Pharmaceutical Research and Development Institute



UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

 Pharmaceutical Research and Development Institute

 

ANALYTICAL SERVICE LABORATORIES

About the Institute

Pharmaceutical Research and Development Institute was established in 2014 and it comprises five units with a number of analytical laboratories equipped with sophisticated high tech instruments that are aimed to provide analytical services, shown on the opposite list of analytical services. Internationally approved official methods of qualitative and quantitative are adopted. The vision is to upgrade the scientific and technological base of chemical and pharmaceutical production and addressing research issues of national importance.

The targeted groups:

  1. Pharmaceutical and chemical industries.
  2. University staff and research students (pharmacists, chemists, Clinical and medical personnel, chemical engineers etc.), technicians and laboratory personnel.
  • Government Departments, private sector companies and individuals.
  1. Private business and companies groups
  2. Undergraduate and postgraduate research projects for UMST students, students of other universities and students of regional universities

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Typical analytical services:

  1. Pharmaceutical samples (raw materials and finished products, Pharmacokinetics studies)
  2. Environmental Samples
  • Mineralogical and soil analysis.
  1. Analysis of herbal preparations for safety and efficacy.
  2. Food Analysis
  3. Medicinal plants extract Analysis
  • Analysis of toxic and carcinogenic additives of Creams ointments and cosmetics.
  • Cosmetics analysis
  1. Analysis of precious minerals (gold, silver, etc) in samples of and rocks and sands.
  2. Quality Characteristics Analysis of industrial raw materials.

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Available Instruments

  1. Gas Chromatography/Mass spectrometry GC-MS
  2. Liquid Chromatography/Mass spectrometry LC-MS
  3. High Performance Liquid Chromatography, HPLC
  4. UV/vis Instrument
  5. Infra red Instrument IR
  6. Atomic Absorption Instrument, A AS

 

Contact information:

Tel.   2196

P.O. Box: 12810 Khartoum – SUDAN

Dr Alawia Imam’s Pharmaceutical Development Center

 

UMST and the Control of Onchocerciasis (River Blindness) in the Sudan



UMST and the Control of Onchocerciasis (River Blindness) in the Sudan

28-10-2020 Revised by Prof. Mamoun UMST & oncho Project Relationship-minThe University of Medical Sciences & Technology has contributed to the health promotion of Sudanese people, not only by first class research in neglected tropical diseases but also in implementation of control of these diseases in Sudan and especially in South Sudan before separating from the Sudan.

The document attached is an important milestone in the history of medicine in the Sudan.

Read more about the research

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Community Mental Health



Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Community Mental Health

To coincide with the World Mental Health Day, the Sudan Education & Development Institute (SEDI) at the University of Medical Sciences and Technology organized on October 10th, 2020 at the Global Conference Center, a symposium to discuss the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Community Mental Health. The main speakers of the events were Dr. Mohamed Ali Siddig, HMC, Qatar, Prof. Fath Al Alim Mohamed Abdelrahim, UMST and Dr. Mohamed El Hassan Khalid also of UMST. The four paradigms of the Symposium were: Global Perspectives, Global Impact, Clinical Presentations and the Impact on Mental Health Services.

The symposium which proved highly relevant and well attended captivated the audience which was composed of UMST top Management, Deans of Faculties, lecturers and students, both graduate and undergraduate, and was also attended by distinguished guests from outside the University.

Despite the scientific specialized nature of the issues raised, the speakers managed to maintain the attention of the audience, who were obviously impressed by the scope and quality of the presentations

For full information of the issues raised we highly recommend accessing the information, through the link below:

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Community Mental Health

Curriculum Development of Family & Community Medicine


Date: Monday 15/10/2018
Time: (10:00am -12:30:00 pm)
Venue: lecture theatre (Room 3) SEDI, the Orange Building- 6th floor

Prof Hassan Balla was invited to attend than important workshop. Prof Ahmed Gasim , director of post- graduate Studies gave an outlines of family medicine, followed by discussion, then Prof Asim Daffalla reviewed the curriculum of community medicine. There was intensive discussion , the workshop was attended by Prof Mamoun & consultants of family& community medicine finally Prof Hassan Balla, Prof of family& community medicine gave his remarks and the report was sent to the secretary of academic affairs.

Dr Khalifa Elmusharaf Key Figure at International Conference


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An international conference envisaged and organized in the spirit of sharing and learning from each other, saw delegates from 110 universities and 30 organisations from around the world convened at the University of Limerick to discuss community empowerment for health. The delegates who came from a range of backgrounds gathered to discuss how to create opportunities for others within their communities, to become more informed by giving them the confidence, skills, resources, and power to shape and influence their own health.

The main outcome of the conference, according to one of the main organizers, Dr Khalifa Elmusharaf, was a Limerick declaration on community empowerment. He proceeded to emphasize that the Conference ‘declares that community empowerment goes beyond the traditional methods of listening, information sharing and consultation’.

The Conference ‘involves a change in power relations and enabling people to have more control, and responsibility, for their own health’, according to Dr Elmusharaf. And its declaration, he maintains, is a ‘call of action on educational institutes and organizations worldwide to lead the change process for community empowerment and social accountability.’

Both Dr Khalifa Elmusharaf and Dr Anca Minescu, the Assistant Dean International at the Faculty of Education and Health Science at the University of Limerick, described the Conference as ‘a resounding success’.

It is worth noting that Dr Khalifa Elmusharaf, who is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health at the Graduate Entry Medical School at University of Limerick is a notable graduate of UMS.