CURRICULUM VITAE Rajesh Kumar Goel EDUCATION Bachelor of Pharmacy (Amravati University, Amravati, (M.S.) India, 1993). Master of Pharmacy in Pharmacology (Panjab University, Chandigarh, India,1995). Ph.D. in Pharmacology (Panjab University, Chandigarh, India, 2004). APPOINTMENTS Associate Professor and Head, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research,
Punjabi University (Patiala, India), since April 2010.
Reader inPharmacology at the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research,
Punjabi University (Patiala, India), 3 years.
Lecturer in Pharmacology at the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Guru Nanak Dev Lecturer in Pharmacology at the Shivalik College of Pharmacy (Nangal, India), 2 years. TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Vast experience of around 17 years of teaching Pharmacology, Advanced Pharmacological
Techniques, Clinical Pharmacology, Pathology, Anatomy Physiology and many more at
undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate level.
08 Ph.D. Students; 19 Postgraduate Students.
PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN Computer-aided study of hidden potential in traditional Indian medicine and its pharmacological validation. Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, India (jointly
with, Institute of Biomedical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow,
Phytopharmacological investigations of anticonvulsant potential of Ficus religiosa.
University Grant Commission, New Delhi, India, 2009-2012.
Computer aided virtual designing, synthesis and evaluation of benzimidazoles as neuropsychpharmacological agents. University Grant Commission, New Delhi, India, 2008- Synthesis and evaluation of novel 1,4-dihydropyridines. Council of Scientific and Industrial Synthesis and evaluation of monocyclic β-lactams as hypocholesterolemic agents. Guru
Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (from unassigned grant of University Grant Commission, New
Member of the Indian Pharmaceutical Association, India; Member of the Indian Pharmacological Society, India; Editorial Board Member of Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research; Member of the Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India, India; Reviewer for several International Journals Published by Elsevier, Springer, Wiley, etc; Chairman of the Research Board Committee, Punjabi University; Chairman of the Board of Studies, Punjabi University; Chairman of the Board of Control, Punjabi University;
Chairman of the Institute Animal Ethical Committee, Punjabi University, Member of the
technical expert committee All India Council of Technical Education, New Delhi, Member of
the technical expert committee Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi, Member of the
technical expert committee Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, Member of the expert
committee Punjab Technical Education Board, Chandigarh, Served as examiner for several Indian Universities.
Junior Research Fellowship During M. Pharmacy from UGC, Ministry of Human Resource and
Singh B, Singh D, Goel RK (2012). Dual protective effect of Passiflora incarnata in epilepsy
and associated post-ictal depression. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 139: 273-279.
Singh D, Singh B, Goel RK (2011). Role of saponins for the anticonvulsant effect of
adventitious roots of Ficus religiosa.
Pharmaceutical Biology DOI:
Mishra A, Goel RK (2011). Age dependent learning and memory deficit in Pentylenetetrazol
kindled mice. European Journal of Pharmacology DOI:10.1016/j.ejphar.2011.11.010
Gupta S, Agrawal BK, Sehajpal PK, Goel RK (2011). Prevalence and predictors of essential
hypertension in the rural population of Haryana, India: an hospital based study. Journal of Rural and Tropical Public Health 10: 29–34
Singh B, Mishra A, Goel RK (2011). Anticonvulsant activity of Passiflora incarnata: no role of
chrysin. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results 2: 51-54.
Singh D, Singh B, Goel RK (2011). Hydroethanolic leaf extract of Ficus religiosa lacks
anticonvulsant activity in acute electro and chemo convulsion mice models. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results 2: 58-61.
Singh D, Singh B, Goel RK (2011). Traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology of Ficus religiosa: a review. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 134: 565–583.
Khurna N, Ishar MPS, Gajbhiye A, Goel RK (2011). PASS assisted prediction and
pharmacological evaluation of novel nicotinic analogs for nootropic activity in mice. European Journal of Pharmacology 662: 22-30.
Singh AP, Goel RK, Kaur T (2011). Mechanisms pertaining to arsenic toxicity. Toxicology
Goel RK, Singh D, Lagunin A, Poroikov V (2011). PASS-assisted exploration of new
therapeutic potential of natural products. Medicinal Chemistry Research 20:1509–1514. Goel RK, Bagga P. (2010) Cobalt chloride induced histotoxic cerebral hypoxia: A new
experimental model to study neuroprotective effect. Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research 1: 88-95
Kaur H, Singh D, Singh B, Goel RK (2010). Anti-amnesic effect of Ficus religiosa in
scopolamine-induced anterograde and retrograde amnesia. Pharmaceutical Biology 48: 234–
Kaur T, Goel RK, Balakumar P (2010). Effect of rosiglitazone in sodium arsenite-induced
experimental vascular endothelial dysfunction. Archives of Pharmacal Research 33: 611-618.
Kaur M, Goel RK (2011). Anti-convulsant activity of Boerhaavia diffusa: plausible role of
calcium channel antagonism. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.,Article ID 310420, 7 pages doi:10.1093/ecam/nep192.
Niazi J, Singh P, Bansal Y, Goel RK (2009). Anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic
activity of aqueous extract of fresh leaves of Coccinia indica. Inflammopharmacology 17:239-
Singh D, Goel RK (2009). Anticonvulsant effect of Ficus religiosa: role of serotonergic
pathways. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 123: 330-334.
Singh D, Goel RK (2010). Proconvulsant potential of cyproheptadine in experimental animal
models. Fundamental and Clinical Pharmacology 24: 451–455
Gupta S, Agrawal BK, Goel RK, Sehajpal PK (2009). Angiotensin-converting enzyme gene
polymorphism in hypertensive rural population of Haryana, India. Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock 2:150-154.
Mittal M, Goel RK, Bhargava G, Mahajan MP (2008). PASS-assisted exploration of
antidepressant activity of 1,3,4-trisubstituted-β-lactam derivatives. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 18: 5347-5349.
Marwaha A, Goel RK, Mahajan MP (2007). PASS-predicted design, synthesis and biological
evaluation of cyclic nitrones as nootropics Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 17: Goel RK, Kumar V, Mahajan MP (2005). Quinazolines revisited: search novel anxiolytic and
GABAergic agents. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 15: 2145-2148. Goel RK, Thind AS, Bal CS, Mahajan MP, Kulkarni SK (2005). Hypocholesterolemic activity
of some novel azetidin-2-ones in diet and diabetes induced hypercholesterolemia in rats. Die Pharmazie 60: 369-374. Goel RK, Singh A, Naidu PS, Mahajan MP, Kulkarni SK (2005). PASS-assisted search and
evaluation of some as CNS active agents. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Goel RK, Mahajan MP, Kulkarni SK (2004). Evaluation of some novel 2-azetidinones as
antihyperglycemic agents in alloxan induced diabetes in rats. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 7: 80-83. Goel RK, Singh A, Mahajan MP, Kulkarni SK (2004). Evaluation of anti-inflammatory and anti-
hyperalgesic activity of some novel monocyclic β- lactam compounds in rats. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 66: 87-91.
Kulkarni SK, Goel RK (1996). Gastric anti-ulcer activity of UL-409 in rats. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 34: 683-688. More information can be found at:
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