Department: Unit of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
University: AIMST University
Dr. Mukesh Singh Sikarwar is currently working as Senior Lecturer in Faculty of Pharmacy, AIMST University, Malaysia. He has served as organizing secretory in first Falling Walls Lab Malaysia 2016 hosted at AIMST University on 20 Aug 2016. Recently he was invited as Keynote speaker and Co-Chair 2nd Global Summit on Herbals & Natural Remedies October 17-19, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He was invited as plenary speaker at the University of West Indies and participation was fully sponsored by organizers. Dr. Sikarwar selected as finalist of Falling Walls young innovator of the year 2015 at Berlin, Germany, and participation was fully sponsored by falling walls foundation Germany and its partners. He was selected to present research in Innovation challenge at Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia, MOSTI. He has developed MOOC course titled "Breadfruit nutritional and medicinal values" over the platform of www.openlearning.com. He received his Ph.D. in Pharmacy from K.L.E. University, Belgaum India in the year 2011. His current area of research is herbal antioxidants, antidiabetics and antihyperlipidemic, novel drug delivery in herbal drugs, formulation and evaluation of herbal drugs and food safety. He has more than 8 year of experience in mentoring students in Pharmacognosy and chemistry subjects. He has published research and review papers in various peer reviewed international and national journals. He has presented research papers in various national and international conferences. He has attended many MOOC courses and Online CME from online learning programmers. He is a life member of APTI, member of Asian Council of Science Editors, annual member of Society for Ethnopharmacology, India and registered as pharmacist with M. P. State Pharmacy Council.
His research an interest mainly focuses on includes Herbal antidiabetics and Herbal anti- hyperlipidemic, Novel drug delivery in Herbal drugs, Formulation and evaluation of herbal drugs.
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