Dr. Satish C S

Professor, HOD
  • Teaching


Dr. Satish C S is working as a Professor and HOD of the Department of Pharmaceutics at PESU Institute of Pharmacy. His academic qualifications include a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics from JSS College of Pharmacy, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, with a UGC-funded major project. He is actively conducting research in his field of specialization, focusing on polymer synthesis, characterization, and evaluation, as well as the development of parenteral controlled release systems and anticancer drug delivery systems. His research also encompasses biocompatibility studies.


  • Ph.D., JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore, (Under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore), 2007

  • M.Pharm, Government College of Pharmacy, Bangalore (Under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore), 1998

  • B.Pharm, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore, Mysore University, 1996


  • Lecturer, M.S. Ramaiah College of Pharmacy, 1999 - 2002

  • UGC Project Associate,, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore, Mysore University, 2003 - 2005

  • Lecturer, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore, 2006 - 2006

  • Professor and HOD, PES College of Pharmacy, 2007 - 2019

  • Professor and HOD, PESU Institute of Pharmacy, Bengaluru, 2019 - Till date


  • • Teaching Master of Pharmacy since 2007 and Bachelor of Pharmacy since 1999, Doctor of Pharmacy since 2009.


  • •Faculty Adviser-M.Pharm

  • • Research Coordinator

  • • Anchor teacher-Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics-M.Pharm.

  • • Doctoral Committee Member

Research Interest

  • • Implants • Hydrogels • Novel delivery of Herbal actives

Research Projects

  • Organic nanocomposite band-aid containing carboxymethyl-chitosan nanoparticles of Asiaticoside for wound healing

Research Guidance

  • M.Pharm-05 Ph.D-04 B.Pharm-01


  • 1. IVIVC assessment, pharmacokinetic evaluation, and X-ray radiography mapping of Novel Parteck® SRP 80 and hypromellose-loaded LTD4 receptor antagonist chronosystem. Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 9:105, 2023, 1-12. (IF-2.7)

  • 2. Exploration of Parteck® SRP 80 and Hypromellose for Chronomodulated Release of LTD4 Receptor Antagonist and Statistical Optimization Using Central Composite Design. AAPS PharmSciTech,23:263,2022,263-278. (IF-4.03)

  • 3. Design of ileo colon releasing tablet dosage form by compression coating: effect of carboxymethyl chitosan on budesonide release.Polymer Bulletin,2023,1-18. (IF-2.2)

  • 4. Synthesis of carboxmethyl chitosan and its effect on budesonide colon sensitive nano release system", Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology.Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 2023,44(5),876-887. (IF-3.8)

  • 5. Exploration of Polymethacrylate and Hypromellose for the development of a non-sulfhydryl ACE inhibitor mucoadhesive system using Box-Behnken Design: In-vitro and Ex-vivo evaluation. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, 2023,49(1),115-128. (IF-3.7)

  • 6. Design, Development and in vitro Evaluation of Hydrogels Prepared by Free Radical Polymerization of Acrylic Acid (AAc) Containing a Model Antidiabetic Drug. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. 2023,57(2),1-17. (IF-0.8)

  • 7. Designing the formulations in circadian rhythm activity with chronotherapeutic drug delivery system using Ramelteon. International Journal of Health Sciences.2022,6(S3),2599–2609. (IF-0.6)

  • 8. Formulation strategies for taste masking of chewable softgels. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences.2023,10(8),341-349.

  • 9. Chrono-therapeutics: Recent advances and development" International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2021 13, (1)

  • 10. In vitro and in vivo evaluation of nano-composite hydrogels of Heliotropium indicum extract for wound healing. EAS J Pharm Pharmacol, 2020; 2(3):66-73.

  • 11. Polyelectrolyte complexes of Carbopol and chitosan, as Metoprolol tartrate carriers. International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences 9 (2), 2019,1067-1077, 2019.

  • 12. Design and evaluation of Buccal patches of NSAID’S for gingivitis, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 6 (11), 2018, 628-648

  • 13. Formulation and evaluation of a Chitosan-PVA-Gellan insulin implant, International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutics 9 (Issue 3), 2017, 37-41.

  • 14. Formulation And Evaluation Of Simvastatin Gastroretentive Drug Delivery System, International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutics 9 (3), 2017,55-60

  • 15. Design, development and in-vitro evaluation of gastric floating drug delivery Systems (GFDDS) Of Felodipine, International Journal of Pharmacy & Technology 4(2) July-2012, 4459-4468.

  • 16. Preparation and characterization of 5-FU microspheres loaded with Eudragit and cellulose acetate, Ars Pharmaceutica (Internet) 52 (1), 2011, 23-30.

  • 17. Preparation and In-Vitro Evaluation of Repaglinide Floating Oral Delivery System Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms and Technology 2 (4), 2010, 284-289.

  • 18. Diltiazem Hydrochloride Trapping in Poly(methacrylic acid-co-acrylamide) Microparticles: In-vitro drug delivery studies, International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, 62, 2013, 469–474. [IF-4.02]

  • 19. Synthesis and characterization of carboxymethyl chitosan hydrogel: Application as pH-sensitive delivery for nateglinide. Current Drug Delivery, 9(6), 2012, 628-636. [IF-3.8]

  • 20. Synthesis and characterization of pH-sensitive hydrogel composed of carboxymethyl chitosan for colon targeted delivery of ornidazole. Carbohydrate Research, 347 (1) 2012, 76–82. [IF-3.1]

  • 21. Formulation of a poorly water-soluble drug sirolimus in solid dispersions to improve dissolution. J Dispersion Science Technology, 32, 6, 2011. [IF-2.04]

  • 22. Preparation and characterization of 5-Fluorouracil loaded microspheres of Eudragit and Ethyl cellulose. Acta Pharmaceutica sciencia 52: 390-398 (2010). [IF-0.47]

  • 23. Stomach-Specific Drug Delivery of 5-Fluorouracil Using Ethylcellulose Floating Microspheres”, Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 2009, 1–8, iFirst. [IF-3.92]

  • 24. Formulation and evaluation of chitosan-gellan based methotrexate implants, Journal of Macromolecular Science (Taylor & Francis), Volume 45, Issue 8, 2008, Pages 643 – 649. [IF-2.2]

  • 25. Formulation and Evaluation of 5-FU Loaded Eudragit Microspheres: Effect of Various Eudragit on Micromeretic Properties of Microspheres. Journal of Macromolecular Science (Taylor & Francis), Volume 45, Issue 12, 2008, Pages 1015 – 1027. [IF-2.2]

  • 26. Preparation and characterization of poly (HEMA-co-DMAEMA) hydrogels as self-regulated insulin delivery system. Journal of Macromolecular Science (Taylor & Francis), 2007 (44), 379-387. [IF-2.2]

  • 27. Dynamic swelling and in vitro release of insulin from the siminterpenetrating polymer networks. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 69 (1), January-February, 2007, 58-63. [IF-0.7]

  • 28. Biocompatibility issues of implanted polymeric materials. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Vol. 41 (3), Jul– Sep, 2007.

  • 29. Preparation and evaluation of gelatin and poly(methacrylic acid) siminterpenetrating polymer networks as sustained drug delivery systems of Glipizide. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 69 (1), January-February, 2007. [IF-0.7]

  • 30. Preparation and evaluation of chitosan-poly(acrylic acid) as mucoadhesive drug delivery system of amoxicillin trihydrate and metronidazole. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 69 (1), January February, 2007, 91-95. [IF-0.7]

  • 31. Hydrogels as controlled drug delivery systems: Preparation, crosslinking, water and drug transport mechanism. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 68 (2) March-April 2006, 133-140. [IF-0.7]

  • 32. Formulation and evaluation of multilayered self-regulated insulin delivery system. Indian Drugs, 43 (12), December 2006, 972-980.

  • 33. Modulated insulin permeation through glucose sensitive membrane. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 67 (6) Nov-Dec, 2005, 738-741. [IF-0.7]

  • 34. Recent developments in self-regulated insulin delivery. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 66 (2) March-April, 2004, 137-141. [IF-0.7]


  • 1. Biomaterials: Biocompatibility Issues, Encyclopedia of Biomedical Polymers and Polymeric Biomaterials published by Taylor and Francis.

  • 2. Drug Delivery, Antitumor, Encyclopedia of Biomedical Polymers and Polymeric Biomaterials published by Taylor and Francis.

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