Mrs. Asiya Shaik

Asiya
asiya@mrcp.ac.in
+91 7013642928
Malla Reddy College of Pharmacy, Maisammaguda, Dhulapally, Secundrabad

Mrs. Asiya shaik

Assistant Professor

To impart intrinsic knowledge of the subject in theoretical, practical and research aspects. To indulge high quality of discipline and sincerity in the students to make them successful in their academic career and produce them as responsible and duty-minded citizens of our country.

 

Biography

  • Working as an ASSISTANT PROFESSORin Mallareddy college of pharmacy (Hyderabad) from 26-11-2022 to till date.
  • Served as an Assistant Professor in SIDDHARTHA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY (Hyderabad) from 20-11- 2021 to 23-09-2022.
  • Served as an Assistant Professor in SAROJINI RAMULAMMA college of Pharmacy (Mahabubnagar,Telangana) from 04-06-2017 to 10-11-2021.
  • Served as an Assistant Professor in MAX Pharmaceutical sciences (Khammam, Telangana) from 01-06-2016 to 30-04-2017
  • Served as an Assistant Professor in BOMMA Institute of Pharmacy (Khammam) from 13-01-2015 to 30-05-2016

Education

  • M. Pharmacy(Pharmaceutics) (2014), Browns college of pharmacy, Kakatiya University, Khammam, Telangana.
  • B. Pharmacy (2012) K.L.R college of pharmacy, Kakatiya University, New palvancha , Bhadradri , Telangana, India

Publications

  • "Assessing role of lipids and polymer based delivery systems in inserts" International journal of research in phytochemical& pharmaceutical sciences. 1(2):46-52: oct-2020.
  • "Conceptualization of Cross-linking Polymers and Lipids for Better Bio adhesion and Oral Bioavailability” International Journal of Research In Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacotherapeutics.2020
  • “Formulation and in-vitro evaluation of floating pulsatile drug delivery of chronotherapeutic release of H2 receptor antagonist of famotidine”International journal of pharmaceutics and drug analysis. Vol:11, issue:3,Sep-2023;86-91.
  • “World’s rarest disease: ribose -5-phosphate isomerase deficiency”International journal of research and analytical reviews. Sep-2023,volume 10, issue 3.

Skills

Research Skills 90%
Technical Skills85%
Lecture Skill100%