Punjab University awarded PhD degrees to six scholars

Lahore:12:september: According to details, Muhammad Idrees has been awarded PhD degree in the subject of Computer Science after approval of his thesis entitled ‘VisFra: An Extensible Framework for Visual Programming’, Gul Afshan in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Investigations on the Development of Antibodies Against Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Envelope Glycoproteins’, Sumera Latif in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Pharmaceutical Co Crystals: A Paradigm of Crystal Engineering to Modify Physicochemical and Pharmaceutical Properties of Paracetamol and Naproxen’, Ummarah Kanwal in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Development and Characterisation of Polymer Based Nano-Doxorubicin Delivery System for Cancer Therapy’, Shaista Qamar in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) after approval of her Punjab University (PU) has awarded PhD degrees to six scholars. According to details, Muhammad Idrees has been awarded PhD degree in the subject of Computer Science after approval of his thesis entitled ‘VisFra: An Extensible Framework for Visual Programming’, Gul Afshan in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Investigations on the Development of Antibodies Against Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Envelope Glycoproteins’, Sumera Latif in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Pharmaceutical Co Crystals: A Paradigm of Crystal Engineering to Modify Physicochemical and Pharmaceutical Properties of Paracetamol and Naproxen’, Ummarah Kanwal in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Development and Characterisation of Polymer Based Nano-Doxorubicin Delivery System for Cancer Therapy’, Shaista Qamar in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Analytical and Biological Studies of 5-Benzyl- 1, 3, 4-Oxadiazole-2-Thiol’ and Rahat Shamim in the subject of Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics) after approval of her thesis entitled ‘Solubility Enhancement, Formulation Development, Characterisation and IVIVC of Sustained Release Tablet of Ketoprofen’.The news.

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