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Prepared over the course of 30+ years of teaching Pharmacology, Dr. Madhav Mutalik’s notes have helped hundreds of students understand the basics and sparked genuine interest for a subject that many consider ‘difficult’.

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About Dr Madhav Mutalik

After the medical degree of MBBS and postgraduate degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Pharmacology, Dr Madhav Mutalik acquired his masters in Business Administration.

With a vast work experience of 35 years, Dr Madhav Mutalik has excelled in teaching Pharmacology and Behavioral Science at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Indian as well as American curricula. He has been framing and teaching pharmacology curricula in varied branches including Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Emergency Medicine, and Critical Care Nursing. He is an author of the chapter – Drug Interactions: A Comprehensive Update in the book: Modern Advances in Pharmaceutical Research.

He sits on review boards and editorial boards of biomedical journals. He published his research in acclaimed journals including British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research (Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International), International Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, International Journal of Current Research and Review, South East Asian Journal of Medical Education, Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism, and others. 

His research has a flavor of interesting experiments and techniques in the field of medical education. He has implemented innovative curricula based on primary mental abilities and learning styles. His methods of fish-bowl seminars, self-talk, video lecturing, and social learning make him an aspiring teacher.

He received basic and advanced training in health science education, bioethics, biomedical writing, medical transcription, and communication skills. He has been a popular speaker and a resource faculty at workshops, conferences, and orientation programs.

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  1. Sir you are a wonderful person and phenomenal teacher. You are continuous source of inspiration to all. I wish you all the bests for future endeavours.

  2. I used to think pharmacology is bit tricky and the interplay between pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics is very complicated. But, after going through these comprehensive notes it is not at all difficult. Even my friends from other colleges are finding pharmacology interesting!
    Notes are so organised that they are very helpful for last minute revision. Q and A format makes it super easy to recollect in examination.
    Notes are helping so many students amazingly well! Thank you so much Dr. Madhav Mutalik sir.

    1. Thanks for all the nice words. Yes, pharmacology is interesting. If one starts enjoying it, it is the success of teaching-learning phenomenon.

    1. Yes. Thanks. Now that the videos are also there, it’s similar to one-to-one teaching. Enjoy the beauty of pharmacology by understanding the basic concepts. Once logical thinking is developed, there is no need of rote learning.

  3. I just love ur videos sir. U correlate concepts clinically and it is going to be really helpful in clinical practice. After watching ur lectures i found pharmacology very interesting. The way of teaching is just awesome as u interpret our questions in mind prior only… without even having the need to put forth those questions. Thank u so much sir❤

    1. Thank you, and I am glad you could appreciate the beauty of it. Keep it up. The website is free, request your juniors and colleagues to make use of it. Thanks again.

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