Lima is a dedicated educator and expert in the field of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, holding an M.Pharm. degree and bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the academic community. With a passion for both teaching and research, she has made significant contributions to the field and continues to inspire students to excel in the realm of pharmaceutical sciences.

Lima earned her Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm.) degree with distinction from Dibrugarh University, specializing in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. She demonstrated exceptional aptitude for the subject, consistently achieving top grades and showcasing a deep understanding of the intricacies of pharmaceutical compounds and their applications.

With a strong commitment to education, Lima embarked on an academic career as an Assistant Professor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. She joined the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry as Assistant Professor on August 2019where she has been instrumental in shaping the next generation of pharmaceutical scientists. At present she is teaching the curriculum courses of Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry and Instrumental Method of Analysis, where she has been instrumental in shaping the next generation of pharmaceutical students.

Lima’s research endeavours have significantly enriched the field of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Her research interests encompass computer aided drug design, chemical synthesis and she has published numerous research papers in reputable scientific journals.

Lima Patowary is an active member of APTI where she engages in knowledge exchange, networking, and collaborative efforts to advance the field of pharmaceutical sciences. Her involvement in this association reflects her dedication to staying current with industry trends and developments.

Beyond her academic and research accomplishments, Lima Patowary is known for her commitment to fostering an inclusive and dynamic learning environment. Her mentorship of students extends beyond the classroom, providing guidance and support for research projects, career aspirations, and personal growth.


  • Bachelor of Pharmacy 2017 Dibrugarh University
  • Master's of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2019 Dibrugarh University


  • Patowary, L., & Borthakur, M. S. (2022). Computational studies of Bridelia retusa phytochemicals for the identification of promising molecules with inhibitory potential against the spike protein and papainlike protease of SARS-CoV-2. Sciences of Phytochemistry, 1(1), 29-41.
  • Akhtar, J., & Patowary, L. (2022). Bambusa vulgaris: A comprehensive review of its traditional uses, phytochemicals and pharmacological activities. Sciences of Phytochemistry, 1(2), 11-21
  • Kikon, R., Chetia, D., Borthakur, M. S., Patowary, L., Tayeng, D., & Zothantluanga, J. H. (2022). Insilico design and screening of quinolone derivatives against gyrase of Staphylococcus aureus. Current Trends in Pharmaceutical Research, 9(1)
  • Patowary, L., Kashyap, P., Chetia, D., & Gogoi, N. (2021). Docking based virtual screening of some new 4-aminoquinolines against PfCRT. Current Trends in Pharmaceutical Research, 8(1).
  • Sangma, C. D., Chetia, D., Borthakur, M. S., Patowary, L., & Tayeng, D. (2022). In-silico design and screening of cephalosporin derivatives for their inhibitory potential against Haemophilus influenza. Sciences of Phytochemistry, 1(2), 1-10
  • Patowary, L., Sarma, M., Zothantluanga, J. H., & Chetia, D. (2022). Repurposing of FDA approved drugs having structural similarity to artemisinin against PfDHFR-TS through molecular docking and molecular dynamics simulation studies. Current Trends in Pharmaceutical Research, 8(2)

Award, Fellowship & Recognition

  • Bharat Gaurav Puraskar from KTK outstanding achievers and foundation, New Delhi