Dr. Priyanka Suresh Prabhu
B. Pharm, M. Pharm., PhD.
- Publications – 15 (International-14, National-1)
- Book Chapters- 6
- Patents- 2 (Filed)
- Presentations- Total number (International- 2, National-11)
- Ambuja Cement Best Ph.D. (Tech.) Thesis Award For Ph. D. (Tech.) in Pharmaceutics thesis entitled “Development of Novel Antimalarial Nanocarriers” (2017)
- ICT Golden Jubilee Innovative Ph.D. (Tech.) Thesis Award For Ph.D. (Tech.) in Pharmaceutics thesis entitled "Development of Novel Antimalarial Nanocarriers” (2017)
- Project titled ‘Targeted nanocarriers for parenteral treatment of malaria’, selected among the 76 shortlisted innovations out of more than 740 entries at the '7th India Innovation Initiative – i3 National Fair 2015’, held on 4th December, 2015, at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
- Best Poster Award for research work titled ‘Artemether–lumefantrine loaded nanostructured lipid carriers (NLC) for treatment of cerebral malaria’ at the 2nd International Conference on Nanotechnology Based Formulations – NanoPharmaceuticals, held on 10–11 September, 2015, at Hyderabad.
- ‘Third Prize for Preclinical Oral Presentation’ on research work titled ‘Nanostructured lipid carriers (NLC) of artemether – lumefantrine combination for oral malaria therapy’ at the Eighth International Annual Conference on "Translational Clinical Pharmacology Research in Drug Development" held on April 24–25, 2015 at Worli, Mumbai.
- Projects titled ‘Nanostructured lipid carriers (NLC) as vaccine adjuvants’ and ‘Nanostructured lipid carriers (NLC) for malaria therapy’ shortlisted for the Best Innovation Awards–2015 Competition held at G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Hingna Road, Nagpur, on 22–3–2015.
- Conceptualized a proposal for a non-invasive vaccine for brucellosis using green technology which received a grant of 100000 USD in the Grand Challenges Explorations Round 11 – Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (November 2013).
- Awarded fellowship by University Grants Commission (UGC) under UGC–Special Assistance Program for Ph. D. (Tech) degree (November 2010 – November 2015).
- Awarded Junior Research Fellowship by University Grants Commission for the period of two years during Masters Degree (2008 – 2010).
- Awarded Bombay College of Pharmacy SILVER JUBILEE AWARD for standing SECOND in Third year B. Pharm (2008).
- Awarded Sir Ratan Tata Trust Scholarship for securing a DISTINCTION in Second year B. Pharm (2007) and First year B. Pharm (2006).
- Awarded Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) Maharashtra State Branch Scholarship for standing FIRST in B. Pharm Admissions in Bombay College of Pharmacy (2005).
- Priyanka Prabhu, Shital Suryavanshi, Sulabha Pathak, Aditya Patra, Shobhona Sharma, Vandana Patravale, “Nanostructured lipid carriers of artemether-lumefantrine combination for intravenous therapy of cerebral malaria.”, International Journal of Pharmaceutics (Impact factor: 3.99), Volume 513, Issue 1-2, November 2016, 504 – 517.
- Priyanka Prabhu, Vandana Patravale, “Dissolution enhancement of atorvastatin calcium by co-grinding technique”, Drug Delivery and Translational Research (Impact factor: 1.89), Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2016, 380 – 391.
- Priyanka Prabhu, Shital Suryavanshi, Sulabha Pathak, Shobhona Sharma, Vandana Patravale, “Artemether-lumefantrine nanostructured lipid carriers for oral malaria therapy: Enhanced efficacy at reduced dose and dosing frequency”, International Journal of Pharmaceutics (Impact factor: 3.99), Volume 511, Issue 1, July 2016, 473 – 487.
- Laxman Kate, Vinod Gokarna, Vivek Borhade, Priyanka Prabhu, Vinita Deshpande, Sulabha Pathak, Shobhona Sharma, Vandana Patravale, "Bioavailability enhancement of atovaquone using hot melt extrusion technology”, European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Impact factor: 3.77), Volume 86, April 2016, 103 – 114.
- Soniya Jain, Himanish Basu, Priyanka Prabhu, Umangi Soni, Medha Joshi, Deepak Mathur, Vandana Patravale, Sulabha Pathak, Shobhona Sharma, “Parasite impairment by targeting Plasmodium-infected RBCs using glyceryl-dilaurate nanostructured lipid carriers”, Biomaterials (Impact factor: 8.39), Volume 35, Issue 24, August 2014, 6636 – 6645.