Mr Mohammed N Momin
Mohammed joined the Medway School of Pharmacy in 2005 and works as a Research Associate. Prior to this, Mohammed worked for a number of academic institutions, biochemical and pharmaceutical companies. During this time he undertook an MSc in Analytical Chemistry of Clinical Materials at the Birkbeck College London. Mohammed obtained his BSc(Hons) in Applied Chemistry from the University of Kingston. He is currently the lead for pharmaceutics teaching practical sessions on the second and third year of MPharm programme, some foundation year Practicals as well as support final year Sustained Research Projects, visiting students and students from school of science.
Mohammed's current research interests include: The design of novel pulmonary drugs which are commonly used in asthma and COPD. This includes single drug products such as salbutamol, budesonide, ipratropium and combination drug products such as budesonide / formoterol The development and validation of HPLC methods for various drugs using a range of detection systems.