Dr. Nermeen A. ElKasabgy


Short Description:

Dr. Nermeen A. ElKasabgy; Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics, holds PhD degrees in Pharmaceutics from Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, Egypt (2012) as well as Associate Professor degree from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, Egypt (2017). Currently she works as an Associate Professor at Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, Egypt.

Dr ElKasabgy’s research has focused on the development of advanced drug delivery systems, such as scaffolds, different nanoparticles, microparticles, oral films, ….etc. Her research focused on the treatment of different diseases like cancer, schizophrenia, COPD, bone defects, ocular diseases, …..etc. Her master degree focused on the use of cyclodextrins to improve the bioavailability of drugs. Her Ph.D degree focused on the preparation of different nanoparticles types. She co-authored more than 15 articles published in international journals. She has 5 MSc and 3 PhD candidates registered under her supervision. She is a reviewer in several reputable international journals.


Last Four Recent Relevant Publications:


Abd-Elsalam, WH.

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. Mucoadhesive olaminosomes: A novel prolonged release nanocarrier of agomelatine for the treatment of ocular hypertension. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 2019; 560: 235-245.


Azza A. Mahmoud


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, Abdelfatah A. Abdelkhalek. Design and characterization of emulsified spray dried alginate microparticles as a carrier for the dually acting drug roflumilast. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 15;122:64-76 (2018).

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Azza A. Mahmoud

. Fabrication Strategies of Scaffolds for Delivering Active Ingredients for Tissue Engineering. AAPS PharmSciTech, 20; 7 (2019) (Review article).


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, Fatma S. Abdel-Salam, Azza A. Mahmoud, Emad B. Basalious, Mohamed S. Amer, Amany A. Mostafa, Seham A. Elkheshen. Long lasting in-situ forming implant loaded with raloxifene HCl: An injectable delivery system for treatment of bone injuries. International Journal of Pharmaceutics.

2019; 571, 118703.