Mr. Manan Pareshbhai Shah, pursuing his full-time Ph.D. under the guidance of Dr. Charmy Kothari. His main area of research is, 'Global Pharmacovigilance system and Regulatory affairs”. Previously holds membership of the International Society of Pharmacovigilance, the UK for the year 2017. For his Ph.D. research work titled “Data Mining approach for comprehensive toxic signal detection of Contraceptive Drugs”, he had received a fellowship from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) as SRF. He had so far attended various national and international conferences in India and abroad as well. His research experience includes the Development of Analytical Methods for the Detection of Counterfeited Antimalarial Products and A study of Requirements for the Marketing Authorization Process of Antimalarial Products. (Post Graduate Project). His research interests are to identify the toxic signal (class-specific) for contraceptive drugs for the safe and rational use of the drug with the application of statistical methods like Disproportionality Analysis and to study and compare the present regulatory framework of pharmacovigilance of our nation along with that to identify the cognizance about Pharmacovigilance among healthcare professionals.