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Vandana Patravale's Biography

Vandana Patravale, Professor, Institute of Chemical Technology

Dr. Vandana Patravale is currently a Professor of Pharmaceutics at Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology of the Institute of Chemical Technology, India. She has over 100 refereed publications, 250 research presentations, 9 book chapters, 4 granted patents, 24 patents in pipeline and 2 trademark registries to her credit. She has guided over 75 postgraduate students. Her areas of expertise include medical device development viz. coronary stents, intrauterine devices etc., nanodiagnostics and novel nanocarriers for pertinent areas of national relevance with major emphasis on malaria, cancer and neurodegenerative disorders.She has published a two books entitled, ‘Nanotechnology in drug delivery- a perspective on transition from laboratory to market’ by Woodhead Publishing house (now Elsevier) and ‘Pharmaceutical product development: insights into pharmaceutical processes, management and regulatory affairs’ by CRC Press, Taylor and Francis group.
Dr. Patravale has been active in teaching, research and service throughout her career. In recognition to that she was awarded OPPI women scientist award 2015, Best pharmaceutical scientist award 2014, VASVIK award 2013, Veneto nanotech award 2013, APTI best teacher award 2012, state level recognition-Fellowship of Maharashtra Academy of Sciences for outstanding contributions in drug delivery research 2011 and K.H. Garda Distinguished researcher award 2009. She is also a recipient of prestigious Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grant to develop the first ever eco-friendly nanovaccine for nasal immunization.

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Polyphenols for HIV Prophylaxis: A Journey from Discovery to Delivery

Thursday, 29 September 2016 at 12:10

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This talk will discuss about potential of polyphenols as gp120-CD4 binding inhibitors for prevention of HIV transmission.

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