Department of Chemistry
Dr. Mohammad Kashif
|Designation :||Assistant Professor|
|Thrust Area :||Development of Analytical Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis, qNMR|
|Address :||824, Iqra Colony, Aligarh|
|Nature of association :||Regular|
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Dr. Kashif did his M.Sc. Chemistry with specialization in Analytical Chemistry in 1999 from A.M.U. Aligarh. He has worked as Project Assistant in the Environmental Chemistry Division at Industrial Toxicology Research Centre - CSIR, Lucknow till 2001.
In September 2004 he got awarded his Ph.D. Degree in Chemistry in the research area of Pharmaceutical Analysis from AMU, Aligarh.
He has worked as Research Officer [2005 to 2007] in the Analytical Chemistry Section of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Division at Glenmark Pharmaceutical's R&D Centre, Bombay.
Dr. Kashif rendered his services in the Organic Intermediate Division R&D of Jubilant Organosys Ltd, Gajraula[U.P.] as Research Scientist-Analytical Research till November, 2009 and then after joined Dope Testing Laboratory under Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports [Govt. of India] as Scientist-B in December 2009 and worked there till February 2014.
Dr. Kashif has joined the Department of Chemistry, A.M.U. Aligarh as Assistant Professor in March 2014 and engaged in the teaching of Analytical Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry at Under Graduate & Post Graduate Level.
Presently research scholar is enrolled with him for Ph.D. research work in the area of method development for pharmaceutical analysis.
He has published research papers in the journals of international repute, IL FARMACO, Analytical Sciences, Bulletin of Japan Chemical Society, Journal of Analytical Chemistry, Drug Testing & Analysis and Journal of Molecular Liquids.
- Hypothesis Testing for the validation of the kinetic spectrophotometric methods for the determination of lansoprazole in bulk and drug formulations via Fe(III) and Zn (II) chelates; Drug Testing & Analysis (Germany) 2(2010) 137-143.
- Spectroscopic study of charge transfer complexation between doxepin and π–acceptors and its application in quantitative analysis.Journal of Molecular Liquids 222 (2016) 944–952
- Spectroscopic Study on the Interaction of Haloperidol and 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine and its Application for the Quantification in Drug Formulations. Analytical Chemistry Letters, TACL 6 (6) 2016 pp 874 - 885
- Application of Box-Behnken design and desirability function in the optimization of spectrophotometric method for the quantification of WADA banned drug: Acetazolamide. J. Mol. Liq. 274 (2019) 270–277