Prof. Mangal Nagarsenkar, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Senior Advisor, Drug Delivery and Development

Prof. Nagarsenkar has teaching experience of 35 years at Bombay College of Pharmacy, Mumbai, India where she continues to be a Professor Emeritus. She is also associated as a Research Adviser at Vivekanand Education Society’s college of pharmacy. Her key areas of research interest entail the design and formulation of nanosystems like targeted liposomes, lipid-based nanosystems, polymeric nanosystems, cyclodextrin-based drug delivery, new delivery systems for oral, parenteral, topical, pulmonary, and ophthalmic routes and gene delivery. Her research group has reported the design and utility of nanosystems like GeluPearl and LeciPlex. She has mentored more than 45 M.Pharm and 30 Ph.D. students.

She has authored 117 research articles (national and international), 8 review articles, 8 book chapters, and 2 books. She has more than 100 research papers presented at various national and international conferences to her credit and has been granted three Indian patents, one US patent, and three trademarks. She has also delivered lectures as an invited speaker at various conferences, both national and international.

She has been a recipient of awards including Prof. (Mrs.) M. R. Baichwal Visiting fellow in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology in UICT (2005-2006), Amrut Mody Research Fund, Distinguished Researcher National Award (2012), Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTI) Dr. (Mrs.) Manjushree Pal Best Researcher National Award (2013), IPA MSB Student forum- Life-Time Achievement Award (2021). She is a member of the editorial advisory board of IJPS, an editorial advisory board of Drug Delivery Letters, and Bentham Publication, and has reviewed several articles in different national and international journals.