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Dr. Bhavesh Kevadiya

Postdoctoral Research Associate
at Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering & NSF-ERC on Structured Organic Particulate Systems (Joint consortium Center of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Purdue University, Rutgers University & Universit
Otto H. York Center for Environmental Engineering and Scienc
 

Brief Biography:


I have a wide variety of experiences that I can draw upon. I have obtained Ph.D in Biotechnology, Post M.Sc Diploma in Genetic Engineering and M.Sc, B.Sc in Biochemistry background that provides a solid foundation for the interdisciplinary nature of the research. Through my Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Genetic Engineering courses and research experience. My research interest has developed through the experience as a research fellow at the Discipline of Inorganic Materials and Catalysis, CSMCRI-CSIR, Bhavnagar and Institute of Science, Nirma University, India. I was joined at CSMCRI-CSIR in 2007. I have a strong background and extensive experience in applying biochemistry principles for nano-bio-materials applications in drug delivery and biomedical e.g. in both experimental and theoretical aspects of nano drug delivery using various inorganic-organic nanomaterials, mathematical/computational kinetic-modeling, In vivo/In vitro experimental studied in animal cell cultures and animal models of different type of drugs/biomolecules and nanomaterials. My experimental works are synthesis or preparations of different type of bionanocomposites, nanomaterials and pure drug nanoparticles, Nanomedicine, their characterization using modern bioanalytical techniques and application of these nanomaterials in drug delivery carrier and bioavailability enhancement of poorly water-soluble drugs through particle engineering principles. I was awarded Ph.D in Biotechnology-Pharmaceutical nanotechnology under the supervision of Prof.Shalini Rajkumar from Nirma University and my project leader is Prof. H. C Bajaj at CSMCRI-CSIR. Besides, I was also awarded the prestigious CSIR-SRF Fellowship form CSIR-HRDG and Dr.D.S. Kothari Postdoctoral Fellow, from Government of India. At present I am Postdoctoral Research Associate at Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering & NSF-ERC on Structured Organic Particulate Systems (Joint consortium Center of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Purdue University, Rutgers University & University of Puerto Rico), NJ, USA, Here my responsibility is handling NSF project independently research on manufacturing and scalable of poorly water-soluble drug nanoparticles by particle engineering routes, synthesis of biopolymeric nanoparticles and applied in solid dosage forms e.g Layer-by-layer thin film, fast oral dissolving biopolymeric thin films and biopolymeric composite spheres. e.g Nanosuspension stability, pharmacokinetics-pharmacodynamics for bioavailability (BA) study.
 

Academic positions:


Postdoctoral Research Associate: (17th December-2013 – Present) at Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering & NSF-ERC on Structured Organic Particulate Systems (Joint consortium Center of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Purdue University, Rutgers University & University of Puerto Rico), NJ, USA [http://ercforsops.org]
 

Research interests:


My primary stream of fascinating area examines: ? Bioploymeric and super paramagnetic cobalt ferrite nanoparticles (NPs); Synthesis and Application in NDDS, e.g PLGA, PCL, Alginate etc ? Inorganic nanomaterials for drug delivery and biomedical applications e.g MMT, LDH, Silica/MCM ? Layer-by-Layer strip thin film for drug nanoparticles carriers (Organic/Inorganic) ? Manufacturing and scalable of poorly water-soluble drug nanoparticles by particle engineering routes ? Manufacturing of thin films for drug nanoparticles delivery system ? Synethisis and charactizations of nanocomposites, nanoparticles, layered /mesoporous silicates for biomedical applications e.g Biomaterials for tissue engineering applications
 

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