School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences
Maudland Building MB023
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Subject Areas: Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Education, Biosciences and Chemistry
Chahinez is a currently working as a Teaching Fellow in Biosciences and Chemistry at the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences. She has a PhD in Pharmaceutical Formulations from UCLan, UK in addition to an MSc in Clinical Pharmacy and pharmacology (2013-2014) from UMST, Sudan.
Previously, she worked as a Postgraduate Lecturer in Cosmetic and Pharmacotherapy. Her current research focuses upon the development of lipid-based drug delivery systems for novel chemotherapeutic agents in the treatment of cancers.
Dr. Chahinez Houacine is currently employed as a Teaching Fellow in Biosciences and Chemistry, with a strong background in pharmaceutics and clinical pharmacology. Previous employment includes postgraduate lecturing in Cosmetics and Pharmacotherapy; as well as demonstrating on a number of undergraduate pharmacy modules.
She attained her PhD in Pharmaceutical formulations from UCLan in 2017 and MSc in Clinical pharmacy in 2013 following graduation as a pharmacist (BPharm) in 2011 both from the University of Sudan.
Her research is focused around Lipid-based drug delivery systems in cancerous growths, particularly modified nanostructured lipid particles with novel chemotherapeutic agents. She is interested in biocompatible and biodegradable formulations in drug delivery.
Pharmacology, Chemistry and Biosciences
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, 2017