Niyati Sanjeev

Niyati Sanjeev Acharya, Author at Institute of Pharmacy
Institute of Management, Nirma University - Logo

Educational Qualification

    Ph D

Research Area

    Novel Drug Delivery System, Phytopharmacological screening and standardization of herbal drugs, Phytopharmacological studies on natural products for neuroprotective effects on AD animal models


  • Assistant Professor and Head of Department


  • Pharmacognosy

General Information

  • 07971652721

  • 302, Second floor, Institute of Pharmacy, Nirma University


    Pharmacognosy , Phytochemistry


  • Dr. Niyati has 18 years of experience in teaching and research in the field of Pharmacognosy, phytochemistry and natural product research. She has published 37 research papers, 3 book chapters, 1 patent and presented more than 80 posters. She has completed one major research project from the Department of Biotechnology, one minor project from GUJCOST and has been involved in doing many consultancy projects. Being a recognized PG and PhD guide, guided 20 postgraduate students and 6 Ph. D students at Nirma University. She is a recipient of P.K. Debnath Memorial Award: SFE Young Ethnopharmacologist Award 2020 for Best Oral Presentation in the field of Ethnopharmacology and medicinal plant research, GABTP national woman scientist award 2019 at 29th APSI scientist meet and international conference on Drug discovery and development in Agrobiotechnology and Pharmaceutical sciences, Best research paper award at the International Symposium on Cancer research at GCRI in 2014 and Dr. P.D. Sethi?s research paper award 2006. The research area of her interest includes phytopharmacology based investigations and characterization of biomarkers from medicinal plants having neuroprotective, wound healing, anticancer activity, development of novel formulations for the target delivery across BBB, analysis of unexplored natural drugs and herbal cosmetics and formulation development. Having membership in professional bodies like APTI, ISP, IPA, ISTE, Society of ethnopharmacology, Indian Academy of Neuroscience, IPGA and has been working as an editorial member and reviewer for many journals of Elsevier, Taylor and Francis and Willey.