Novel Drug Delivery Systems Department
Iran Polymer & Petrochemical Institute
P.O.Box: 14185/458, Tehran, Iran
Tel: 98 21 44787000
Fax: 98 21 4478761
1. B. Sc., June 1993, in Chemistry Science from: Science Faculty, Tehran University
2. M. Sc., June 1998, in Organic Chemistry from: Science Faculty, Lorestan University
Major research interest
1. Polymer synthesis and characterization
2. Controlled drug delivery systems
3. Biodegradable polymers
⦁ In-situ forming drug delivery systems based on PLGA and PLLA.
⦁ Study of crystallization behavior and kinetics of poly(L-lactide).
⦁ Effect of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles on in-situ forming drug delivery systems based on PLGA.
⦁ A comparative study of progesterone and lidocaine hydrochloride release from poly(L-lactide) films.
⦁ Crystallization behavior of poly(l-lactide) films in presence of Mg(OH)2 and l-Lactide.
⦁ Investigation of additives on degradation of poly (lactide) film.
⦁ Effect of additive on in-situ forming drug delivery systems based on PLGA and PLLA.
⦁ Preparation of silicone based drug delivery systems containing progesterone hormone.
⦁ Investigation of effect of aliphatic esters on degradation of in situ forming systems based on PLGA polymers.
Recent published Papers
⦁ PLGA-based in situ-forming system: Degradation behavior in the presence of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles, N. Radfar, H. Mobedi , A. Behnamghader, A. Mashak, Polymer engineering and science, vol. 59 (5), 1028-1035, 2019.
⦁ Electrospun zein/graphene oxide nanosheet composite nanofibers with controlled drug release as antibacterial wound dressing, H. Asadi, A. Ghaee, J. Nourmohmadi, A. Mashak, International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, vol 69(3), 173-185, 2020.
⦁ Progesterone Release from PDMS-Modified Silica Xerogels Containing Ag Nanoparticles, E. Banaee Mofakhem, A. Ghaee, A. Mashak, M. Razzaghi-Abyaneh, Silicon, vol 11, 703-711, 2019.
⦁ Leuprolide acetate release study from γ-irradiated PLGA-based in situ forming system, M. Shapourgan, H. Mobedi, N. Sheikh, A. Behnamghader, A. Mashak, Current Drug Delivery, vol. 14(8), 1170-1177, 2017.
⦁ Preparation of chitosan–silica/PCL composite membrane as wound dressing with enhanced cell attachment, Sh. Zirak Hassan Kiadeh, A. Ghaee, A. Mashak, J. Mohamadnejad, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, vol. 28(11), 1396-1408, 2017.
⦁ Effect of poly(N-vinypyrrolidone) on the non-isothermal crystallization kinetics and viscoelastic properties of PVDF Films, A. Mashak, A. Ghaee, F. Ravari, Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, vol 33(4), 945- 956, 2016.
⦁ A comparative study of progesterone and lidocaine hydrochloride release from poly(L- lactide) films, A. Mashak, H. Mobedi, H. Mahdavi, Pharmaceutical Sciences, 21,77-85, 2015.
⦁ Non-isothermal cold crystallization behavior and kinetics of poly (L-lactide): effect of L-lactide dimer. F. Ravari, A. Mashak, M. Nekoomanesh, H. Mobedi, Polym. Bull. vol 70(9), 2569-2586, 2013.
⦁ Investigation of effect of aliphatic esters on degradation of in situ forming systems based on PLGA polymers. A. Mashak, H. mobedi, F. Ziaee, Polym. Bull. 70:2569–2586, 2013.
⦁ Preparation of silicon coating for comestible drug delivery systems, A. Rahimi, A. Mashak, H. mobedi, H. Soroori, Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute 2013.
⦁ Review on Rubbers in Medicine: Natural, silicone and polyurethane rubbers; A. Rahimi, A. Mashak, Plastic, Rubber and Composites, vol 42(6A.), 223-230, 2013.
⦁ Preparation of In Situ forming system based on PLGA/SAIB, Iranian Patent Office, No 8211, H. Mobedi, S. Bazraei A. Mashak, A. Jamshidi, 2017.
⦁ Control of the degradation process of the In Situ forming system based on poly (lactic-glycolide) by aliphatic esters, Iranian Patent Office, No 66521, H. Mobedi, A. Mashak, F. Ziaee, 2010.
⦁ Preparation of Polylactice acid pressable powder for fabricating implantable drug products. Iranian Patent Office, No 005067, H. Mobedi, A. Mashak, A. Jamshidi, M. Taghizadeh, 2008.
⦁ Optimization of degradation process of L-lactide polymer in presence of L-lactide dimer, Iranian Patent Office, No 008917, A. Mashak, H. Mobedi, M. Nekoomanesh, 2008.