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Department of Pharmacology

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Prof. Dr. Mahmuda Begum
MBBS, M. Phil (Pharma)
Head of the Department

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Prof. Dr. Zaida Rahman
MBBS, M. Phil (Pharma)

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Dr. Halima Begum
MBBS, M. Phil (Pharma)
Associate Professor

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Dr. Ashrafun Naher Dina
MBBS, M. Phil (Pharma)
Assistant Professor

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Dr. Kaniz Fatema
MBBS
Lecturer

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Dr. Ezazul Hoque Iqubal
MBBS
Lecturer

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Dr. Md. Maruf Raihan Khan
MBBS
Lecturer

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Dr. Tamanna Afrin
MBBS
Lecturer

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Dr. Nahin Mahmud
MBBS
Lecturer

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Dr. Khan Sadia Afroz
MBBS
Lecturer

Senior Faculty Members

Prof. Dr. Mahmuda Begum passed MBBS from Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka in 1982. She obtained M.Phil degree in Pharmacology from the then Institute of Postgraduate Medicine and Research (IPGMR) under University of Dhaka in 1986.  Before joining Enam Medical College as Professor and Head of the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, she was Professor and Head of the Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics in Chittagong Medical College. She has a good number of publications in her credit.

Prof. Dr. Zaida Rahman passed MBBS from Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka in 2000. She did M. Phil degree in Pharmacology in 2005. Dr. Zaida joined Enam Medical College as Assistant Professor of Pharmacology & Therapeutics on April 1, 2006. Now she is Professor of Pharmacology & Therapeutics in Enam Medical College.

Dr. Halima Begum passed MBBS from Dhaka National Medical College in 2005. She obtained M. Phil in Pharmacology from Sir Salimullah Medical College in 2011. Before joining Enam Medical College as Assistant Professor she was lecturer in Pharmacology. Now she is Associate Professor of Pharmacology & Therapeutics in Enam Medical College.

Dr. Ashrafun Naher Dina passed MBBS from Rangpur Medical College in 2004. She passed M. Phil in Pharmacology from Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), Dhaka in 2011. She joined Enam Medical College as Assistant Professor of Pharmacology & Therapeutics in May 2013. Before joining here she was Assistant Professor in Nightingale Medical College.

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