ISSN: 2277-3657
DOI Prefix: 10.51847

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Allied Sciences

About us

The International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Allied Sciences (IJPRAS) is an international double-blind peer-reviewed open access journal. The quarterly publishing journal is multi-disciplinary pharmaceutical & scientific journal that serves scientific information, studies, and scientific outcomes of various international pharmaceutical & scientific industries, institutes and forums. 

The journal particularly aims to foster the dissemination of scientific information by publishing manuscripts related to current Pharmaceutical as well as allied sciences fields. It publishes full research papers presenting original, high quality research, critical review articles providing comprehensive analysis of research & development within a defined area. The journal provides an intellectual platform for discussion and dissemination of new ideas and latest research in pharmaceutical and allied science.


Aim and Scope
The aim of our journal is publishing articles in the developing field of pharmaceutical research and allied sciences. We publish articles that enrich the practice of pharmaceutical and allied sciences marketing while simultaneously making significant contributions to the theoretical advancement of the discipline. All articles appearing in the journal are peer reviewed to ensure academic rigor and practical relevance. 

Applying the research concept in the pharmaceutical and allied sciences sectors has recently caught the attention of scholars and practitioners alike. However, research concept practice as applied to these sectors remains relatively under-explored. The purpose of this new journal is to bridge this gap, and to advance our theoretical and empirical understanding of research in the field of pharmaceutical and allied sciences.



Pharmaceutical Sciences: Pharmaceutics, Formulation Science (Solids, Topical, Parenteral NDDS), Polymer Sciences, Pharmacology & Toxicology, Nanotechnology, Medicinal Chemistry, Biopharmaceutics, Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmacognosy, Pharmacovigilance, Pharmacogenomics, Biotechnology, Pharmacoinformatics, Pharmaceutical Technology, Drug Regulatory Affairs, Pharmaceutical Technology & Analytical Chemistry etc.

Allied Sciences: Biology, Medical Sciences, Psychology, Health Outcomes Research, Evidence Based Medicine, Microbiology, Neurosciences, Pathology, Biomaterial Sciences, Natural Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Physiology, Biochemistry, Agronomy, Animal & Veterinary Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Food & Food Industry etc.

In order to enhance the breadth and depth of our journal's coverage, we are committed to broadening the scope of accepted submissions within the realm of pharmaceutical research and allied sciences. Our aim is to encompass a wider spectrum of topics, ranging from traditional pharmaceutical sciences like pharmaceutics and pharmacology to interdisciplinary fields such as pharmacogenomics and precision medicine. Additionally, we seek to explore emerging areas of research that intersect with pharmaceutical sciences, including but not limited to bioinformatics, computational biology, and biotechnology. By expanding our scope, we aim to provide a platform for researchers to disseminate their findings and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in these rapidly evolving fields.



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Publishing Schedule: 4 issues per year (January, April, July, October).

Top Articles
Relationship between Learning Style and Academic Performance among the Generation Z Students in Kuala Lumpur
Written by Siti Aishah Hanawi   Published On Issue 3 Vol 11, 2022
Every student has a unique learning style. Their personalities are shaped by factors affecting their learning styles. Besides that, it is evident that students’ distinctive learning style has a significant impact on their academic success. A cross-sectional study was done to investigate the degree of association between students’ learning styles and academic achievement. This research was conducted in Kuala Lumpur, and the participants were first- to third-year biomedical science stu Read More

Impact of a Healthy Lifestyle on the Psychological Well-being of University Students
Written by Hanawi S. A.   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2020
Health can influence eating habits and also mental and social well-being. This cross-sectional study was conducted to determine the relationship between healthy lifestyle and stress among 173 university students using Simple Lifestyle Indicator Questionnaire (SLIQ) and Depression, Anxiety and Stress Score-42 (DASS-42) to measure their emotional states of depression, anxiety and stress. The results indicated that 71.8% were categorized as having an unhealthy lifestyle and 28.2% an intermediate li Read More

Awareness of HPV Screening and Vaccination in King Saud Medical City, KSA
Written by Alaa Ahmad Sulaiman   Published On Issue 3 Vol 12, 2023
There are misconceptions, stigmas, and poor awareness associated with cervical cancer and the HPV vaccine that affect vaccination uptake rates. This study aimed to examine the gender differences, socioeconomic status, stigmas, and misconceptions associated with the HPV vaccine and cervical cancer. A cross-sectional study was conducted among patients aged 18 years and above who attended King Saud Medical City in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Hospital employees and healthcare workers were excluded from th Read More

Low Back Pain, Disability and Quality of Life among Health Care Workers
Written by Nehad Ahmed Ibrahim Zahra   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2020
Health workers usually have the highest incidence of work-related back injuries which influence their work. Low back pain patients suffer not only from physical discomfort but also from functional disabilities that may cause impairment and interfere with their quality of life. This study is aimed at evaluating low back pain, disability and quality of life among health care workers. This is a descriptive study which was conducted at four primary health care centres in Tabuk. Non-probability purpo Read More

Latest Articles
Pharmaceutical Impurities and Their Regulatory Aspects with a Special Focus on Genotoxic Impurities
Written by Venkateswara Raju Kalidindi   Published On Issue 2 Vol 13, 2024
Drug impurity profile studies have changed significantly during the past ten years, as demonstrated by pharmacopeia and regulatory standards. This review article aims to give viewers a thorough understanding of the numerous facts of impurity profiling in relation to regulatory criteria. Comprehensive information on residual solvents, water impurities, elemental impurities, carcinogenicity and an overview of the most critical components of genotoxic contaminants. To ensure the drug products fulfi Read More

Antioxidant, Thrombolytic, and Neuropharmacological Studies on Methanol Extract of Macaranga Indica Wight Leaves
Written by M Miskhat-Ul-Jannat   Published On Issue 2 Vol 13, 2024
The current study aimed to assess the phytochemical profile of Macaranga indica (MI) leaves, as well as their antioxidant, thrombolytic, and neuropharmacological activities. Methanol extract from Macaranga indica (MEMI) Wight leaves was used to investigate these activities to validate the therapeutic profile using a well-established method. GraphPad Prism, version 9.4.1 was used to analyze the experimental results. In vitro, the antioxidant DPPH free radical scavenging assay yielded an IC50 valu Read More

Exploring Recent Updates on Molecular Docking: Types, Method, Application, Limitation & Future Prospects
Written by Mahendra Kumar Sahu   Published On Issue 2 Vol 13, 2024
Molecular docking serves as a crucial computational tool in the realm of drug discovery and development, aimed at understanding the interactions between small molecules and target proteins. This abstract delves into the objective of elucidating the evolution of molecular docking techniques, their current applications, and potential future directions. Through a comprehensive review of the literature and analysis of recent advancements, this abstract provides insights into the methodologies employ Read More

Hepatoprotective Activity of Calycopteris floribunda on Clopidogrel and Atorvastatin Induced Hepatic Damage in Rodents
Written by Jada Naga Lakshmi   Published On Issue 2 Vol 13, 2024
Preclinical testing hepatoprotective potential of hydroalcoholic leaf extract of Calycopteris floribunda against liver damage caused by atorvastatin and clopidogrel. Atorvastatin and clopidogrel were delivered intraperitoneally for 14 days at 80mg/kg and 20mg/kg respectively, while leaf extract was given orally for the same period at 200mg/kg and 400mg/kg. To evaluate the impact of the leaf extract on the atorvastatin and clopidogrel-induced liver damage, many biochemical markers, Serum glutamat Read More

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