Instead of telling you boring details of the MD Pharmacology course, I will tell you my own story in brief of MD Pharmacology, what I know/ learned about it in the past few years about the course, what kind of job profiles and salary you can get, and the opinion of people working in the industry.
How & Why I took MD Pharmacology
I have done my MD Pharmacology from Dept. of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai. I finished my MD in 2017, after which I did my 1-year bonded service from the same department. Right now, I am working as an Assistant Professor at the same place.
10 thoughts on “MD Pharmacology Course: All You Need to Know”
Great to hear about your story, sir.
I got all my answers in this post…Thanks buddy…From bottom of my heart
Thanks bro. This is what I want. Because I want the real feedback from the people who works in the industry, then only we get a clear idea about it.
great job dr. paresh its really helping
Thank you for the appreciation.
Sir, is it easy to get a job in pharma company after md pharmacology??
What special skills we need to acquire during our residency??
Thanks in advance
Nothing is easy in life but yes, you can get in Pharma companies. I have seen not so bright people get into it as well. Main skills are communication, presentation, analytical and research.
What about the rumblings that the field is saturated and job opportunities are pretty hard to come by?
I’m fairly certain I don’t want to take up a clinical residency, I cannot do justice to such a thing, and pharma is something that catches my eye, but do not want to spend three more years in something that wouldn’t yield anything.
Also, what would be your college picks for a good programme?
Job opportunities are enough. I haven’t seen even below average students jobless for more than fee months.
KEM, JIPMER, CMC are good.
Not at all. Industry is on the verge of saturation.