Esther Eshun Oppong is a lecturer with the School of Pharmacy, department of Pharmaceutics. She has being teaching in the pharmacy school from 2013 till date.  Her  research interests include modification of locally available natural raw materials for pharmaceutical formulations, development and standardization of  locally available herbal preparations into more patient acceptable formulations, assessment  of the quality of existing  pharmaceutical formulations on the  Ghanaian market, just to mention a few. She has several publications to her credit.



  • MPhil Pharmaceutics   (KNUST, 2012)
  • Registered Pharmacist (Pharmacy Council, 2010)
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (KNUST, 2009)


  • Formulation technology
  • Development and standardization of Traditional/Herbal Medicines into acceptable formulations
  • Development/ modification of locally available raw materials for pharmaceutical formulations


  • Oppong Eshun E., Osei-Asare C., Klu MW.(2016). Evaluation of the emulsifying potential of shea tree gum. World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical science. 5(6) 75-83.
  • Oppong Eshun E., Osei-Asare C., Klu MW.(2016). Evaluation of the suspending properties of shea tree gum. International journal of Pharmacy and pharmaceutical science.410-413
  • Michael Worlako Klu, Bright Selorm Addy, Esther Eshun Oppong, Emmanuel Seyram Sakyi, David Ntinagyei Mintah.(2016). Effects of storage conditions on the stability of ascorbic acid in some formulations. International journal of applied pharmaceutics 8(4) 26-31
  • Kipo S., Oppong Eshun E., Kwabena Ofori Kwakye. (2014). Physicochemical evaluation   and tablet formulation properties of shea tree gum. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and clinical research 7(5) 121-127.


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