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PHARMA RESEARCH SCHOLAR GRANTED COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP FOR UK

July 03, 2018 12:10 PM

The highly prestigious award includes to-and-fro international travel expenditure to UK, tuition fees at the University, living allowance for one year, research contingencies, study travel grant within UK or overseas, all accounting for approx. £40,000.*Ms Kanika Thakur and Ms Ranjot Kaur, working under the tutelage of Professor Bhoop and Professor Katare at UIPS, were both awarded with the Commonwealth Split-Site Scholarships too in 2017, and have already been working at the University of Nottingham and University of Central Lancashire, respectively, in domain of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Ms Ripandeep Kaur, currently working as a Research Fellow at National UGC Centre of Excellence in NanoBioMedical Applications, Panjab University, has been selected for the highly prestigious “Commonwealth Split-Site Scholarship-2018, fully funded to carry out Indo-British collaborative research in domain of the NanoBioMedicine, as conveyed through an official communiqué from the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission, UK.

Ripandeep has been pursuing her doctoral research work in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences under the direct supervision of Dr Bhupinder Singh Bhoop, Coordinator, UGC Centre of Excellence in NanoBioMedical Applications, and Professor (UIPS), and Dr O P Katare, Professor (UIPS) on a topic “QbD-Driven Systematic Development of Nanostructured Drug Delivery Systems of Antimalarial Drugs with Improved Biopharmaceutical Attributes”. She will extend her work on nanostructured delivery of antimalarial drugs and their extensive characterization using molecular and biological approaches under the supervision of Professor Niroshini Nirmalan at the University of Salford, Manchester, UK.

The highly prestigious award includes to-and-fro international travel expenditure to UK, tuition fees at the University, living allowance for one year, research contingencies, study travel grant within UK or overseas, all accounting for approx. £40,000.

This is highly pertinent to add that Ms Kanika Thakur and Ms Ranjot Kaur, working under the tutelage of Professor Bhoop and Professor Katare at UIPS, were both awarded with the Commonwealth Split-Site Scholarships too in 2017, and have already been working at the University of Nottingham and University of Central Lancashire, respectively, in domain of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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