Title: Self-Employed Research Pharmacist, Pharmaceutical Executive
Location: Pine Brook, New Jersey, United States
Darius Dubash, Self-Employed Pharmaceutical Executive and Research Pharmacist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of pharmaceutical science.
Mr. Dubash started his higher education at Bombay University, earning a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and botany in 1963. He continued his studies at Gujerat University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy in 1968. He transitioned to Wayne State University, where he worked as a research assistant while completing his graduate studies. In 1971, he received a Master of Science in pharmaceutics and took a position as a research assistant at Henry Ford Hospital in 1972. After serving as an associate scientist for Miles Laboratories Inc., Mr. Dubash became a scientist at Ortho Pharmaceuticals in 1979, where he worked until 1984. He transitioned to a role as manager of dosage forms at Pfizer Inc., where he was proud to have worked on Visine Moisturizing Eye Drops, which were used by the United States military during Operation Desert Storm. In 1993, he left Pfizer Inc. and became the director of product development at Circa Pharmaceuticals Inc.
As a young man, Mr. Dubash planned to pursue a medical career. Upon immigrating from India, he settled on pursuing pharmaceutical science, as it was his clearest path to working as a healthcare professional. In 2002, he started his career with Solvay Pharmaceuticals as a manager of product development and senior scientist, where he remained until 2011. Since departing from Solvay Pharmaceuticals, he has been self-employed, and currently has several joint projects with Cerovene Inc., working to market unique generic medications. Mr. Dubash holds multiple patents and in his field, and is a member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists. He was chosen as a consultant for the World Health Organization in Guangzhou, China, where he worked on products for contraceptive drugs. He co-authored a chapter on water with his boss at Solvay Pharmaceutical in the sixth edition of the Handbook of Pharmaceuticals Excipients. Mr. Dubash’s experience, success, and expertise as a pharmaceutical scientist solidify him as an elite professional in his field.
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