Ali Keshavarz completed his Doctoral degree in Pharmacy Practice from Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Health Services, Iran, in 2011. He joined the Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences as a PhD student in the fall of 2015, and is presently working in the laboratory of Dr. Fakhrul Ahsan with the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
- PharmD: Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Health Services, Iran, 2011
Using Microfluidic chips to prepare nanoparticles and cell culture; Investigation on pulmonary disease treatment; Production of nanoparticles, pharmaceutical tablets by 3D printer; Intelligent drug nanoparticles delivery to specific sites using modern techniques such as magnetic carriers, and hydrogels; Production of drug nanoparticles and evaluation thereof using modern and economical techniques such as SCF (Supercritical Fluids); Production of controlled drug release systems by application of polymers, such as silica and biodegradable implants such as PLGA and analysis of the release kinetic by software like Sigma plot; Validation of drugs’ assay procedures using simple, accurate, and precise methods such as UV-spectrophotometry and HPLC; Preparation of lyophilized drugs by lyophilizer to enhance drug solubility.
- 02/22/2017 "Deploying Microfluidic Technology and the Science of Bio-Printing in Pharmaceutics"