Dan Chau Thuy Nguyen
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Biography

I am a final year PhD at the Ocular Therapeutics Research Group, Pharmaceutical & Molecular Biotechnology Research Centre, Waterford Institute of Technology.

• Research area: pharmaceutical formulation and development, drug delivery, nanotechnology, material science, surface chemistry, analytical science, and polymer science.
• Hands-on operational experience, method transfer and data analysis for various analytical techniques: HPLC, TGA, DSC, SEM, UV, FT-IR, DLS, fluorescent microscope, refractive index, contact angle, tensile strength, extractables, leachable and in vitro drug release.
• Competent knowledge of GMP and GLP, and experience in project planning and management.
• Successfully develop pharmaceutical-loaded hydrogel lens of commercial quality for controlled and targeted drug delivery through creating and developing suitable methodologies.
• Investigate impacts of various manufacturing processes on product’s properties.
• Advanced Chromatographic Techniques (HPLC, GCMS), Research Ethics & Integrity, Practical pedagogy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Cell culture and ex vivo model training.
• Published articles of peer-reviewed work, presenting at various national and international conferences, workshops and events.
• Supervise, train and support 4th year students, interns, and postgrads on various techniques and equipment; and organize various workshops and journal clubs. 

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelors Degree

Sep 2013Jun 2017

Award Date: 05 Jun 2017

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