Lidia is currently employed as an Associate Professor in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. She first gained M. Pharm. degree from Medical University of Silesia, Poland and then pursued her Ph.D. degree in the School of Pharmacy, Trinity College Dublin. She has been involved in the SSPC from its beginning as a funded investigator contributing to the areas of crystal engineering as well as drug product formulation and manufacture. In addition, Lidia and her team have successfully participated in other collaborative and multidisciplinary consortia including the Irish Drug Delivery Network (SFI), a H2020 RISE network “ORBIS” (Open Research Biopharmaceutical Internships Support) and COST Action CA18112 “Mechanochemistry for Sustainable Industry”. Lidia was awarded SFI Career Development Award in 2017 on the development of pharmaceutical ionic liquid forms. The ultimate objective of her work is to advance the pharmaceutical product design and manufacture to benefit the general public and enhance the quality of health.
Multicomponent pharmaceutical solids
Ionic liquids (anti-crystal engineering)
Solid state forms (amorphous, liquid crystalline, crystalline)
Oral dosage forms