School of Pharmacy Faculty of Science and Engineering University of Wolverhampton Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY
Pharmaceutics, Inhalations, solid dosage forms
Waseem (BPharm, MPhil, PhD, ARPharmS, MAPS, FHEA) did his undergraduate studies at the school of pharmacy – Damascus University (2003-2007) where he was awarded five Academic-Excellence awards (2003-2004-2005-2006-2007). He graduated on 2007 with the honour of top graduate student (first-class degree). He has been a qualified pharmacist since 2007. Waseem has worked as a pharmacy manager from 2007 till 2008. Then, he worked as a teaching assistant in pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology department at the School of Pharmacy, University of Damascus, Syria from 2008 till 2009. He completed his PhD studies on pharmaceutics-drug delivery in 2013 at the Medway School of Pharmacy–University of Kent (UK). He held a research associate post in University in Kent, UK (2013). In 2014, he was appointed as a lecturer in pharmaceutics at University of Wolverhampton, UK. His current research aims to improve the physicochemical, physicomechanical and biopharmaceutical performance of pharmaceuticals via particle engineering.