Dr. Syed Sher Shah Sadaat

Dr. Syed Sher Shah Sadaat

Clinical Pharmacologist

  • Area of Interest
    • Veterinary Pharmacology
    • Veterinary Medicine
    • Therapeutics
  • Academic Information
    • DVM, 1985 general veterinary science, Faculty of Veterinary Science Kabul University, Kabul, Afghanistan  
    • PhD, 2008 in clinical pharmacology, Tokyo University of Agriculture and technology (Gifu /TUAT), Tokyo, Japan

About Dr. Syed Sher Shah Sadaat


He has joined academic staff of Kabul University in 1988. He has actively participated in different academic and administrative activities of Kabul University, including preparation of lectures, lecture notes, laboratory activities, training and practices with students. In position of head of clinic department for 8 years, preparing teaching and training plan. Member of Kabul University strategic plan, member of Center of Excellence in Quality Assurance, Responsible for Partner in academic leadership program (PAL) at Kabul University, Member of Faculty Academic Senate (FAS), peer review of scientific articles at Kabul University. Member of drug committee at the Ministry of Public Health. Member of drug committee at the Ministry of Agriculture. Review and commented on Ministry of Higher Education (MohE) Strategic Plan. Prepared strategic plan of Quality Assurance Directorate (QAAD). Participated in the preparation of teaching Improvement policy many other important documents and guidelines for Higher Education System (HES) in Afghanistan. He has published more than 16 scientific articles in national and international Journals and translated a scientific textbook in Dari language. Working on a research project in academic areas in Higher Education System in Afghanistan. Director of Quality Assurance and Accreditation at MohE. Chairman of Quality Assurance and Accreditation Board. Attend 8 sessions of academic partnership and quality assurance training organized by British council held in United Emirate of Arabic and India. He also worked as a director of foreign and scholarship for a period of three years. At the present he is dean of the Faculty of Veterinary science at Kabul University.


List of Publications


  1. Shah, S. S., Sanda, S., Regmi, N. L., Sasaki, K., and Shimoda, M. (2007). Characterization of cytochrome P450?mediated drug metabolism in cats. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 30(5), 422-428.
  2. Goudah, A., Sher Shah, S., Shin, H. C., Shim, J. H., and Abd El?Aty, A. M. (2007). Pharmacokinetics and mammary residual depletion of erythromycin in healthy lactating ewes. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A, 54(10), 607-611.
  3. Regmi, N. L., Abd El?Aty, A. M., Kubota, R., Shah, S. S., and Shimoda, M. (2007). Lack of inhibitory effects of several fluoroquinolones on cytochrome P?450 3A activities at clinical dosage in dogs. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 30(1), 37-42.
  4. Abd El?Aty, A. M., Goudah, A., Shah, S. S., Shin, H. C., Shimoda, M., and Shim, J. H. (2007). Pharmacokinetic variables of moxifloxacin in healthy male camels following intravenous and intramuscular administration. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 30(6), 586-591.
  5. Shah, S. S., Sasaki, K., Hayashi, Y., Motoyama, S., Helmi, A. R., Khalil, W. F., and Shimoda, M. (2009). Inhibitory effects of ketoconazole, cimetidine and erythromycin on hepatic CYP3A activities in cats. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 71(9), 1151-1159.
  6. El-Aty, A. A., Shah, S. S., Kim, B. M., Choi, J. H., Cho, H. J., Chang, B. J., and Shim, J. H. (2008). In vitro inhibitory potential of decursin and decursinol angelate on the catalytic activity of cytochrome P-450 1A1/2, 2D15, and 3A12 isoforms in canine hepatic microsomes. Archives of Pharmacal Research, 31(11), 1425-1435.
  7. Abdou, R., Khalil, W., Shah, S., Murasawa, Y., Sasaki, K., & Shimoda, M. (2010). Effects of several pyrethroids on hepatic cytochrome P450 activities in rats. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 72(4): 425-433.

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