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Khalili H , Godwin A, Choi JW, Lever R, Khaw PT, Brocchini S (2013) Fab-PEG-Fab as a potential antibody
mimetic. Biconjugate Chem 24:1870-1882.
Ru Q, Fadda H, Li C, Paull D, Khaw PT, Brocchini S, Zloh M (2013) Molecular dynamic simulations of ocular tablet dissolution. J Chem Inf Model 53:3000-3008.
Mohamed-Ahmed AHA, Seifert K, Yardley V, Burrell-Saward H, Brocchini S, Croft SL (2013) Anti-leishmanial activity, uptake, biodistribution and pharmacokinetics of an amphotericin B - poly(α-glutamic acid) complex. Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy 57:4608-4614.
Professor Steve Brocchini
Professor of Chemical Pharmaceutics
Tel: 0207 753 5802
- Cluster Lead: Pharmaceutical dosage form design and molecular drug delivery
- Faculty member in the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology
- Co-Director of the UCL-University of Nottingham Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicines
- Co-PI of the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Emergent Macromolecular Therapies
- Member of the Research Committee and the Undergraduate Programmes Committee
- Course coordinator: Phay 3000
- Translational research
- Formulation sciences
- Chemical conjugation and protein modification
- Biomedical polymer sciences
- Course design, coordinator and teacher: Formulation sciences, protein therapeutics, drug delivery devices.
- Project supervisor: Internal and Erasmus project students (years 3 and 4).
- Teacher: Protein therapeutics, formulation
sciences, polymer sciences, ocular drug delivery (year 3).
Ocular pharmaceutics (year 1).
- BA Chemistry, Reed College, Portland Oregon, USA, 1984
- PhD Chemistry, University of Michigan, USA, 1989
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