Dr. Abdul Wadood Siddiqui
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Dr. Abdul Wadood Siddiqui

Riya International College Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry from Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi, India

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Dr. Abdul Wadood Siddiqui working as Director Riya International College Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India, in an alumnus of the prestigious Jamia Hamdard (Hamdard University), New Delhi, where he acquired his complete pharmacy education, from B. Pharm. to Ph D from there. With a rich experience of 12 years, he is working as the Principal in the Department of Pharmacy where his responsibilities include: upgrading the overall academic environment of the Department, outlining crucial strategies for adoption of thrust areas for research, evolving improved curriculum delivery methods for all the courses, creating strategies and initiatives for students development and developing guidelines for the growth of the institute. Dr. Wadood was a recipient of the Junior Research fellowship from the MHRD for his M. Pharm. and Senior Research Fellowship from Ministry of Science & Technology for his Doctoral research. He has 14 publications to his credit in peer reviewed journals that include research papers, reviews, and proceedings. He has co-authored a preparative book for the GPAT Competition. He is serving as Technical Editor on editorial board of five international and one national journal along with being a reviewer for several research journals in the domain of Pharmacy. Apart from his role in the Department, he takes keen interest in the Universitys overall progress and tries to contribute wherever he may be of use.

Area of Interest:

Pharmacology and Toxicology
Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Thakur, S., V.A. Sethi, A.W. Siddiqui and L.K. Tyagi, 2019. Development of mouth dissolving films (MDFs) of ondansetron hydrochloride by using factorial experimental design. Int. J. Drug Delivery Technol., 9: 517-524.
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  2. Saxena, G., A. Mittal and A.W. Siddiqui, 2019. Evaluation of preliminary phytochemical screening, acute toxicity and antioxidant profile of ocimum kilimandscharicum. J. Drug Delivery Ther., 9: 372-375.
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  3. Saxena, G., A. Mittal and A.W. Siddiqui, 2019. Evaluation of acute and subchronic toxicity of dragon blood resin extract. J. Drug Delivery Ther., 9: 362-366.
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  4. Saxena, G., A. Mittal and A.W. Siddiqui, 2019. Acute toxicity studies and in-vitro antioxidant potential of solanum indicum. J. Drug Delivery Ther., 9: 736-739.
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  5. Gupta, P., V.A. Sethi, A.W. Siddiqui and L.K. Tyagi, 2019. Formulation and characterization of ondansetron hydrochloride matrix tablets for sustained drug delivery. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Drug Res., 11: 147-151.
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  6. Babita, A.W. Siddiqui and N. Gupta, 2019. Method development and validation for determination of cefixime in bulk dosage form by UV spectrophotometry. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 58: 13-16.
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  7. RB, T., J. J and S. AW, 2018. Design of new peroxisome proliferators gamma activated receptor agonists (PPARu03b3) via QSAR based modeling. J. Appl. Pharm. Sci. Res., 1: 23-26.
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  8. Siddiqui, W.A., M. Ali, K.J. Naquvi and S.S. Husain, 2014. New flavanones from the seeds of Rumex vesicarius L. Nat. Prod.: Indian J., 10: 1-6.
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  9. Arora, V., S. Rastogi, A.W. Siddiqui and M. Gupta, 2014. Pharmaceutical applications of nano-niosomes in drug, vaccine and gene delivery. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Nanotechnol., 7: 2603-2611.
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  10. Rafiullah, M.R.M., A.W. Siddiqui, S.R. Mir, M. Ali, K.K. Pillai and S. Singh, 2006. Antidiabetic activity of some Indian medicinal plants. Pharmaceutical Biol., 44: 95-99.
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  11. Zaman, M.K., M. Ali, A.W. Siddiqui and M.R.M. Rafiullah, 2005. New Di and triterpenic compounds from Ipomoea hederaceae seeds. J. Saudi Chem. Society, 9: 161-170.
  12. Siddiqui, A.W., M.R.M. Rafiullah, M. Ali, S.R. Mir and O. Singh, 2005. HPTLC finger printing of Lactuca sativa Linn. seed extracts. Proceedings of the International Conference on Promotion and Development of Botanicals with International Coordination: Exploring Quality, Safety, Efficacy and Regulations, February 25-26, 2005, Kolkata, India, pp: 407-409.
  13. Kapoor, R., M. Ali, Md. S. Akhtar, R.A Kaskoos, A.W Siddiqui and S.R Mir, 2005. Composition of volatile oil of Syzygium aromaticum buds. J. Essential Oil Bearing Plants, 8: 196-199.
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  14. Haq, K., M. Ali and A.W. Siddiqui, 2005. New compounds from the seeds of Embelia ribes Burm. Pharmazie, 60: 69-71.
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  15. Ali, A., Y. Dua, A.W. Siddiqui, S. Sultana and M.R.M. Rafiullah, 2005. Inhibition of benzoyl peroxide-induced cutaneous oxidative stress, toxicity and ear edema in mice by Nardostachys jatamansi. Pharmaceutical Biol., 43: 533-539.
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  16. Zaman, K., M. Ali, R. Kapoor, A.W. Siddiqui and S.R Mir, 2004. Essential oil composition of flowers of Eucalyptus citriodora Hook. J. Essential Oil Bearing Plants, 7: 160-164.
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  17. Ali, M., R. Ramachandram, M.R.M. Rafiullah, O. Singh, A.W. Siddiqui and S.R. Mir, 2004. Prevention of carbon-tetra chloride induced hepatotoxicity by the ethanolic extracts of Capparis moonii fruits in rats. Pharmaceutical Biol., 42: 286-288.
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  18. Amir, M., S.M. Hasan and A. Wadood, 2002. Synthesis and antibacterial activity of 1-isonicotinyl-3-methyl-4-(substituted phenyl hydrazono)-2-pyrazolin-5-one. Oriental J. Chem., 18: 351-353.
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