Department of Pharmacy
Dr. Sharif Mohammad Shaheen  Professor
Name :
Dr. Sharif Mohammad Shaheen
Employee ID
710002011
Designation
Professor  
Department
Department of Pharmacy
Faculty
Faculty of Allied Health Science
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/pharmacy/Drsharif.html
E-mail
sharif.ph@diu.edu.bd
Phone
Cell-Phone

M. Pharm. (DU)., M. Eng. (JP), PhD (JP)

In-plant, Clinical Trial, Ligand design and non-viral vector

Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Sensibility Engineering, Nano/Macromolecular  Drug Delivery System

47 publications with h-index 10 and RG score 26.92, Highest impact factor publication of 10.12 at Nucleic Acids Research, Biomaterials (8.4), Journal of controlled Release (7.7)

  1. Selected Publications
    Naoya Miura, Sharif M. Shaheen, Hidetaka Akita, Takashi Nakamura, Hideyoshi Harashima. A KALA-modified lipid nanoparticle containing CpG-free plasmid DNA as a potential DNA vaccine carrier for antigen presentation and as an immune-stimulative adjuvant.Nucleic Acids Res. 2015; 43(3):1317-31. (Under line authors are the Joint first authors) (Impact Factor 10.12).
  2. Hidetaka Akita, Soichiro Ishii, Naoya Miura, Sharif M. Shaheen, Yoshiro Hayashi, Takashi Nakamura and Hideyoshi Harashima, A DNA microarray-based analysis of immune-stimulatory and transcriptional responses of dendritic cells to KALA-modified nanoparticles, Biomaterials34 (2013) 8979-899 (Impact Factor 8.4)..
  3. Sharif M Shaheen, Hidetaka Akita, Atsushi Yamashita, Ryo Katoono, Nobuhiko Yui,
    Vasudevanpillai Biju, Mitsuru Ishikawa, and Hideyoshi Harashima, Quantitative analysis of condensation/decondensation status of pDNA in the nuclear sub-domains by QD-FRET, Nucleic Acids Research, 2011, 39(7). (Impact Factor 10.12).
  4. Sharif M Shaheen, Hidetaka Akita, Takashi Nakamura, Shota Takayama, Shiroh Futaki , Atsushi Yamashita, Ryo Katoono , Nobuhiko Yui and Hideyoshi Harashima, KALA-modified multi-layered nanoparticles as gene carriers for MHC Class-I mediated antigen presentation for a DNA vaccine, Biomaterials 2011 Sep; 32(26): 6342-50. (Impact Factor 8.4).
  5. Sharif  M. Shaheen, and K. Yamaura, Preparation of theophylline hydrogels of atactic poly(vinyl alcohol)/NaCl/H2O system for drug delivery system, J. Controlled Release, 81 (2002) 367-377.
    (Impact Factor 7.7)


Conference Paper:

 

  1. Sharif M. Shaheen, Akita Hidetaka and Hideyoshi Harashima, A Lys-Ala-Leu-Ala (KALA) repeated peptide modification in DNA nanoparticles of DOPE/CHEMS, follows GPCR mediated transgene expression in dendritic cell, American Association for Cancer Research, (AACR) special conference on Pancreatic Cancer Innovations in Research and Treatment, Hyatt Regencey New Orleans, LA. 2014.
  2. Sharif M. Shaheen, Akita Hidetaka and Hideyoshi Harashima, Better transgene expression from a proteoplex than that of polyplex in murine derived dendritic cell, European Symposium on controlled drug delivery (ESCDD), The Netherland, 2014.
  3. Sharif M. Shaheen, Akita Hidetaka and Hideyoshi Harashima, Comparatively Higher Transgene Expression By Post Modification Of KALA Peptide With DOPE/Cardiolipin Lipid Based DNA-protamineNanoparticles in Bone Marrow Derived Dendritic Cell (BMDC), European Symposium on controlled drug delivery (ESCDD), The Netherland, 2014.
  4. Sharif M Shaheen, Ishi Souichirou,Naoya Miura, Akita Hidetaka and Hideyoshi Harashima, A potential non-viral vector to transfect Bone Marrow Derived Dendritic Cell (BMDC) and thereby MHC-Class I antigen presentation might be a potential use in DNA vaccine for carcinomaThirty-Fifth Annual CTRC‐AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium‐‐ Dec 4‐8, 2012; San Antonio, TX
  5. Sharif M Shaheen, Hidetaka Akita, Takashi Nakamura, Shota Takayama, Shiroh Futaki , Atsushi Yamashita, Ryo Katoono, Nobuhiko Yuiand Hideyoshi Harashima, ,MHC Class-I mediated antigen presentation by a non-viral T-MEND vector expressing a high luciferase activity in murine derived dendritic cells (JAWS-II),Molecular Therapy, vol 18, supplement 1, 2010: (401) S155, ASGCT, Washington DC.
  6. Sharif M Shaheen, Hidetaka Akita, Atsushi Yamashita, Ryo Katoono, Nobuhiko Yui, Vasudevanpillai Biju, Mitsuru Ishikawa, and Hideyoshi Harashima; A novel technique to quantify condensation/decondensation status in the nuclear sub-domains by QD-FRET, Drug Delivery System, 24 (3) 2009.
  7. Sharif M. Shaheen, Kazuma Takezoe and Kazuo Yamaura, Effect of Binder Additives on Terbutaline Hydrogels of a-PVA/NaCl/H2O System in Drug Delivery: I. Effect of Gelatin and Soluble Starch, 2nd International Conference of New Biomedical Materials, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom (2003).
  8. Kazuo Yamaura, and Sharif M. Shaheen, Preparation of theophylline hydrogels of atactic poly(vinyl alcohol)/NaCl/H2O system for drug delivery system, 2nd International Conference of New Biomedical Materials, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom (2003). (Invited Speaker)
  9. S. M. Shaheen and K. Yamaura, Preparation of Cost Effective Hydrogels for Theophylline Release Kinetics, 29th Annual Meeting of Controlled Release Society in Collaboration with Korean Society for Biomaterials, Seoul, South Korea, vol.1: 223 (2002).
  10. S. M. Shaheen and K. Yamaura,Studies on the Drug Delivery from the Hydrogels of atactic-PVA/NaCl/H2O System, 2nd International Conference on Advanced Fiber/Textile Materials, Ueda, Nagano, Japan, November 10-12, 108 (2002).
  11. S. M. Shaheen and K. Yamaura, Theophylline Release from the Hydrogel of atactic Polyvinyl Alcohol/NaCl/H2O System, SPSJ 5oth Symposium on Macromolecules, Polymer Preprint, Japan, vol. 50, No. 2, E 1099 (2001).
  12. S. M. Shaheen and K. Yamaura, Preparation of Theophylline Hydrogel of a-PVA/NaCl/H2O System and its Properties: II. Thermal Properties and Drug Release Behavior, Fiber Preprints, Japan, vol. 56, No. 3, 64 (2001).
  13. S. M. Shaheen and K. Yamaura, In-vitro Correlations of Theophylline Release from the Hydrogels of atactic Poly (vinyl alcohol)/NaCl/Water System: Effect of Agitators, Rotation Speeds and Release Medium, Polymer preprints, Japan, vol. 51, No. 5, 1019 (2002).
  14. S. M. Shaheen, M. Iwaseya, M. Takahashi and K. Yamaura, Temperature Dependent Phase-Transition of atactic Poly(vinyl Alcohol)/NaCl/Water System, Polymer preprints, Japan, vol. 52, No. 3, 675 (2003).
  15. S. M. Shaheen and K. Yamaura, Application of atactic Poly(vinyl Alcohol)/NaCl/Water Hydrogel System in   Nature, 34th annual meeting of UCRS in Chubu Area, Japan, 2003, 135.

Micro/Macromolecular Drug Delivery System, Molecular Medicine, carrier development for Vaccination (Proetin/Peptide and DNA vaccines), Bio-engineering/ Bio-medical Engineering, Tissue engineering

  • MONBUKAGUSHO, JSPS, EU-Polinnova
  • American Association for Cancer Research, AACR
  • American Society for Gene and Cell Therapy
  • Controlled Release Society
  • American Association Pharmaceutical Sciences

 

IP-BAS under EU, Hokkaido University, AEON group,  Rajshahi University, Essential Drug Co. Ltd., Armed Force Medical Institute