Staff Profiles

Dr Elizabeth Mary Mathew

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Faculty of Health Sciences

School of Pharmacy


Location: Block 246, office 201
Phone: 3554558
Email Dr Elizabeth Mary Mathew

B.Pharm, M.pharm, PhD

Dr Elizabeth Mary Mathew is a lecturer in the School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health Sciences. She is actively involved in the academic and research activities of the department.

Her areas of expertise are analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, vitamin responsive seizures and Pharmacokinetic studies. Dr Mathew has a primary research interest in the field of analytical and bioanalytical method development of drugs and biomarkers in complex matrices.  She also has expert knowledge in the handling, calibration and sample analysis of various sophisticated instruments namely Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectroscopy, Gas Chromatography Mass Spectroscopy, High Performance Liquid Chromatography-UV/Fluorescence/PDA, Ultraviolet Spectrophotometer, Infrared Spectrophotometer, Karl Fischer Titrator, Dissolution Apparatus, Disintegration Apparatus etc.

Her commitment in the field can be judged by her publications in journals of  international repute like Bioanalysis, International journal of Analytical chemistry, Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, Journal of chromatographic sciences etc.    

Pharmacokinetics, Pharmaceutical Analysis

Analytical chemistry, Bioanalysis, Drug quality, Drug safety, Drug efficacy, Vitamin responsive pediatric seizures, Inborn errors of metabolism, Pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic studies. 

Analytical method development, Bioanalytical method development. 

  1. Elizabeth Mary Mathew, Sudheer Moorkoth, Leslie Lewis, Pragna Rao. Biomarker profiling of vitamin responsive seizures: a potential tool to detect pediatric seizures of unknown aetiology. DOI: 10.4155/bio-2019-0121
  2. Elizabeth Mary Mathew, Pradnya Sakore, Leslie Lewis, Kalyavani Manokaran, Pragna Rao, Sudheer Moorkoth. Development and validation of a dried blood spot test for thiamine deficiency among infants by HPLC‐fluorimetry. Biomedical Chromatography. 2019; 33(e4668):4031-4038.
  3. Elizabeth Mary Mathew, Leslie Lewis, Pragna Rao, Nalini K, Asha Kamath, Sudheer Moorkoth. Novel HILIC-ESI-MS method for urinary profiling of MSUD and MMA biomarkers. Journal of Chromatographic Sciences. 2019; 57(8):715-723
  4. Elizabeth Mary Mathew, Sudheer Moorkoth , Pankaj Rane, Leslie Lewis ,Pragna Rao. Cost-Effective HPLC-UV Method for Quantification of Vitamin D2 and D3 in Dried Blood Spot: A Potential Adjunct to Newborn Screening for Prophylaxis of Intractable Paediatric Seizures. CPB. 2019;67(2):88-95

In pursuit of academic excellence