Paper: Prediction of the Aerosol Performance of Active Solution and Suspension Formulation pMDIs using a 1-dimensional Thermofluid-Mechanic Model
I joined Recipharm as a Senior Development Engineer in April 2022 having successfully delivered a knowledge transfer partnership (KTP) project between Recipharm, the University of Hertfordshire and the University of East London, overseen by Innovate UK, which started in July 2018. My research during this period focussed on developing computational tools to reduce the development time for pMDI products.
Prior to this, I completed my PhD in turbulent premixed combustion physics at the University of Leeds where I was very grateful to Shell Global Solutions for sponsoring my project and giving me the opportunity to present my work to them on several occasions. I was also delighted to receive an award for my contribution to postgraduate teaching at the university while completing my research.
I obtained my MSc in chemistry from Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh) in 2012 and my BEng in chemical engineering from this same university in 2010.