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Jamie Courtenay

Jamie graduated from the University of Bath with an MChem degree in Drug Discovery (with an Industrial Placement) in 2014. During his placement year with Syngenta’s Formulation Technology Group he carried out research on improving the biological performance of agrochemical formulations. In his final year project, he used ultrasound to synthesise polymer microcapsules for drug delivery. Whilst at Bath he has been a regular member and Captain of the University’s Track and Field team and he also enjoys cycling and squash.

  • Decorated cellulose surfaces – opportunities for novel, sustainable ingredients for formulated products and tissue engineering scaffolds with Professor Janet Scott, Professor Karen Edler and Dr Ram Sharma; International Partner: University of Campinas (Brazil)  PhD project
  • Cellulose nanofibril stabilised Pickering emulsions for drug delivery with Professor Karen Edler and Dr Richard Guy — 2nd MRes project
  • Surface modified cellulose films for tissue engineering with Dr Ram Sharma and Professor Janet Scott — 1st MRes project


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