International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine & Public Health

ISSN - 1840-4529

Solomon Gyampoh

Solomon Gyampoh, PhD
Bachelor of Pharmacy
Chitkara University, India


Solomon Gyampoh is a dedicated healthcare professional with a passion for improving patient outcomes through comprehensive pharmaceutical care. He holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Chitkara College of Pharmacy, Chitkara University, which he pursued post-baccalaureate, graduating in 2024 with a remarkable CGPA of 9.28.

Solomon's journey in the field of pharmacy began at the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, where he completed his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree in 2023, achieving a commendable CGPA of 8.12. Prior to this, he excelled in his secondary education at Saviour Senior High School, Osiem, Ghana, obtaining an impressive 85% in the XII(WASSCE) examination in 2018.

His practical experience includes a stint at Uni Hospital Training, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, where he actively participated in various facets of clinical research and healthcare data analysis to enhance patient care. During this tenure, Solomon engaged in medication history interviews, drug therapy monitoring, and the implementation of new healthcare information systems. He also contributed to the development and execution of health promotion programs, demonstrating his commitment to community health.

Solomon's expertise extends to areas such as drug interactions, adverse drug reaction monitoring, vaccination practices, patient counseling, and laboratory testing. His dedication to accuracy and confidentiality in managing electronic health records reflects his commitment to upholding professional standards.

With his blend of academic excellence and practical experience, Solomon Gyampoh is poised to make significant contributions to the field of pharmacy and healthcare delivery.

Research Interest

Molecular Biology Techniques, Molecular docking, Virtual screening, Cell culture, animal handling, and sterile technique.