S. P. Vyas

National Informatics Centre, India

S. P. Vyas works as a Senior Professor of pharmaceutical biotechnology at the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar, India. He obtained his B.Pharm. degree (1977) and his M.Pharm. degree (1979) from the same university. He received his Ph.D. degree (1985) from the Faculty of Technology of the same university. He has about 28 years of teaching and research experience at postgraduate level. He worked as Manager at NDDS, Lupin Labs Aurangabad, India, for nearly one year (1986-1987). He serves as a Leading Scientist in the field of nanomedicine, targeted drug delivery, and immunology. He made significant contributions to noninvasive DNA / r-protein-based vaccine delivery. He has supervised 38 Ph.D. theses and more than 100 M.Pharm. theses. He has over 230 research publications to his credit published in journals of high scientific impact. He has authored seven reference books including Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Liposomal Therapeutics, Novel Controlled Drug Delivery Systems, Targeted Drug Delivery Systems, Theory and Practices in Novel Drug Delivery Systems and contributed many chapters. He is the recipient of a number of awards for excellence in research in the area of science and technology. He has been awarded by the Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India as the Best Pharmacy Teacher in 2001. He has completed a number of research projects of national interest and presently working as a Principal Investigator in various national and international projects. He serves on nearly 15 international journals as a Reviewer. He has been on various administrative positions including serving as the Dean at the Faculty of technology, as the Head of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and as the Chairman of the Board of Studies. He is on the editorial boards of International Journal of Pharmaceutics (Elsevier) and Recent Patents on Drug Delivery and Formulation (Bentham Science Publishers).

Biography Updated on 16 February 2011

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