Belete Kassa

Full Name Belete Kassa Alemu
Academic Rank Assistant Professor
Education Background
  • MSc in Pharmacology from University of Gondar (July 2017)
  • B.Pharm in Pharmacy from Wollo University (July 2014)
Working Experience
  • Head of Department of Pharmacy, College of Medicine and Health Science, Injibara University (August 2022 to Present)
  • Assistant Professor in Pharmacology at Injibara University (March 2022 to Present)
  • Assistant Professor in Pharmacology at Wollo University (July 2020 to April 2022)Lecturer at Wollo University (July 2017 to July 2020)
  • Assistant Lecturer at Wollo University (September 2014 to July 2017)
Research Interest
  • Infectious and Cancer Chemotherapy
  • Neuropharmacology
  • Immunopharmacology
  • Molecular Pharmacology

1)   Alemu and Misganaw. Antimalarial Activity of Fagaropsis Angolensis (Rutaceae) Crude Extracts and Solvent Fractions of its Stem Barks against Plasmodium Berghei in Mice. Journal of Experimental Pharmacology 2020;12:683-693 DOI: 10.2147/JEP.S289478

2)   Wound Healing Effect of Acokanthera schimperi Schweinf (Apocynaceae) Methanol Leaf Extract Ointment in Mice and Its in-vitro Antioxidant Activity Clinical Pharmacology: Advances and Applications 2020; 12:213-222 DOI: 10.2147/CPAA.S288394

3)   Mengistu G, Misganaw D, Tsehay T, Alemu BK, Bogale K. Assessment of Drug Use Pattern Using WHO Core Prescribing Indicators at Outpatient Settings of Governmental Hospitals in Dessie Town. Drug, Healthcare and Patient Safety 2020:12 237–244 DOI

4)   Alemu BK, Ayalew Getahun K, Kahaliw WIn Vitro Antioxidant and in vivo Wound Healing Activities of 80% Methanolic Extract and Solvent Fractions of Seeds of Brassica Carinataa A. Braun (Brassicaceae) in Mice. Journal of Pharmacology.2020:12;463-474   DOI: 10.2147/JEP.S278622 (MSc thesis)

5)   Mamo and Alemu. Rational Drug-Use Evaluation Based on World Health Organization Core Drug-Use Indicators in a Tertiary Referral Hospital, Northeast Ethiopia: A Cross-Sectional Study. Drug, Healthcare and Patient Safety 2020:12 15–21: DOI:

6)   Alemu and Biru. Health Care Professionals’ Knowledge, Attitude and Practice towards Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting and Associated Factors at Selected Public Hospitals in Northeast Ethiopia: A Cross- Sectional Study. Hindawi: Biomed Research International, volume 2019(14):

7)   Alemu and Wolle. Prescription Drug Use and Potential Teratogenecity Risk among Pregnant Women Attending Maternal and Child Health Clinic of Kemisse General Hospital, Northeastern, Ethiopia. BMC Research Notes (2019) 12:592: DOI: 10.1186/s13104-019-4641-1

8)   Kassa et al. Health Care Providers’ Knowledge, Attitude and Experience of Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting. African Journal of Pharmacy And Pharmacology 11(31): 362-67 DOI: 10.5897/AJPP2016.4574


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