Teaching Fellow, Pharmacy
Telephone: +44 (0)121 204 4901 Email: [email protected] Room: MB434d
I joined Aston University as a Teaching Fellow upon completion of my PhD in 2016. I am very keen on laboratory based research and innovative teaching to enhance my student’s learning experience. Prior to Aston, I was an Assistant Lecturer, then Lecturer, in Pharmaceutics at the University of Uyo, Nigeria for 5 years.
I had, earlier on in my career, spent 2 years working as a Hospital Pharmacist at the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital, Nigeria; and another 3 years working as a Community Pharmacist at Amela Pharmaceuticals, Nigeria.
My research interest revolves around transmucosal drug delivery (buccal, ocular, pulmonary etc) as non-invasive alternative delivery options, and comprises: Alternative drug delivery systems for macromolecules such as insulin Understanding the molecular basis of specific drug transport Application of Quality by design (QbD) principles to pharmaceutical drug development Investigation and development of mucoadhesive systems for a wide variety of applications.
Enquiries from potential PhD students are welcome.
Dahmash, E. Z.; *Al-Khattawi, A.; Iyire, A.; Alyami, H.; Dennison, T.; Mohammed, A. R. (2018) Quality by Design (QbD) based process optimisation to develop functionalised particles with modified release properties using novel dry particle coating technique. PlosOne 13(11):,e0206651
Iyire, A, Russell, C, Dennision, T, Rajoli, R, Saleem, IY, Rahman, AS & Mohammed, A 2018, 'Development, Optimisation, Validation and Inter-Laboratory Verification of a Reversed Phase HPLC Method for Quantification of Human Recombinant Insulin' Journal of Advance in Biotechnology. DOI:10.24297/jbt.v7i1.7192
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