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This is to inform all applicants that Admissions are closed in Pharm D degree program for semester Fall 2020.
This is to inform all applicants that second admission test (online) of HIET and HIMS degree programs will be held on 20th July, 2020.

Hamdard’s Faculty Profile

  1. Faculty Name: Prof. Dr. Madeeha Malik

    Designation: Director, Hamdard Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

    Qualification & Honors

  • Pharmacy, Bahauddin Zakriya University, Multan, Pakistan
  • Phil, University of Sargodah, Sargodah, Pakistan
  • PhD (Pharmacy Practice), University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Postdoctorate (Pharmacy Practice), Northwest University, South Africa
  • Visiting Professor, University of Illinois Chicago, USA

Research Interest

  • Quality of Life
  • Workforce Development
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Healthcare System strengthening
  • Health Policy and Planning
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Communicable & non communicable diseases

Publications

  1. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Sabiha Khan, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Quality, Safety and Efficacy of GenericMedicines used for Diabetes and Hypertension:A Review of the Literature. Journal ofPharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555723.
  2. Madeeha Malik, IterunNisha, AzharHussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Assessment of Depression among ChronicKidney Disease Patients in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555724.
  3. Madeeha Malik, AreebaKomal, AzharHussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Learning Styles Preferences among FacultyMembers and Pharmacy Students inPakistan. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5),555725.
  4. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Sehrish Malik, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Cognition and Memory Impairment amongPatients of Epilepsy in Pakistan-The Roleof Conventional and Newer Anti-Epileptics. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555726.
  5. Madeeha Malik, WaseemShaukat, AzharHussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Impact of Obesity on Health-Related Qualityof Life: An Emerging Pandemic in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5),555727.
  6. Madeeha Malik, Muhammad Usama Khan, AzharHussain andAyisha Hashmi (2019). Cognition and Memory Impairmentamong Patients of Depression inPakistan-The Role of Conventionaland Newer Anti-Depressants. Archive ofPsychiatry and Mental Health, 3, 20-24.
  7. Madeeha Malik, DanyalJaved, AzharHussain, Ekere James Essien. (2019). Smoking habits and attitude toward smoking cessation interventions among healthcare professionals in Pakistan. Journal of Family Medicine & Primary Care. 2019;8:166-70.
  8. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain& Maria Anum. (2019). Health Literacy a Public Health Challenge for Asthma Control in Pakistan. Annals of Review Research. 4(4): ARR.MS.ID.555643
  9. Madeeha Malik, Anina Qureshi and AzharHussain. (2019). Personality and job performance of pharmacists: are we ready for adoptingPharmacy Practice Change in Pakistan?”,International Journal of Current Research. 11 (01), 60-63.
  10. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain&SyedaRubabZehra Zaidi (2019). Functional health literacy among healthcare professionals in Pakistan: The missing link. International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Research 6 (1), 4440-4444.
  11. Madeeha Malik, Anina Qureshi, AzharHussain. (2019). Personality traits of Pharmacists: A better understanding of factors influencing Pharmacy Practice change in Pakistan. Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical:9(01), 1466-1473.
  12. Madeeha Malik, ZeeshanHaider, AzharHussain. (2019). Perceived emotional intelligence

among healthcare team in Pakistan: Need of the hour. IJBPAS,8(2):309-318

  1. Madeeha Malik, Sidra bi&AzharHussain (2018).Cognitive Impairment and Memory Loss in Diabetes: A Myth or Reality. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Community Medicine.2018, 4(4),115-118.
  2. Madeeha Malik, Sidra bi&AzharHussain (2018).Cognitive Impairment and Memory Loss in Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review. British Journal of Medical and Health Research. 5 (10), 27-40.
  3. Madeeha Malik, Rida Nasir &AzharHussain (2018). Assessment of Depression among Pulmonary Tuberculosis patients:Acorss sectional study from Pakistan. Journal of Nursing. 7 (2):1-8.
  4. Madeeha Malik, HadayatUllah&AzharHussain (2018). Assessment of Chronic Disease Patient’s Adherence on Medical Outcomes in District Swat, Pakistan International Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 5 (10): 13-22.
  5. Madeeha Malik, Ayisha Hashmi &AzharHussain (2018). Prevalence of Depression among Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) Students: A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan.Panacea Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 7(3);99-120.
  6. Madeeha Malik, BakhtawarbinteYounus&AzharHussain (2018). Identification of Major Risk Factors associated with Development of Coronary Heart Disease and Appraisal of Diabetes in Pakistan. Journal of Medical Practice and Review 2 (10): 256-264
  7. Madeeha Malik, Anina Qureshi &AzharHussain (2018).  Can creativity, responsibility and skills guarantee better job performance of pharmacists? a cross‒sectional study from Pakistan. MOJ Drug Design Development & Therapy. 2(4):239‒244.
  8. Madeeha Malik, Aneela Amin &AzharHussain (2018).  A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Exploring Perceptions and Attitude of Pharmacists towards Adverse Drug Reporting in Pakistan. International Journal of Pharmacovigilance3(2):1-7.
  9. Madeeha Malik, Rida Nasir &AzharHussain (2018).  Health Related Quality of Life among TB Patients: Question Mark on Performance of TB DOTS in Pakistan. Journal of Tropical Medicine. Vol 2018, Article ID 2538532, 7 pages.
  10. Madeeha Malik, Adeela Khan, AzharHussain&Ayisha Hashmi (2018).  Assessment of Health-related Quality of Life Among Asthmatic Patients: The Need for Structured Pharmaceutical Care Delivery System in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacy &Bioallied Science.;9:272-8.
  11. Madeeha Malik, ZirwaAsim&AzharHussain (2018).  Postpartum Health Related Quality of Life after Different Modes of Delivery among Women in Pakistan: The Neglected Link For Better Maternal and Child Health. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 10 (7), 55-61.
  12. Madeeha Malik,Madiha Khan, AzharHussain and Ayisha Hashmi (2018). Impact of Functional Health Literacy in Chronic Disease Management: The Public Health Dilemma in Pakistan. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6(1), 14-23.
  13. Madeeha Malik,AzharHussain and Tunzeela Amin (2018). Medication Labeling Practices at in-Patient Hospital Pharmacies: the Present Dilemma in Pakistan. MOJ Drug Design Development & Therapy, 2 (1), 00022.
  14. Madeeha Malik,Adeela Khan, AzharHussain and Ayisha Hashmi (2017). Assessment of Health-related Quality of Life Among Asthmatic Patients: The Need for Structured Pharmaceutical Care Delivery System in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences. 9 (4), 272-278.
  15. Madeeha Malik, Ayesha Zafar, AzharHussain. (2017). Occupational Stress amongPracticing Pharmacists in Pakistan: The Current Delima. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research. 4(2): 555633. DOI: 10.19080/JPCR.2017.04.555633.
  16. MadeehaMalik ,Adeela Khan, AzharHussain&Javaid AQ. (2017). Health RelatedQuality of Life in Asthma: A Systematic Review. Archives of Palliative Care. 2(2): 1012.
  17. Madeeha Malik, Rhubarb Zahra, AzharHussain. (2017). Health Literacy as a Global PublicHealth Concern: A Systematic Review. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research. 4(2): 555632. DOI: 10.19080/JPCR.2017.04.555632.
  18. Madeeha Malik, Adeela Khan, AzharHussain and Ayisha Hashmi (2017).Prevalence ofDepression among Asthmatic Patients in Pakistan: Challenges for Integrated Team Care. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Allied Sciences, 6 (4), 8-16.
  19. Madeeha Malik, Ayisha Hashmi, Junaid Khalid and Mateen Abbas (2017).FunctionalHealth Literacy among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students: A Cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. Pharmacy & Pharmacology International Journal, 5 (5), 00136.
  20. Madeeha Malik, Ayisha Hashmi, AzharHussain, Mateen Abbas, Hamza Saeed, Ekere James. (2017).Smoking habits and attitude of general community towards smoking cessation interventions in Pakistan. HamdardMedicus, 60 (3), 20-30.
  21. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain and ErumAbbasi (2017). Knowledge and Perceptions ofPrescribers Regarding Hepatitis B & C Management: A Cross-sectional Study from Pakistan. Pharmacy & Pharmacology International Journal, 5 (5), 00135.
  22. Madeeha Malik, Madiha Khan and AzharHussain (2017).A Systematic Review ofFunctional Health Literacy and Health Outcomes among Diabetes Type II and Hypertensive Patients. International Journal of Development Research, 7 (9), 15209-15213.
  23. Madeeha Malik, ZirwaAsim, AzharHussain, Ayisha Hashmi& AQ Javaid (2017).Assessment of post-partum depression among women having different modes of delivery: A cross-sectional study from Pakistan. International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, 6 (9), 1719-1729.
  24. Madeeha Malik, Rida Nasir, AzharHussain, Ayesha Hashmi. (2017). Assessment ofDepression among Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients: A Cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. Journal of Nursing. (Accepted)
  25. AzharHussain, Madeeha Malik&Saad Abdullah (2017). Review of Evolving Trends in Clinical Pharmacy Curriculum around the Globe. American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 5 (1), 1-7.
  26. AzharHussain, Madeeha Malik&RabiaIram (2017). Medicine Storage Trends & Practices: A Literature Review. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 9, 1-14.
  27. MS Akhtar, T Kausar, NadeemIrshad, S Bashir, AzharHussain&Madeeha Malik (2017). Anti-platelet, antithrombotic and fibrinolytic activities of Chenopodium album. International journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, 6 (2), 193-209.
  28. Madeeha Malik, Natasha Kanwal&AzharHussain (2017). Role of Community Pharmacistand Nutritionists in Obesity Management: A Literature Review. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research , 10 (2), 40-42.
  29. AzharHussain, Madeeha Malik& Sana Kanwal (2016). A Systematic Review of Perceptions And Knowledge Of Pharmacists Regarding Use Of Complementary And Alternative Of Medicines In Management Of Different Chronic Diseases. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 4(1), 69-75.
  30. AzharHussain, Madeeha Malik&AnamZahid (2016). A systematic review of the perceived barriers & strategies to improve immunization. International Journal of Current Research, 8 (12), 43874-43879.
  31. AzharHussain, Madeeha Malik&Shabbir Ahmed (2016). Evolving Trends in Pharmacovigilance and Medicine Safety System: A Literature Review. Indo American Journal. 3(11), 1404-1414.
  32. Aneela Amin, Madeeha Malik&AzharHussain (2016). Evolving trends and future prospects of ADR monitoring and reporting: a literature review. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 9 (5), 126-129.
  33. MadeehaMalik ,Tanzeela Amin &AzharHussain (2016).Role of Drug Labeling in PromotingRational Dispensing: A Literature Review. IOSR Journal of Medical and Dental Sciences, 15(12), 74-78.
  34. Mateen Abbas, Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Ayesha Hashmi &Junaid Cheema (2016).Knowledge and practice of derayan community towards self care management of diabetes: a descriptive cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. International Journal of Current Research, 8 (11)42292-42295.
  35. Madeeha Malik, Natasha Kanwal&AzharHussain (2016). Are Community Pharmacists andNutritionists capable for Obesity Management in Pakistan? A Cross-sectional Study. Marmara Pharmaceutical Journal, 20, 367-378.
  36. Madeeha Malik, FaizaUzair, AzharHussain& Marti Lubbe (2016). Are JNC 8 guidelines wellknown and perceived by the prescribers for the treatment of hypertension in Pakistan? A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Allied Sciences, 5(4), 54-66.
  37. FaizaUzair, Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain (2016). Prescriber adherence to standard treatment guidelines for the management of hypertension. A review of literature. International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, 4 (8), 49-58.
  38. Madeeha Malik, FauziaHoushiar, AzharHussain (2016). Knowledge and perceptions ofprescriber‟s regarding adherence to standard treatment guidelines for management of pulmonary tuberculosis in Pakistan. International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, 5(9).2104-2118.
  39. Madeeha Malik, FauziaHoushiar, AzharHussain (2016). A Systematic Review of the Barriers,Prescribing Trends and Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines for the Management of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 15 (11), 65-71.
  40. Madeeha Malik, Madeeha Khalid &AzharHussain (2016). Opportunities for Prescribers to BeEffectively Engaged in the Model of “Shared-Care” Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis. ACross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. International Journal of Humanities, Arts, Medicine and Sciences. 4 (6): 41-48.
  41. Madeeha Khalid, Madeeha Malik &AzharHussain (2016). A Literature Review: Prescribingtrends and adherence to standard treatment guidelines in treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 15 (5): 78-84.
  42. ZarmeenaQazi, Madeeha Malik&AzharHussain (2016). Role of Pharmacist as Diabetes Educator: A Literature Review. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(2), 114-117.
  43. Madeeha Malik, ZarmeenaQazi&AzharHussain (2016). Effect of pharmacist counseling onpatients knowledge regarding type 2 diabetes in Pakistan. Hacettepe University Journal of the Faculty of Pharmacy.
  44. Madeeha Malik, Ayisha Hashmi, AzharHussain, Muhammad Azeem and Martha S. Lubbe(2016). Perceptions of pharmacists towards the importance of work-life balance: A descriptive cross-sectional study from Pakistan. Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 35(4), 724-733.
  45. Ayisha Hashmi, Madeeha Malik and AzharHussain (2016). Work-Life Balance and its Impact on Job Satisfaction among Pharmacists: A Literature Review. International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, 4(1), 29-36.
  46. Rothmann, Martha Lubbe, Jan Gerber, Jan H. Serfontein&Madeeha Malik (2016). Overview of Prevalence of Chronic Diseases in Private Healthcare Section of South Africa: A Threat to Public Health. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 15 (6), 1815-1822.
  47. Winifred Agyakwa, Martha Lubbe, Johanita R. Burger, Norah L Kyenda, MarikeCockeran&Madeeha Malik (2015). Fluoroquinolone Prescribing Patterns in the Private Healthcare Sectorof South Africa, 2005- 2012. Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 34 (9), 1815-1822.
  48. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2014).Knowledge and perceptions of prescribers regarding adherence to standard treatment guidelines for malaria: a comparative cross-sectional study from Pakistan. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 20(4), 221-228.
  49. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Muhammad Shafiq, MohammedAzmiHassali&AsrulAkmalShafie (2014). Role of Essential Drug List in Effective Management of Essential Anti-Malarial Drugs in Healthcare System of Pakistan Challenges in Policy Development to Practice. Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs, 3(2),1-7.
  50. Madeeha Malik &AzharHussain (2014).Optimizing patient care through effective pharmacypractice model. American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 2 (5B), 0-0.
  51. Madeeha Malik &AzharHussain (2014). Need for action plan for pharmacy practice in Pakistan: A preliminary study. American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 2 (5B), 1-3.
  52. Muhammad Azeem, HumairaNorren, &Madeeha Malik (2014). Post market in-vitro bioequivalence study on representative brands of ciprofloxacin tablets (500 mg) prescribed in typhoid disease. American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 2(5B): 8-11.
  53. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Mohammed AzmiHassali&AsrulAkmalShafie (2013).Standard treatment guidelines for malaria: Challenges in its implementation in Islamabad (federal capital) and Rawalpindi (twin city), Pakistan. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal: SPJ, 21(1), 123-124.
  54. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2013). Aqualitative study exploring perspectives towards rational use of medicines in Pakistans Malaria Control Program (MCP). Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 49(2), 321-328.
  55. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie, AzharHussain,HishamAljadhey&FahadSaleem (2013). Case management of malaria fever at community pharmacies in Pakistan: a threat to rational drug use, Pharmacy practice, 11(1), 8-16.
  56. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie, AzharHussain,HishamAljadhey&FahadSaleem (2013). Case management of malaria fever at community pharmacies in Pakistan: a threat to rational drug use, Pharmacy practice, 11(1), 8-16.
  57. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Javeid Iqbal & Muhammad Shafiq (2013). Assessment of casemanagement of dyspepsia at community pharmacies in two cities of Pakistan. Marmara Pharmaceutical Journal, 17(7), 7-11.
  58. AzharHussain, Madeeha Malik& Hale ZerrinToklu (2013). A Literature Review: Pharmaceutical Care an Evolving Role at Community Pharmacies in Pakistan. Pharmacology & Pharmacy, 4(5), 425-430.
  59. AzharHussain, Mohamed Izham Ibrahim, and Madeeha Malik (2013). Impact of educational intervention on knowledge of dispensers working at community pharmacies in Pakistan. Pharmacy practice, 11(3), 144-148.
  60. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Javeid Iqbal, Muhammad Shafiq, AmmarJunaid&JaveriaSami (2013). Knowledge and perceptions of prescribers regarding adherence to standard treatment guidelines for urinary tract infection. A cross sectional study from Pakistan .IJBSP, 4(2), 123-130.
  61. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2012).Prescribing practices for the treatment of malaria among public and private healthcare facilities: A comparative cross sectional study from Pakistan. Healthmed, 6(4), 1147-1154.
  62. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2012). Mindlines against guidelines in treatment of malaria. A Comparative Cross Sectional Study from Pakistan. Real Academia Nacional de Farmacia, 78(4), 435-446.
  63. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie, AzharHussain&HishamAljadhey (2012). Availability of Different Strengths of Anti-Malarial Preparations in Pakistan: Implication for Patient Safety. Journal of Pharmacological & Biomedical Analysis, 1(1), 1-2.
  64. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed  AzmiHassali&AsrulAkmalShafie.  (2012).Why  Don’t Medical Practitioners Treat Malaria Rationally? A Qualitative Study from Pakistan. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 11(4), 673-681.
  65. AzharHussain, M.I.M Ibrahim &Madeeha Malik (2012). Assessment of disease management of acute respiratory tract infection at community pharmacies through simulated visits in Pakistan. Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 31(10), 1435-40.
  66. AzharHussain, M.I.M Ibrahim &Madeeha Malik (2012). Impact of Training of Dispensers on Case Management of Acute Respiratory Tract Infections at Community Pharmacies in Pakistan. Pharmacology & Pharmacy, 3(4), 485-491.
  67. Madeeha Malik, ShahzadHussain, Farnaz Malik, Tipu Sultan, Hussain Ali, Abdul Hameed,NailaAbbasi and Khan Usmanghani (2011). The effect of supplemental dietary chromium on blood glucose, body weight and liver enzymes of rabbits. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 5(16), 3940-3945.

Conferences

1.Madeeha Malik (2018). Optimizing Patient Care through Effective Pharmacy Practice Models in Developing Countries: A Way Forward. International Conference on Pharma, Vaccine and Clinical Trials from 12-14th November 2018 at Dubai.

2.Madeeha Malik (2018). Perceptions of healthcare professionals regarding quality, safety and price of anti-diabetic and antihypertensive drugs in Pakistan, The tenth National Medicines Symposium (NMS) 2018, 30 May-1 June 2018, Canberra, Australia.

  1. Madeeha Malik (2017). Assessment of Women Postpartum Quality of Life after Different Modes of Delivery in Pakistan. 5th Annual International Conference on Health & Medical Sciences, 1st-4th May 2017, Athens, Greece.
  2. Madeeha Malik (2017). Implementing pharmacy practice in Pakistan: Hamdard University Case Study. International Conference on Pharmacy Practice (ICPP-2017), 12th-14th January 2017, Bahawalpur, Pakistan.
  3. Madeeha Malik (2016). Role of pharmacist in ADR reporting in Pakistan: A myth or reality? Joint International Conference and expo on Industrial Pharmacy & 5th Global Pharmacovigilance Summit 2015, 28th-29th April 2016, Dubai, UAE.
  4. Ayisha Hashmi, Madeeha Malik and AzharHussain (2016). A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Evaluating the Impact of Different Work-Life Balance Factors on Job Satisfaction among Pharmacists in Twin Cities of Pakistan. 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, 21st-24th April 2016, Lahore, Pakistan.
  5. Ayesha Zafar, Madeeha Malik and AzharHussain (2016). A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Level of Stress among Practicing Pharmacists in Twin Cities of Pakistan. 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, 21st-24th April 2016, Lahore, Pakistan.
  6. ErumAbbasi, Madeeha Malik and AzharHussain (2016). A Descriptive Cross-sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Prescribers Regarding Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines for Management of Hepatitis B and C in Twin Cities of Pakistan. 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, 21st-24th April 2016, Lahore, Pakistan.
  7. Aneela Amin, Madeeha Malik and AzharHussain (2016). A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Evaluating Perceptions and Attitudes of Pharmacists Regarding ADR Reporting in Twin Cities of Pakistan. 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, 21st-24th April 2016, Lahore, Pakistan.
  8. Madiha Khalid, Madeeha Malik and AzharHussain (2016). A Descriptive Cross-sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Prescribers Regarding Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines for Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Twin Cities of Pakistan. 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, 21st-24th April 2016, Lahore, Pakistan.
  9. ZarminaQazi, Madeeha Malik and AzharHussain (2016). Perceptions of pharmacist regarding role of diabetes educator in the management of type II diabetes. 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, 21st-24th April 2016, Lahore, Pakistan.
  10. Madeeha Malik (2016). Overuse of antibiotics in case management of malaria fever at community pharmacies in Pakistan: a threat to rational drug use. National Conference on Recent Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences 2016, 25th-26thOctober 2016, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  11. Rothmann, Martha Lubbe, Jan Gerber, Jan H. Serfontein&Madeeha Malik (2015). Retrospective analysis of antibiotic prescribing patterns in private healthcare sector of South Africa. Proceedings of the South-African Society of Clinical Pharmacy, 3rd-6th June, 2015, Durbin, South Africa.
  12. Rothmann, Martha Lubbe, Jan Gerber, Jan H. Serfontein&Madeeha Malik (2015). Retrospective analysis of antibiotic prescribing patterns in private healthcare sector of South Africa. Proceedings of the South-African Society of Clinical Pharmacy, 3rd-6th June, 2015, Durbin, South Africa.
  13. 15. Madeeha Malik&AzharHussain (2015). Optimizing patient care through effective clinical pharmacy practice in Pakistan: A way forward. Proceedings of South African Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 17th-19th August 2015, Joy burg, South Africa.
  14. Madeeha Malik&AzharHussain (2015). Evaluation of impact of training of dispensers on case management of acute respiratory tract infections at community pharmacies in Pakistan. Proceedings of South African Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 17th-19th August 2015, Joy burg, South Africa.
  15. Madeeha Malik&AzharHussain (2015). Role of Malaria Control Program in Pakistan: A myth or reality? Proceedings of Pharma Middle-East conference, 2nd-4th November 2015, Dubai, UAE.
  16. AzharHussain&Madeeha Malik (2014). Assessment of impact of training of dispensers on disease management of ARI at community pharmacies in Pakistan. Proceedings of 4thInternational Meeting on Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, 18-21st September 2014, Marmara University, Turkey.
  17. AzharHussain, Mohamed Izham Ibrahim, and Madeeha Malik (2013). Dispensing practices at community pharmacies: A cross-sectional study from Pakistan. Proceedings of 18thISPOR Annual International Meeting, 18th-22nd May 2013, New Orleans, LA, USA.
  18. AzharHussain, Mohamed Izham Ibrahim, and Madeeha Malik (2013). Assessment of knowledge of dispensers working at community pharmacies in Pakistan: A threat to public health. 5th International conference, The pharmaceutical life cycle, 2nd-4th September 2013, University of Amsterdam, Netherland.
  19. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2013). Knowledge and perceptions of prescribers regarding adherence to standard treatment guidelines for malaria. A threat to rational treatment practices in Pakistan. 18th ISPOR Annual International Meeting, 18th-22nd May 2013, New Orleans, LA, USA.
  20. AzharHussain, M.I.M Ibrahim &Madeeha Malik (2012). Sale of medicines without supervision of pharmacist at community pharmacies: A threat to safe use of medicines. 17th International Pharmacy conference and exhibition, 19th-21st April 2012, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  21. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2012). Anti-malarial drug management in public and private secondary healthcare facilities: A comparative cross sectional study from Pakistan.17th ISPOR Annual International Meeting, 2nd-6th June 2012, Washington DC, USA.
  22. AzharHussain, M.I.M Ibrahim &Madeeha Malik (2012). Assessment of impact of training of dispensers on disease management of acute respiratory tract infection at community pharmacies in Pakistan. 10th ISPOS, 26th-29th June 2012, Ankara, Turkey.
  23. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2012). Anti-malarial drug management in public and private secondary healthcare facilities: A comparative cross sectional study from Pakistan.17th ISPOR, 2-6 June 2012, Washington DC, USA.
  24. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2012). Role of malaria control program in promoting rational drug use in Pakistan: A way forward. 10thISPOS, 26th-29th June 2012, Ankara, Turkey.
  25. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2012). Is current role of pharmacist fulfilling the challenges of 21stcentury of effective management of anti-malarial drugs in Pakistan? 17th International Pharmacy conference and exhibition, 19th-21st April 2012, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  26. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, JaveidIqbal, Muhammad Shafiq, &NailaAbbasi (2012). Is prescribing of multinational brands more effective in treatment of acute respiratory tract infection in Pakistan? 17th International Pharmacy conference and exhibition, 19-21 April 2012, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  27. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, JaveidIqbal& Muhammad Shafiq (2012). Evaluation of role of chromium supplementation in control of blood glucose levels, body weight and liver enzymes in normal and diabetic rabbits. 10th ISPOS, 26-29th June 2012, Ankara, Turkey.
  28. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2011). Role of Essential Drug List for Effective Anti-Malarial Drug Management in Pakistan. 16th International Pharmacy Conference and Exhibition, 28th April- 1st May 2011, Lahore, Pakistan.
  29. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2011). Why dont health practitioners prescribe rationally in malaria? A qualitative study from Pakistan. ISPOR 14th Annual European Congress, 5th-8th November 2011, Madrid, Spain.
  30. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2011). Current prescribing trends in treatment of malaria in health care system of Pakistan. Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society Conference 21st-23rd October 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  31. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2011). Barriers to rational drug use in treatment of malaria in health care facilities in Pakistan: A qualitative study. Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society Conference, 21st-23rd October 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  32. Madeeha Malik, Mohammed AzmiHassali, AsrulAkmalShafie&AzharHussain (2011). Barriers to rational drug use in treatment of malaria in health care facilities in Pakistan: A qualitative study. Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society Conference, 21st-23rd October 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  33. AzharHussain, Madeeha Malik, Iqbal J, Shafiq M, Abbasi N, Akram A. A comparative study evaluating the prescribing practices among public and private tertiary health care hospitals in Pakistan. 1st AMDI-International Biohealth Sciences Conferences (IBSC)-2010 held at University Science Malaysia from 29thNov- 1st Dec, 2010.
  34. Madeeha Malik, AzharHussain, Iqbal J, Shafiq M, Abbasi N, Akram A. The impact of National AIDS control Program of Pakistan. 1st AMDI-International Biohealth Sciences Conferences (IBSC)- 2010 held at University Science Malaysia from 29thNov- 1st Dec, 2010.

Grants

  1. 2019-20: PI-investigator: Identifying, assessing and designing clinical trials and evaluation methods for readily available consumer products. Smoke free Foundation
  2. 2018-19: PI-investigator: Developing an EQ-5D-3L Value Set and Population Norms for Pakistan – A Pilot Study. EuroQol Foundation.
  3. 2016-18 PI-investigator: Formulation development and in-vitro evaluation of bi-layer tablet of sustained release itopride and immediate release pantoprazole. Hamdard University.
  4. 2016-18 PI-investigator: Evaluation of anti-hyperglycemic, ant-hyperlipidemic and hepatoprotective activity of Carallumaedulis whole plant and it different extracts in alloxan induced diabetic rabbits.Hamdard University.

Book Chapter

“Pharmacovigilance in Pakistan: A Neglected Link. Published in Special issues inPharmacovigilance in resource limited countries, Springer Sciences Business Media Singapore Pte Ltd.

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

  1. Assessment of Health Related Quality of life and Depression among Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease in Pakistan
  2. Assessment of Health Related Quality of life and Depression among Patients of Breast Cancer in Pakistan
  3. A Qualitative Study exploring Factors affecting Supply Chain Management of Pharmaceuticals Products and Vaccines in Pakistan
  4. Assessment of Health Information System in Islamabad Capital Territory and Rawalpindi District Pakistan
  5. Impact of Pharmacist Counseling on Blood Pressure and Spring Glucose Control of Hypertensive and Diabetic Patients attending Community Pharmacies in Pakistan
  6. Comparison of Learning Styles of Pharmacy Students and Faculty Members in Pakistan
  7. Assessment of Relationship between Cognitive impairment and Memory Loss in Hypertensive Patients in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  8. Effects of Anti-epileptic Drugs on Cognition and Psychomotor Functions of Epileptic Patients in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  9. Assessment of Health Related Quality of Life and Binge Eating Disorder among Overweight/Obese in Relation to BMI in Two Major Cities of Pakistan
  10. A Descriptive Cross-sectional Study Assessing Medication Adherence and Health Related Quality of Life among Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients in Rawalpindi & Islamabad
  11. Assessment of Smoking Habits and Attitude towards smoking Cessation Interventions among Healthcare Professionals in Pakistan
  12. Evaluation of Relationship between Personality Traits and Job performance of Pharmacists in Pakistan
  13. Effects of Anti-depressant drugs on cognition and memory among patients of depression in Pakistan
  14. A descriptive cross-sectional study assessing relationship between cognitive impairment and memory loss among diabetes patients in Pakistan
  15. Identification of major risk factors associated with development of coronary heart disease and appraisal of diabetes in Pakistan
  16. Assessment of health related quality of life and sleep quality among patients of insomnia in twin cities of Pakistan
  17. Relationship between perceived emotional intelligence and work life balance among healthcare professionals in Pakistan
  18. A descriptive cross sectional study assessing health literacy among asthmatic patients in twin cities of Pakistan
  19. Assessment of Postpartum Depression and Quality of Life after Different Modes of Delivery in Women in Pakistan
  20. Assessment of Health Related Quality of Life and Depression among Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients in Pakistan
  21. Assessment of Health Related Quality of Life and Depression among Asthmatic Patients in Pakistan
  22. Assessment of Performance of Functional Health Literacy of Diabetes Type II and Hypertensive Patients in Pakistan
  23. Assessment of Functional Health Literacy of Healthcare Professionals in Pakistan
  24. Assessment of Perceptions, Attitudes and Practice of Different Health Care Professionals towards the Quality, Safety and Price of Locally Manufactured Medicines used for Hypertension and Type II Diabetes in Pakistan
  25. Evaluation of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Patient and their care givers regarding pulmonary Tuberculosis in Pakistan
  26. Assessment of Chronic Disease Patient’s Adherence on Medical Outcomes in District Swat, Pakistan
  27. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Evaluating the Impact of Different Work-Life Balance Factors among Pharmacists in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  28. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Prescribers Regarding Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines for Rheumatoid Arthritis in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  29. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Pharmacists regarding ADR Reporting in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  30. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Nutritionists and Community Pharmacists regarding Obesity Management in Pakistan
  31. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Evaluating Knowledge and Perceptions of Prescribers, Diabetic Patients and Diabetes Educators regarding Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines and Role of Diabetes Educator in the Management of Type II Diabetes in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  32. A Descriptive Cross-sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Prescribers Regarding Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines for Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  33. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Prescribers Regarding Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines for Hypertension in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  34. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Level of Stress among Practicing Pharmacists in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  35. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Knowledge and Perceptions of Prescribers Regarding Adherence to Standard Treatment Guidelines for Hepatitis B and C in Twin Cities of Pakistan
  36. A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Assessing Labeling Practices for Medicines Dispensed in Public and Private Healthcare Facilities in Twin Cities of Pakistan

AFFILIATION & CERTIFICATIONS

  • Appointed as “HEC Approved Supervisor”
  • Appointed as  Director“Board  of  Directors Funds  for  Protected  Areas, IUCN, Pakistan
  • Certified Trainer for NHS, USA“Principals of Clinical Research Methodology”
  • Appointed as Member Atiner Global Village, Greece.
  • Registered Pharmacist with Pakistan Pharmacy Council

 

 

 

Faculty Name:           Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri

Designation:               Assistant Professor

Qualification: Ph.D. (Pharmaceutics), University of Karachi

Research Interest: Formulation and products developments. Palletization, Analytical method developments, Pharmaceutical quality assurance and control, pharmaceutical technology.

Publications (24)

  1. Kamran Ahmed, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Fahad Siddiqui, Faaiza Qazi, Javeria Iftikhar, Farrukh Rafiq Ahmed, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri (2020). Comparative pharmacokinetics of osmotic-controlled and immediate-release Eperisone tablet formulation in healthy human subjects using a sensitive plasma LC-ESI-MS/MS method. Scientific Reports. 10: 1687. ttps://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-58801-1. (W-Category)

 

  1. Rida Khalid, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Humera Sarwar, Riffat Yasmin, Kamran Zaheer, Sohail Anwer and Anab Fatima (2020). Influence of cellulose and acetate-based polymers on the release of ciprofloxacin HCl from extended release matrix tablets prepared by direct compression technique. Bulletin of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Assiut, online published, ISSN; 1110-0052, Publisher, Faculty of Pharmacy, Assiut University, Egypt. (W-Category)

 

  1. Shaukat Ali, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Humera Sarwar, Mehrukh Zehravi, Kamran Ahmed, Kamran Zaheer, Riffat Yasmin (2019). Pharmaceutical Equivalence Studies of Different Brands of Sparfloxacin 100 mg Tablets Available in Pakistani Market. RADS J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci. 7(3): 128-135. (Z-Category)

 

  1. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Kamran Zaheer, Tariq Ali, Kamran Ahmed, Faaiza Qazi and Sohail Anwer (2019): Formulation development and characterization of highly water-soluble drug loaded extended release pellets prepared by extrusion-spheronization technique: Journal of Coating Technology and Research. 16 (5) 1351–1365. (W-Category)

 

  1. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Fahad Siddiqui, Faaiza Qazi, Kamran Ahmed, Sohail Anwer and Kamran Zaheer (2019). Comparative pharmacokinetic evaluation of extended release Itopride HCl pellets with tablet formulations in healthy human subjects: A two treatment, four period crossover study in Fasted and Fed condition. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy. 45 (3), 415–422. Taylor & Francis Online, https://doi.org/10.1080/03639045. (W-Category)

 

  1. Riffat Yasmin, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Faaiza Qazi, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Tariq Ali, Huma Ali and Farya Zafar (2019). Formulation development and in-vitro evaluation of fast dispersible, taste masked Aceclofenac compacted pellets. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Science; 32 (1). (W-Category)

 

  1. Danish Ali, Syed Baqir Shyum Naqvi, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Kamran Ahmed, Muhammad Azeem, Kamran Zaheer, Muhammad Masoom Akhtar (2020). Evaluation of prevalence of cancers and its chemotherapy in different ethnic groups of Pakistan: A retrospective study. Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. (Accepted) (W-Category)

 

  1. Mazhar Rasool Shah, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Sohail Anwer, Tariq Ali, Kamran Ahmed, Kamran Zaheer, Muhammad Azeem, Muhammad Umair Saleem (2019). Pharmaceutical quality assessment of different brands of moxifloxacin 400mg tablets available in Pakistan. RADS Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 7(1): 2-8. (HEC, Z-Category)

 

  1. Ali Saleem, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Kamran Zaheer, Sohail Anwer, Tariq Ali, Humera Sarwar, Muhammad Azeem and Syed S. Baqir Naqvi (2018). Comparative Pharmaceutical Equivalence Studies of Sofosbuvir 400 mg Tablets Available in Pakistani Market. Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 37(12). (W-Category)

 

  1. Muhammad Raza, Syed Baqir S. Naqvi, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Tariq Ali, Kamran Zaheer, Ali Saleem, Humera Sarwar, Muhmmad Azeem (2018). Pharmaceutical Analysis of Different Brands of Solifenacin Tablets Available in Pakistani Market. RADS Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6(2): 152-156. (Z-Category)

 

  1. Madiha Maboos, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Iqbal Nasiri, Tazeen Hussain ,Hafiza Fouzia Ahmed, Wajiha Iffat (2018). Effect of Lipid and cellulose based matrix former on the release of highly soluble drug from extruded/spheronized, sintered and compacted pellets. Lipids in Health and Disease, 17(136). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12944-018-0783-8. (W-Category)

 

  1. Muhammad A. ASGHAR, Mehrukh ZEHRAVI, Muhammad L. RAZA, Muhammad A. ASGHAR, Nazish MUMTAZ, Muhammad I. NASIRI & Ahad A. REHMAN (2018). Design and Optimization of Pregabalin Conventional Release Formulations using Central Composite Design and Response Surface Methodology. Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 37(6). (W-Category)

 

  1. Kamran Ahmed, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Faaiza Qazi, Sohail Anwer Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, and Zafar Alam Mehmood (2018). Use of Opadry® CA – A Cellulose Acetate/Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) system for Rate Controlled Osmotic Drug Delivery of highly soluble Antispastic agent Eperisone HC. Advances in Polymer Technology. 1 –13. DOI: 10.1002/adv.21946, (W-Category)

 

  1. Faaiza Qazi, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Kamran Ahmed and Mansoor Ahmad (2017). Lipids bearing extruded-spheronized pellets for extended release of poorly soluble antiemetic agent—Meclizine HCl. Lipids in Health and Disease, 16:75. DOI 10.1186/s12944-017-0466-x. (W-Category)

 

  1. Najia Rahim, Wajiha Iffat, Sadia Shakeel, Muhammad Iyad Naeem, Faiza Qazi, Mehwish Rizvi, Iqbal Nasiri, Lubna Bashir, Faisal Muhammad Khan, Hina Yaseen, Shazia Jamshed (2017). Perspectives about Pandemic Influenza and Its Prophylactic Measures among Final Year Pharmacy Students in Karachi, Pakistan. Journal of pharmacy & bioallied sciences. 9(2).

 

  1. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Muhammad Fayyaz, Faaiza Qazi and Kamran Ahmed (2016). Investigation on release of highly water-soluble drug from matrix coated pellets prepared by extrusion-spheronization technique. Journal of Coating Technology and Research, January, 13(2) 333–344. DOI 10.1007/s11998-015-9749-1. (W-Category)

 

  1. Zamir Hussain, S. Baqir. S. Naqvi, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Ahsan Ali (2016). Process validation of tablet containing Irbesartan 300g and Hydrochlorothiazide 12.5mg. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, 7(5), 765-773.

 

  1. Samiullah Burki, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Sohail Anwer, Rizwan Ahmad and Kamran Ahmed (2016). Comparative study on resistance pattern of clinical isolates of severe acute pancreatitis against Moxifloxacin and Ciprofloxacin; an in-vitro study. Journal of PharmaSciTech. 5(2), 61-63.

 

  1. Junaid R. Syed, Sohail Anwer, Hina Rehman, Kamran Alam, Huma shareef and Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri (2016). Traditional remedy of Morus Nigra L. herb transformation to modern dosage form to enhance localized effect. Hamdard Medicus, 59(3), 1-8. (HEC, Z-Category)

 

  1. Muhammad Talha Usmani, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Kamran Zaheer and Kamran Ahmed (2015). Development and Evaluation of Orally Disintegrating Tablet of Montelukast Sodium by direct compression method. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, January; 14 (1), 1-6. (W-Category)

 

  1. Muhammad Fayyaz, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Muhammad Harris shoaib, Tariq Ali, Iqbal Nasiri and Nadia Ashraf (2015). Qualitative evaluation and in-vitro interaction studies between Levofloxacin 250mg and Diclofenac sodium 250mg tablets. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Science. 28(1), 119-128. (W-Category)

 

  1. Anab Fatima, Syed B Naqvi, Iyad N Mohammed, Shaheen Perveen, Iqbal Nasiri, Sheikh A Khaliq (2014). Pharmacokinetic evaluation of amoxicillin alone and simultaneous administration of antacid. International Journal of Pharmacy; 4(4): 102-107.

 

  1. Faisal Sultan, Muhammad Harris Shoaib, Rabia Ismail Yousuf, Farrukh Rafiq Ahmed, Faseeh A Salam, Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Muhammad Atif Khan and Saeed Manzoor (2014). Simultaneous quantitation of spirin, amlodipine and simvastatin in a fixed dose combination of encapsulated tablet formulation by HPLC-UV method. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Science. 27(5) (Special), 1553-1558. (W-Category).

 

  1. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri, Syed Baqir Shyum Naqvi, Aamir Ali Zaidi, Rehana Saeed and Ghazala Raza (2013). Comparative study on resistant pattern of clinical isolates against Levofloxacin and Cefepime. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Science. 26(2), 415-419. (W-Category)

Conferences:

  1. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri (2015). Perspective and dimension of drug product bioequivalence in 21st century. Conference, organized by Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Karachi, December 2015, Dr. A Q Khan Research Center Auditorium University of Karachi.

 

  1. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri (2014). International Seminar on “Eudragit & Health Care Workshop and its use in” Sustained Release Matrix & Enteric Coating and Moisture & Taste Masking, on 25th November 2014 at Marriott Hotel

 

  1. Muhammad Iqbal Nasiri (2014). 6th National Pharmacognosy conference on “Healthcare Concerns and Phytotherapies” organized by Pakistan Society of Pharmacognosy and Natural Therapy, held on 26th June 2014 at Faculty of Pharmacy, University of

 

Grants:

  1. 2015-16: Co-PI-investigator: Pharmacokinetics and bioequivalence studies of Itopride HCl in local population. HURC and University of Karachi.

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision (thesis titles only)

  • Formulation Development, Optimization and In-Vitro Evaluation of Controlled Release Matrix Tablets of Itopride Hydrochloride (2019) – Phil. (Pharmaceutics)
  • Comparative In-Vitro Evaluation of Different Sparfloxacin Tablet Formulations Available in Pakistan (2019) – Phil. (Pharmaceutics)
  • Pharmaceutical Evaluation of Different Brands of Moxifloxacin Available in Local Market (2019) – Phil. (Pharmaceutics)
  • In-vitro pharmaceutical equivalence studies of different brand of sofosbuvir available in Pakistan (2019) – Phil. (Pharmaceutics)
  • Development and validation of HPLC method for Daclatasvir and in-vitro evaluation of tablet dosage form (2019) – Phil. (Pharmaceutics)
  • Development and validation of RP-HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of Sofosbuvir and Ledipasvir in pharmaceutical products (2019) – Phil. (Pharmaceutics)
  • Development of controlled release tablets of Ciprofloxacin by using different polymers (2019) – Phil. (Pharmaceutics)
  • Comparative in-vitro quality evaluation and stability testing of commercial brands of Pregabalin Capsules. M.Phil. (Pharmaceutics) (2018)
  • Comparative study on sensitivity pattern of different clinical isolates against Ciprofloxacin, Cefepime, Amoxicillin and M.Phil. (Pharmaceutics) -(2018)
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis of Different Brands of Solifenacin Tablet Available in Local Market. M.Phil. (Pharmaceutics) – (2018)

 

Affiliation & Certifications

  1. “Public Awareness Program” on Malaria held on 3rd May 2017 at Bait -al-Hikmah Auditorium, Hamdard University, organized by Martin Dow Limited and Faculty of Pharmacy Hamdard University Karachi.
  2. An interactive session on “Emotional Intelligence” held on 28th October 2016 at Bait -al-Hikmah Auditorium, Hamdard University, organized by Faculty of Pharmacy Hamdard University Karachi.
  3. “Two Days 2nd Pharmacy Career Conference” Held on 16th and 17th August 2016 at Bait -al- Hikmah Auditorium, Hamdard University, organized by Faculty of Pharmacy Hamdard University Karachi.

 

  1. Research Proposal and Thesis Writing: Two-day Online-Workshop/Webinar, held on April 08 and 09, 2016 at Hamdard University Karachi through webinar, organized by Institute of Research Promotion (IRP).
  2. Role of drug poison and information center in addressing public health issues. Organized by Faculty of Pharmacy, Hamdard University, Karachi, held on 30th October 2014.
  3. Biostatistics and its applications using SPSS; Two-day Online-Workshop/Webinar, held on September 15-16, 2014 at Hamdard University Karachi, via webinar, organized by Institute of Research Promotion (IRP).
  4. Research Methodology and Statistical tool “Endnotes”; One-day Training, on March 2013 at Faculty of Pharmacy, Hamdard University Karachi.
  5. Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making; In-house one-day workshop, held on March 15, 2012 at Arena Hotel Karsaz Karachi.
  6. Time and Stress Management; One-day Workshop, held on April 13, 2012 at Ramada Hotel Plaza Karachi.
  7. Established Pharmaceuticals division (EPD) “winning together” One-month Training Workshop, held at Abbott Laboratories Pakistan.
  8. High Impact Communication Skill; One-day Training Workshop, held on April 07, 2011 at Ramada Hotel Plaza Karachi.
  9. cGMP of Small Volume Parenterals; One-day Workshop, on September 17, 2010 at Abbott Laboratories Pakistan.
  10. GMP in a Global Pharmaceutical Marketplace; Online Training, held at Abbott Laboratories Pakistan.
  11. Abbott Quality College Certificates of achievements:
    1. Introduction to Corrective and preventive action (CAPA) process.
    2. Introduction to CAPA process Rubric.
  • Certified Approver, Investigator, Certified Resolution Planner and Initiator/Evaluator

 

  1. Faculty Name: Dr. Orva Abdullah

Designation:  Assistant Professor

Qualification: Ph.D (Pharmaceutics), The Islamia University of Bahawalpur.

Research Interest: Formulation Development, Characterization & In vivo Evaluations

Drug Targeting, Hydrogels, Crosslinked Matrix Systems, Nanogels Technologies

 

Publications

  1. Aousaf Ahmed, Mahmood Ahmad*, Muhammad Usman Minhas, Sana Tanveer &Orva Abdullah. Preparation and assessment of finasteride impregenated hybrid PEG nanogels for transdermal drug delivery.2019, LAJP-6299_19_21094.
  2. Sarfaraz Ahmad, Muhammad Usman Minhas, Mahmood Ahmad, Muhammad Sohail,Qandeel Khalid,Orva Abdullah. Synthesis and evaluation of topical hydrogel membranes; a novel approach to treat skin disorders. Journal of Materials Science Materials in Medicine.Dec.2018. DOI: 10.1007/s10856-018-6191
  3. Orva Abdullah, Muhammad Usman Minhas, Mahmood Ahmad, Sarfaraz Ahmad and Aousaf Ahmad. Synthesis of hydrogels for combinatorial delivery of 5-Flourouracil and Leucovorin calcium in colon cancer; Optimization, in-vitro characterization and its toxicological evaluation. Polymer Bulletin.September 2018; DOI:1007/s00289-018-2509-5

 

  1. Orva Abdullah, Muhammad Usman Minhas, Mahmood Ahmad, Sarfaraz Ahmad, Kashif Barkat and Aousaf ahmad. Synthesis, optimization, and evaluation of polyvinyl alcohol-basedhydrogels as controlled combinatorial drug delivery system for colon cancer. Advances in Polymer Technology, August 2018; DOI: 10.1002/adv.22119

 

  1. Sarfaraz Ahmad,Muhammad Usman Minhas, Mahmood Ahmad, Muhammad Sohail, Orva Abdullah and Kifayat ullah khan. Topical hydrogel patches of vinyl monomers containingmupirocin for skin injuries. Advances in Polymer Technology, August 2018; DOI: 10.1002/adv.22124
  2. Sarfaraz Ahmad,Muhammad Usman Minhas, Mahmood Ahmad, Muhammad Sohail, Orva Abdullah and Syed Faisal Badshah. Preparation and Evaluation of Skin Wound Healing Chitosan-Based Hydrogel Membranes. AAPS Pharm SciTech, August 2018; DOI: 10.1208/s12249-018

 

  1. Faculty Name: Dr. Muhammad Masoom Akhtar

Designation: Assistant professor

Qualifications:

  1. pharmacy (Punjab University)
  2. Phil., Pharmacology (Punjab University)

Ph. D (Hamdard University, Karachi)

 

Publications:

Akhtar, M.M., Waheed, A., Sheikh, D., and Hussain, A., (2014). Role of Pharmacist in Improving Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in Hypertensive Patients in Pakistan. American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 2(5B): p. 17-22.

 

Conferences:

Akhtar, M. M. (2016). Evaluation of cardiologist adherence to hypertension guidelines JNC7-An importanat prospect for rational use of drugs in Pakistan, Emerging role of pharmacist in public health, 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, Lahore, April 2016, Lahore: Pakistan Pharmacist Association Publications.

 

  1. Faculty name: Yousaf Kamal

Designation:   Assistant Professor

Qualification:

Degree name

University name

Ph.D (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

(In-progress)

COMSATS University Islamabad, Abbottabad Campus.         

M.Phil (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan

Bachelor of Pharmacy

Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan

 

Research Interest:    

  • Drug discovery & drug development.
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Anti-cancerous potential of medicinal plants.
  • Natural product chemistry.
  • Bioactive natural product research.
  • Standardization of Herbal Drugs
  • Phytomedicinal Investigations

 

Publications:

  1. Muhammad Rizwan khan, Mohsin Abbas khan, Asad Hammad, Khalil Ahmed and Yousaf Kamal (2019). Synthesis, characterization and in vitro biological studies of derivatives of Doxycycline. RADS journal of pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. RADS J Pharm, Pharm Sci. 2019; 7(4): 215-226.
  2. Yousaf Kamal, Bashir Ahmad Ch., Muhammad Uzair, Nadeem Irshad, Muhammad Yaseen and Iftikhar Hussain (2014). In Vitro Evaluation of antibacterial, antifungal and phytotoxicity activity of different extracts of leaves of Kalanchoe pinnata. Journal of Applied Pharmacy. 6 (4):446-450.
  3. Muhammad Yaseen, Nadeem Irshad, Iftikhar Hussain and Yousaf Kamal (2014). Quantitative analysis of flavonoid contents in ether extract of different medicinal plants naturally growing in Pakistan, Indian Journal of Advances in Plant Research (IJAPR), 1(4):34-36.
  4. Muhammad Yaseen, Nadeem Irshad, Muhammad Imran Qayyum & Yousaf Kamal (2014). Evaluation of antibacterial and cholinomimetic activities of different extracts of Conyza bonariensis, Indian Journal of Advances in Plant Research (IJAPR), 1(4):37-40.
  5. Muhammad Shoaib Akhter, Nadeem Irshad, Abdul Malik and Yousaf Kamal (2013). Need for new hypoglycemic agents. An overview. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research. 4(1):77-82.
  6. Nadeem Irshad, Muhammad Shoaib Akhter, Yousaf Kamal, M. Imran Qayyum, Abdul Malik, Hafiz Rashid Hussain (2013) Antihyperlipidemic and renoprotective activities of methanolic extract of Canscora decussata extract in alloxan-induced diabetic rabbits. Bangladesh Journal of Pharmacology 8:323-327.
  7. Muhammad Shoaib Akhter, Abdul Malik, Nadeem Irshad, Ghulam Abbas, M. Imran Qayyum, Yousaf Kamal (2012). Modulatory effects of Canscora decussata (Schult) on hematological parameters in alloxan induced diabetes model. Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, 3(2): 108-113.

Conferences:

  1. Yousaf Kamal (2020) “In Vitro Evaluation of Biological and Phytochemical attributes of Bauhinia variegata”. 5th Hamdard International Conference: Global Popularity of Alternative Medicine, Responsibilities and Challenges (5th HICGPAMRC)-2020, January 9- 11, 2020.
  2. Yousaf Kamal (2019) “In Vitro Evaluation of Biological and Phytochemical attributes of Kalanchoe pinnata”. 2nd National Conference on Pharmaceutical Innovations and Future Prospects, April 26-27, 2019 at College of Pharmacy, University of Sargodha.
  3. Yousaf Kamal (2019) Phytochemical investigation and the biological studies of Bauhinia variegata. 3rd International Conference on “RECENT INNOVATIONS IN PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES” (ICRIPS-2019) March 13-14,2019 at Riphah International University Islamabad
  4. Yousaf Kamal (2018) Anti hyper glycemic effects of methanolic extract of Canscora decussata (Schult) in normal alloxan induced diabetic rabbits. National conference on plants from food to phytomedicine May 3-4, 2018. At university of Sargodha.
  5. Yousaf Kamal (2018) In vitro evaluation of anti bacterial, anti fungal and phytotoxicity activity of different extracts of leaves of Kalanchoe pinnata. 7th international and 16th national conference on “plant resources; current trends, challenges and solutions”.24-26 March, 2018 at Islamia College Peshawar, The University of Peshawar.
  6. Yousaf Kamal (2017) “Evaluation of antibacterial and cholinomimetic activities of different extracts of Conyza bonariensis” 4th Hamdard International Conference on Unani Medicine-2017 “UNANI MEDICINE: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE” January 9-11,2017 at Hamdard University, Madinat al- Hikma, Karachi, Pakistan.
  7. Yousaf Kamal (2014) “Anti-hyperlipidemic and renoprotective activities of methanolic extract of Canscora decussata extract in alloxan-induced diabetic rabbits”. Two days National Conference (2014), Applied Aspects of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Patient Care, June 18-19,2014 at Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. The University of Poonch, Rawalakot, Pakistan.
  1. Yousaf Kamal (2013) “Modulatory effects of Canscora decussata (Schult) on hematological parameters in alloxan induced diabetes model”.5th International Conference on Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESDev-2013), Drug Development Natural and Synthetic, August 25-27, 2013 at COMSATS Institute of Information and Technology (CIIT), Abbottabad, Pakistan.

Affiliation & Certifications:

  • Registered with Punjab Pharmacy Council, Pakistan as Category “A” Pharmacist. (Reg. No. 003540-A/05)
  • Member of Pakistan Pharmacist Association.
  1. Sidrah Hafeez R.Ph

Assistant Professor

PhD Scholar (Industrial Biotechnology) National University of Science & Technology Islamabad

M.Phil. (Microbiology) Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad

Pharm-D Riphah University Islamabad

Research interest

Isolation, production, purification and characterization of anti-cancer metabolites for novel drug discovery. Design and establishment of Bacteriophage formulation design and optimization for resistant bacterial infections

Conferences

  • Hafeez S, (2019), Preparation and Characterization of Herbal Moisturizer : 1st International conference on research perspectives in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hamdard University Karachi
  • Hafeez S, (2013) “Evaluation of fungal isolate NFW8 as a source of natural colored secondary metabolites” Ninth International Biennial Conference of Pakistan Society of Microbiology

 

  • 1st International conference, “Research Perspectives in Pharmaceutical Sciences”, organized by Department of Pharmacy Hamdard University Karachi on Oct 23-25, 2019

 

  • 3rd International Conference, “ Recent Advancement in Pharmaceutical Research and Drug Delivery” organized by Department of Pharmacy Quaid-i-Azam university Islamabad on Feb 18-20 2019

 

  • 15th Annual Conference, Infectious diseases organized by Medical Microbiology & Infectious Disease Society of Pakistan on 15-17th Mar, 2018 at Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Rawalpindi

 

  • 16th Annual Conference of Pakistan Pharmacist Association 21-24th Apr, 2016

 

  • Ninth International Biennial Conference of Pakistan Society of Microbiology “Evaluation of fungal isolate NFW8 as a source of natural colored secondary metabolites” January 28-30 January, 2013

 

Affiliations & Certifications

  • Reviewer of research manuscript at Healthcare Journal of Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences
  • Associate Editor of book titled “Herbal Treatment for Minor Ailments” compiled by Hamdard Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Islamabad.
  • External examiner for Pharmacy Technician examination 2019 conducted by Pharmacy Council of Pakistan
  • Certified Endnote and SPSS specialist
  • Research Proposal writer
  • HEC certified Microsoft Specialist
  • Member Pakistan Society of Pharmacy Practice
  • Member Pakistan Pharmacist Association
  1. Ayesha Zafar R.Ph

Lecturer

M.Phil (Pharmacy Practice) Hamdard University Islamabad Campus

Pharm-D Government College University Faisalabad

Research interest

Design and implementation of interventions for management of stress and depression among Pharmacists and pharmacy students. Establishment of well synchronized protocol for cost effective formulation evaluation protocol

Publications

  • Malik M., Zafar A and Hussain A, (2017), Occupational Stress among Practicing Pharmacists in Pakistan: The Current Dilemma, JPCR, 4(2):1-7.

 

  • Zafar A, Malik M and Hussain A,(2016), Assessment of Level of Stress among Practicing Pharmacists in Twin Cities of Pakistan, Pakistan Pharmacist Association 16th

 

Conferences

  • Zafar A, (2019), Preparation and Characterization of Aloevera Facewash: 1st International conference on research perspectives in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hamdard University Karachi

 

  • Zafar A, (2019), 1st International conference, “Research Perspectives in Pharmaceutical Sciences”, organized by Department of Pharmacy Hamdard University Karachi
  • Zafar A, (2019), 3rd International Conference, “ Recent Advancement in Pharmaceutical Research and Drug Delivery” organized by Department of Pharmacy Quaid-i-Azam university Islamabad

 

  • Zafar A, (2018), 15th Annual Conference, Infectious diseases organized by Medical Microbiology & Infectious Disease Society of Pakistan at Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Rawalpindi

 

  • Zafar A, (2019), 16th Annual Conference of Pakistan Pharmacist Association

 

 

Affiliations & Certifications

  • External examiner for Pharmacy Technician examination 2019 conducted by Pharmacy Council of Pakistan
  • Certified trainer for Lab establishment, management, maintenance and equipment handling protocol
  • Associate Editor of book titled “Herbal Treatment for Minor Ailments” compiled by Hamdard Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Islamabad.
  • Certified Endnote and SPSS specialist
  • Research Proposal writer
  • HEC certified Microsoft Specialist
  • Member Pakistan Society of Pharmacy Practice

 

 

 

  1. Zahid Munawar

Lecturer of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Qualification:

  • PhD (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

In Progress

Islmia University Bahawalpur

  • Phil (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

            Riphah Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Islamabad

  • Pharm D (2007-2012)

College of Pharmacy,

Govt. College University. Faisalabad

Research Interest

Chemical Synthesis of new pharmaceutically relevant compounds

Drug development

Medicinal plants

Computational Chemistry

Publications (as per template below)

·         Zahid Munawar, Miana. G.A., and Madeeha Malik (2017).  Assessment of in vitro activity of crude extracts of Berberis lycium against Salmonella typhi. International Journal of development research. 7(1), 10992-10996.

  • Zahid Munawar, Madeeha Malik, and Mateen Abbas (2017). Pharmaceutical evaluation of Mefenemic acid tablets available in local market of Rawalpindi Islamabad, Pakistan. Hamdard medicus 60 (1), 48-53.
  • Zahid Munawar, Mateen Abbas (2018). Assessment of Antiurolithic Potential of Crude Extracts of Berberis lycium by In-vitro Inhibition of Calcium Oxalate Crystallization. Healthcare Journal of Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences. 1(2), 30-38.

 

 

Conferences (as per template below)

  • Zahid Munawar, Madeeha Malik, and G.A. Miana (2017). In vitro Anti urolithic activity of crude extracts of Berberis lycium. 1st national conference on emerging trends in pharmaceutical sciences. 09-11 October, 2017, University of Malakand, Pakistan.
  • Zahid Munawar (2019). In vitro evaluation of antiurolithic effects of crude extracts of Justicia adhatoda.20th International Pharmacy Conference and Exhibition 2019 on Recent advancements, future trends, and challenges in Pharmacy organized by Pakistan Pharmacist Organization. 27th-30th October, 2019. Lahore, Pakistan.
  • Zahid Munawar (2019). Pharmaceutical evaluation of different brands of Diazepam tablets (5mg) available in Rawalpindi and Islamabad cities of Pakistan. 1st international conference on research perspectives in pharmaceutical sciences 23rd-25th October, 2019. Hamdard University Karachi Pakistan
  1. Faculty Name

Ayisha Hashmi

Designation

Lecturer

Qualification

  1. Phil Pharmacy Practice 2014-2016 (Hamdard University Islamabad Campus)

Doctor of Pharmacy 2008-2013 (Hamdard University Islamabad Campus)

Research Interest

Social and Administrative Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacy, Mental Health, Pharmacy workforce, Work-life balance, health related quality of life, pharmacy education

Publications

  1. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Sabiha Khan, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Quality, Safety and Efficacy of Generic Medicines used for Diabetes and Hypertension: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555723.
  2. Madeeha Malik, Iter un Nisha, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Assessment of Depression among Chronic Kidney Disease Patients in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555724.
  3. Madeeha Malik, Areeba Komal, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Learning Styles Preferences among Faculty Members and Pharmacy Students in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555725.
  4. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Sehrish Malik, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Cognition and Memory Impairment among Patients of Epilepsy in Pakistan-The Role of Conventional and Newer Anti-Epileptics. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555726.
  5. Madeeha Malik, Waseem Shaukat, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Impact of Obesity on Health-Related Quality of Life: An Emerging Pandemic in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5),
  6. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Sehrish Malik, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). The Burden Of Epilepsy And Impact Of Anti-Epileptic Medications On Cognition And Psychomotor Functioning: A Literature Review. Indoamerican Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 9 (8), 3175-3185.
  7. Madeeha Malik, Muhammad Usama Khan, Azhar Hussain and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Cognition and Memory Impairment among Patients of Depression in Pakistan-The Role of Conventional and Newer Anti-Depressants. Archive of Psychiatry and Mental Health, 3, 20-24.
  8. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi, Faiqa Zainab Awan (2019). The Impact of Rheumatoid Arthritis on Health Related Quality of Life: A Literature Review of Developed and Developing World. Journal of Medical Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences, 2079-2087.
  9. Madeeha Malik, Ayisha Hashmi & Azhar Hussain (2018). Prevalence of Depression among Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) Students: A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. Panacea Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 7(3);99-120
  10. Madeeha Malik, Madiha Khan, Azhar Hussain and Ayisha Hashmi (2018). Impact of Functional Health Literacy in Chronic Disease Management: The Public Health Dilemma in Pakistan. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6(1), 14-23.
  11. Madeeha Malik, Ayesha Hashmi, Azhar Hussain, Mateen Abbas, Hamza Saeed and Ekere Essein (2017). Smoking Habits and Attitude of General Community towards Smoking Cessation Interventions in Pakistan. Hamdard Medicus. Vol Jul-Sep 2017.
  12. Madeeha Malik, Adeela Khan, Azhar Hussain and Ayisha Hashmi (2017). Assessment of Health-related Quality of Life Among Asthmatic Patients: The Need for Structured Pharmaceutical Care Delivery System in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences. 9 (4), 272-278.
  13. Madeeha Malik, Adeela Khan, Azhar Hussain & Ayisha Hashmi (2017). Prevalence of Depression among Asthmatic Patients in Pakistan: Challenges for Integrated Team Care. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Allied Sciences, 6 (4), 8-16.
  14. Madeeha Malik, Ayisha Hashmi, Junaid Khalid & Mateen Abbas (2017) Functional Health Literacy among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students: A Cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. Pharmacy & Pharmacology International Journal, 5 (5), 00136.
  15. Madeeha Malik, Zirwa Asim, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi & A.Q. Javed (2017) Assessment of post-partum depression among women having different modes of delivery: A cross-sectional study from Pakistan. International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, 6 (9), 1719-1729.
  16. Mateen Abbas, Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Ayesha Hashmi & Junaid Cheema (2016).Knowledge and practice of derayan community towards self care management of diabetes: a descriptive cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. International Journal of Current Research, 8 (11)42292-42295.
  17. Madeeha Malik, Ayisha Hashmi, Azhar Hussain, Muhammad Azeem and Martha S. Lubbe (2016). Perceptions of pharmacists towards the importance of work-life balance: A descriptive cross-sectional study from Pakistan. Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 35(4), 724-733.
  18. Ayisha Hashmi, Madeeha Malik and Azhar Hussain (2016). Work-Life Balance and its Impact on Job Satisfaction among Pharmacists: A Literature Review. International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, 4(1), 29-36

Conferences (as per template below)

  1. Ayisha Hashmi, Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Usman Aslam (2019). Impact of Community Pharmacy Diabetes Care Program on Glycemic and Control and Knowledge: An Unexplored Opportunity for Community Pharmacists in Pakistan. 20th International Pharmacy Conference and Exhibition 2019, 27th-30th October 2019, Lahore, Pakistan.
  2. Ayisha Hashmi, Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Usman Aslam (2019). Impact of Pharmacist Led Educational Intervention on Patients with Hypertension: A Randomized Controlled Trial from Twin Cities of Pakistan. 1st International Conference on Research Perspectives in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  1. Hajra Rahim and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). The Anti-Emetic Potential of Citrullus colocynthis Seed Extract in Chick Model, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  2. Anum Rehman and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Assessment of Happiness Level among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students studying in Islamabad, Pakistan, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  3. Almas Zahid and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Anti-Bacterial Activity of Extracts of Psidium guajava, Trachyspermum ammi, Nigella sativa and Curcuma longa on Escherichia coli, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  4. Zanjabeela Yaqoob and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Microbiological Evaluation of Different Brands of UHT Treated Milk and Fresh Milk available in Islamabad, Pakistan, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  5. Muatter Nadeem and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Assessment of Work-Life Balance of Pharmacists working in Twin Cities of Pakistan, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  6. Sadia Awan and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Evaluation of Anti-Fungal Activity of Camellia sinensis and Camellia assamica against Rhizopus stolonifera, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  7. Anmber Zia and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Formulation and Characterization of Acetylsalicylic Acid and Turmeric Anti-acne Cream, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  8. Iqra Liaqat and Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Determination of Anti-Bacterial Activity of Caffeine against Gram Negative Bacteria, 1st International conference on Research perspective in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  1. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi & Zeeshan Arshad (2018). Depression among Doctor of Pharmacy Students: A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study from Pakistan. International Conference on Pharma, Biotechnology and Healthcare, 12-13th November 2018, Dubai, UAE.
  2.  Ayisha Hashmi, Madeeha Malik and Azhar Hussain (2018). Measuring Emotional Intelligence of Undergraduate Pharmacy Students: A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study from Islamabad, Pakistan. International Conference on Pharma, Biotechnology and Healthcare, 12-13th November 2018, Dubai, UAE.
  3. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi & Iter Un Nisa (2018). Assessment of Functional Health Literacy among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students in Pakistan. International Conference on Pharma, Biotechnology and Healthcare, 12-13th November 2018, Dubai, UAE.
  4. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi & Ahmed Furqan Qazi (2018). Health Related Quality of Life among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students: A Neglected Link in Pakistan. International Conference on Pharma, Biotechnology and Healthcare, 12-13th November 2018, Dubai, UAE.
  5. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi & Usman Aslam (2018). Impact of Different Work-Life Balance Factors on Job Satisfaction among Pharmacists in Twin Cities of Pakistan. International Conference on Pharma, Biotechnology and Healthcare, 12-13th November 2018, Dubai, UAE.
  6. Madeeha Malik, Syeda Rubab Zehra Zaidi, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2018). Functional Health Literacy among Healthcare Professionals: A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study from Twin Cities of Pakistan. 1st National Health Research Conference, 24-25th September 2018, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  7. Ayisha Hashmi, Madeeha Malik and Azhar Hussain (2016). A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study Evaluating the Impact of Different Work-Life Balance Factors on Job Satisfaction among Pharmacists in Twin Cities of Pakistan. 19th International Pharmacy Conference & Exhibition, 21st-24th April 2016, Lahore, Pakistan.

Grants

2019: Research Assistant: Identifying, Assessing, And Designing Clinical Trials And Evaluation Methods For Readily Available Consumer Products

 

Book Chapter

Nil

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision (thesis titles only)

Nil

Affiliation & Certifications

NIH USA Certification on Introduction to Principles and Practice of Clinical research

1st FIP East Mediterranean Regional Conference, Amman, Jordan (12 CME credit hours)

Member of Editorial team of Healthcare Journal of Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences

 

Name: Kaleem Ullah

Designation: Lecturer

Qualification:Ph.D (Pharmaceutics) Viva awaited

Research Interest:

Biomaterials for drug delivery, pH and thermo-responsive hydrogels and microgels, metallic and polymeric microparticles and nanoparticles. Anti-cancer activities, toxicological and histopathological evaluation

Publications:

  1. Kaleem Ullah, Shujaat Ali Khan, Abdul Mannan, Ghulam MurtazamArfatYameen. (2020). Enhancing the Antibacterial Activity of TiO2 Nanoparticles against MRSA. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology,
  2. Kaleem Ullah, Muhammad Sohail, Ghulam Murtaza, Aziz Ullah, Haroon Rashid, Shujaat Ali. (2019). Pectin-based (LA-co-MAA) Semi-IPNS as a Potential Biomaterial for Colonic Delivery of Oxaliplatin. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 569, 118557
  3. Karim A Soliman, Kaleem Ullah, Aamna Shah, Jones, Raghu R.S. Thakur. (2019) Poloxamer-based in-situ gelling thermoresponsive systems for ocular drug delivery applications. Drug Discovery Today, 24 (8), 1575-1586
  4. Shabina Mahmood, Manal Ali Buabeid, Kaleem Ullah, Ghulam Murtaza, Abdul Mannan and Shujaat Ali Khan. (2019). Synthesis, Characterization and Safety Profiling of Eudragit-based pHresponsive Hydrogels: A Promising Platform for Colonic Delivery of Losartan Potassium. Current Drug Delivery, 16 (6), 548-564
  5. Kaleem Ullah, Ghulam Murtaza, Shujaat Ali Khan, Muhammad Sohail, Azizullah, Abdul Manan, Attia Afzal. (2018). Gelatin based Hydrogels as Potential Biomaterials for Oral Delivery of Oxaliplatin. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 536, 236-245
  6. Kaleem Ullah, Muhammad Sohail, Ghulam Murtaza, Shujaat Ali Khan. (2018). Natural and Synthetic Materials Based CMCh/PVA Hydrogels for Oxaliplatin Delivery: Fabrication, Characterization, In-Vitro and In-Vivo Safety Profiling. International Journal of Biological macromolecules. 122, 538-548
  7. Kaleem Ullah, Muhammad Sohail, Abdul Manan, Haroon Rashid, Aamna Shah, Ghulam Murtaza, Shujaat Ali Khan. (2018). Facile synthesis of chitosan based-(AMPS-co-AA) semi-IPNs as a potential drug carrier: enzymatic degradation, cytotoxicity, and preliminary safety evaluation. Current Drug Delivery, 16 (3), 242-253
  8. Hira Khanum, Kaleem Ullah, Ghulam Murtaza, Shujaat Ali Khan. (2018).Fabrication and in vitro characterization of HPMC-g-poly(AMPS) hydrogels loaded with loxoprofen sodium. International Journal of Biological macromolecules, 120, 1624-1631
  9. Muhammad Sohail, MuddasirAbbasi, Muham Usman Minhas, Shahzeb Khan, Zahid Hussain, Marcel De Matas, Syed Ahmed Shah, Samiullah, Mubeen Kausar, Kaleem Ullah. (2018). Natural and Synthetic Polymers Based Smart Biomaterials for Management of Ulcerative Colitis: A Review of Recent Developments and Future Prospects. Drug delivery and Translational Research, 9 (3), 595-616
  10. Muhammad Hassham Hassan Bin Asad, Arooj Fatima Asad, Sumbal Bibi, Kaleem Ullah, Tariq Javed, Majeed Ullah, Atif Ali, Zia-ur-Rahman Qureshi, Muhammad Imran Amirzada, Yasser MSA Al-Kahraman, Syed Muhammad Farid Hasan, Jean-Marc Sabatier and Albert Rizvanov (2018). Lethal toxic Dose (i.pLD ), total protein contents and comparative hemolytic potential of ( 50 99m Tc labeled & non-labeled) Najanajakarachiensis venom. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 31 (2), 685-689
  11. Kaleem Ullah, Muhammad Ikrwam, Shabina Mehmood, Muhammad Hssham Hassan Bin Asad, Hanif Ullah, Muhammad Sohail, Shujaat Ali Khan. (2018). Natural cationic polymers: origin, properties and therapeutic applications journal of contemporary pharmacy. Pakistan Journal of Contemporary Pharmacy, 1 (2), 58-70
  12. Samiullah, Azizullah, Kaleem Ullah, Nisar-ur-rehman. (2016).Insight into Hydrogels. Desinged monomer and polymers, 19 (5), 456-478
  13. Aamna Shah, Gul Majid Khan, hanif Ullah, Kamran Ahmed Khan, Kaleem Ullah, Shujaat Ali Khan. (2016). Formulation, evaluation and in vitro dissolution performance of enalapril maleate sustained release matrices: Effect of polymer composition and viscosity grade. ActapoloniaePharmaceutica, 73 (4), 1037-1043

Conference:

  • Kaleem Ullah, Aamna Shah, Shujaat Ali Khan, Muhammad Sohail, Karim Soliman, Raghu Raaj Singh Thakur (2018). pH-responsive hydrogels for Oxaliplatin, Characterization and Safety Evaluation. United Kingdom & Ireland Controlled Release Society (UKICRS) Workshop & Symposium. 5-June-2018-6-June-2018, Queens University Belfast, UK
  • Aamna Shah, Kaleem Ullah Karim Soliman, Raghu Raaj Singh (2018). Chitosan-based silver nanocomposites for healthcare applications. United Kingdom & Ireland Controlled Release Society (UKICRS) Workshop & Symposium. 5-June-2018-6-June-2018, Queens University Belfast, UK.
  • Kaleem Ullah, Shujaat Ali Khan (2019). HPMC-AMPS hydrogels for Loxoprofen Sodium. 1st national Conference on Current Updates in Pharmacy Profession and Research. 29-30 July 2019, COMSATS University, Abbottabad Campus
  • Kaleem Ullah, Shujaat Ali Khan (2019). Eudragit Based Microparticles for Loxoprofen Sodium. 1st national Conference on Current Updates in Pharmacy Profession and Research. 29-30 July 2019, COMSATS University, Abbottabad Campus
  • Raheem Bahadar, Atif Ali, Hanifullah, Kaleem Ullah, Shujaat Ali Khan (2019). Enhancement of Solubility via Recrystallization Technique in Polymers and Solvent System. 1st national Conference on Current Updates in Pharmacy Profession and Research. 29-30 July 2019, COMSATS University, Abbottabad Campus
  • Muhammad Ahsan Khan, Kaleem Ullah, Raheem Bahadur, Shujaat Ali Khan (2019). Enhancement of Solubility and Dissolution of BCS Class-II Drug Using Solid Dispersion Formulation. 1st national Conference on Current Updates in Pharmacy Profession and Research. 29-30 July 2019, COMSATS University, Abbottabad Campus

 

Grants: Nil

Book Chapters: Nil

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

 

  • Synthesis and Characterization of Cross-linked Polymeric Drug Delivery System for Sustained Release of Loxoprofen Sodium
  • Development and In Vitro Characterization of Cross-linked Polymeric Matrices for Controlled Delivery of Loxoprofen Sodium.
  • Fabrication, Characterization and In-Vitro Evaluation of pH-responsive Polymeric Matrices for Controlled Delivery of Losartan Potassium.
  • Development, characterization and in vitro evaluation of guar gum based new polymeric matrices for controlled delivery using metformin HCl as model drug.
  • Post-market quality control studies on multi-sourced antimalarial drugs available in Pakistan
  • Preparation and In-vitro Characterization of 5-Fluorouracil Loaded Composite Beads for Oral Delivery
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Thermo-responsive Hydrogels for Colorectal Delivery of Oxaliplatin
  • Development and Evaluation of β-Cyclodextrin Based Hydrogel as a Potential Drug Carrier
  • Synthesis, Characterization and Safety Evaluation of Sericin based Hydrogels for Controlled Delivery of Acyclovir

Affiliations

  • Serve as reviewer for Polymer Bulletin

Certificates

  1. Certificate of Completion on COVID19 awarded by Harvard Medical School
  2. Certificate of training on Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  3. Certificate of training on DLS Particle analyzer Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  4. Certificate of training on Thermogravimetric analysis Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  5. Certificate of training on Differential Scanning Calorimetry Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  6. Certificate of training on Scanning Electron Microscopy Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  7. Certificate of training on Rheometer Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  8. Certificate of training on Texture analyzer Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  9. Certificate of training on Spray Dryer Awarded by School of Pharmacy, Queens University, Belfast, UK
  10. Certificate of appreciation awarded by “Save the children” WHO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty Name: AYESHA ANUM

Designation: Lecturer

Qualification: Pharm. D, MS.  (Pharmaceutical chemistry), Govt. college University Lahore

Research Interest: Chemical synthesis and SAR studies of Novel therapeutic compounds

Conferences

Ayesha Anum (2018). Participated as Oral presenter in 4nd International Conference on Recent trends in Chemistry held on November 7-8, 2018 in the Department of Chemistry at Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad

Grants

2014-2015: Research fellow. Synthesis of Novel                                                                Sulfonamides and its various derivatives conducted by Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan at GC University Lahore From 22-07-2014 to 30-07-2015

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

Synthesis, Spectral Interpretation and Pharmacological Evaluation of N-(2, 3-Dihydro-1, 4-benzodioxan-6-yl)-4-bromobenzenesulfonamide Derivatives.

 

Faculty name: Muhammad Umair Saleem.

Designation: Lecturer.

Qualification: M Phil (Pharmaceutics), Riphah International University Islamabad.

Research Interest:Dosage form design, Product characterization and Pharmacoeconomic Analysis.

Publications: Formulation development and characterization of cellulose/ polyacrylic acid – based polymers on the release of celecoxib from extended release tablets. Submitted in Journal of Polymer Research.

 

Faculty Name: Tamkeen Urooj Paracha

Designation: Lecturer

Qualification: Master of Science (Pharmacology), Naresuan University, Thailand.

Research Interest

  • Pharmacology – cell based mechanistic approach (In vitro and In vivo studies)
  • Molecular Pharmacology (Cardiovascular and Endocrine Systems)
  • Drug designing, Structure Activity Relationship (SAR), In silico PK/PD predictions
  • PKPD modeling, Drug Hepatic Metabolism and Clearance studies

 

Publications

  • Sutthinee Wisutthathum., Nathakorn Kamkaew., Anjaree Inchan., Usana Chatturong., Tamkeen Urooj Paracha., Kornkanok Ingkaninan., Eakkaluk, & Krongkarn Chootip. (2018). Extract of Aquilaria crassna leaves and mangiferin are vasodilators while showing no cytotoxicity. Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtcme.2018.09.002 (IF: 1.414).
  • Nattakarn Pobsuk., Tamkeen Urooj Paracha., Nattiya Chaichamnong., Nattapas Salaloy., Praphasri Suphakun., Supa Hannongbua., Kiattawee Choowongkomon., Dumrongsak Pekthong., Krongkarn Chootip., Kornkanok Ingkaninan., & M Paul Gleeson. (2018). Design, synthesis and evaluation of N2,N4-diaminoquinazoline based inhibitors of phosphodiesterase type 5. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bmcl.2018.11.043 (IF: 2.442).
  • Tamkeen Urooj Paracha., Nattakarn Pobsuk., Nattapas Salaloy., Praphasri Suphakun., Dumrongsak Pekthong,., Supa Hannongbua,., Kiattawee Choowongkomon., Nataka Khorana., Prapapan Temkitthawon., Kornkanok Ingkaninan,., M Paul Gleeson, & Krongkarn Chootip. (2018). Elucidation of Vasodilation Response and Structure Activity Relationships of N2, N4 – Disubstituted Quinazoline-2,4-Diamines in Rat Pulmonary Artery Model. Molecules 2019, 24(2), 281. https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules24020281 (IF: 3.098).
  • Nathakorn Kamkaew., Tamkeen Urooj Paracha., Kornkanok Ingkaninan., Neti Waranuch,., and Krongkarn Chootip. (2019) Vasodilatory effects and mechanisms of action of Bacopa monnieri active compounds on rat mesenteric arteries. Molecules https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules24122243 (IF: 3.098).

Conferences

  • Tamkeen Urooj Paracha (2018). Quinazoline analogues inhibit phosphodiesterase-5 and dilate rate pulmonary arteries. International Congress for Innovation in Chemistry (PERCH-CIC Congress X) 2018,4 July- 7 July, Pattaya, Thailand.

 

 

Faculty Name: Ms.Iter-un-Nisha

Designation                Lecturer

Qualification: M.Phil (Pharamacy Practice), Hamdard University Islamabad Campus

Publications

Madeeha Malik, Iter un Nisha, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Assessment of Depression among Chronic Kidney Disease Patients in Pakistan. Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research, 7 (5), 555724.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Iter-un-Nisha, Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, (2019). The Burden of Depression among Chronic Kidney Disease Patients: A Cross-sectional Study from Twin Cities of Pakistan. 1st International Conference on Research Perspectives in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd-25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  2. Iter-un-Nisha, Madeeha Malik and Azhar Hussain (2019) Assessment of Health Related Quality of Life Among Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease in Pakistan. IPCE 2019 Conference, 27 – 30 October 2019, Lahore, Pakistan.
  3. Madeeha Malik, Azhar Hussain, Ayisha Hashmi & Iter Un Nisha (2018). Assessment of Functional Health Literacy among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students in Pakistan. International Conference on Pharma, Biotechnology and Healthcare, 12-13th November 2018, Dubai, UAE

 

Faculty Name: Shabina Mahmood

Designation: Lecturer

Qualification: M Phil (Pharmaceutics), Comsats Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad Campus.

Research Interest

Publications

  1. Shabina Mahmood, Manal Ali Buabeid, Kaleem Ullah, Ghulam Murtaza, Abdul Mannan, Shujaat Ali Khan, Synthesis Characterization And Safety Profiling Of Eudragit – Based pH Responsive Hydrogels: A Promising Platform For Chronic Delivery Of Losartan Potassium, current drug delivery : 2019

 

  1. Kaleem Ullah, Muhammad Ikram, Shabina Mehmood, Muhammad Hassham Hassan Bin Asad, Hanif Ullah, Muhammad Sohail, Shujaat Ali Khan, Natural Cationic Polymers: Origin, Properties And Therapeutic Applications, Journal of Contemporary Sciences, Volume 1: Issue 2: 2017

 

 

Faculty Name: Hafsa Azhar

Designation: Teaching Assistant

Qualification: Currently doing M.Phil. (Pharmacy Practice), Hamdard University Islamabad Campus

Pharm-D, Hamdard University Islamabad Campus

Research Interest: Health related quality of life, Pharmacy workforce and productivity, Mental health

Conference Proceedings:

  1. Hafsa Azhar, Ayisha Hashmi (2019). Assessment of Depression among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students: A Cross-sectional study from Pakistan. 1st International Conference on Research Perspectives in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23rd -25th October 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.
  2. Ayisha Hashmi, Hafsa Azhar (2018). Formulation and Characterization of Acetylsalicylic acid and Turmeric Anti-acne Cream. 1st Annual Undergraduate Conference on Health Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 18th May 2018, Islamabad, Pakistan.

 

Faculty Name : Aqsa Sajid Abbasi

Designation : Teaching Assistant

Qualification: Pharm-D 2013-2018 (Hamdard University, Islamabad)

 Mphil (Pharmacy Practice 2019-continued   (Hamdard University, Islamabad)

Research Interest : Quality of life

                                 Emotional intelligence

Conferences

  1. Aqsa Sajid Abbasi (2019). First International Conference. Understanding personality traits among Pharmacy students studying in Hamdard University