Institute of Pharmacy, Nirma University
Faculty Office, Block 302
Pharmacology and Clinical Research
Dr. Bhoomika M. Patel is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Pharmacology. With more than 13 years of experience in teaching, she is actively involved in research too. She has received two minor research projects from Gujarat Council On Science and Technology (GUJCOST) and major research project from Science Engineering and Research Board (SERB). In all, she has handled 06 research projects as investigator/co-investigator. She has published 51 full length papers in national and international journals with total impact factor more than 109, ‘h’ index 18 and total citations above 1300. She has also authored four books and three book chapters. She is reviewer for many journals with high impact factor of publishers like Elsevier, Springer, Bentham, Sage etc. She has attended and presented papers at various national and international level conferences including the one at Japan, Sweden and Singapore for which she has received travel grants from the AICTE, DST, CSIR, Nirma University. After completion of post-graduation, she has received 15 awards related to research, including Best research guide for national level “PharmInnova award”, Naranjan Dhalla Best Oral Presentation Award and Achari Prize. During her student life, she has a distinction of being the first rank holder (Gold medalist) for six consecutive years of BPharm and MPharm at Gujarat University. She got highest marks in final year BPharm among all universities of India for which she was awarded Prof. M. L. Khorana Medal of Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA). In addition, she was the national winner in the elocution competition at Indian Pharmaceutical Congress (IPC). In all, she is a recipient of more than thirty three awards/prizes. She is a life member of several professional bodies including IPA, APTI, IPS, IPGA, IHPA, SOPI, ISTE. She is a recognized PG and PhD guide at Nirma University. Her areas of interest are metabolic abnormalities in cancer, cachexia and cardiovascular diseases.