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Dimitrios Lamprou

  • Ph.D., MBA
  • Reader in Pharmaceutical Engineering
  • Queen's University of Belfast School of Pharmacy
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Research interests

NanoanalysisElectrospinningPharmaceutical ManufacturingNanotechnologyPharmaceuticsDrug DeliveryHot-Melt ExtrusionLiposomesNanoparticlesMicrofluidics3D Printing

About

Dimitrios A. Lamprou (Ph.D., MBA) is Reader in Pharmaceutical Engineering at School of Pharmacy in Queen's University Belfast (UK; a member of the Prestigious Russell Group), with experience of teaching in Higher Education, conducting research (60+ publications, 200+ conference abstracts, 60+ Invited Presentations) and securing funding (£2M+). Dimitrios research interests are focused on five distinct areas: Biosurface Engineering, Electrospinning, Microfluidics, Nanoanalysis, and Printing of Medicines.

Co-authors (191)

  • James Smith

Publications (5)

  • 3D printing applications for transdermal drug delivery

    • Economidou S
    • Lamprou D
    • Douroumis D
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  • Preparation and characterization of large unilamellar vesicles mixed with trimethylchitosan (TMC): the effect of polyelectrolyte concentration

    • van der Merwe, S.M., Bouropoulos, N., Lamprou, D.A., Katsamenis, O.L. and Fatouros D
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  • Bioinspired Silica Offers a Novel, Green, and Biocompatible Alternative to Traditional Drug Delivery Systems

    • Davidson S
    • Lamprou D
    • Urquhart A
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  • Erratum: Tunable Supramolecular Hydrogels for Selection of Lineage-Guiding Metabolites in Stem Cell Cultures (Chem (2016) 1(2) (298–319)(S2451929416300535)(10.1016/j.chempr.2016.07.001))

    • Alakpa E
    • Jayawarna V
    • Lampel A
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  • Tunable Supramolecular Hydrogels for Selection of Lineage-Guiding Metabolites in Stem Cell Cultures

    • Alakpa E
    • Jayawarna V
    • Lampel A
    • et al.
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Editorships

Materials

Guest Editor

2018 - Present

Heliyon

Heliyon Editorial Team

2017 - Present

Pharmaceutics

Guest Editor

2017 - 2018(a year)

Professional experience

Reader in Pharmaceutical Engineering

School of Pharmacy at Queen's University Belfast

May 2018 - Present

Visiting Researcher

University of Strathclyde

August 2016 - Present

Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutics & Drug Delivery

University of Kent

September 2016 - April 2018(2 years)

Lecturer B in Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Strathclyde

August 2012 - August 2016(4 years)

Postdoctoral Fellow in Biomaterials and Drug Delivery Systems

University of Strathclyde

October 2009 - July 2012(3 years)

Education

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Middlesex University

October 2013 - December 2015(2 years)

PgDip in Advanced Academic Studies

University of Strathclyde

September 2011 - February 2013(a year)

Ph.D. in Bio-Surface Chemistry

University of Portsmouth

October 2006 - September 2009(3 years)