The best of both worlds: spatially-resolved hybrid hydrogels for controlled release

Phillip Chivers

University of York

Phillip R. A. Chivers graduated from the University of York in 2015 with a first class MChem degree with distinction, carrying out his Masters research project in inorganic materials chemistry at Johnson Matthey. He is now a PhD student in the research group of Professor David K. Smith at the University of York, where his research focus is on the development of novel soft materials with biological applications.


IntroductionInterpenetrating polymer network (IPN) gels comprising two orthogonally assembled polymer networks are of great interest in the pharmaceutical industry for active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) delivery because... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Phillip Chivers (University of York)
  2. David Smith (University of York)

Topic Area

Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers


OS1b-A » Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers (16:20 - Monday, 25th September, Auditorium)

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