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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.

Research interests

  • 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

Teaching specialisms

  • Pharmaceutics
  • 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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