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Hire Dr. Harshvardhan M.

Expert in Analytical Methods Development and Formulation Development

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Medical Writing, Non-Medical Regulatory Writing, Technical Writing, General Proofreading & Editing
Research Scientific and Technical Research, Systematic Literature Review, Secondary Data Collection
Consulting Scientific and Technical Consulting
Product Development Formulation, Stability/Shelf Life Testing, Product Evaluation, Product Validation, Manufacturing
Work Experience

Research Fellow

National University of Singapore

August 2019 - Present

Postdoctoral Research Fellow


February 2019 - July 2019

Junior Research Fellow

University of Delhi

August 2013 - April 2014


PhD (Institut für Technische Chemie)

Leibniz Universität Hannover

October 2014 - September 2018

M. S. (Pharm.) (Pharmaceutical Biotechnology)

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research

June 2011 - May 2013

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Pharmacy)

Nirma University of Science and Technology Institute of Pharmacy

September 2007 - April 2011

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(2020). Predicting human pharmacokinetics of liposomal temoporfin using a hybrid in silico model . European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics.
Modh, Harshvardhan and Scheper, Thomas and Walter, Johanna-Gabriela(2017). Detection of ochratoxin A by aptamer-assisted real-time PCR-based assay (Apta-qPCR). Engineering in Life Sciences. 17. (8). p. 923--930. Wiley Online Library
Modh, H and Witt, M and Urmann, K and Lavrentieva, A and Segal, E and Scheper, T and Walter, JG(2017). Aptamer-based detection of adenosine triphosphate via qPCR. Talanta. 172. p. 199--205.