Funded-projects

AICTE has funded project worth INR 15 lakhs to carry freeze drying of pharmaceutical samples.

Freeze drying facilitates the removal of water at lower temperature without losing stability of the product.


Projects Completed


Title:

Development of Gastrorententive Drug Delivery System using Natural Polymers for ImprovedBioavailability

Scheme:

Early carrier Research Award (ECRA); Period: 2017-2020.

Agency:

Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, New Delhi.

Amount of Grant:

36, 42,809

Principal Investigator:

Dr. Dalapathi Gugulothu

Seminar grants

Received Rupees 30,000 from Telangana Academy of Sciences, Hyderabad, TS for conducting national seminar.

Convenor:

Dr. Dalapathi Gugulothu

Book Chapter:

Dalapathi Gugulothu, AhmedBarhoum,Syed MuzammilAfzal, BanothVenkateshwarlu, Hassan Uludag,Structural Multifunctional Nanofibers and Their Emerging Applications techniques in Hand Book ofNanofibers , Springer Nature Publishers Editor: Ahmed Barhoum, 2018.

Dalapathi Gugulothu, Ahmed Barhoum, RaghunandanNerella, RamkishanAjmer,MikhaelBechlany , Nanofiber Fabrication Techniques: Electrospinning and Non-Electrospinning techniques in Hand Book of Nanofibers, Springer Nature Publishers Editor: Ahmed Barhoum, 2018.

Publications

1. Dalapathi Gugulothu*, Suraj Kumar Choudhary, Design and Evaluation of Glipizide Loaded In-situ Gel Formulation Using Natural Mucilages for Improved Bioavailability, International Journal of Pharma Sciences and Research, Vol. 12 No. 02 Feb 2021, 41-49.

2. Gugulothu Dalapathi, Choudhary Suraj Kumar, Exploring ZiziphusSps fruit mucilages as apharmaceutical excipients in Novel Drug Delivery Systems, Journal of Innovation in PharmaceuticalSciences (2018);2(2): 17-21.(IF:0.86)