About the Project
The project will involve experimenting different design concepts of robotic capsule units equipped with non-invasive drug release mechanism. The fabrication and functionality testing of these 3D printed robotics will be tested and the stability of protein payload and the leave of its penetration will be assessed in vitro using simulated permeability and dissolution models as well as in vivo.
We are looking to recruit ambitious and motivated graduates to address this ground-breaking research for fabrication and functionalisation of next generation oral delivery systems for proteins.
The student will have valuable learning opportunities on various formulation skills such as CAD design, 3D printing, Pharmaceutical Material adaptation, dosage form quality control, protein formulation, permeation studies and in vivo evaluation of oral bioavailabilty.
Dr Alhnan has a leading expertise in pharmaceutical additive manufacturing https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/alhnan.html https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=boaKXLsAAAAJ&hl=en
Informal enquiries should be directed to Dr Mohamed A Alhnan:
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