Dr. Priyanshi Rathod, M.Pharm, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy
Year started @ KBIPER: 2007
Contact info
Location: KBIPER college campus
Email: priyansheeg@yahoo.co.in
Ph.D., Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
M.Pharm., Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
B.Pharm., Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Dr. Priyanshi Rathod joined KBIPER in September 2007 as a Lecturer in the department of Pharmacology and Clinical pharmacy. Dr. Gohil has nine years of academic experience in the area of pharmacology and clinial pharmacy. She is actively involved in variety of pre-clinical, clinical and toxicological research projects with special emphasis to inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.
At KBIPER, Dr. Gohil is involved in teaching anatomy & physiology, pharmacology, biopharmaceutics & pharmacpkinetic and pharmacological screening to Pharm D., B.Pharm. and M.Pharm students. She is also working as a co-ordinator of Woman Development Cell (WDC) of the institute and member of anti-raging committee.
Research area of interest
Establish role of mediators, develops newer targets and screening & evaluation of drugs of natural origin/new chemical in inflammatory and autoimmune diseases like asthma, arthritis, atherosclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes, obesity; Pre-clinical toxicity studies and clinical Pharmacy
Awards and Recognition
  1. Dr. Gohil received grant of Rs.5,31,000 for Minor Research Project from Gujarat Council of Science and Technology (GUJCOST) in 2015.
  2. Dr. Gohil received grant of Rs.3,00,000 for Minor Research Project from Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya (KSV) in 2012.
Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) (Gujarat branch)
Seleceted Publications/Presentations (Total: 41)
  1. Patel R, Gohil P. Effect of Embelin in Middle cerebral artery occlusion-induced focal cerebral ischemia in rats. Oxidant and Antioxidant Medical Sciences. 2014 Jul;3(2):135-139.
  2. Patel KC, Deshpande SS, Shah GB, Gohil PV. Role of Transient Receptor Potential V1 in Enalapril induced Bronchial hyperresponsiveness. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Nanotechnology 2013 Jul-Sep;6(2):2040-2045.
  3. Gohil P, Thakkar H, Gohil U, Deshande S. Preliminary studies on effect of ribamipide against trypsin and egg albumin induced experimental model of asthma. Acta Pharm. 2011 Sep;61:427-433.
  4. ) Shah S, Gohil P, Shah G. Role of estrogen receptor (ERa) in experimental model of bronchial asthma. Iranian Biomedical Journal. 2010 Feb;14(1-2):41-48.
  5. Gohil P,Mehta A. Anti-inflammatory activity of novel polyherbal formulation LM-01. Paper presented in GUJCOST-sponsored State level paper presentation competition, 2009, Gujarat, India.
  6. Gohil P,Mehta A. Antianaphylactic and mast cell stabilizing activity of novel polyherbal formulation LM-01. Poster presented in APTI-sponsored International Herbal conference, 2009, Bengaluru, India.
  7. Patel V, Patel D, Patel N, Gohil P. Beta-2 agonists in Asthma: Medicine or murderer? Current Respiratory Medicine Reviews. 2008 Mar;4(3):1-9.
  8. Gohil P, Zaveri M, Jain S. Immunomodulatory activity of n-butanol extract of Oroxylum indicum. Pharmaceutical Biology. 2008 May;46(12):914-919.
  9. Zaveri M, Gohil P, Jain S. Immunostimulant activity of n-butanol fraction of root bark of Oroxylum indicum, vent. J Immunotoxicol. 2006 Jul 1;3(2):83-99.
  10. Gohil P,Zaveri M,Jain S. Immunomodulatory activity of root bark of Oroxylum indicum Vent. Paper presented in GUJCOST-sponsored State level paper presentation competition, 2006, Gujarat, India.