School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences
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Subject Areas: Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Public Health, Chemistry
Yogita’s research interests are in developing nanomaterials for healthcare applications. She works in the interdisciplinary fields of chemistry, materials science, pharmaceutical and formulation chemistry. Prior to taking up the current research role at UCLan, Yogita has successfully completed Daphne Jackson Fellowship which was jointly sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry and UCLan. Yogita has previously worked in the UK, Israel and India on research projects involving agricultural formulations, organic synthesis and theoretical chemistry.
Patil-Sen Y, Chhabria V (2018) “Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Hyperthermia Applications”, NanoBioMedicine (Series ISBN: 1-626990-50-6) Taylor & Francis Publishing Group.
Narain A, Asawa S, Chhabria V, Patil-Sen Y (2017) “Cell membrane coated nanoparticles: Next generation therapeutics”, Nanomedicine (Lond) 12(21):2677-2692.
Patil-Sen Y, Dennison SR, Snape TJ (2016) “Functional foldamers that target bacterial membranes: the effect of charge, amphiphilicity and conformation”, Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 24(18): 4241- 4245.
Patil-Sen Y, Sadeghpour A, Rappolt M, Kulkarni CV (2016) “Facile Preparation of Internally Selfassembled Lipid Particles Stabilized by Carbon Nanotubes”, Journal of Visualized Experiments, 108: e53489- 53489.
Synthesis of nanoparticles for various healthcare applications such as drug delivery for cancer therapy, nose-to-brain drug delivery and drug delivery to lungs.