Kamla Pathak

Rajiv Academy for Pharmacy, India

Professor Kamla Pathak, graduate and post graduate from University Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences Panjab University Chandigarh earned her Doctorate in Pharmaceutics in the year 1991 from the same institute. With a teaching and research experience of more than 20 years, she is presently working as Professor and Dean, Department of Pharmaceutics, Rajiv Academy for Pharmacy, Mathura. She is a member of various professional bodies like IPA, IHPA, APTI, ISTE and IPGA Actively engaged in research on oral controlled /modulated and topical drug delivery systems has over 130 publications in various reputed international and national peer reviewed journals, 2 patents (filed) and more than 90 abstracts papers presented in scientific forums to her credit. As a scopus authir, has an h-index of 10 with total citations of 210+.She is reviewer of many international journals in the field of Pharmaceutics. She has handled various research projects and has so far guided 2 Ph.D., 104 postgraduate theses and is currently guiding 3 Ph. Ds and 18 M. Pharm projects. The niche areas include development of oral controlled and targeted drug delivery systems. She is also credited as reviewer of scientific projects, Knowledge Foundation, Sweden; Israel Science foundation, Israel and is an invited member of American Nano Society. Awards bestowed upon include “Dr. R.L. Nicore award 2012, for Best Research paper in Pharmaceutics published in IJPER Title: Evaluation of the kinetics and mechanism of drug release from econazole nitrate nanosponge loaded carbapol hydrogel, Ind J Pharm Ed Res, 45 (1) 25-31. At 17th APTI Convention, Manipal; Eminent Teacher Award, 2012, First Annual conference of Society of Pharmaceutical Education and Research 23rd June 2012; and for various poster presentations at National Pharmacy conferences held in India. She has delivered lectures on various forum as guest speaker.

Biography Updated on 7 March 2013

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