Projects per year
I completed my PhD developing anticancer silk nanomedicines in 2019 under the supervision of Dr Philipp Seib and Dr Blair Johnston. I was subsequently awarded the EPSRC Doctoral Prize to continue my research under the mentorship of Professor Alastair Florence. Now hosted by the EPSRC CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub, the central aim of my research is to tune silk nanomedicine manufacturing to enhance healthcare performance.
Nanomedicine, biomaterials, drug delivery
Doctor of Philosophy, Strathclyde Institute Of Pharmacy And Biomedical Sciences
1 Oct 2015 → 17 May 2019
Tracing the fate of nanomedicines in the tumour microenvironment (MC Career Integration) | Totten, John
1/10/15 → 4/06/19
Project: Research - Internally Allocated
Research Output per year
Manual versus microfluidic-assisted nanoparticle manufacture: impact of silk fibroin stock on nanoparticle characteristicsSolomun, J. I., Totten, J. D., Wongpinyochit, T., Florence, A. J. & Seib, F. P., 11 May 2020, In : ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 6, 5, p. 2796-2804 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Data for: "Manual versus Microfluidic-assisted Nanoparticle Manufacture: Impact of Silk Fibroin Stock on Nanoparticle Characteristics"
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis