Muhammad Junaid Farrukh

Assistant Professor Dr Muhammad Junaid Farrukh

Head of Praxis, Industry and Community Engagement | Department of Clinical Pharmacy

Academic Qualifications

PhD (Pharmacy)
Masters in Clinical Pharmacy 

Areas of Interest
Professional Bodies

  • Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society
  • Pakistan Pharmacist Association


Current research project




Knowledge, attitude and practice of alcohol use among university students in KL, Malaysia: a cross sectional study

Faculty Grant



Evaluation of Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices towards prevention of Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection among general public in Klang valley.

Faculty Grant

UOL, Pakistan


Assessment of Prevalence, Knowledge of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Health-Related Practice Among Women in Klang Valley

Faculty grant

USM Malaysia


Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Malaysian Women towards Osteoporosis

Faculty grant



Assessment of Sleep Apnoea Risk and

Quality of Sleep Among General Public

in Klang Valley

Faculty grant

MAHSA University




Undergraduate students (Completed)

  • Leong Mun Yee (2019)
  • Cheng Yee Thong  (2019)


  1. Sidra S, Tariq MH, Farrukh MJ & Mohsin M (2019). Evaluation of clinical manifestations, health risks, and quality of life among women with polycystic ovary syndrome. PloS one.;14(10).
  2. Ali M, Naureen H, Tariq MH, Farrukh MJ, Usman A, Khattak S & Ahsan H (2019). Rational use of antibiotics in an intensive care unit: a retrospective study of the impact on clinical outcomes and mortality rate. Infection and Drug Resistance.12:493.
  3. Farrukh MJ, Tariq MH, Malik O, Khan TM (2019). Valsartan recall: global regulatory overview and future challenges. Therapeutic advances in drug safety. Jan;10:2042098618823458.
  4. Farrukh MJ, Makmor-Bakry M, Hatah E & Tan HJ (2018). Use of complementary and alternative medicine and adherence to antiepileptic drug therapy among epilepsy patients: a systematic review. Patient preference and adherence.12:2111.
  5. Farrukh, Muhammad Junaid & Tariq, Muhammad Haseeb & Shah, Kifayat Ullah. (2017). Maternal and Perinatal Health Challenges in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Community Medicine. 3. 76-77. 10.5530/jppcm.2017.2.18.
  6. Nawaz, Sarfraz & Shah, Kifayat Ullah & Khan, Tahir & Rehman, Asim.ur & Rashid, Haroon & Mahmood, Sajid & Khan, Shahzeb & Farrukh, Muhammad Junaid. (2017). Evaluation of Current Trends and Recent Development in insulin Therapy for Management of Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews. 11 Suppl 2. 10.1016/j.dsx.2017.07.003.
  7. Lee, Kah & Shahidullah, Adnan & Zaidi, Syed Tabish & Patel, Rahul & Ming, L C & Tariq, Muhammad Haseeb & Obaidullah, Obaidullah & Farrukh, Muhammad Junaid & Khan, Ahmad & Yee, Esmee & Khan, Tahir. (2017). The crux of the medicine prices' controversy in Pakistan. Front. Pharmacol. | doi: 10.3389/fphar.2017.00504.


  1. International Conference on Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research (ICPCR), 22/11/18, Grandhika hotel, Medan, Indonesia, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sumatera Utara
  2. 2nd pharmaceutical Research conference, 2013. Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences, “translating research into reality”
  3. 1st national conference of patient care pharmacist, 2011, Shifa International Hospital, Islamabad, Pakistan.

Networks and Collaborations on Research

  1. Muhammad Haseeb Tariq. Assistant Director, DRAP.
  2. Assist. Prof. Mohd Makmor Bakry, Deputy Dean, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Community engagement

  1. Know Your Medicine
  2. UCSI Pharmcare