We have 135 Pharmacy PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

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Pharmacy PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

We have 135 Pharmacy PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

Understanding how formulation parameters influence the performance of novel capsule formulations

Two-piece capsules are used in dry powder inhalers (DPIs) as a single-dose container for powdered pharmaceutical formulations. These formulations contain active pharmaceutical ingredients to treat pulmonary conditions, such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Read more

Engineering extracellular vesicles/exosomes for the treatment of ocular disease

Extracellular vesicles, also referred to as exosomes, are membrane‐bound particles containing huge numbers of proteins as well as genetic material in the form of RNA (mRNA and miRNA). Read more

Nanocrystals-in-nanofibres as a promising strategy for the delivery of poorly soluble actives

One of the most challenging issues that the pharmaceutical industry face is poor aqueous solubility of drugs. 90% of candidate molecules within the discovery pipelines face solubility issues, posing significant hurdles to their clinical translation. Read more

Functionalised silicone elastomers for controlled release 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

Development of clinically relevant test methods to analyse current commercialised products and support the development of next-generation intermittent catheter products

Intermittent catheterisation (IC) is a procedure in which patients with bladder management problems void urine by inserting a catheter, possessing a drainage eyelet at the distal end, into the urethral opening which facilitates urine drainage from the bladder into an appropriate receptacle. Read more

Elucidating the role of lipids in fibrotic capsule formation at the surface of implanted medical devices.

Implanted medical devices are crucial in healthcare, valued at around £400 billion globally, however there is a high failure rate, often due to the foreign body reaction, where a fibrotic capsule forms around the implant with associated inflammation, loosening and infection. Read more

Green electrosynthesis of drug metabolites

Electrosynthesis (ES) is a green methodology for preparing and interpreting drug metabolites linked to toxicology. ES describes the synthesis of chemical compounds in an electrochemical cell. Read more

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