PhD Theses

MSc Theses

  • Salmela, Ida: 3D printing of solid dosage forms – effect of polymers on processability and drug release properties. ÅAU 2013

  • Alopaeus, Julia: Microstructure of dosage forms for personalised medicine resolved with Terahertz and X-ray microtomography. ÅAU 2014

  • Blomqvist, Brianna: Optimization and characterization of the Static Biofilm Method for antibiofilm studies. ÅAU 2014

  • Ek, Kia: Microfluidization – An alternative particle size reduction method for inhalables. ÅAU 2014

  • Lindeman, Ingeborg: Comparison of different roller compactors and mills – Granule properties and origin of fines. ÅAU 2014

  • Manner, Suvi: Flavonoids as anti-biofilm compounds; new bioactivity data resulting from chemical screening, inhibition and efficacy studies against Staphylococcus aureus. ÅAU 2014

  • Wickström, Henrika: Development of printed co-amorphous drug delivery systems. ÅAU 2014

  • Holländer, Jenny: 3D printing of medical device prototypes. ÅAU 2015

  • Långström, Disa: Children’s medication in the Nordic countries – Survey on national administrative register data. ÅAU 2015

  • Anthoni, Annette: Inkjet printing of antibacterial coatings on resin composite implant material. ÅAU 2016

  • Indola, Mathias: Colorimetry as quality control method for inkjet printed vitamin and indomethacin formulations. ÅAU 2016

  • Ollila, Johanna: Feasibility study of microencapsulation of spray dried powders using 2-fluid and 3-fluid nozzle. ÅAU 2016

  • Sjöholm, Erica: Exploring dissolved cellulose as carrier in oromucosal drug delivery. ÅAU 2016

  • Öblom, Heidi: Development and characterization of co-amorphous indomethacin-arginine in three-dimensionally printed polymer matrices. ÅAU 2016

  • Öhman, Jeannette: Development of anti-biofilm wound dressings by inkjet printing. ÅAU 2016

  • Özliseli, Ezgi: Development of novel imaging probes and related methods for cellular labeling and tracking. ÅAU 2016 (thesis for the degree of MSc in Biomedical Imaging)

  • Anna-Karin Pada: Polydopamine encapsulated PEI modified mesoporous silica nanoparticles for delivery of hydrophilic drugs. ÅAU 2017

  • Jennie Pohjavirta:  Development and characterization of bioadhesive buccal drug delivery systems for improved drug delivery to children. ÅAU 2017

  • Ida Alanko: The interaction of Staphylococcus aureus coagulase with prothrombin in various organisms. ÅAU 2017

  • Johan O. Nyman: Characterization of pharmaceutical surfaces with white light interferometry. ÅAU 2017

  • Jannica Berg: The impact of twin screw granulation on the compaction behaviour of excipient blends. ÅAU 2017

  • Sara Solin: Prediction of powder flow – Evaluating standard excipients and IBC discharge. ÅAU 2017

  • Amanda Halme: Towards a better understanding of the impact of physical properties on the micronisability. ÅAU 2017

  • Mahyae Rastgoo: “PAI probes for bioimaging”. ÅAU 2018 (thesis for the degree of MSc in Biomedical Imaging)

  • Sophie Rönkönharju: Preparation and characterization of polymer carrier matrices for printed wound dressings. ÅAU 2018

  • Johanna Wik: Nanoemulsion Based on Renewable Polymer for Improved Delivery of Therapeutics. ÅAU 2019

  • Rebecca Sandberg: Isolation and functional analysis of phage display-derived scFv-antibodies targeting the S. aureus SSLs. ÅAU 2020 (thesis for the degree of MSc in Biosciences, Cell biology)

  • Ville Järvinen: Molekyldynamisk undersökning om peptiders respons på elektriska fält. ÅAU 2020 (thesis for the degree of MSc in Natural Sciences, Physics)

  • Ronja Forstén: Potential to Simplify the Writing of Submission Documents: Evaluation of Publicly Available Module 2 Documents in Drug Submissions from Different Pharmaceutical Companies, ÅAU 2021

  • Lisa Lindfors: Development of a veterinary orodispersible film with a focus on spectrophotometric quantification of gabapentin, ÅAU 2021

  • Patrik Väisänen: Microbiological and Physicochemical Stability Study of Oxycodone, S-ketamine and Dexmedetomidine in Drug Solutions used for Patient-Controlled Analgesia, ÅAU 2021

Guest MSc theses

  • Karen Rijckaert: "Development of printed co-amorphous dosage forms", University of Ghent, Belgium (2014)

  • Elise Buggenhout: "Development of ink jet printed dosage forms with bioactive molecules", University of Ghent, Belgium (2014)

  • Ellen Hilgert: “Development of pharmaceutical ink formulations with silica nanoparticles for inkjet printing” University of Ghent, Belgium (2015)

  • Anouk Broos: "Optimization of pharmaceutical ink formulations to differentiate flexible doses using a handheld colorimeter", University of Ghent, Belgium (2016)

  • Paulina Przychodzen: “3D-printed substrates as scaffolds with collagen and mesoporous silica nanoparticles for muscle stem cells”, Gdański Uniwersytet Medyczny, Poland (2016)

  • Govardhanam Narayana Prakirth: Development and evaluation of nanoantibiotics via in vitro and in vivo imaging. UTU 2017 (thesis for the degree of MSc in Biomedical Imaging)

  • Aino Oisalo: “Lidocaine encapsulated chitosan nanoparticles incorporated local anaesthetic dermal patches” Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, BSc thesis (2017)

  • Tianran Yao: "Molecular modeling studies of Escherichia coli MurA towards novel Mur enzyme inhibitors against resistant bacterial strains" Department of Information Technology (Bioinformatics), University of Turku (2017)

  • Bram Bogaert: "Optimising microfluidic encapsulation of mesoporous silica nanoparticles with acetalated dextran for controlled drug delivery", University of Ghent, Belgium (2017)

  • Giorgia Patrignani: "Mesoporous silica nanoparticles as drug carrier in orodispersible films", DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE DEL FARMACO, CORSO DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE IN FARMACIA, UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PADOVA, ITALIA (2017)

  • Dhayakumar Rajan Prakash: "VERSATILE SYRINGE BASED MICROFLUIDIC PLATFORM FOR BIO- PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIO MEDICAL APPLICATIONS", School of Chemical and Biotechnology, SASTRA DEEMED-TO-BE-UNIVERSITY, India (2018)

  • Marco Lago: "INKJET PRINTING OF NIROGACESTAT LOADED MESOPOROUS SILICA NANOPARTICLES", DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA INDUSTRIALE, UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PADOVA, Italy (2018)

  • Korbinian Weisensee: "Fabrication of Advanced Drug Delivery Nanoparticles with Microfluidics", Ulm University, Germany (2018)

  • Azam Rashidian: "Immunological interactions of virus peptides at the antigen presenting MHC I proteins” University of Turku, Department of Future Technologies, Master’s Degree Programme in Digital Health and Biosciences (2018)

  • Wali Inam: Optimization of microfluidic encapsulation with nanoprecipitation for controlled drug delivery. UTU 2018 (thesis for the degree of MSc in Drug Discovery and Development)

  • Laura Leenesonne: Personalized drug platform using rollable thin film with 3D printing and microfluidics: a conceptual study. Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ghent (2019)

  • Tamara Somborac: "Investigation of molecular interactions of prenylflavonoids at GABAA receptor subtypes". University of Turku, Institute of Biomedicine. Master's Degree Programme in Drug Discovery and Development (2019) 

  • Md. Rifahul Abrar Taiseer: " Identifying the issues concerning zeta potential measurements of polymer nanoparticles". University of Turku,  MSc Degree Programme in Drug Discovery and Development (2019)

  • Mariam Gouda, "Protein-encapsulated mesoporous silica nanoparticles for the treatment of bacterial biofilms",  University of Turku,  MSc Degree Programme in Drug Discovery and Development (2019)

  • Jiaqi Yan, "Preparation of drug delivery system based on different carriers for antitumor research by using prodrug technology". Faculty of Pharmacy, Guangdong Pharmaceutical University (2020)

  • Alexandra Manea, " In vitro evaluation of nanoantibiotics",  University of Turku,  MSc Degree Programme in Drug Discovery and Development (2020)    

  • Tzu-Chen Rautio, "Effects of Nanomaterial-Delivered Protein Kinase A on Human Breast Cancer Stem Cells." University of Turku, Master’s Degree Program in Biomedical Imaging (2020).

  • Oliver Koivisto, "Delivery of Cas9/sgRNA system using functionalized mesoporous silica nanoparticle system". University of Turku, Master´s Degree Programme in Physiology and Genetics (2020).

  • Tokic Dado, "Synthesis of Mesoporous silica nanoparticles using microfluidics". University of Turku, Master’s Degree Program in Biomedical Imaging (2020). 

  • Deependra Yadav, "Developing and optimizing microfluidics platform for fabricating lignin nanoparticles",  University of Turku, Master’s Degree Program in Molecular Systems Biology (2020).

  • Nazia Hassan: "In Search of Ebola Virus Glycoprotein Inhibitors: A Structure-Based Drug Design Study". University of Turku, Institute of Biomedicine. Master's Degree Programme in Drug Discovery and Development (2021). 

  • Paulina Frolovaitė: "Mechanistic exploration of ligand binding to ETB receptor embedded in different membrane environments". University of Turku, Faculty of Technology, Department of Computing, Master’s Degree Programme in Digital Health and Life Sciences (2021)