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Research titles for PhD in pharmaceutics?

sir , am doing M pharmacy in pharmaceutics specialization ,may i get list of research topics in which CSIR is interested or they think in which more research is needed, so i got grant for getting fellowship for doing PhD in it ,

13th September 2014, 10:49 AM
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Pharmaceutics is an important sector in modern world especially after the evolution of diseases like Ebola, AIDS, etc. Hence research is very important in this sector. There are various fields in this sector and you should choose one such field as per your interests and comfort. Some of the research titles for PhD in Pharmaceutics are:-

- The Development, Marketing and Clinical Use of Enantiomers: Substantive Improvement in Patient Care or a Cynical Ploy for Manufacturer Profit?
- Application of spray drying technology to enhance performance of both small and large drug molecules
- New Clinical Pharmacy Practices: Challenges & Impacts
- Today’s nutrition and tomorrow’s public health: challenges and opportunities
- Therapeutic Implications of Circadian Rhythms
- The next generation of deafness therapies targeting the inner ear
- Physician-Pharmacist Collaboration: Educational and Practical Aspects and New Developments
- Transdermal and Transfollicular Drug Delivery: Enhancement Strategies and Formulation Methods
- Combined Approach to Broadly Protective AIDS Vaccines
- Effects of Xenobiotics on CYP26 Activity and Retinoic Acid Homeostasis
- In-Vitro to In-Vivo prediction of drug interactions involving CYP3A time-dependent inactivation
- In-Vitro to In-Vivo prediction of drug interactions involving CYP3A time-dependent inactivation
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