Title: Research Pharmacist, Pharmaceutical Executive
Company: Solvay Pharmaceuticals
Location: Pine Brook, New Jersey, United States
Darius D. Dubash, MS, Pharmaceutics, BS, Pharmacy, BS, Chemistry, Botany, Senior Scientist at Solvay Pharmaceuticals, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in pharmaceutical research.
Mr. Dubash had a passion for science since his youth, and with the support of his parents in their native India, he achieved a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and botany from Bombay University in 1963 and a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy from Gujerat University in 1968. Arriving in the U.S. as a graduate student in 1969, by 1971, Mr. Dubash had earned a Master of Science in pharmaceuticals from Wayne State University. Today, he is a distinguished research pharmacist and pharmaceutical executive with five patents in his field in product development. Most recently in his career, Mr. Dubash was a senior scientist and manager of product development at Solvay Pharmaceuticals from 2002 to 2011 and was previously director of product development for Circa Pharms. Inc. from 1993 to 2002. He gained experience as manager of dosage forms at Pfizer, Inc. from 1984 to 1993 and as a scientist at Ortho Pharmaceuticals from 1979 to 1984. Additionally, he served as an associate scientist at Miles Laboratories, Inc., an assistant scientist at Parke Davis & Co. and a research assistant at Henry Ford Hospital.
A member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, Mr. Dubash received a gold medal for his career achievements in 1968 and was an L.M. College of Pharmacy Merit Scholar at Gujerat University from 1964 to 1968. Looking back on his career, a highlight for Mr. Dubash was serving as a consultant to the World Health Organization in Guangzhou, China, in which he contributed to making products for contraceptive drugs. Additionally, Mr. Dubash was proud to co-author chapter on water with his boss at Solvay Pharmaceuticals in the sixth edition of, “Handbook of Pharmaceuticals Excipients.” His advice to budding pharmacists is to stay motivated, be diligent about your work and conduct extensive research prior to embarking on projects. To attest to his legacy, Mr. Dubash and his career accomplishments can also be found in the third edition of Who’s Who in Science and Engineering.
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