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Journal of Clinical & Experimental Pharmacology
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Ian M Brooks

Professor of Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine

Professor Brook graduated with a dental degree from the University of Liverpool in 1978. Hospital posts in Liverpool, London (The Middlesex and St. Bartholomew´s), Truro and Aberdeen followed. Appointed to the University of Sheffield in 1983 he gained his MDS in 1986 for `In vitro studies into the development of intra-oral inserts for the controlled delivery of drugs´, and PhD in 1994 for studies into the biocompatibility of Glass-ionomer cements.

With Professors Ric van Noort and Paul Hatton Professor Brook leads an internationally recognised biomaterials/tissue engineering group undertaking fundamental and applied studies into the biological response induced by implanted materials and the nature of the biomaterial/tissue interface. The group has particular expertise in the field of ionomeric materials, ceramics, and surface modification of biomaterials and tissue engineering of mucosa, cartilage and bone. Major funding for this work has been received from the EU since 1992.

Research Interest

Fundamental and applied studies into the nature of the bone/material interface use of in vivo and in vitro techniques for assessment of tissue response. Internationally recognised in the field of ionomeric cements. Expertise in the controlled release/delivery of drugs and bioactive agents from polymers. Drug trials using –wisdom tooth – pain model. 2013 Part of the Sheffield Team that obtained an EPSRC’s Centre for Innovative Manufacturing – in biomaterials


Potency and Stability of Intradermal Capsaicin: Implications for Use as a Human Model of Pain in Multicenter Clinical Trials

Pavan Balabathula, Himanshu Bhattacharjee, Laura A Thoma, Robert J Nolly, Frank P Horton, Gwendolyn D Stornes, Jim Y Wan, Ian M Brooks, Gloria A Bachmann, David C Foster and Candace S Brown

Research Article: Clin Exp Pharmacol 2013, 4: 142

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