Ayesha Asif

Ayesha Asif

Assistant Professor

ayeshaasif@ucp.edu.pk
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I have joined Faculty of Pharmacy, University of the Central Punjab as an Assistant Professor. I had graduated (i.e., Pharm. D.) from the Department of Pharmacy, University of the Punjab Lahore .I had also acquired M. Phil. degree in Pharmacognosy (Pharmacy) from the same University. Currently, I am a Ph. D. scholar in Pharmacognosy in the Department of Pharmacy, University of the Punjab Lahore and completed the course work. At the present moment, my Research work is being proceeded. In addition, I have published many Research Papers in scientific impact factor journals. I am also an active member of the Punjab Pharmacy Council. I have over 9 years of University Teaching Experience. My area of interest is Pharmacognosy / Phytochemistry / Biology and Chemistry of Natural Products. I express wishes to enhance my academic and research potentials and quite hopeful to turn out my proficient knowledge in the best interest of this esteemed organization.

PhD (Scholar) Pharmacognosy / Phytochemistry University College of Pharmacy, University of the Punjab, Lahore 2014- To Date
M. Phill Pharmacognosy / Phytochemistry University College of Pharmacy, University of the Punjab, Lahore. 2008 - 2010
Pharm D. Pharmacy University College of Pharmacy, University of the Punjab , Lahore. 2002-2007
Intermediate F. Sc. Pre-Medical Government College for Women, Samanabad, Lahore. 1999-2001
Secondary School Certificate Science Subjects Cambridge Madrassa-Tul-Banat School, for Girls, 15-Lake Road Lahore.1997-1999
Assistant Professor University of the Central Punjab Lahore. To Date
Assistant Professor Hajvery University Lahore. 2016-2018
LecturerHajvery University Lahore.2011-2016
1Ayesha, A. and M. Asif Saeed. (April 2020): Cytolysin potential of some of the di and triterpenoids from the seeds of Guilandina bonducella L. ACTA Pharmaceutica Sciencia (With Impact Factor= 0.23) ACCEPTED
2Ayesha, A. and M. Asif Saeed. (Jan 2020): Cytotoxic effect of some furano sesquiterpenes from Balsamodendron myrrha Nees. Oleo-gum-resin on brine shrimps ( Artemia salina) larvae. ACTA Pharmaceutica Sciencia (With Impact Factor= 0.23) ACCEPTED
3Ayesha, A. and M. Asif Saeed. (Nov 2019): Exploring irritant activity of some of the Phytochemical components from Wild Sonchus arvensis (L.) ssp arvensis (D.C.) herb. ACTA Pharmaceutica Sciencia (With Impact Factor= 0.23) ACCEPTED
4Ishtiaq, S., Akram, M., Kamran, S. H., Hanif, U., Afridi, M. S.K., Rehman, S., Afzal, A., Ayesha, A., Younus, M. and Akbar, S. (2017): Acute and Sub acute toxicity study of a Pakistani polyherbal formulation. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 10.1186/s12906-017-1889-7 (With Current Impact Factor = 2.94).
5Abbas, K., Shehzad, M., Ayesha, A., Qadir, M. I. and Ahmad, T. (2016): Phtochemical and dermatological investigation of Tribulus terrestris L. Hamdard Medicus 59, No. 1. (HEC Approved).
6Abbas, K., Rizwani, G. H., Zahid, H. and Ayesha, A. (2015): Pharmacognostic evaluation of Musa paradisiaca L., bracts, flowers, trachea and tracheal fluid. World J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci. 4(04): 1461-1475. (With Impact Factor = 0.19).

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