Research Publications:

Pharos University has 454 research paper according to Scopus Elsevier . These research papers are distributed in the following disciplines

Publication List by Subject area:

Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutics
  1. Dual VEGFR-2/PIM-1 kinase inhibition towards surmounting the resistance to antiangiogenic agents via hybrid pyridine and thienopyridine-based scaffolds: Design, synthesis and biological evaluation
  2. Co-targeting of endothelin-A and vitamin D receptors: a novel strategy to ameliorate cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity
  3. Current strategies for different paclitaxel-loaded Nano-delivery Systems towards therapeutic applications for ovarian carcinoma: A review article
  4. Eco-Friendly Tadalafil Surfactant-Free Dry Emulsion Tablets (SFDETs) Stabilized by In Situ Self-Assembled Aggregates of Natural Oil and Native Cyclodextrins
  5. Synthesis and molecular docking study of some 3,4-dihydrothieno[2,3-d]pyrimidine derivatives as potential antimicrobial agents
  6. Synthesis of some new C2 substituted dihydropyrimidines and their electrophysiological evaluation as L-/T-type calcium channel blockers
  7. Improved oral bioavailability of the anticancer drug catechin using chitosomes: Design, in-vitro appraisal and in-vivo studies
  8. Controlled release Ibu-cryobarriers for the prevention of post-operative adhesions: In-vitro/in-vivo comparative study
  9. Anionic versus cationic bilosomes as oral nanocarriers for enhanced delivery of the hydrophilic drug risedronate
  10. Structurally Diverse Histone Deacetylase Photoreactive Probes: Design, Synthesis, and Photolabeling Studies in Live Cells and Tissue
  11. Synthesis and biological evaluation of purine-pyrazole hybrids incorporating thiazole, thiazolidinone or rhodanine moiety as 15-LOX inhibitors endowed with anticancer and antioxidant potential
  12. Lecithin Microemulsion Lipogels Versus Conventional Gels for Skin Targeting of Terconazole: In Vitro, Ex Vivo, and In Vivo Investigation
  13. Diosmin Nanocrystal–Loaded Wafers for Treatment of Diabetic Ulcer: In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation
  14. A novel investigation of statins myotoxic mechanism: effect of atorvastatin on respiratory muscles in hypoxic environment
  15. Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of novel α-acyloxy carboxamides via Passerini reaction as caspase 3/7 activators
  16. Shooting three inflammatory targets with a single bullet: Novel multi-targeting anti-inflammatory glitazones
  17. Evaluating the therapeutic potential of one-carbon donors in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
  18. Design, synthesis and pharmacological evaluation of some substituted dihydropyrimidines with L-/T-type calcium channel blocking activities
  19. Micro- and nanotechnology approaches to improve Parkinson’s disease therapy
  20. Simultaneous determination of methocarbamol and aspirin in presence of their pharmacopeial-related substances in combined tablets using novel HPLC-DAD method
  21. Reviewing two decades of nanomedicine implementations in targeted treatment and diagnosis of pancreatic cancer: An emphasis on state of art
  22. Synthesis, antibacterial evaluation, and DNA gyrase inhibition profile of some new quinoline hybrids
  23. Mesoporous silica nanoparticles, a safe option for silymarin delivery: preparation, characterization, and in vivo evaluation
  24. Mechanistic role of cAMP and hepatocyte growth factor signaling in thioacetamide-induced nephrotoxicity: Unraveling the role of platelet rich plasma
  25. Volatile organic compounds of biofluids for detecting lung cancer by an electronic nose based on artificial neural network
  26. A novel HPLC-DAD method for simultaneous determination of febuxostat and diclofenac in biological samples: Pharmacokinetic outcomes
  27. Insights on the use of nanocarriers for acne alleviation
  28. Formulation strategies for achieving high delivery efficiency of thymoquinone-containing Nigella sativa extract to the colon based on oral alginate microcapsules for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease
  1. Effect of batch age on potency and dissolution of levothyroxine sodium tablets: impact of BP and USP monograph differences on dissolution results
  2. Oral Brain-Targeted Microemulsion for Enhanced Piperine Delivery in Alzheimer’s Disease Therapy: In Vitro Appraisal, In Vivo Activity, and Nanotoxicity
  3. Zero-order release and bioavailability enhancement of poorly water soluble Vinpocetine from self-nanoemulsifying osmotic pump tablet
  4. Structure-based design of some isonicotinic acid hydrazide analogues as potential antitubercular agents
  5. Exploiting the Thiobarbituric Acid Scaffold for Antibacterial Activity
  6. A novel nasal almotriptan loaded solid lipid nanoparticles in mucoadhesive in situ gel formulation for brain targeting: Preparation, characterization and in vivo evaluation
  7. Synthesis of pyrazolo-1,2,4-triazolo[4,3-a]quinoxalines as antimicrobial agents with potential inhibition of DHPS enzyme
  8. Inhalable multi-compartmental phospholipid enveloped lipid core nanocomposites for localized mTOR inhibitor/herbal combined therapy of lung carcinoma
  9. Oral vitamin-A-coupled valsartan nanomedicine: High hepatic stellate cell receptors accessibility and prolonged enterohepatic residence
  10. Bioadhesive Chitosan-Coated Cationic Nanoliposomes With Improved Insulin Encapsulation and Prolonged Oral Hypoglycemic Effect in Diabetic Mice
  11. Synthesis, anti-inflammatory screening, molecular docking, and COX-1,2/-5-LOX inhibition profile of some novel quinoline derivatives
  12. Gel in core carbosomes as novel ophthalmic vehicles with enhanced corneal permeation and residence
  13. Purines and triazolo[4,3-e]purines containing pyrazole moiety as potential anticancer and antioxidant agents
  14. Vitamin C and E chronic supplementation differentially affect hepatic insulin signaling in rats
  15. Design, synthesis, antibacterial evaluation and molecular docking studies of some new quinoxaline derivatives targeting dihyropteroate synthase enzyme
  16. Novel cremochylomicrons for improved oral bioavailability of the antineoplastic phytomedicine berberine chloride: Optimization and pharmacokinetics
  17. Inhalable particulate drug delivery systems for lung cancer therapy: Nanoparticles, microparticles, nanocomposites and nanoaggregates
  18. Nanostructured lipid carriers for intraocular brimonidine localisation: development, in-vitro and in-vivo evaluation
  19. Carboxylate cross-linked cyclodextrin: A nanoporous scaffold for enhancement of rosuvastatin oral bioavailability
  20. Formulation and in vivo assessment of terconazole-loaded polymeric mixed micelles enriched with Cremophor EL as dual functioning mediator for augmenting physical stability and skin delivery
  21. Bioactive-Chylomicrons for Oral Lymphatic Targeting of Berberine Chloride: Novel Flow-Blockage Assay in Tissue-Based and Caco-2 Cell Line Models
  22. Design and synthesis of novel thioethers derived from 1,5-diphenyl-6-thioxo-6,7-dihydro-1H-pyrazolo[3,4-d]pyrimidin-4(5H)-ones as antiangiogenic agents
  23. Formulation of saudi propolis into biodegradable chitosan chips for vital pulpotomy
  24. Neuroprotective effect of berberine against environmental heavy metals-induced neurotoxicity and Alzheimer’s-like disease in rats
  1. Hyalugel-integrated liposomes as a novel ocular nanosized delivery system of fluconazole with promising prolonged effect
  2. Hepatic stellate cell-targeted imatinib nanomedicine versus conventional imatinib: A novel strategy with potent efficacy in experimental liver fibrosis
  3. Myricetin solid lipid nanoparticles: Stability assurance from system preparation to site of action
  4. Development of a green stability-indicating HPLC–DAD method for the determination of donepezil hydrochloride in the presence of its related substance and degradation products
  5. Green chemistry: Analytical and chromatography
  6. Hexagonal Liquid Crystalline Nanodispersions Proven Superiority for Enhanced Oral Delivery of Rosuvastatin: In Vitro Characterization and In Vivo Pharmacokinetic Study
  7. Neuroprotective effect of ipriflavone against scopolamine-induced memory impairment in rats
  8. Multi-Reservoir Phospholipid Shell Encapsulating Protamine Nanocapsules for Co-Delivery of Letrozole and Celecoxib in Breast Cancer Therapy
  9. Superiority of aromatase inhibitor and cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor combined delivery: Hyaluronate-targeted versus PEGylated protamine nanocapsules for breast cancer therapy
  10. Modulatory effect of silymarin on nuclear factor-erythroid-2-related factor 2 regulated redox status, nuclear factor-κB mediated inflammation and apoptosis in experimental gastric ulcer
  11. Novel quinuclidinone derivatives induced apoptosis in human breast cancer via targeting p53
  12. Synthesis of oxadiazolyl, pyrazolyl and thiazolyl derivatives of thiophene-2-carboxamide as antimicrobial and anti-HCV agents
  13. Ketoprofen-loaded Eudragit electrospun nanofibers for the treatment of oral mucositis
  14. Formulation, in-vitro characterization and clinical evaluation of curcumin in-situ gel for treatment of periodontitis
  15. Nanotechnology-based drug delivery systems for Alzheimer’s disease management: Technical, industrial, and clinical challenges
  16. Rosuvastatin safety: An experimental study of myotoxic effects and mitochondrial alterations in rats
  17. Thiolated alginate-based multiple layer mucoadhesive films of metformin forintra-pocket local delivery: in vitro characterization and clinical assessment
  18. Promote Recurrent Aphthous Ulcer Healing with Low Dose Prednisolone Bilayer Mucoadhesive Buccal Film
  19. Platform for lipid based nanocarriers’ formulation components and their potential effects: A literature review
  20. A Comparison of Aerosolization and Homogenization Techniques for Production of Alginate Microparticles for Delivery of Corticosteroids to the Colon
  21. Analysis of closely related antioxidant nutraceuticals using the green analytical methodology of ANN and smart spectrophotometric methods

Publication List by Subject area:

Engineering
  1. The combined effects of multisized silver nanoparticles and pulsed magnetic field on K. pneumoniae
  2. A Novel Secure Signaling Technique for Underwater Communication Channels Based on Differential Frequency Hopping and Spinal Codes
  3. The impact of productive open spaces on urban sustainability: The case of El Mansheya Square – Alexandria
  4. Elaboration of polymersomes versus conventional liposomes for improving oral bioavailability of the anticancer flutamide
  5. Identify and prioritize the major influencing causes of automated concrete mixing system for mega construction projects using analytic hierarchy process
  6. Cryptography and steganography
  7. Power Allocation for Full-Duplex MISO Underlay Cognitive Radio Networks with Energy Harvesting
  8. Full-energy peak efficiency of asymmetrical polyhedron germanium detector
  9. Adaptive dynamic routing for IEEE 802.15.6 wireless body area networks
  10. A triggering mechanism for end-to-end IoT eHealth system with connected ambulance vehicles
  11. Recycled high-density polyethylene plastics added with lead oxide nanoparticles as sustainable radiation shielding materials
  12. Design of thinned fractal antenna arrays for adaptive beam forming and sidelobe reduction
  13. Data hiding in a digital cover image using chaotic maps and LSB technique
  14. An analytical metalens design approach of CST studio analysis for breast minimum full electric field coverage
  15. Adaptive Reuse Decision Making of a Heritage Building Antoniadis Palace, Egypt
  16. Burkholderia cepacia complex among intensive care unit patients in two private hospitals in Alexandria
  17. Power allocation scheme and performance analysis for multiuser underlay full-duplex cognitive radio networks with energy harvesting
  18. Phytochylomicron as a dual nanocarrier for liver cancer targeting of luteolin: In vitro appraisal and pharmacodynamics
  1. Performance enhancement of steady-state Markov analysis for cognitive radio networks via channel reservation
  2. The loss of self-excitation capability in stand-Alone synchronous reluctance generators
  3. Power allocation and cooperative jamming for enhancing physical layer security in opportunistic relay networks in the presence of interference
  4. Numerical investigation for heat transfer enhancement using nanofluids over ribbed confined one-end closed flat-plate
  5. Assessing the use of IP network management protocols in smart grids
  6. New Bandwidth Efficient Relaying Schemes in Cooperative Cognitive Two-Way Relay Networks with Physical Layer Security
  7. Performance Analysis and Power Allocation for Underlay Cognitive MIMO Relaying Networks with Transmit Antenna Selection Under Antenna Correlation
  8. Physical layer security enhancement in multiuser mixed RF/FSO relay networks under RF interference
  9. Generator optimization for thinned fractal hexagonal and pentagonal antenna arrays using Ant Colony algorithm
  10. Self-emulsifying preconcentrates of daidzein-phospholipid complex: Design, in vitro and in vivo appraisal
  11. Outage analysis of mixed underlay cognitive RF MIMO and FSO relaying with interference reduction
  12. Optimum allocation of distributed generation units in distribution power grids with line losses and voltage sag considerations
  13. Authentication of mobile Wireless Sensor Networks
  14. Survey of ICIC techniques in LTE networks under various mobile environment parameters
  15. Director effect on performance of faulty microstrip rectangular patch array antenna
  16. Power-energy simulation for multi-core processors in benchmarking
  17. Detection of steel surface defect based on machine learning using deep auto-encoder network

Research publications related to SDGs :

Why did you go to PUA for student exchange?

The chance to visit Africa, and more specific an Arab country with so much history as Egypt has, made the decision very easy. PUA offered the necessities and quality needed for my bachelor thesis to be conducted.

How long was the exchange period?

The exchange lasted 8 weeks in total.

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

Prof. Andrew Martin from KTH scouted for students to participate in a collaboration with PUA and KTH, me and my colleagues applied and were accepted.

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and KTH?

The difference is a more direct contact or line of communication in PUA compared to KTH. The relationships between pupils and professors are more personal than in KTH. Moreover, the learning is more of a practical character in PUA than in KTH, where the approach is often more theoretical and is conducted to bring discussion.

Did PUA staff, professors, researcher and others that you met been helpful and easy to communicate, discuss and cooperate

They have been excellent in supporting all causes, the communication line is very clear and everyone, including students, are very generous and show great hospitality. Our Egyptian colleagues, whom we collaborate with, have excellent knowledge in their field and are easy to discuss with.

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Why did you go to (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) for staff exchange?

The main objectives of this mobility are:
- Explore the master program in Electrical Engineering in KTH.
- Investigate the availability of joint undergraduate projects submission.
- Acquire new teaching and learning skills from KTH.
- Reinforcement the cooperation between KTH and PUA.

How long was the exchange period?

A month.

How have you been chosen to this visit?

Through a presentation in front of the vice president and the international relations coordinator of PUA University. The presentation includes my goals to this grant of the Erasmus+ staff mobility program and this is done after the submission of the motivation letter and my CV to them.

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Why did you go to the School of Pharmacy, University of Eastern Finland for staff exchange?

I consider the visit to the School of Pharmacy, UEF, as a lifetime experience that I believe it is a milestone in my career. It is a significant opportunity to discover innovative and different teaching and research techniques as well as to explore new foreign culture that is definitely motivational and very inspirational to my career

How long was the exchange period?

The exchange period was 8 days

How have you been chosen to this visit?

The journey started after my motivation letter was selected by Prof. Dr. Maged ElGhazouly, Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Drug Manufacturing. I was one of 5 lecturers who were chosen to present their motivations to contribute in such exchange program in front of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Mohey ElDin, President of Pharos University in Alexandria and Prof. Dr. Nourhan Fanaky, Vice President for Education and Students Affairs.

How do studies and researches at School of Pharmacy, University of Eastern Finland differ in comparison to your previous experience?

I think they are different in the time and resources available for their research. In addition, most of them are working as a multidisciplinary team which collaborate together for successful publications

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Why did you go to KTH for staff exchange?

To gain more experience about teaching methods, to get introduced to a new culture, to widen my professional network, to know more about the curriculum of the courses in the KTH and compare it to ours in PUA. My main mission was about the BIM courses to transfer the way of teaching and to know all the courses that are taught in the KTH as PUA is starting to teach this new technology.

How long was the exchange period?

It was one month.

How have you been chosen to this visit?

I have been chosen through a process that started by a call to all the staff members for whoever wants to submit a motivation letter to be chosen. Then there was an interview with the faculty of engineering dean and head of departments. Then there was an interview with the head of international relations and the representatives of university’s president.

How do studies and researches at KTH differ in comparison to your previous experience?

It differs a lot as the number of years for the university education at the KTH are 3 for bachelor degree and most of the students there continue post graduate studies for 2 years to complete their master’s degree. One of the great differences is that all the master or PhD thesis are concerned with the industry to solve problems or to renovate the technology of construction.

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Why did you go to (Royal Institue of Technology KTH) for staff exchange?

My trip was part of a grant of the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility Program. The main purpose of the trip was to adopt new teaching methods, interactive learning methods and assessment methods. In addition, visit the laboratories and workshops. Another personal purpose was to network with people interested in the field of my PhD research and exchange knowledge with them.

How long was the exchange period?

The exchange period was for 10 days.

How have you been chosen to this visit?

I applied for it at the PUA. The application included a motivation letter, my CV and a valid IELTS certificate. Then I have done a presentation on the purpose of my application to this visit. The attendees of the presentation were the Vice President of the PUA and the International Relations Coordinator at the PUA.

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Why did you go to (KTH)for staff exchange?

I went there as a part of ICM program among the agreement between KTH and PUA

How long was the exchange period?

10 days

How do studies and researches at (KTH) differ in comparison to your previous experience?

There educaltional system consists of 3-years program BSc and 2 years Msc. The computer and electrical engineering are merged in one schoo;

Did (KTH) staff, professors, researcher and others that you met been helpful and easy to communicate, discuss and cooperate

Yes,

Could you describe a regular day as a student or teacher at (KTH)?

Student : attend lectures and lab sessions Teacher : give lectures, participate in meetings related to research projects

What was the best part of your experience at (KTH)?

Meeting with master programs directors and advanced abs

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What made you chose PUA to study?

Being best authentic private university in Alexandria with highly qualified cooperative Teaching staff from professors to demonstrators is reason enough for anyone to join your University.

Why did you go to (University of Eastern Finland) for student exchange?

In my opinion, the university announced for scholarship was a great opportunity to discover their teaching methods and facilities whilst still student in PUA, as well as experience first-hand the European scandanavian culture.

How long was the exchange period?

About four months since 3rd/sept/2018 to 20th/dec/2018

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

By assessing applicant English proficiency, recommendation letter from my professors, motivation letter and interviews was also done to assess student social and academic background as well as their overall character.

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What made you chose PUA to study?

I choose Pharos University because it is one of the top 10 universities in the Republic of Egypt and its close relationship between other international universities, especially the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

To gain experience of travel without parents and self-reliance and to see the cultures of other countries

How long was the exchange period?

It was 3 months

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I think because I worked hard to study architecture and got the highest grades and excelled at the University of Pharos

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What made you chose PUA to study?

Because of the excellent educational level offered by pharos university.

Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

To gain a new experience and knew the difference between education in Egypt and abroad.

How long was the exchange period?

3 months

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I was nominated by my department then I have passed the language test and an interview with university administration.

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and (KTH)?

The biggest difference is that students there depend on themselves a lot in the education.

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What made you chose PUA to study?

I choose Pharos University to study because I knew about the agreement dual bachelor degree from both KTH and PUA which gives international exposure. Also its one of the best University for the education perspectives.

Why did you go to KTH for student exchange?

To gain experience, knowledge. Also to explore different cultures and know the least technology and trend in architecture.

How long was the exchange period?

3 months

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

First I have been writing my CV and motivation letter. Second I have been through 2 interviews and English test.

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What made you chose PUA to study? 

 I choose Pharos University to study because it is one of the universities that help on producing good generations.

 Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

To gain experience and knowledge from other countries that could help me in my future sake concerning the Architecture Engineering. 

How long was the exchange period? 

3 months 

How have you been chosen for the exchange? 

 By owning high grades, good communication skills and language.

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Why did you go to PUA for student exchange? 

  I heard about the transportation project from my teacher at KTH. I chose PUA for exhange to write my bachelor thesis.

How long was the exchange period?  

3 months. 

 How have you been chosen for the exchange?

By my teacher at KTH. 

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and (KTH)? 

  I have nit participated in any courses but otherwise, there are differences such as school rules, computer lab.

Did PUA staff, professors, researcher and others that you met been helpful and easy to communicate, discuss and cooperate.  

Yes, they have been helpful all the period and it was easy to communicate with them.  

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What made you chose PUA to study?

Because it is one of best universities in Alexandria.

Why did you go to KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm for student exchange?

It was a good chance to gain experience.

How long was the exchange period?

Three months.

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I have been chosen by my professors.

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm?

The students at KTH is more independent.

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What made you chose PUA to study?

As Pharos is one from the best universities in Egypt, it was recommended for me.

Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

It was the best chance ever to learn a lot about everything, their way of studying, their work during their lectures and tutorial.

How long was the exchange period?

It was for 3 months.

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I was able to get the highest grades so that I could get my professors' nomination and I worked hard on it

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