Universitetsparken 2, 2100 København Ø, 13, Building: 13-5-534
Research interest lies in the analytical investigation of amorphous drugs and amorphous drug delivery systems, using classical physico-chemical methods as well as newly developed miniaturized sensors.
Amorphous formulations have been a promising approach to solve the issue of low aqueous solubility. My research aims to increase the knowledge of these formulations by investigating their physico-chemical properties. This is accomplished by implementing established state of the art analytical techniques such as thermal, diffractometric, spectroscopic and dissolution methods. Moreover, prototype nanosensors will be used to gather real time, small scale analysis.
Current focus is on the thermal investigation of a variety of materials using micro string resonators. Please refer to our publication (DOI: 10.1021/jacs.8b09034) for more information.