PharmSci 2019- poster winners
Six posters were selected for prizes sponsored on the Wednesday by the MDPI (Pharmaceuticals) Journal and Thursday/Friday by GSK, based on the quality of the science and clarity of the displays
Wednesday Prize winners were presented at the social BBQ and networking.
First Prize -Qonita Kurnia Anjani, Queen’s University Belfast
Transdermal delivery of pyrazinamide using hydrogel-forming microneedle for improved tuberculosis treatment
Qonita Kurnia Anjani; Eneko Larrañeta; Ryan F. Donnelly
Second Prize- Amjad Abouselo, University of Nottingham
Novel platform for direct real-time physicochemical characterisation of salt disproportionation in multicomponent tablet formulations
Amjad Abouselo; Veeren Chauhan; Graham Rance; David Scurr; Jonathan Burley; Jonathan Aylott
Third Prize-Steven Ross; University of Greenwich and Cubic Pharmaceuticals ltd
Cocrystal Development from Coformer Selection to Continuous Manufacture: A Quality by Design Approach Steven Ross; Aidan Harper; Mark McAllister; Pat Basford; Dennis Douroumis
Thursday/Friday prize winner were presented at morning coffee on the Friday
First Prize-Rosemond Mensah; PhD Researcher,University of Hertfordshire
Design and evaluation of microparticle loaded eggshell membrane as a wound bandage for ophthalmic applications
Rosemond Mensah; Michael Cook; Victoria Hutter; Stewart Kirton; David Chau
Second Prize-Andrea Alice Konta; Student, University of Nottingham
Two photon polymerization new biomaterials for ocular therapy
Andrea Alice Konta; Laura Ruiz Cantu; Cameron Alexander; Ricky Wildman; Derek Irvine
Third Prize- Md Sadeque Mithu; PhD Research Student, University of Greenwich
Preparation of high-quality pharmaceutical salt by twin screw extrusion processing
Md Sadeque Mithu;Steven Ross; Dennis Douroumis
First prize: “Scale- independent manufacture of liposomal vaccine adjuvants”. Carla Belen Roces- Rodrigues (University of Strathclyde).
Joint Second prize: “Development of implants for prolonged drug delivery”. Sarah Stewart (Queen’s University Belfast).
Joint Second prize: “Physicochemical characterisation of spray dried ternary solid dispersions of simvastatin. Processability, tableting and dissolution”. Hanan Abdalmaula (University of Bradford).
Dara Fitzpatrick-University College Cork
Amira Guirguis- University of Hertfordshire
Abhishek Gupta-University of Wolverhampton
Aaron Hutton-Queens universitty- Belfast
Jong Bong Lee- University of Nottingham
Mark Laws- Kings College London
William Marks-University of Cambridge
Simmi Patel- University of Hertfordshire
Holly Siddique- University of East London