Mr. Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan


Mr. Farhan has completed his M.Phil. Pharmaceutics from Quaid-i-Azam University University, Islamabad in 2019. He has been associated with academia for last 3.5 years. Mr. Farhan has broad research interests in the areas of pharmaceutics, drug delivery science, nanoparticles, and hydrogels. Mr. Farhan is interested in pursuing a career in academics, seeking a challenging position to utilize his skills and abilities in the field of education that offers professional growth while being resourceful and innovative.

MPhil Pharmaceutics Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad 2019
Pharm.D. Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Punjab, Lahore 2016
Lecturer Faculty of Pharmacy, Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad. Since – September 2022
Lecturer Ayyan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad. October 2019 – September 2022
Research Associate Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad March 2017 – May 2019
Member Punjab Pharmacy Council, Lahore, Pakistan
1. Poster Presentation winner (nanomedicine: advancements and challenges)
2. Quaid-i-Azam University merit scholarship
3. Badminton Champion University of the Punjab
  • Transdermal Drug Delivery System
  • Lipid based Nanoparticles Formulation Techniques
  • Dosage Form Designing
  • Targeted Drug Delivery
  • Hydrogels for Cancer Treatment
1. Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Asim Ur Rehman, Haidar Howari, Aiyeshah Alhodaib, Faiz Ullah, Zia Mustafa, Abdelhamid Elaissari, and Naveed Ahmed. (2022). “Hydrogel Containing Solid Lipid Nanoparticles Loaded With Argan Oil and Simvastatin: Preparation, In Vitro and Ex Vivo Assessment.” Gels, 8, 277
2. Faiz Ullah, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Nazeer Hussain Khan, Muhammad Fayyaz Rehman, Syed Sakhawat Shah, Muhammad Mustaqeem, Sami Ullah, Qidi Zhang, and Hongchao Shi. (2022). “Simvastatin-Loaded Lipid Emulsion Nanoparticles: Characterizations and Applications.” ACS Omega 7(27).
3. Ahmad Ikhlaque, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Abbas Rahdar, Saddam Hussain, Fahad Khan Tareen, Muhammad Waqas Salim, Narges Ajalli, Muhammad Imran Amirzada, and Ahmad Khan. (2022). “Design and Evaluation of PH Sensitive PEG-Protamine Nanocomplex of Doxorubicin for Treatment of Breast Cancer.” Polymers 14(12):2403.
4. Khan, Nazeer Hussain, Maria Mir, Lei Qian, Mahnoor Baloch, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Asim ur Rehman, Ebenezeri Erasto Ngowi, Dong Dong Wu, and Xin Ying Ji. (2021). “Skin Cancer Biology and Barriers to Treatment: Recent Applications of Polymeric Micro/Nanostructures.” Journal of Advanced Research 36:223–47.
5. Bashir, Kashaf, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Aiyeshah Alhodaib, Naveed Ahmed, Iffat Naz, Bushra Mirza, Muhammad Khalid Tipu, and Humaira Fatima. 2022. “Design and Evaluation of PH-Sensitive Nanoformulation of Bergenin Isolated from Bergenia Ciliata.” Polymers, 14, 1639.
6. Saman Sargzai, Simge ER, Sultan Sacide Gelen, Abbas Rahdar, Muhammad Bilal, Rabia Arshad, Narges Ajalli, Muhammas Farhan Ali Khan, Sadanand Pandeyh. (2022). “Application of titanium dioxide nanoparticles in photothermal and photodynamic therapy of cancer: An updated and comprehensive review.” Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology.
7. Naila Ishaque ., Naseer, N., Abbas, M. A., Javed, F., Mushtaq, S., Ahmad, N. M., Muhammas Farhan Ali Khan, Ahmed, N., & Elaissari, A. (2022). Optimize PLA / EVA Polymers Blend Compositional Coating for Next Generation Biodegradable Drug-Eluting Stents. Polymers, 14, 3547.
8. Ullah, Faiz, Taskin Aman Khan, Jawaria Iltaf, Saleha Anwar, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Muhammad Rizwan Khan, Sami Ullah, Muhammad Fayyaz Ur Rehman, Muhammad Mustaqeem, Katarzyna Kotwica-Mojzych, and Mariusz Mojzych. (2022). “Heterocyclic Crown Ethers with Potential Biological and Pharmacological Properties: From Synthesis to Applications.” Applied Sciences 12(3)
9. Fan, Yuanyuan, Nazeer Hussain Khan, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Md Faysal Ahammad, Tayyaba Zulfiqar, Razia Virk, and Enshe Jiang. (2022). “Association of Hypertension and Breast Cancer: Antihypertensive Drugs as an Effective Adjunctive in Breast Cancer Therapy.” Cancer Management and Research 14:1323–29.
10. Khan, Nazeer Hussain, Faiz Ullah, Taskin Aman Khan, Ujala Zafar, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Muhammad Mustaqeem, Syed Sakhawat Shah, Dong Dong Wu, and Xin Ying Ji. (2021). “Personal-Care Cosmetic Practices in Pakistan: Current Perspectives and Management.” Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology 14:9–21.
11. Salman, Muhammad, Zia Ul Mustafa, Alina Zeeshan Rao, Qurat Ul Ain Khan, Noman Asif, Khalid Hussain, Naureen Shehzadi, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, and Amir Rashid. (2020). “Serious Inadequacies in High Alert Medication-Related Knowledge Among Pakistani Nurses: Findings of a Large, Multicenter, Cross-Sectional Survey.” Frontiers in Pharmacology 11:1–7.
12. Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, MD Ahammad F, Khan NH, and Ahmed N. (2021). “Theranostic Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Breast Cancer.” Austin Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics 9(5):2–3.
13. Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Muhammad Salman, Nazeer Hussain Khan, Talha Masood, Shahid Latif, Muhammad Saqlain, Zia Ul Mustafa, Noman Asif. (2019). Evaluation of Errors in Prescription Writing: A Cross-Sectional Study at Community Pharmacies and Tertiary Care Hospitals of Lahore, Pakistan. Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science 18:260-266.
14. Mustafa, Zia Ul, Muhammad Salman, Alina Zeeshan Rao, Qurat Ul Ain Khan, Noman Asif, Naureen Shehzadi, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, and Khalid Hussain. (2020). “Awareness of H1N1 Influenza among Pakistani Pharmacy Students.” Russian Open Medical Journal 9(3).
15. Mustafa, Zia U., Muhammad Salman, Noman Asif, Alina Z. Rao, Qurat U. A. Khan, Asma S. Nawaz, Muhammad W. Mumtaz, Athar Masood, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Naureen Shehzadi, and Khalid Hussain. (2021). “Knowledge, Attitude, Practices, and Barriers of Pharmacovigilance among Healthcare Workers: A Cross-Sectional Survey from Lahore, Pakistan.” Bulletin of Faculty of Pharmacy Cairo University 59(1):33–43.
16. Ullah F, Ullah S, Muhammad Farhan Ali Khan, Fahad Khan Tareen, Nazeer Hussain Khan. (2022). Enhancement in aqueous solubility of sulindac medicine by using the micellar solution of ionic and non-ionic surfactants. Biomedical Letters 8:170–176.

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