCI

    Registered Pharmacist

  • Life Member

    AIDS Society of India