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delivery PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 242 delivery PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Combining laser and ultrasound based molecular delivery strategies for enhanced drug delivery

Overview. This project addresses the critical area of delivering therapeutics to the skin. If successful, the approach will have direct and positive consequences for the treatment of a range of skin diseases, but may also be viewed as a more generic means of drug delivery for treating a much wider range of disease. Read more

Functionalised silicone elastomers for drug delivery

It is increasingly acknowledged that drug delivery is a key factor in developing new medicines, and that new polymeric biomaterials will play a critical role in driving innovation. Read more

Pharmacokinetics Guided Natural Products Exploration for Drug Discovery, Development, Delivery and Therapy

  Research Group: Institute of Cancer Therapeutics
Natural products have emerged as a key standard in novel and safe delivery of anticancer bioactive compounds. Apart from their ease of administration and delivery, natural/phytochemicals still face several hurdles, due to their physiochemical and pharmacokinetic properties. Read more

Self-Navigating Nanocarriers for Intracellular Protein Delivery

Protein-based therapeutics have shown remarkable success in modulating extracellular targets; however, effective intracellular delivery remains a key challenge in biotherapeutics. Read more

Self-Navigating Nanocarriers for Intracellular Protein Delivery

Protein-based therapeutics have shown remarkable success in modulating extracellular targets; however, effective intracellular delivery remains a key challenge in biotherapeutics. Read more

Developing biodegradable long acting drug delivery systems for the treatment of chronic conditions

Non-adherence to treatment costs the NHS more than £500M each year. Adherence is especially important when treating patients with chronic conditions that require lifetime pharmacological treatment, such as schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease, HIV and Alzheimer’s disease. Read more

Biotherapeutic delivery through personalised 3D printed microneedle patches

Join our dynamic research team and be at the forefront of ground-breaking drug delivery advancements. We are offering a fully-funded 36 month PhD studentship (to UK students only) to tackle skin variability challenges through the development of personalised microneedles using cutting-edge 3D printing technology. Read more

Understanding Hormone Regulation in Skin Cancer Development and Progression

Skin cancers, including melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers, pose a significant global health burden. While the role of hormones in skin cancer development and progression remains an underexplored area, recent research has suggested potential links between hormonal regulation and skin cancer outcomes. Read more

Synthetic Protein-Transporters for Enhanced Transduction Activity

Intracellular protein delivery is key to probing important cellular processes and developing advanced biotherapeutics. However, protein trafficking into the cell, and more specifically to the cytosol remains a significant challenge. Read more

Novel design and formulation strategies to enhance drug delivery

The main research activities of my research group concern the improvement of traditional drug formulation and development of novel drug and formulation strategies to enhance bioavailability and patient acceptability. Read more

Peptide-mediated nanocarrier drug delivery for enhanced brain targeting and treatment of inflammation

This project involves the study of nanoparticles and drug delivery to the brain. The student would be required to make and characterise novel nanoparticles from special lipid molecules of various compositions more suitable for blood-brain barrier (BBB) targeting. Read more

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