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Dr. Pallavi Jamadagni, Toxicology, Best Researcher Award

Doctorate at Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and HomoeopathyThis link is disabled, India


Dr. Pallavi Jamadagni is a highly accomplished professional in the field of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology. She holds a Master’s degree (M.V.Sc.) from Bombay Veterinary College, Mumbai, affiliated with Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, Nagpur, Maharashtra.

With a rich educational background, Dr. Jamadagni has embarked on a successful career, demonstrating her expertise through various research projects and roles. Her research experience spans across different institutions and encompasses diverse areas within the realm of pharmacology and toxicology.

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👩‍🎓Education & Qualification:

Dr. Pallavi Jamadagni has the following educational qualifications:

B.V.Sc.& A.H. (Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry)

  • Institute: KNP Veterinary College, Shirwal, Dist Satara, Maharashtra
  • University: Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, Nagpur, Maharashtra
  • Year of Passing: 2003

M.V.Sc. (Master of Veterinary Science in Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology)

  • Institute: Bombay Veterinary College, Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • University: Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, Nagpur, Maharashtra
  • Year of Passing: 2005

Work Experience:

Dr. Pallavi Jamadagni’s diverse research experience includes roles such as Study Director at Intox Pvt. Ltd., Pune, where she conducted regulatory toxicity studies in a GLP facility. She has also served as a Lecturer at Bombay Veterinary College, Parel, Mumbai, delivering lectures and practical classes for undergraduate students in the field of Veterinary Science. Additionally, her expertise extends to Veterinary Consultation at the Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Nayer Medical College, Bombay Central, Mumbai, focusing on the care, management, and treatment of laboratory animals.

Furthermore, Dr. Jamadagni has contributed significantly as a Senior Research Fellow in Pharmacology at CCRAS Headquarters, New Delhi, where she reviewed regulatory toxicity study reports, compiled data, and prepared monographs. She has also held roles as a Research Officer in Pharmacology at NRIADD, Kolkata, and RARI, Pune, involving the pharmacological and toxicological screening of drugs in these research institutions. This wealth of experience showcases her dedication to various aspects of veterinary pharmacology and toxicology research.

Research Areas:

Dr. Pallavi Jamadagni’s research areas encompass a diverse range of topics within the field of veterinary pharmacology and toxicology. Some of the highlighted research areas based on the mentioned projects include:

Wound Healing Properties: Exploration of chronic excision wound healing properties of Jatyadi Ghrita in diabetes-induced rats.

Anti-Diabetic Activity: In-vitro anti-diabetic activity of Mimosa pudica.

Safety Studies: Evaluation of in-vitro safety studies of Ayurvedic drugs/plant extracts with special reference to genotoxicity.

Hepatoprotective Activity: Exploratory evaluation of hepatoprotective activity of Aarogyavardhini Vati in experimental animal models.

Anti-Cancer Activity: Anti-cancer activity of Chaulmoogra Oil and Shwetha Sarshapa choorna in the treatment of epidermal carcinoma in experimental mice.

Mitochondrial ATP Regeneration: Exploratory study of Ushna and Sheeta Veerya based on mitochondrial ATP regeneration and electron transport.

Neuroprotective Effect: Exploration of Medhya properties (neuroprotective effect) of Yastimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn.), Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), and Vacha (Acorus calamus) in an animal model of neurotoxicity.

These areas collectively showcase Dr. Pallavi Jamadagni’s commitment to conducting impactful research that spans various aspects of pharmacology and toxicology, particularly in the context of Ayurvedic medicine and holistic health.

Publication Top Noted:

Dr. Pallavi Jamadagni has contributed significantly to the scientific literature, particularly in the areas of pharmacognosy, toxicology, and Ayurvedic medicine. Here are some of her notable publications:

Review of Holarrhena antidysenterica (L.) Wall. ex A. DC.: Pharmacognostic, pharmacological, and toxicological perspective

  • Authors: Jamadagni, P.S., Pawar, S.D., Jamadagni, S.B., Gaidhani, S.N., Murthy, S.N.
  • Published in Pharmacognosy Reviews, 2017, 11(22), pp. 141–144
  • Link to Review
  • Citations: 26

Toxicity study of swarna bhasma, an Ayurvedic medicine containing gold, in Wistar rats

  • Authors: Jamadagni, P.S., Jamadagni, S.B., Singh, A., Gaidhani, S.N., Hazra, J.
  • Published in Toxicology International, 2015, 22(3), pp. 11–17
  • Link to Article
  • Citations: 5

Punarnava mandur: Toxicity study of classical Ayurvedic formulation in Wistar rats

  • Authors: Jamadagni, P.S., Jamadagni, S.B., Neogy, M., Upadhyay, S.N., Hazra, J.
  • Published in the International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy, 2013, 4(3), pp. 390–397
  • Link to Article
  • Citations: 1

Spontaneous Nonmetastatic Choriocarcinoma, Yolk Sac Carcinoma, Embryonal Carcinoma, and Teratoma in the Testes of a Swiss Albino Mouse

  • Authors: Jamadagni, S.B., Jamadagni, P.S., Lacy, S.H., Gaidhani, S.N., Hazra, J.
  • Published in Toxicologic Pathology, 2013, 41(3), pp. 532–536
  • Link to Article
  • Citations: 4

A Spontaneous Teratocarcinoma in the Testis of a Swiss Albino Mouse

  • Authors: Jamadagni, S.B., Jamadagni, P.S., Upadhyay, S.N., Gaidhani, S.N., Hazra, J.
  • Published in Toxicologic Pathology, 2011, 39(2), pp. 414–417
  • Link to Article
  • Citations: 7

These publications reflect Dr. Jamadagni’s expertise and contributions to the understanding of pharmacological and toxicological aspects of Ayurvedic formulations and medicinal plants.


Pallavi Jamadagni | Toxicology | Best Researcher Award

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