ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The Department of Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (SPER), Jamia Hamdard was established in 1985 and is DST-FIST and UGC-SAP supported. The Department provides two post-graduate courses, M. Pharmacy in pharmaceutics and M. Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance. Both the courses are of 2 years (four semesters) duration with 1 year (two-semesters) dedicated to course work and 2nd year (two-semesters) committed to research work and pharmaceutical industry training. Along with master’s programs, we also offer Ph.D. programme in Pharmaceutics and Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics with specialization in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance. The Ph. D. scholars are funded by various funding agencies such as ICMR, CSIR, UGC, DST etc. in the form of projects or fellowships. The students qualifying this course are set to meet the current and future requirements of R&D personnel of the Pharmaceutical Industry, academia, regulatory and marketing.
The faculty of the Department have been awarded with various esteemed National & International awards and honours namely National Technical Teacher’s Award, INSA Teacher Award, UGC Research Award, BOYSCAST Fellowship, AICTE Career Award, AAiPS Pharmaceutical Educator and Researcher Award, APTI Pharmacy Teacher & Young Pharmacy Teacher Award and DST Young Scientist Award. The faculty is also members of various committees constituted by Central and state governments and autonomous institutions.
At the Department of Pharmaceutics, we lay emphasis on improving health care system, patience compliance by constantly working on modern and indigenous drugs and their formulations. The department is constantly upgrading its quality of education and research to meet the advance demands of professionals in the field. With the development of nanotechnology, we are now moving towards nanotechnology-based formulations and products and we have a whole lab dedicated for the same. The faculty members are encouraged to serve as resourceful personal in their areas of expertise, contributing in nation upgrading.
Consistent striving for excellence in development of clinically translational novel drug delivery systems.
MS 1: To be a catalyst for positive benchmark change for sustainable and commercially viable pharmaceutical research.
MS 2: To advance the practice of innovative research and outcome-based education, to achieve excellence in career avenues.
MS 3: To mark the highest standards of scientific rigors with updated knowledge and technology for fruitful scientific outcomes.
The department lays emphasis on integrated research approach on modern and indigenous drugs and their formulations. There is a planned programme of product development in the area of novel drug delivery systems with emphasis on nanomedicine, regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical industry and Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance. Following are the programs in the department of Pharmaceutics-
- M. Pharm. in Pharmaceutics
- M. Pharm. in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
- Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics
- Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics with specialization in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Byelaws and Syllabus
M Pharm Pharmaceutics (MPH) Bye laws and Syllabus
M. Pharm. Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance (MQA) Byelaws and Syllabus
Dr. Javed Ali, M.Pharm, Ph.D., Professor, & Head
Dr. Asgar Ali, M.Pharm, Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor
Dr. Farhan Jalees Ahmad, M.Pharm, Ph.D., Professor
Dr. Yasmin Sultana, M. Pharm., Ph.D, Professor
Dr. Mohd. Aqil, M.Pharm, Ph.D., Professor
Dr. Zeenat Iqbal, M.Pharm, Ph.D., Professor,
Dr. Saima Amin, M Pharm, Ph.D.,Professor,
Dr. M Aamir Mirza, Assistant professor
Dr. Prashant Kesharwani, Assistant Professor
Dr. Rabea Parveen, Assistant Professor
Dr. Saba Khan, Assistant Professor
Thrust Research Areas of the Department
- Versatile nanoplatform delivery approaches for CNS for single drug and combinatorial drugs
- Lipid based drug delivery systems for cancer chemotherapeutics, immunosuppressants, antihypertensives and anti-diabetics in single and combination approach
- Biodegradable targeted retentive devices for periodontal infections
- Nanotechnology based formulations for herbal moieties
- Oral bioavailability enhancement using polymer and lipid-based approaches
- QbD enabled and technology driven formulation design for transdermal drug delivery
- Development and characterization for women reproductive health therapeutics
- Development and evaluation of nanotherapeutic approaches for wound healing
- Improvement of biopharmaceutical properties and therapeutic efficacy with functional excipients
- Development and characterization of novel systems for protein and gene delivery
- Development and evaluation of ocular drug delivery systems
Contact Us: Office of the Head, Department of Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmaceutical Education and Resaerch Jamia Hamdard E.mail: Pceutic23@gmail.com Contact No.: 01126059688, Extension: 5605