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Victoria obtained her MPharm and PhD at the University of Nottingham. She previously worked as an early development and formulation scientist in the Pharmaceutical Industry and as a clinical Pharmacist in the NHS. She started as a lecturer in Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Practice at the University of Hertfordshire in January 2012. Her current research interests include in vitro modeling of inhaled therapeutics, with a particular focus on the role of drug transporters on permeability across the respiratory mucosa. She is also investigating biopharmaceutical aspects of other biological barriers, namely of the skin and gastro-intestinal tract and collaborating with other groups to determine cellular toxicity of nanoparticles and novel chemical entities.
- In vitro epithelial modelling (lung, intestine, skin)
- Development and characterisation of novel epithelial in vitro models
- In vitro-in vivo correlations
- Drug absorption/permeability mechanisms
- Drug-transporter interactions
- ABC and SLC transporter systems
- Pharmacy Practice
Commercial and public engagement
- Member of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GhPC)
- Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)
- Member of the Advisory Board for the Centre of Doctoral Training (CDT) for Targetted Therapeutics at the Univerisity of Nottingham
- Member of the International Society for Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM)
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Fast-Track Project - ImmuOne
Cook, M. T., Hutter, V. & Hoffman, E.
1/09/21 → 31/08/22
Development of in vitro co-culture model for ophthalmic drug toxicity testing.
Hoffman, E. & Hutter, V.
20/05/19 → 14/07/19
Drug Inhalation Response Challenge
Hutter, V. & Martin, A.
17/09/18 → 7/03/19
Development and Characterisation of Novel, Inter-connected, Microphysical Systems (MPS) of Human Organs
Chau, D., Hutter, V., Murnane, D. & Hoffman, E.
1/10/17 → 30/09/21
High content analysis of in vitro alveolar macrophage responses can provide mechanistic insight for inhaled product safety assessmentHutter, V., Hopper, S., Skamarauskas, J. & Hoffman, E., 28 Feb 2023, In: Toxicology in Vitro. 86, 10 p., 105506.
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Reduced skin permeation and penetration of clobetasol propionate when Dermovate cream is applied at short time intervals with emollientsBeebeejaun, M., Brown, M., Kravitz, L., Hutter, V. & McAuley, L., 3 Feb 2023, (Submitted) In: Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Clinical Practice.
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Skin permeation and penetration of mometasone furoate in the presence of emollients: An ex vivo evaluation of clinical application protocolsBeebeejaun, M. T., Brown, M. B., Hutter, V., Kravitz, L. & McAuley, W. J., 20 Jan 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Skin Health and Disease.
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Incorporating New Approach Methodologies into Regulatory Nonclinical Pharmaceutical Safety AssessmentHutter, V., Pound, P., Turner, J., Owen, C., Hutchinson, I., Hop, M., Chau, D., Barrios Silva, L., Coleman, M., Dubourg, A., Kenna, G., Lauschke, V., Neuhaus, W., Roper, C., Watkins, P., Welch, J., Taylor, K., Alvarez, L. & Harries, L., Jan 2023, In: ALTEX.
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Special Issue reprint book PPARs as Key Mediators of Metabolic and Inflammatory Regulation, May 2022, Editors Manuel V´azquez-Carrera Walter WahliPerez Diaz, N., Lione, L., Hutter, V. & Mackenzie, L. S., 1 May 2022, PPARs as Key Mediators of Metabolic and Inflammatory Regulation. online open access: MDPI Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 19 p.
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