Ms. Gouri Nair, works as Assistant professor at the Department of Pharmacology, RUAS since 2017 and has an overall teaching experience of 6 years. She teaches courses related to Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for both B. Pharm and Pharm D Students. She is actively involved in research activities and has published in peer reviewed journals. She has also received registration grant from International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology and European Society of Medical Oncology for presenting her research work. She is skilled in identifying Adverse drug reactions and has expertise in Genetics, Bioinformatics and Preclinical research.
Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Paramedical Sciences, Coimbatore
Ezhuthanchan College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kerala
Total Years Of Experience :
Industry: 3 months
Research Interests :
Research Expertise :
1. Gene expression studies
2. Bioinformatic studies
3. Anticancer studies
4. Preclinical studies
No. of UG Projects Guided: 02
No. of PG Projects Guided: 01
No. of PhD Projects Guided/Guiding: NIL
No. of Patents Filed / Published: NIL
No. of Patents Granted: NIL
No. of Publications National /International: 08
No. of Books Authored: Nil
No. of Book Chapters: 02
No. of Conference Papers International: 09
- Registration grants from European Society of Medical Oncology- Targeted Anticancer Therapies Virtual Congress 2021 to present abstract titled “Target mining and drug repurposing for Hepatocellular Carcinoma via bioinformatic and computational approaches”, 1st ‑2nd March 2021.
- Registration grants from International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology to attend and present abstracts titled “Safety profile of Thalidomide: Is it still Worth discussing?” in 12th Asian Conference Pharmacoepidemiology 2019, Kyoto, Japan. 11th – 13th Oct 2019.
- Best oral presentation titled “Herbal Extract Attenuates Paracetamol-Induced Hepatotoxicity in Rats: Role of Antioxidants” at An Insight into the future of Pharma Domain held at Calicut, Kerala hosted by College of Pharmaceutical Science, Government Medical College on March 2015.