University of Science and Technology Chittagong

Marzina Ajrin

Marzina Ajrin

Assistant Professor
Pharmacy
Email: marzinaajrin@ustc.ac.bd

Profile

I am Marzina Ajrin joined USTC in September 2011 as Lecturer. Currently I am working here as Assistant Professor. In my 11-year teaching career at USTC, I actively involved myself in regular teaching, research project supervision of undergraduate and graduate students, and other officially assigned duties. I got opportunity to work as a member of Self- Assessment Committee (SAC). Teaching and research have always been great passions of mine.

Education

  • M. Pharm (USTC)

Program Affiliated

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy
  • Master of Pharmacy

Areas of Interest

  • Novel Drug delivery system
  • Natural Product

Courses Taught

  • Pharmacognosy I
  • Pharmacognosy II
  • Pharmacology II
  • Pharmacology III
  • Clinical Pharmacy

Journals & Articles

  • Shabnur Mahmud, Safaet Alam, Nazim Uddin Emon, Umme Habiba Boby, Mr Kamruzzaman, Firoj Ahmed, A.S.M. Monjur-Al-Hossain, Afroza Tahamina, Sajib Rudra, Marzina Ajrin. Opportunities and challenges in stem cells therapy in cardiovascular diseases: position standing in 2022. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal. http//doi.org.10.1016/j.jsps/2022.06017
  • Marzina Ajrin & Fahmida Anjum. Proniosome: A promising approach for vesicular drug delivery. Turk J Pharm Sci 2022;19(4):468-481.
  • Saniya Rahman, Marzina Ajrin, Md. Rabiul Hossain. In-vitro anti-inflammatory and antioxidant study of ethanolic extract of Averrhoa carambola leaves. USTA 2021, ISSN : 1728-0435 Volume-25, No. 1, 2021, (p 47-64)
  • Irtefa Ruslan, Farzana Nowrin, Marzina Ajrin. A Review Study on Phytochemical Composition of Citrus maxima and Its Pharmacological Activities. USTA 2021, ISSN : 1728-0435 Volume-25, No. 1, 2021, (p 161-170)
  • Marzina Ajrin, Asrin Akther. Review on Fullerene: A Cutting-Edge Trend in Drug Delivery. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 60(2), January – February 2020; Article No. 14, Pages: 84-89
  • Marzina Ajrin and Md Shahidul Islam. Physio-Chemical Assessment of Industrial Effluents in Chattogram, Bangladesh. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2020, Volume 5, Issue 2
  • Irfan Newaz Khan, Md. Mominul Islam Sarker, Marzina Ajrin (corresponding author). Sedative and anxiolytic effects of ethanolic extract of Calotropis gigantean (Asclepiadaceae) leaves. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed 2014; 4(Suppl 1): S400-S404