I have a PhD from the University of Nottingham in designing polymeric nanoparticles for tumour targeting, with my first degree in Pharmacy from India. I joined AstraZeneca in 2008, working on the formulation of clinical products for inhalation.
In 2010, I moved into the Pharmaceutical Development team and worked extensively in the field of advanced nanomedicines and new modalities for oncology therapeutics.
I progressed to the role of Associate Principal Scientist in 2013 and became involved in driving innovative science and implementing clinical development strategies applied to nanomedicines and nucleic acid-based therapeutics.
I moved to Cambridge in 2017 as a team leader of the Advanced Drug Delivery team and established a team of multidisciplinary scientists from leading drug delivery groups with expertise in drug delivery sciences and cell biology.
My passion lies in internal and external collaboration, to help identify and implement novel product opportunities that strengthen our pipeline, achieve scientific leadership and ultimately make a meaningful difference to patient health.
Differential uptake, kinetics and mechanisms of intracellular trafficking of next-generation antisense oligonucleotides across human cancer cell lines.皇冠官网网站
CD44 targeted delivery of siRNA by using HA-decorated nanotechnologies for KRAS silencing in cancer treatment.皇冠官网网站
Serum Nuclease susceptibility of mRNA cargo in condensed Polyplexes.皇冠官网网站
Evaluation of dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI biomarkers for stratified cancer medicine: How do permeability and perfusion vary between human tumours? 皇冠官网网站
Chitosan/Hyaluronic Acid Nanoparticles: Rational Design Revisited for RNA Delivery皇冠官网网站
Challenges and strategies in anti-cancer nanomedicine development: an industry perspective.皇冠官网网站
Hare JI, Lammers T, Ashford MB, Puri S, Storm G, Barry ST. Adv. Drug Deliv Rev (2016) 108, 25-38. Publication link.