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School of Pharmacy celebrates new PhD graduates

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Pharmacy PhD graduates
PhD graduates (L to R) Hesham Al-Sallami, Piyanan (Jill) Assawasuwannakit, and Jasper Chiu. Photo courtesy of Pummy Krittaphol-Bailey.

The School of Pharmacy celebrated with its recent graduates on 15 August, when they received their PhDs in the afternoon ceremony.

Hesham Al-Sallami's thesis was on Optimising patient care by individualising drug dosage, and was supervised by Professor Steve Duffull, and Associate Professor Natalie Medlicott.

Jill Assawasuwannakit's thesis was on Understanding and quantifying adherence and its link to therapeutic success, and was supervised by Associate Professor Rhiannon Braund and Professor Steve Duffull.

Jasper Chui's thesis was on Designing oligoarginine-associated PECA nanoparticles for enhanced cellular uptake and was supervised by Dr Arlene McDowell, Professor Ian Tucker, and Dr Bernie McLeod.

Pharmacy PhD graduates with staff
With the graduands (Back L to R) Associate Professor Natalie Medlicott, Dr Arlene McDowell, Associate Professor Rhiannon Braund, and Professor Steve Duffull. Photo courtesy of Pummy Krittaphol-Bailey.