About Dr. Khan
Mansoor A. Khan, RPh, PhD, is a professor and vice dean at the Texas A&M College of Pharmacy. His research focus is primarily in the area of biopharmaceutics and formulations design and development.
Prior to joining Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2004, Khan was a professor of pharmaceutics and director of graduate programs in the School of Pharmacy at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. He served for over 11 years as the Director of Product Quality Research and a Senior Biomedical Research Scientist (SBRS) at FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) where he led research teams on biotech products and small molecules, chemistry and stability, drug delivery systems and bioavailability/bioequivalence, and chemistry review teams of new and generic drugs for several complicated products. He led the FDA new drug review team that approved the first 3-D printed product in 2015.
Dr. Khan received his Bachelor of Science in pharmacy from Kakatiya University, India, Master of Science in pharmaceutical technology from Andhra University, India and later in pharmaceutics from Idaho State University. He then received his doctorate in industrial pharmacy from the St. John's University School of Pharmacy. Dr. Khan is also a registered pharmacist.
Dr. Khan has held several leadership positions at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) including elected chair of pharmaceutics and drug delivery and the founding chair of formulations design and development. He received the 2012 AAPS Research Achievement Award in Formulations Design and Development. He is also an AAPS and AAiPS Fellow.
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