Javad Shokri, Ph.D.
 
Educational Background:

PharmD: 1997, in Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

PhD: 2001, in Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran (1997-1999) and Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran (1999-2001)

Positions held

2001-present: Assistant professor of  Pharmaceutics

Fields of interest:

Cosmetics, TDDSs and Oral osotic drug delivery systems

Teaching experiences

Cosmetics & Toiletries, Pharmaceutical Dosage forms and drug delivery systems

Javad Shokri   
Title:

Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutics

Department:

Pharmaceutics

Office Phone:

+98 411 3392617

Fax

+98 (411) 334-4798

E-mail: shokrij@tbzmed.ac.ir
My CV
 
 

Research experiences:

Transdermal drug Deivery systems (TDDSs), Novel Drug Delivery Systems (NDDSs) especially osmotic devices. Cosmetics  & Toiletries

Administrative experiences

Boss of pharmaceutical technology lab (1 year), Manager of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy)

 

Publications:

  1. Formulation of Topical Finasteride and evaluation of percutaneous absorption, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 1, 97-106 (2004), (Farsi)

  2. The effect of various molecular weight PEGs and different solid dispersion techniques on compressibility characteristics of acetaminophen powder, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 1, 117-128 (2004), (Farsi)

  3. The enhancement effect of surfactantas on the penetration of lorazepam through rat skin, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 250 (2003), 359-369.

  4. Prediction of Benzodiazepines silubility using different cosolvency models, IL Farmaco, 57 (2002, 555-557)

  5. The effect of surfactants on the skin penetration of diazepam, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 250 (2003), 359-369.

  6. Formulation of nifedipine osmotic pump and evaluation of drug release, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 2, 75-86 (2004), (Farsi)

  7. The effect of sodium lauryl sulfate on the dissolution rate of diazepam solid dispersions prepared by co-grinding technique, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 1, 75-86 (2003)

  8. The effect of various surfactants on skin structure, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 1, 53-60 (2002), (Farsi)

  9. The effect of various storing condition on antacid properties of aluminum hydroxide tablets, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 2, 7-14 (2002 , (Farsi)

  10. Estimation of benzodiazepine’s solubility in the binary solvent mixtures by use of general cosolvency models, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 2, 29-36 (2002), (Farsi)

  11.  Formulation of ranitidine effervescent granules, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Journal of Tabriz Faculty of Pharmacy), vol 1, 43-50 (2000), (Farsi)

  12.  the effect of concurrent administration of psychotropic drugs and lithium in lithium ratio in bipolar patient, Human Psychopharmacology, vol 13, 29-34 (1998)

 

Congress Attended, Lectures:

  • Effect of some parameters on release on nifedipine from monolithic osmotic pump systems. 2nd International conference of Pharmaceutical & Drug Industries Division National Research Centre, March 7-9, 2005, Cairo, Egypt,Page  231

  • Influence of surfactants on dissolution rate of lorazepam from solid dispersions. 2nd International conference of Pharmaceutical & Drug Industries Division National Research Centre, March 7-9, 2005, Cairo, Egypt,Page  227

  • The effect of various molecular weight PEGs and different solid dispersion techniques on compressibility characteristics of acetaminophen powder, 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 47

  • Formulation of nifedipine osmotic pump and evaluation of some effective parameters on drug release from it. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page138

  • Formulation of piroxicam emulgel and evaluation of percutaneous absorption 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 155

  • Formulation of dicofenac diethylamine emulgel and evaluation of the effects of different penetration enhancers on percutaneous absorption of the drug. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 142

  • Improving of acetaminophen compressibility using drug-PEGs solid dispersions made by co-grinding and co- evaporation techniques. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page132

  • Improving of clonazepam dissolution rate from solid dosage forms by using drug- surfactant solid dispersions prepared by co-evaporation method. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 116

  • Preparation of fast release diazepam formulation using diazepam- surfactant solid dispersions prepared by c0-grinding technique. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 101

  •  Formulation of indomethacin osmotic pump and evaluation of drug release. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 76

  • The effect of Eudragit polymers n controlling carbamazepine release from simple matrices. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 54

  • Formulation of topical finasteride for treatment of androgenetic alopecia and evaluation of its transdermal absorption. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 49

  • The effect of surfactants on the release of lorazepam from solid dispersions prepared by co-evaporation method. 9th Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran, Aug 23-26, 2004, Page 156

  • Prediction of benzodiazepins solubility using different cosolvency methods. 3rd International Symposium on Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Seminar Istanbul, Turkey, 2001, Pages  185-186

  • The effects of different temperatures and relative humilitieson the neutralizing properties of aluminium hydroxide tablets. 7th Iranian Seminar of Pharmaceutical Sciences (ISPS), Mashhad, Iran, Aug 26-28, 2000, Page 12

  • The effect of concurrent administration of  psychotropic drugs and lithium on lithium ratio, 6th Congress  of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran, Aug 26-27, 1998

 

Books:

Cosmetics and Toiletries, Afrooz Press, Tehran, Iran, 2001