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Interview | Vikas KumarnbspClinical Pharmacology and Bi
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Vikas Kumar
Vikas Kumar

Vikas Kumar
Associate Professor
Department of Pharmaceutics
Indian Institute of Technology
Banaras Hindu University
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Vikas Kumar is an Associate Professor of Pharmacology in the Department of Pharmaceutics in Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, India. He completed his Ph.D in 2001 and started his career as a Scientist C. He has differennt publications like Paper (National & International), Abstracts (national & International), Books and Chapters in Books.

Research Interest

Ultimate goal of his research efforts is to discover therapeutic hits and leads suitable for drug development purpose, or for better standardization of therapeutically used herbal extracts. For such purposes, efforts are made to identify bioactive constituent(s) of plant extracts and to clarify their molecular mechanisms of actions. Therapeutic areas of my major interest are: 1) mental health problems, 2) metabolic disorders and 3) co-morbidities encountered in patients with these disorders. In short, his major research interest is to be able to translate traditionally known medicinal uses of herbs in terms of modern concepts of evidence based medicine. Knowledge and know how evolving from efforts made to achieve this goal is necessary for triggering the interest of rapidly growing Indian pharmaceutical industry in proper exploitation of herbs for health care purposes around the globe.