Projects per year
Particle engineering and particle sciences for pharmaceutical and consumer product applications
Academic / Professional qualifications
BEng and PhD in Chemical Engineering
I joined CMAC at Strathclyde University in Sept 2014 as a consultant supporting purchases for secondary pharmaceutical processing capabilities funded by the RPIF award. I then took up the position of strand leader for application B (Hot melt extrusion) of the REMEDIES project which aims to challenge current supply chains in the pharmaceutical sector www.remedies-project .org. Additionally I work on commercial-in-confidence research projects within CMAC.
Overall my own interests and the outputs of these projects focus upon simplifying, modernising and improving reliability and control over pharmaceutical manufacturing processes and analytical methodologies.
Doctor of Philosophy, Univ Birmingham
31 Oct 1994 → 30 Sep 1998
Bachelor of Engineering, University Of Strathclyde
30 Sep 1990 → 30 Jun 1994
Workplace Assessor/ Verifier, Ayrshire College2 Apr 2015 → …
Lecturer, Ayrshire College28 Feb 2014 → …
29/01/18 → 7/04/18
Project: Research - no external funding › Research (No External Funding)
Research Output per year
An alternative method of drying: supercritical CO2 extraction for fast and effective removal of organic solvents from an APISanxaridou, G., Perkins, M., Robertson, J. & Price, C. J., 11 Apr 2019.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Speech
Development of a hot-melt extrusion (HME) process to produce drug loaded Affinisol™ 15LV filaments for Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printingPrasad, E., Islam, M. T., Goodwin, D. J., Megarry, A. J., Halbert, G. W., Florence, A. J. & Robertson, J., 2 Jul 2019, In : Additive Manufacturing. 29, 16 p., 100776.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article