UCL School of Pharmacy



Pharmaceutical materials and dosage form design projects


Tissue engineering of a right heart outflow valve

TEH-TUBE (Tissue Engineering of the Right Heart Outflow Tract by a Biofunctionalized Bioresorbable Polymeric Valved Tube) is an international collaborative research and development project between seven European organisations and funded via the EU's FP7 scheme. It is focused on addressing the limitations in current treatment options for congenital heart defects in children and young adults.

Printer cartridge

Computationally designed templates for exquisite control of polymorphic form

Researchers: Project Leads - Prof Sally Price (UCL Chemistry), Prof Alastair Florence (University of Strathclyde) and Dr Simon Gaisford (UCL School of Pharmacy)