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Dr Dionysius Douroumis obtained his Diploma in Chemistry and PhD from the Department of Pharmacy at Patras University in Greece. He studied the development of electroanalytical techniques for in situ monitoring of drug release from liposomal formulations. He worked as a postdoctorate fellow (2004) at the Friedrich–Schiller University of Jena, Department of Pharmacy, with Professor Alfred Fahr for the development of parenteral formulations of antiepileptic drugs (funded by Novartis Pharma, Basel). He also worked as a team leader (2005) in the development of nano-liposomal formulations and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis by applying photodynamic therapy in a post funded by Biolitec Pharma GmbH. Following this, he worked for Phoqus Pharmaceutical plc as a senior scientist (2005) at the product development department. His main tasks were the development of sustained/pulsatile release formulations, fast disintegrating dosage forms (FDDF) and taste masking of bitter drugs by using a novel electrostatic dry powder deposition technology (EDPDT). Dr Douroumis joined the School of Sciences at the University of Greenwich in November 2007, gaining a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCert), from the School of Education, University of Greenwich in 2008.
Dr Dionysius’s research interest include Hot Melt Extrusion, Medical Devices, Nanotechnology Drug Delivery, Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Formulation, Pharmaceutics, Spectroscopy, High Pressure Homogenization, Wet Granulation, Tableting, Medical Devices, Drug Discovery, Lifesciences, Organic Chemistry, Pharmacology and Biochemistry
A. Patil, U. N. Chirmade, I. Slipper , D. A. Lamprou, A. Urquhart, D. Douroumis
Research Article: J Nanomed Nanotechnol 2011, 2:111