Dr Sarah Hudson

Hudson, Dr Sarah

Lecturer in Physical Chemistry
University of Limerick
Funded Investigator Strand 2 P6 project

University of Limerick
  • 1995-1999 B.A. Mod. Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin
  • 1991-2000 M.Sc. in Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin. Thesis Title: "Effect of the substituents modulating the excited-state energetics in a family of [fac-Re(I)(CO)3(py-X1)(DPPZ-X2)] +"
  • 2003-2006 PhD University of Limerick. Thesis Title: "Enzymes in Mesopores"
Research Interests: 
  • Nucleation and crystallilzation of pharmaceutical compounds
  • Solid state characterization (spectroscopy and thermal analysis) of active pharmaceutical ingredients and drug formulations
  • Controlled release drug delivery systems
  • Polymers and biomaterials

Dr Sarah Hudson is a lecturer in Physical Chemistry at UL, and recipient of a European Marie Curie Outgoing Fellowship to MIT in 2008 and an SFI Career Development Award in 2014. Her research focuses on novel drug delivery systems. She is the Principal investigator for the SFI-funded Biologicals Process Infrastructure Testbed (BioPoint) at University of Limerick She has 27 peer reviewed publications, with 1500 citations and h-index of 13.

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