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Gyulchin Sarova

CDT in Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicine,

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Biography

Gyulchin is a PhD candidate in CDT- Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicine at the University of Nottingham School of Pharmacy. Gyulchin completed her undergraduate BSc degree in Bioengineering at Montana State University (2017). As a part of her undergraduate degree, she gained a one year researcher experience of Antarctica studying life in extreme conditions at the Center for Biofilm Engineering and her bachelor degree project was about the production process of monoclonal antibody drug for lung cancer with the guidance of Takeda pharmaceutical company. She graduated from University College London with master of research (MRes) degree in the department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering (2018). Her PhD topic is 'Next Designs for Personalised Dosage: Development of Characteristics for the Future Manufacturing of Personalised Dosage'.

Research Summary

My PhD project title is Next Generation Designs for Personalised Dosage: Development Design Charactesitics for the Manufacture of Personalised Dosage based on engineering and advanced manufacturing… read more

Current Research

My PhD project title is Next Generation Designs for Personalised Dosage: Development Design Charactesitics for the Manufacture of Personalised Dosage based on engineering and advanced manufacturing techniques under Dr Joel Segal. The main of the project is design led-approach to achieve personalised dosage.

Past Research

My master project was about the Tissue Equvalent Materials for X-Ray Diffraction Studies under Prof Robert Speller in Medical Physics and Biomedical engineering UCL. My first ttraning project was under Dr Jon Aylott, Prof Charlie Laugton, Prof Stephanie Allen and Prof Phil Wiliams titled 'Manufacturing the personalised pharmaceuticals of the future' in the University of Nottingham. The project was about the reproducibility in manufacturing lactate dehydrogenase using microfluidics and micropipette manipulatuon techniques. My second training project was about Microbial Growth in Tabled Binders and the Effect of Water on the Pharmaceutical Excipients in Astra Zeneca Macclesfield.

Future Research

My research topics are advanced manufacturing techniques, digital platform, dosage forms, patient groups, 3D printing, nanomedicine, microfluidics and personalised dosage.

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