The advancements in the field of biological, medicinal and pharmaceutical sciences need to cultivate novel research among the scientists. Research and publication are the means of disseminating and communicating scientific work from multiple disciplines to the world. Hamdard journal of Pharmacy is a peered review bi-annual journal for all disciplines of Pharmacy. The aim is to provide a forum for quality publications in field of Pharmacy. The objectives of HJP are to establish an effective channel of communication between researchers from academic and research institutions. It is dedicated to the development & innovation in the fields of biological, medicinal and pharmaceutical sciences and to cater the needs to cultivate research in field of Pharmacy. This journal is founded in February 2019. HJP is committed to promote and coordinate in the said fields from the researcher bench to the public health engaging the pharmaceutical industry to broaden its insight.
This journal is intended to be a leading source of scholarly articles and research papers. Our aim is to establish hassle free affordable publication to researchers and scholars.
Our mission of this journal is to create a central source of original research articles in field of Pharmacy. HJP will provide equal opportunity to present quality research to all in a very convenient and affordable manner with easy online open access to all students and researchers.
The journal aims to publish high quality original research papers, review articles, short communications, Case reports and letter to editors in all the disciplines of pharmaceutical and medicinal sciences. The areas are:
• Medicinal Chemistry
• Pharmaceutical Chemistry
• Pharmaceutical Analysis
• Standardization and Quality control of formulated drugs and raw materials
• Stability studies
• Toxicology and Drug Metabolism
• Bioavailability and Bioequivalence
• Biological evaluation
• Industrial Pharmacy
• Pharmaceutical Research and practice
• Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology
• Therapeutic drug monitoring
• Adverse drug reaction