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I have more than six years of administrative experience as head of the department, Department of Pharmaceutics. I worked as Academic Coordinator and looked after academic activities in the department, like, course development, faculty load distribution, course alignment, laboratory and lecture time table, and conduction of internal evaluations.
My areas of teaching interests include dosage form design, drug delivery systems, Industrial pharmacy and sterile dosage forms like parenteral and ophthalmic products.
The courses I tought in the deparment of pharmaceutics includes
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My research intrest includes-
-Development and formulation of drug delivery systems for poorly soluble drugs
-Physicochemical characterization of drugs and formulations using UV, FTIR, DSC, etc
- Analytical and bioanalytical method developments and validation of techniques such as UV, HPLC.
- Quantitative assay / evaluations of drugs and formulations in matrix and plasma by HPLC.
-Physicochemical modifications of drugs
-In vitro characterizations of drugs and dosage forms using DISSOLUTION, DISINTEGRATION, DIFFUSION, PERMEATION, PARICLE SIZE ESTIMATION.
-Pharmacokinetics and BIOAVAIILABILITY estimations.
-Solubility enhancement techniques such as cyclodextrin complexation, solid dispersions, micronization, nanonization, and energyless microemulsion formation are employed for several poorly soluble drugs.
I am also supervising research projects for graduate students in the area of pharmaceutical drug delivery systems
I have completed various research projects funded by deanship of research at the university.
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Enhanced oral bioavailability of insulin-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles: pharmacokinetic bioavailability of insulin-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles in diabetic rats. Drug Delivery. 2016; 23 (6):1972-1979. (Impact Factor: 4.84). Mohammad Javed Ansari1, Md. Khalid Anwer1, Shahid Jamil1, Ramadan Al-Shdefat,Mohammad Muqtader Ahmad1Department of Pharmaceutics and21, and Mohammad Nazam Ansari21, Bahaa E. AliDepartment of Pharmacology, College of Pharmacy, Prince sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Al-kharj,Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...
The FDA on Monday approved Aprecia Pharmaceuticals' Spritam, which is the first 3-D printed product designed for use in the human body. The drug is intended to treat epileptic seizures, and its MIT-created delivery platform allows for oral administration in the form of a small tablet that dissolves quickly in liquid due to its porous nature.
Pennsylvania-based Aprecia--which operates a former Forest Laboratories plant in Ohio--gained the exclusive license to 3-D printing technology from MIT in the late 1980s, and by 2007 it began developing its ZipDose platform for drug delivery, an orodispersible structure that...
HANDBOOK OF PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING FORMULATION UNCOMPRESSED SOLID PRODUCTS BY SK NIAZI...
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