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  • Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya

    School of Pharmacy

    Research Areas of Faculty

    Name

    Designation Specialization Research Area

    Dr. Rajesh Sharma Reader and

    Head

    Medicinal and

    Pharmaceutical

    Chemistry

    1. Computer-Aided Drug Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of

    -Anti-diabetic agents -Anti-inflammatory agents -Anti-convulsant agents -Anti-malarial agents 2. Analytical method development and validation 3. Herb drug interaction

    Dr. G.P. Choudhary Reader Pharmacognosy Evaluation of anti-allergic herbal drugs

    Mrs. Tamanna

    Narsinghani

    Reader Medicinal and

    Pharmaceutical

    Chemistry

    1. Computer-Aided Drug Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of

    - Anti-inflammatory agents

    - Antioxidants -Antimicrobial agents

    2. Analytical method development 3. Herb Drug Interaction studies

    Dr. (Mrs.) Nidhi

    Dubey

    Reader Quality

    Assurance

    1.Formulation, evaluation and standardization of herbal formulations

    2. Development and validation of analytical methods

    3. Hydrotropic solubilization 4. Pharma regulatory systems

    Dr. Love Kumar

    Soni

    Reader Medicinal and

    Pharmaceutical

    Chemistry

    1. Molecular Modeling and Drug Design.

    2. Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship Studies.

    3. Synthesis and evaluation of newer agents for novel targets.

    4. Instrumental Analysis of Multi-component Pharmaceutical Formulations.

    5. Herb Drug Interaction studies.

  • Name

    Designation Specialization Research Area

    Dr. (Mrs.) Rashmi

    Dahima*

    Lecturer Industrial

    Pharmacy

    1. Novel drug delivery systems 2. Taste masking technologies 3. Fast dissolving tablet dosage form

    4. Optimization of formulations using software

    Dr. Masheer Ahmed

    Khan

    Lecturer Industrial

    Pharmacy

    Formulation development through Computer

    aided optimization

    Dr. E. Manivannan Lecturer Medicinal and

    Pharmaceutical

    Chemistry

    1. Computer-aided drug discovery (CADD):

    Applications of traditional molecular modeling (TMM), 2D, 3D-Quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR), Analogue-based design (ABD), Ligand-based design (LBD), structure-based design (SBD) to find therapeutically active small molecules for inflammation, cancer and diabetes. Recently, we are involved in the development of novel CADD approaches and virtual screening methods (VS) to discover new biologically active molecules for breast cancer. 2. Synthesis of biologically active compounds: The designed compounds are synthesized by

    facile synthetic methods and experimentally

    evaluated for their therapeutic potency.

    Dr (Mrs.) Anupama

    A. Parate

    Lecturer Medicinal and

    Pharmaceutical

    Chemistry

    1. Design and Development of new molecules for:

    -Anti hypertensive activity.

    -Anti inflammatory activity.

    -Antimalarial activity.

    -Anti microbial activity.

    -Antidiabetic activity.

    *On Lien

  • Name

    Designation Specialization Research Area

    Dr. Mukesh Chandra

    Sharma

    Lecturer Pharmaceutical

    Chemistry

    1. Molecular Modeling and Analytical Research 2. Development of alternate routes 3. Modification of synthetic routes available for

    synthesis

    Mr. Jitendra Sainy Lecturer Pharmaceutical

    Chemistry

    Molecular modeling and Synthesis

    Mrs. Apeksha Saraf Lecturer Industrial

    Pharmacy

    1. Long-acting Depot injection of drugs

    2. Novel drug delivery systems

    Mr. Gajanand Engla Lecturer Pharmaceutical

    Biotechnology

    1. Plant Biotechnology

    2. Novel Drug Delivery Systems

    Mr. Devashish

    Rathore

    Lecturer Pharmaceutics 1. Novel drug delivery systems

    2. Pellet technology

    3. Designing of formulations using software.

    Mr. Mayank Sharma Lecturer Pharmaceutics 1. Preformulation research

    2. Formulation and development of liquid - solid

    and semi-solid dosage forms

    3. Controlled release dosage forms

    (microspheres and microcapsules,

    gastroretentive delivery system, nano

    structured drug delivery systems, inhalable

    particles and liposomes)

    4. Improvement of dissolution rate of poorly

    soluble drugs

    5. Experimental design and formulation

    optimization

  • Name

    Designation Specialization Research Area

    Mr. Mahendra

    Chouhan

    Lecturer Pharmaceutics 1. Drug regulatory affairs F&D/ Quality Assurance

    2. Nanotechnology 3. Liposomes 4. Microencapsulation 5. Novel Drug Delivery System

    Mr. Manoj Rathore Lecturer Pharmacology 1. Antidiarrheal activity in animals. 2. Wound healing activity in animals. 3. Assessment of antidiabetic conditions in

    animals. 4. Invivo drug assay. 5. Ethnopharmacology