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Simulated Animal Experiments

Simulated Animal Pharmacology Experiments have an impact on pharmaceutical research and education. These experiments use advanced computer models and virtual simulations to copy how animals react to different drugs. This removes the need to test on live animals. As a result, it tackles ethical issues and makes sure the results are the same each time.

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Dr. R. Raveendran

Dr. R. Raveendran, currently a Senior Professor of Pharmacology at JIPMER, Pondicherry, did his MD in Pharmacology at JIPMER and Diploma in Clinical Pharmacology at St. Bathalomew's Medical College in London, UK. He joined JIPMER as a faculty member in 1993 and is passionate about making software for medical education. He has published over 50 research papers in international and national journals and authored a book. He has been the chief editor of the Indian Journal of Pharmacology and the Journal of Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics.Armed with his vast experience in Experimental Pharmacology, he started making computer-simulated animal experiments in the late 1980s, and way back in 1989, he came out with a package named ExPharm in GW-BASIC. Later, it was ported to QuickBasic in 1992 and then to Visual BASIC for Windows in 1997, which was distributed complimentary on his website and CDs for a nominal fee.


Dr. C. R. Patil

C. R. Patil is working as a Professor of Pharmacology at R. C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Shirpur, Maharastra. He is a recipient of the prestigious ‘National Teacher Award-2023’ and ‘Innovator Teacher Award-2018’ conferred by the Government of India. On the research front, he has received the ‘Young Scientist Award-2016’ from the CCRH, Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India for his research work in alternative medicines.


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Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) package that simulates 32 animal experiments for students doing a course in pharmacology in medical, pharmacy, veterinary and allied medical sciences colleges.

The inclusion of animated sequences enhances the realism of the simulation, making the learning experience more engaging and effective. The overall package, with its 32 programs, covers a broad spectrum of pharmacological experiments, offering a comprehensive tool for students and researchers in the field of pharmacology.

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