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Thursday, 5 November 2015

Saravanan Muniyandy

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Saravanan Muniyandy, 
M. Pharm., PhD

Monash University
Deputy head (Research) at School of Pharmacy,
, Victoria ·

 
Dr Saravanan Muniyandy
Tel: +603 5514 4926
Fax: +603 5514 6364
Email: saravanan.muniyandy@monash.edu

 Monash University Malaysia - A campus of Monash University Malaysia

Saravanan has completed his Masters in Pharmaceutics at the age of 24 years and PhD at the age of 32 years from Chennai, India. He has also completed GCHE at Monash University. Saravanan has nearly 20 years of experience in teaching pharmacy graduates and supervising research students. Presently, He is the Deputy Head of School of Pharmacy, Monash University, Malaysia. He has published more than 30 research papers in reputed journals and has been serving as peer reviewer for several high-quality journals. He is also an editorial board member of reputed journals.

Research Interest
Enhance the therapeutic outcomes in inflammation, infection and cancer by formulating novel drug-delivery systems. Developing carbohydrate based nano and microparticles for efficient treatment
Certificate
Certificate

 

 

Research Experience

  • Jan 2015–
    present
    Deputy Head (Research)
    Monash University (Malaysia) · School of Pharmacy · Drug Delivery
    Malaysia · Sunway
  • Jul 2009–
    present
    Senior Lecturer
    Monash University (Malaysia) · Pharmaceutics
    Malaysia · Sunway
  • Oct 2007–
    May 2009
    Lecturer-Pharmaceutics
    The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
    Trinidad and Tobago · Port-of-Spain
  • Jan 1996–
    Dec 2004
    Vels College of Pharmacy
    Vel's Group of Institutions
    India · Chennai
  • Jun 1995–
    Mar 1996
    Research Student
    Central Leather Research Institute · Biomaterials
    India · Chennai
     Saravanan Muniyandy

Teaching Experience

  • Oct 2007–
    Apr 2009
    The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago · School of Pharmacy
    Trinidad and Tobago · Port-of-Spain

Other

 
links

https://www.facebook.com/saravanan.muniyandy
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Saravanan_Muniyandy
 Monash University Malaysia - A campus of Monash University Malaysia
 
 
 
 With Saravanan Muniyandy, Bagi Lakshmi, Ramadas Kuppusamy and Madhusudhan Sampathkumar.

 
 Senior Director of Pharmaceutical Services Dato' Eisah A Rahman presenting the signed MoA to Monash University Sunway campus’ Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences’ Senior Lecturer Dr Saravanan Muniyandy as Deputy Director-General of Health Y Bhg Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah and the School’s Senior Lecturer Dr Lee Wang Wang look on.
Senior Director of Pharmaceutical Services Dato' Eisah A Rahman presenting the signed MoA to Monash University Sunway campus’


 
 Deputy Director-General of Health Y Bhg Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah and Monash University Sunway campus’ Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences’ Senior Lecturers Dr Saravanan Muniyandy and Dr Lee Wang Wang at the signing ceremony..




 

From left Associate Professor Ong Chin Eng, Dr Pushpamalar Janarthanan, Mr Ong Pang Toon, Thenapakiam Sathasivam and Dr Saravanan Muniyandy.

 

TienTeLe Award - From left Assoc Prof Ong Chin Eng, Dr Pushpamalar Janarthanan, Mr Ong Pang Toon, Thenapakiam Sathasivam, and Dr Saravanan Muniyandy
From left Associate Professor Ong Chin Eng, Dr Pushpamalar Janarthanan, Mr Ong Pang Toon, Thenapakiam Sathasivam and Dr Saravanan Muniyandy.
CLIPPING....... http://monash.edu.au/news/show/pharmacy-student-receives-scientific-paper-award
PhD student Thenapakiam Sathasivam from Monash Malaysia’s School of Pharmacy was the sole Malaysian recipient of the TienTe Lee Excellent Scientific Paper Award 2014.
The award, administered by the TienTe Lee Biomedical Foundation of Yung Shin Pharm (YSP), a major pharmaceutical company in Taiwan, is given to PhD students of Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia who have published excellent papers during their tenure of candidature.
Thenapakiam’s research, under the supervision of School of Pharmacy’s Dr Saravanan Muniyandy and School of Science’s Dr Pushpamalar Janarthanan, involved extracting cellulose from sago waste for drug delivery systems, which would help in the production of drugs targeted at cancer cells.
The award includes a cash prize of USD $3000 and a fully sponsored round-trip ticket Taiwan and accommodation.
“I was very surprised because I wasn’t expecting it,” Thenapakiam said upon receiving the good news. She plans to use the award money, USD 3,000, for research and animal studies.
Mr Ong Pang Toon, Senior Manager of the International Business Division of YSP Industries, was present to congratulate Thenapakiam and the School of Pharmacy on her achievement.
“We hope that the School will continue its efforts to develop biomedical sciences and encourage more students to apply for this award,” Mr Ong said. He added that the aim of the award was to inspire young scientists to engage in cross-disciplinary biomedical research collaborations.
She would be traveling to Taipei to personally receive the award on 19 May, and will be given a tour of the YSP manufacturing plant there.
School of Pharmacy’s Associate Professor Dr Ong Chin Eng added that this trip was a good opportunity for Thenapakiam to meet other award winners and academics to exchange contacts and ideas.


 

 




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