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Labiba Khalil Ibrahim El-Khordagui

Labiba Khalil Ibrahim El-Khordagui

Labiba Khalil Ibrahim El-Khordagui
Faculty of Pharmacy
Alexandria University, Egypt


Labiba Khalil Ibrahim El-Khordagui is worked as Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics and former Vice Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt Current Research interests include development and characterization of polymer and lipid-based drug delivery systems such as microspheres, nanoparticles, nanofibers, liposomes and niosomes for different biomedical applications, nanotechnological approach to the enhancement of the performance of existing and new drug formulations, microneedles for transdermal drug delivery, bioequivalence studies for regulatory and research purposes in addition to Community Pharmacy-based research. She taught many undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Pharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics. She has published more than 70 research articles and has supervised 26 PhD and Master theses and she is an active member of multidisciplinary research national and international research teams. She is a reviewer for a number of international journals. She received the Alexandria University Awards for Scientific Research and for recognition (2008) and the Golden Medal of the Syndicate of Pharmacists of Egypt.

Research Interest

1. Development and characterization of polymer and lipid-based drug delivery systems for different biomedical applications. Delivery systems of interest include mainly electrospun nanofibers, polymer and lipid nanoparticulate systems, liposomes and niosomes. 2. Microneedle-based research for transdermal drug delivery enhancement. 3. Bioequivalence studies for regulatory and research purposes. 4. Community pharmacy-based research.