Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Centre for Therapeutic Innovation (BathCTI) brings together a critical mass of researchers from science, engineering and social science working on different aspects of drug discovery (including target identification and validation), drug delivery and precision medicine (biosensors and biomarkers).  Our missions are to:

  • bring together disciplines to translate discoveries into effective therapeutic products and improve healthcare outcomes
  • harness the power of data to transform medical diagnosis and treatment
  • achieve real-life impact, with industrial and clinical partnerships, that address unmet medical need

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    Projects

    Research Output

    Accelerating the development of novel technologies and tools for the subcutaneous delivery of biotherapeutics

    Collins, D. S., Sanchez-Felix, M., Badkar, A. V. & Mrsny, R., 24 Feb 2020, In : Journal of Controlled Release. 321, p. 475-482

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

    Open Access

    An enzyme-free glucose biosensor based on CuO nanostructures anchored on flexible printed circuit board

    Tetik, M., Kap, O., Dutta, G., Kilic, V., Moschou, D. & Horzum, N., 19 Mar 2020.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

    A randomized controlled trial to reduce sedentary time in rheumatoid arthritis: Protocol and rationale of the Take a STAND for Health study

    Pinto, A. J., Peçanha, T., Meireles, K., Benatti, F. B., Bonfiglioli, K., Lúcia de Sá Pinto, A., Lima, F. R., Pereira, R. M. R., Irigoyen, M. C. C., Turner, J., Kirwan, J. P., Owen, N., Dunstan, D. W., Roschel, H. & Gualano, B., 12 Feb 2020, In : Trials. 21, 1, 171.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access

    Student theses

    A clinical and serological study of adult and juvenile idiopathic inflammatory myopathy

    Author: Gunawardena, H., 1 Sep 2010

    Supervisor: Stevens, C. (Supervisor) & McHugh, N. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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    A Comparative study of the antiproliferative activity of iron chelators PIH, SIH and their light-activated caged derivatives in skin cells

    Author: Aroun, A., 1 Nov 2010

    Supervisor: Pourzand, C. (Supervisor) & Reelfs, O. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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