Paper: A Personalized Approach to Respiratory Drug Delivery: uMIST ® Spray Technology Electrically Controls and Adjusts the Location of Drug Deposition in the Respiratory Tract.
Caitlin is the Project Development Manager at uMIST Technologies Ltd, a Swedish Biomimetics 3000 company dedicated to developing sustainable green-tech, inspired by nature. She leads the R&D programme of a novel, respiratory drug delivery device that uses proprietary spray technology to finely control the location of drug deposition. She works closely with the in-house laboratory, based in Norwich, and supports commercial executives in the development of JDAs and licensing agreements.
Prior to employment at uMIST Technologies Ltd, Caitlin obtained a First Class degree in Biomedical Engineering (BEng) at the University of Strathclyde. She pursued a PhD in the University’s ROLEST laboratory – dedicated to developing novel disinfection and sterilisation technologies for public health applications- and developed a pathogen reduction technology for blood transfusion products. Lead and contributing author of 6 academic articles and 8 conference presentations. Caitlin is due to complete her doctoral degree in March 2023.