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Chloe Stewart

PhD student in Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicine CDT,

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Biography

Chloe obtained her MPharm degree (1st Class Hons) at the University of Portsmouth. Her Masters project focussed on the extent of communication support provided by community pharmacies to service users with mixed sensory impairments in order to aid medicines management. The results of the project were later presented at the Health Services Research in Pharmacy Practice conference (April 2017, Nottingham).

Chloe undertook her preregistration training at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and registered as a pharmacist in 2017. She remained for a further year in clinical training and assisted members of the Cardiology & Cardiovascular Clinical Research team with evaluation of patient-centred care within clinical guidelines.

In 2018, Chloe enrolled into the CDT in Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicine at the University of Nottingham and completed training projects in nanoparticle formulation and improving solubility of an oncology research drug. She is now starting the first year of her PhD project.

Recent Publications

  • RANI KHATIB, GERALDINE A LEE, ELENA MARQUES-SULE, LAILA ARNESDATTER HOPSTOCK, SHARON O'DONNELL, MARGRET HRONN SVAVARSDOTTIR, CHRISTINA ANDREAE, ERCOLE VELLONE, EVA GOOSSENS, ANNA STROMBERG, BARBRO KJELLSTROM, TINY JAARSMA and CHLOE STEWART, 2019. Evaluating the extent of patient-centred care in a selection of ESC guidelines European Heart Journal - Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes.

Past Research

Academia training project: Manufacturing the Personalised Pharmaceuticals of the Future

Dr Jonathon Aylott, Prof. Phil Williams, Prof. Stephanie Allen, Prof. Charles Laughton

Chloe's first-year training project is based upon the concept of technical solutions to manufacturing personalised pharmaceuticals, with specific focus on the reproducible formulation of nanoparticles. This encompasses four main areas of training: formulation of both solid and model-protein-encapsulated polymeric nanoparticles, mechanistic insight into nanoparticle formation, analysis and characterisation of nanoparticles, and computational modelling to simulate protein-polymer interactions.

  • RANI KHATIB, GERALDINE A LEE, ELENA MARQUES-SULE, LAILA ARNESDATTER HOPSTOCK, SHARON O'DONNELL, MARGRET HRONN SVAVARSDOTTIR, CHRISTINA ANDREAE, ERCOLE VELLONE, EVA GOOSSENS, ANNA STROMBERG, BARBRO KJELLSTROM, TINY JAARSMA and CHLOE STEWART, 2019. Evaluating the extent of patient-centred care in a selection of ESC guidelines European Heart Journal - Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes.

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