Fakulti Farmasi | Faculty of Pharmacy, UKM

 Menerajui Farmasi Untuk Kesihatan | Advancing Pharmacy For Health


The research structure in the Faculty of Pharmacy, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia consisted of three research centres that represent the core areas of research in pharmacy. Our research activities cover fundamental pharmaceutical chemistry, biopharmacy, herbal development, pharmacology, formulation science, pharmaceutical technology, clinical pharmacy and professional pharmacy practice. We have a wide range of research facilities from latest analytical instrument to research based teaching hospital. We managed to attract more than RM2 million research grant in 2019. Join our research teams to explore your full potential.

Centre for Drug and Herbal Development


For more than 20 years since the pharmacy programme was established, significant progress has been achieved mainly in research and development (R & D). One of the fastest growing research areas is drug and herbal research. The Centre for Drug and Herbal Development (CDHD), Faculty of Pharmacy, was formed in 2010. It is recognised as one of the reference centres for drug and herbal research in the region.

Centre for Quality Management of Medicines


The Centre for Quality Management of Medicines is one of the research centres in the Faculty of Pharmacy UKM, and unlike the other research centres, one that is more practice oriented and concentrates more on the study of the actual usage of medicines, policies that a ect medicines and their usage and research that will result in better outcomes for patients. The research centre is relatively young, both in its existence and in the age of its members, and looks forward to collaboration with researchers, clinicians and pharmacists in practice settings in the Ministry of Health, pharmaceutical industry, academia and the private sector.

Centre for Drug Delivery Technology and Vaccine


The Centre for Drug Delivery Technology and Vaccine (CENTRIC) was previously known as Centre for Drug Delivery Technology (CDDT).
Our centre focuses on the design, development, and translation of formulations and transform medications into medicines. We aim to deepen the understanding of emerging and future drug delivery technologies, ultimately leading to improved medicine safety and efficacy.
The key technologies employed include biomaterial sciences and engineering, polymer chemistry, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical technology and formulation sciences.
As of 2023, our centre has successfully produced over 100 postgraduates through the Masters and PhD programs.