Dr Lidia Tajber

Dr Lidia Tajber

Associate Professor of Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy
Trinity College Dublin
Role in SSPC: Funded Investigator, P8 Project Leader, Strand 3

Trinity College Dublin
  • M.Sc., Silesian Medical University, (Pharm)
  • Postgraduate Dip. In Quality Improvement, Trinity College Dublin
  • Ph.D, Trinity College Dublin
Research Interests: 
  • Amorphous Materials Biophysics
  • Chemical Physics
  • Composite materials
  • Computational chemistry and modelling
  • Computer modelling of pharmaceutical systems
  • Crystal engineering
  • Drug Delivery Systems
  • Hydrogen bonding
  • Nanotechnology
  • Particles Polymorphism
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Polymers
  • Porous particles
  • Respiratory System
  • Spray Drying
  • Spectroscopy Thermal Analysis

Short Bio
Dr Lidia Tajber is a pharmacist by qualification and gained her M. Pharm. degree (with first class honours) from Medical University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland. Her Master’s thesis focussed on dielectric spectroscopy investigations of biotechnological materials utilised in transplantology. As a postgraduate visiting student in Trinity College Dublin, prior to her doctoral studies, she concentrated on spectroscopic studies of macromolecules, e.g. liquid crystalline materials. She holds a PhD degree entitled “Investigations of physicochemical properties of spray dried drug-excipient composites directed to inhalable products” in Pharmaceutical Technology from Trinity College Dublin.
Prior to her appointment as a full-time lecturer in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology in 2007, she completed postdoctoral studies on the use of spray drying in the production of nanoporous microparticles. Her research interests involve two principal research themes: Preformulation and formulation aspects of solid pharmaceutical materials and Pharmaceutical systems at the nanoscale supported by Science Foundation Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, Irish Research Council, European Union and Trinity College.

Dr Tajber is author of 50 peer-review papers, 70 international conference presentations and is also a co-inventor on a number of patent applications including “A method of producing porous microparticles” and “A polymeric nanoparticle”.

Selected Publications