Dr. Samiullah Khan (Lecturer, Department of Pharmacy, Gujrat Campus) published a research article entitled as “A Difunctional Pluronic®127 Based Insitu Formed Injectable Thermogels as Prolonged and Controlled Curcumin Depot, Fabrication, Invitro Characterization and Invivo Safety Evaluation” in the Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition (Impact Factor= 2.70) on September 25, 2020.
Dr. Khan’s paper was published in collaboration with Dr. Raghu Raj Singh Thakur who is the Reader in Pharmaceutics at the School of Pharmacy, Queen’s University Belfast, UK. He is associated with a group which is working on microneedles based drug delivery devices and has published high impact articles. In future, both researchers are looking forward to continue their collaboration and to produce high quality publications.
The Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition publishes fundamental research on the properties of polymeric biomaterials and the mechanisms of interaction between such biomaterials and living organisms, with special emphasis on the molecular and cellular levels. The scope of the journal includes polymers for drug delivery, tissue engineering, large molecules in living organisms like DNA, proteins and more.