About the Journal

The Pharmaceutical Sciences Asia (PSA) journal is a double-blinded peer-reviewed journal in English published quarterly, by the Faculty of Pharmacy, Mahidol University, Thailand. The PSA journal is formerly known as Mahidol University Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and committed to the timely publication of innovative articles and reviews. This journal is currently available in electronic format on the website.

Specific topics covered by the journal include pharmaceutical sciences and related disciplines:

  • Biopharmaceutical Sciences
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Phytochemistry
  • Clinical Pharmacy and Social Administrative Pharmacy


     Vol.51 (1) January-March 2024

Review Article
An emerging antihistamine drug with multiple therapeutic benefits: Bilastine
Jacob E, et al.

Review Article
Regulatory framework for USFDA regulated drug product labeling update
Munesh G, et al.

Research Article
Eugenol protects human liver HepG2 cells from H2O2- induced oxidative hepatotoxicity by maintaining ROS homeostasis, increasing IL-10...
Suyono T, et al.
Research Article
Investigation of banana peel powder in scopolamine induced neurobehavioral changes in zebrafish model
Gupta S, et al.


Research Article
Evaluation of herbal extracts for alpha glucosidase inhibition and cytochrome P450...
Chitsombat K, et al.
Research Article
The impact of various hypoglycemic modalities on endothelium dysfunction biomarkers in patients with T2DM
Ali Ismael Al-Hameed M, et al.

Research Article
Prescribing patterns and efficacy of oral vancomycin for Clostridium difficile infection in Thai patients: A single center study
Phimarn W, et al.
Research Article
Exploring novel indomethacin-derived compounds via investigation of NSAIDs through molecular docking and in vitro testing for anti-amyloid beta aggregation
Laivut S , et al.
Research Article
Hospital pharmacists’ expertise and cooperation towards antimicrobial stewardship ...
Malazarte J, et al.
Research Article
Utility score, medication adherence and dependent status among peripheral artery disease patients
Piankarnka N, et al.

Article in Press: Vol. 51(2) April-June 2024

  • Improved dissolution of ketoconazole by coprecipitation with nicotinamide using gas anti-solvent process
    Chanadda Juengwongsa, Manop Charoenchaitrakool, Nattawut Charoenthai, Satit Puttipipatkhachorn*
    DOI: 10.29090/psa.2024.02.24.1491
  • Association between hypertension knowledge and medication adherence in Vietnamese patients: A cross-sectional study
    Thao Huong Nguyen, Hanh Hong Nguyen, Toan Thanh Vo, Thanh Van Vo, Nguyet Kim Nguyen, Suol Thanh Pham, Thang Nguyen*
  • Comparison of lactate clearance between high-dose and conventional-dose of meropenem in sepsis and septic shock patients at emergency department; Post-hoc analysis of a randomized controlled trial
    Pitsucha Sanguanwit, Pakkaporn Damrongkulchart, Tospon Lertwattanachai, Viratch Tangsujaritvijit, Preecha Montakantikul, Pitchaya Dilokpattanamongkol*