Suchitra Chari's Profile

M.S. Pharmacology, M.Sc. Biological Sciences

Suchitra Chari

Suchitra has completed her M.S. in Pharmacology at Northeastern University, Boston in addition to B. Pharmacy and M.Sc Biological Sciences from BITS Pilani. She is currently pursuing the AMWA (American Medical Writer’s Association) Essential Skills Certification course. She has around 12 years of research experience in the field of Neuropharmacology, Drug Metabolism and Biochemistry. Her education background in biology and pharmacology and work experience in neuropharmacology and drug metabolism has given her good knowledge on the drugs in the market, their benefits, side effects and interactions. Suchitra hopes to bring her expertise to the field of medical writing by providing accurate and authentic information about diseases and conditions, drugs and supplements to the general public. Her hobbies include reading, traveling, cooking and cycling.

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Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Therapeutic drug monitoring is measuring drug concentrations at specific intervals in a patient's bloodstream to maintain it within a therapeutic window.

Drug Related Articles
World Hemophilia Day – Sharing Knowledge Makes Us Stronger

World Hemophilia Day – Sharing Knowledge Makes Us Stronger

World Hemophilia Day is to be celebrated on 17th April with the theme that says “Sharing Knowledge Makes Us Stronger”.

Health Watch
Tonsil Stones

Tonsil Stones

Tonsil stones or tonsilloliths are deposits of calcified debris of bacterial cells, lymphocytes, and food particles that are a cause of bad breath or halitosis.

Disease & Condition
Rasmussen's Encephalitis Recently Proved to be An Autoimmune Disease

Rasmussen's Encephalitis Recently Proved to be An Autoimmune Disease

Rasmussen's encephalitis has recently been proved to be an autoimmune disorder by researchers who worked on humanized mice to study the disease.

Health In Focus
Biomarkers can Reveal 'Strategic Time Period' for Cancer Drugs to Act

Biomarkers can Reveal 'Strategic Time Period' for Cancer Drugs to Act

Novel biomarker of blood vessel activity that can help optimize the timing of anti-cancer drugs has been found, says study.

Health In Focus