Dr. Mhaveer SinghAssistant Professor
Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry
Mhaveer Singh is an expert in the area of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. He has taught various subjects related with his discipline for nearly 06 years at various reputed Universities such as College of Health Sciences, Mizan-Tepi University (Ethiopia).
Prior to taking up the current role in 2019, Mhaveer Singhserved as HOD, JK Institute of Pharmacy and Management, Lucknow.
Dr. Singh holds a PhD from the Hamdard University, New Delhi (India); M. Pharmacy (Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry) from Hamdard University, New Delhi; and B. Pharmacy, (Pharmaceutical Sciences) from the Uttar Pradesh Technical University.
Publications (from 2015)
‘A validated HPTLC method forthe quantification of podophyllotoxin in Podophyllum hexandrum and etoposide in marketed formulation’, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 10, pp. S2539–S2546. (Kamal, A., Singh, M., Ahmad. F. J., Saleem, K., Ahmad, S., 2017).
‘Matrix solid-phase dispersionextraction and quantification of alpinetin in amomum seed using validated HPLC and HPTLC method’, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 77/1, pp. 49-54. (Singh, M., Kamal, Y. T., Khan, M. A., Parveen, R., Ansari, S. H., Ahmad, S., 2015).
‘Simultaneous quantification of piperlongumine and piperine in traditional polyherbal formulation using validated HPLC method’. Acta Chromatographica, 28/4, pp. 489-500. (Kamal, Y.T., Singh, M., Salam, S., Ahmad, S., 2016).
‘Marker basedin-vitro antioxidant potential, microscopy and validated HPTLC method for quality control of saffron stigma’. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 85/2, pp. 607-614. (Singh, M., Kamal, Y. T., Khan, M.A., Parveen, R., Ansari, S. H., Ahmad,S., 2015).
‘Quality assessment and evaluation of in vitro antioxidant potential of Emblica officinalis Linn.’.Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 14/2, pp.265-272.(Singh, M., Khan, M.S., Ansari, S. H., Ahmad, S., 2015).
Contribution to the Profession and Awards (from 2015)
Best Research Paper in the Stream ‘Pharmacognosy,Phytochemistry & Alternate Medicine and Pharmaceutical biotechnology”.
Professor M. L. Khorana MemorialAwardby Indian Pharmaceutical Associationat Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, during 68th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, December 2016.
Mhaveer Singh’s current research interests are focused on development of some nanoformulations from extracted and isolated lead molecules of herbal origin, which he has submitted as a project to the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.