Dr. Anwesha Barik, PhD

Dr. Anwesha Barik

Present Position: Assistant Professor

Department of Pharmaceutical Technology,
School of Medical Sciences (SOMS)

E-mail: anwesha1.barik@adamasuniversity.ac.in


  • PhD, (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur)
  • M.Pharm. in Pharmaceutical Engineering, Jadavpur University
  • B.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University

Research Key Areas:

  • Biomaterial-assisted Drug Delivery
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Regenerative Medicine


  • Assistant Professor, Adamas University, Kolkata (September, 2020- till date)
  • Research Assistant, Bioequivalence Study Center, Jadavpur University, Kolkata (July, 2014-June, 2015)

Research Publication (s):

  • Number of research papers published in International refereed journals: 07
  • Number of research papers published in International peer-reviewed Scopus Proceedings: 01
  • Number of Book-Chapter(s): 01

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Selected Publication (s):

  1. Byram P K., Sunka K C., Barik A., Kaushal M., Dhara S., Chakravorty N., “Biomimetic silk fibroin and xanthan gum blended hydrogels for connective tissue regeneration”. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2020, Volume 165, pp. 874-882.
  2. Barik A., Ray S K., Byram P K., Sinha R., Chakravorty N., “Localized delivery of Tibolone via silk- fibroin coated titanium implant promotes faster peri-implant bone formation in osteoporosis”. Biomedical Materials, 2020, Volume 15, Issue 6.
  3. Barik A., Chakravorty N. “Targeted Drug Delivery from Titanium Implants: A Review of Challenges and Approaches”, Part of the Book Series “Clinical & Experimental Biomedicine”, 2019, pp. 1-17, Springer, New York, USA.
  4. Barik A., Choudhury I. N. and Chakravorty N., “Parameter optimization of injectable polycaprolactone microspheres containing curcumin using Response Surface Methodology,” 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), Honolulu, HI, 2018, pp. 147-150. doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2018.8512225
  5. Barik A., Banerjee S., Dhara S., Chakravorty N., “A reductionist approach to extract robust molecular markers from microarray data series–Isolating markers to track osseointegration”, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, Vol 68, pp. 104-111, Apr 2017.
  6. Dan S., Halder D., Barik A., Biswas E., Pal M. M., Ghosh B., Sarkar P., Das C., Chakraborty P., Pradhan S., Pal T. K.“Bio-analytical Method Development and Validation of Tadalafil with a Special Emphasis on Pharmacokinetic Study in Healthy Indian Subjects for the ODS Formulation”. Current Analytical Chemistry, 2015, Vol 11, Issue 3, pp. 175-183
  7. Dan S., Halder D., Barik A., Biswas E., Chakraborty P., Sarkar P., Pal M M., Das C., Bose R., Ghosh B., Pal T K., “Comparative bioavailability study of two antiretroviral FDC containing Abacavir 600 mg and Lamivudine 300 mg in Healthy Human Indian Volunteers”. Journal of Applied Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics, 2015, Volume 3, pp. 18-26.
  8. Dan S., Choudhury H., Sarkar P., Gorain B., Barik A., Ghosh B., Pal T. K. “A randomized two-way crossover comparative pharmacokinetic study of two different tablet formulations containing ilaprazole in healthy human Indian volunteers”. Archives of Medicine and Health Sciences , 2014 , Vol 2, Issue 2, pp. 160-164
  9. Gorain B., Choudhury H., Biswas E., Barik A., Jaisankar P., Pal T. K. “A novel approach for nanoemulsion components screening and nanoemulsion assay of olmesartan medoxomil through a developed and validated HPLC method”. RSC Advances, 2013, Vol 3, pp. 10887–10893

Research Projects:

  1. “Development of nature-inspired hydrogel based formulation for cutaneous wound healing”, INR 0.30 Lakh (Initially for first year), Internal Seed Grant funded by Adamas University, Kolkata, 2021-2023 (as PI)
  2. “Antiurolithic efficacy of extract based fractions of Hygrophila spinosa T. anderson ”, INR 0.60 Lakh (Initially for first year), Internal Seed Grant funded by Adamas University, Kolkata, 2021-2023 (as co-PI)