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pharmacological researcher

Abdur Rauf Khan, Indian pharmacological researcher. Achievements include research in the field of drug metabolism, bioavailability and kinetics; the phospholipid composition and its relationship with membrane function; the pharmacology of skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscles; the excitation contraction coupling in skeletal muscle fibres.

Background

Khan, Abdur Rauf was born on March 6, 1933 in Qadian, India. Son of Abdul Wahid and Amatul Waheed Khan.

Education

Bachelor of Pharmacy, K.E. Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan, 1956. Certified in pharmacy, K.E. Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacology, Lund University, Sweden, 1981.

Career

Sales director For BOOTS/Reiker Drug Companies, Saudi Arabia, 1963-1965. Research pharmacist H. Lundbeck & Company, Copenhagen, 1966-1972. Research pharmacologist University Frankfurt, Germany, 1972-1976.

Lecturer in pharmacology University Lund, 1976-1982. Research scientist department pharmacology Astra-Draco, Lund, since 1984.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in the field of drug metabolism, bioavailability and kinetics. The phospholipid composition and its relationship with membrane function. The pharmacology of skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscles.

    The excitation contraction coupling in skeletal muscle fibres.

Membership

Member Pharmaceutical Society of Sweden, Medical Association of Sweden (teachers section), International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, European Respiratory Society.

Connections

Married Imtiaz Bushra, December 1989.

father:
Abdul Wahid

mother:
Amatul Waheed Khan

spouse:
Imtiaz Bushra