Mohamad Abadelah has completed his degree in Pharmacy before joining the University of Huddersfield in 2011 to study for a Master degree in the pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical analysis. After completing his master degree with a distinction he decided to pursue his Ph.D. in the inhalation field under the supervision of both Prof Chrystyn and Dr. Larhrib. Mohamad’s work focuses on dose emission aerodynamic characteristic from dry powder inhalers (DPIs) and evaluation of the performance of some commercially available DPIs on the market. Mohamad’s has recently submitted 2 manuscripts for publication in the international journal of Pharmaceutics (IJP) and also presented his research work nationally and internationally at different conferences including UK Pharm.Sci, AAPS, DDL and ERS. Mohamad is also involved in teaching and supervision of undergraduate and MSc research projects in the pulmonary drug delivery.
Title : The impact of inspiratory parameters on the performance of marketed dry powder inhalers using patients’ inhalation profiles
Title : The effect of the inhalation manoeuvre parameters on the indacaterol drug deposition from OnbrezBreezhaler® dry powder inhaler.