The department has its own medical museum to provide practical knowledge to its students. It is located on the first floor of the department complex. The museum contains a section on Pharmacognosy, various routes of administration of drugs, Pharmaceutical preparations, Herbal sources of drugs and various models explaining the clinical aspects of use of drugs. It has a comprehensive collection of charts and posters for Undergraduates and Postgraduates students, to further enhance the interest in the history of Pharmacology and promote its further development for the benefit of the general public. It is updated regularly to keep in touch with dynamic developments in the field of Pharmacology.
Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Monitoring Centre: The reporting of ADR is very critical and is a moral duty of all health care professionals who encounter them. The information generated helps in continuous monitoring of the risk benefit ratio of the medicines and in timely intervention as and when required. Towards achieving this goal an ADR Monitoring centre has been established in the Department of Pharmacology, AFMC under the PharmacoVigilance Programme of India (PvPI). The Centre receives reports from AFMS hospitals in Pune-Kirkee complex and after causality assessment forwards the data to the National Coordinating Centre of PvPI