Fabrication and Characterization of Biomimetic Nanofibrous Scaffold as Skin Repair Graft in Treatment of Wound

Poornima Dubey

UCL School of Pharmacy

Dr. Poornima Dubey is presently working as a post doctoral researcher in UCL School of Pharmacy Department of Pharmaceutics in Prof. Duncan Craig research group. Dr. Dubey has received her Ph.D in Nanotechnology from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee India in 2016. Her research mainly focuses on development of various two dimensional and three dimensional nanoformulations including composite nanofibrous scaffolds incorporating metal nanoparticles, graphene oxide (GO) along with hydrogels and nanogels for various biomedical applications including antimicrobial wound dressing, cancer theranostics applications. Her current research interest is development of suitable nanoformulation for poorly water soluble drug for oral drug delivery.


An intricate amalgamation of polysaccharides and proteins represents the key components of dermis fibrous extracellular milieu. Amongst natural polysaccharides, honey offers unique medicinal and healing properties whereas... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Poornima Dubey (UCL School of Pharmacy)
  2. P. Gopinath (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, Uttarakhand-247667, India.)
  3. Duncan Craig (UCL School of Pharmacy)

Topic Area

Tissue engineering and regenerative nanomedicine


OS3b-207 » Tissue engineering and regenerative nanomedicine (16:50 - Wednesday, 27th September, Room 207)

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