Department of Pharmacology

  •           The Department is a unit of education activities for all lecturers of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine UGM in conducting academic and laboratory activities for both education and research. The Pharmacology Section began to construct in January 1958 under the leadership of Dr. drh. R. Asoeng Pranoto. The managed subjects are General Therapy, General Pharmacology, and Specific Pharmacology. General Pharmacology Lectures are given to level III students and General Therapy for level IV students.

               Like other laboratory sections at that time there was still very little practice equipment for students. The name of the Pharmacology section was changed to the Pharmacology Section in 1973. The section manages General Pharmacology, Pharmacodynamics-Pharmacotherapy I and II, and Toxicology subjects. In 1974 the use of the Semester Credit System took place by adjusting the course management to General Pharmacology, Pharmacotherapy and Toxicology-Chemotherapy. In 1985, there was another curriculum change that reduced credit from 11 credits (subjects in 1974) to 7 credits, namely Pharmacodynamics (2 credits), Pharmacotherapy (3 credits) and Toxicology Chemotherapy (2 credits). In its development, the pharmacology section follows the current curriculum with managed subjects namely Basic Pharmacology (2 credits) for 3rd semester students, Pharmacotherapy I (2 credits and 1 credits of practicum) given to 5th semester students, Pharmacotherapy II and Toxicology (2 credits) for 6th semester students, Veterinary Pharmacy and Receptive Science (2 credits and 1 practicum credits) for 7th semester students, and elective courses for 8th semester students, namely Natural Medicine (2 credits) and Veterinary Pharmacy Management (2 credits).

               The Pharmacology Section occupies the second floor of the middle section in Sekip Unit II Building with some spaces for lecturer rooms, assistant rooms, laboratories, and administration and warehouse rooms. After the new building in Karangmalang was completed, the Pharmacology section, which at that time had changed its name to the Pharmacology Department, occupies the third floor of V-2 Building at the same time as the Veterinary Public Health Department.

              The organizational structure of the Pharmacology Section since mid-1959 began from 6 personnel with section head, 2 student assistants, 1 person assembler and 2 administrative staffs.

              The first head of the Pharmacology Section was Dr. drh R. Asoeng Pranoto. Because he moved to the Veterinary Virology Institute in Surabaya, his leadership was replaced by Drh. Imam Soetoro Ronoatmodjo. In November 1972 drh. Imam Soetoro Ronoatmodjo passed away, then the position of head of section was replaced by Dra. Harsini Hartono, S.U. In 1979 until 1988, there was a change in the organizational structure from the Department of Pharmacology, Physiology and Biochemistry to the Department chaired by Assistant Dean I (Drs. B. Sardjono).

               After 1988 the name of the Department changed again to Section. The next head of section was drh. Soesapto Dirdjosoedjono, M.Sc. (passed away in 1996) and then replaced by drh. Syarufuddin Tato, SU. (1996-1999), then replaced by drh. Puspa Wikan Sari, SU. (1999). The term head of the department has now changed to chief of department and this period is held by Dr. drh. Agustina Dwi Wijayanti, M.P.

               Lecturers who are currently working in the Department of Pharmacology are Dr. drh. Agustina Dwi Wijayanti, M.P., drh. Antasiswa Windraningtyas Rosetyadewi, M.Sc., drh. Dwi Cahyo Budi Setiawan, M.Sc., drh. Anggi Muhtar Pratama, M.Sc., and Ida Fitriana, S.Farm., Apt., M.Sc. While the Administrative Staff and Laboratory are Baroroh and Buang.

  • UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL:

    DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY

    1. Course name : Basic Pharmacology, Code : KH KH 3042,  Credit : 2

      Description      :  module content are introduction to pharmacology, Drug administration, Drug fate and mechanism of action, Receptor theory, Drugs antagonism and interaction, Neurotransmitters, Pharmacogenomic/genetic

      Learning objective:

      1. To know and understand the basic pharmacology especially of drug’s fate and mechanism of action of drugs in the body.
      2. Able to explain and illustrate the drug’s absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion (ADME), receptor theory, agonis and antagonism; interaction;neurotransmitters action caused by the substances or drugs; and the novel theory of drugs.
      3. Capable in collaborating work of team/group have the curiousity and antusiasm to topic of each subject, able to conclude the summary of discussion

       

      Responsible     :  Dr. drh. Agustina Dwi Wijayanti, M.P.
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    2. Course name: Pharmacotherapy 1, code: KHU 5032, credit: 2/0

      Responsible: Dr. drh. Agustina Dwi Wijayanti, M.P.
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    3. Course name: Prescription Writing and Veterinary Pharmacy, code: KHU 4034, credit: 1/1Responsible: Dr. drh. Agustina Dwi Wijayanti, M.P.
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  • Chief:

    Dr. drh. Agustina Dwi Wijayanti, M.P.

    Secretary:

    Dr. drh. Gagak Donny Satria, M.P. M.Pd.

    Lecturers:

    drh. Puspa Wikan Sari, S.U.
    drh. Antasiswa Windraningtyas Rosetyadewi, M.Sc.
    drh. Dwi Cahyo Budi Setiawan, M.Sc.
    Ida Fitriana, Apt., M.Sc.
    drh. Anggi Muhtar Pratama, M.Sc.

    Academic Supporting Staffs:

    Baroroh
    Buang

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