Seminar series — Drug Delivery and Translational Medicine

Novel inhalation aerosol delivery: From charged particles to nebulised probiotics

Department of Pharmacology & Pharmacy

28 September 2023 (Thursday) at 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Dr. Philip Kwok
Senior Lecturer,
Pharmaceutical Sciences,
School of Pharmacy,
The University of Sydney,

Speaker biography:
Dr Philip Chi Lip Kwok is a Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutical Sciences in the School of Pharmacy, The University of Sydney. He obtained his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree with First Class Honours in 2002 from The University of Sydney. He became a registered pharmacist after one year of training in a community pharmacy. Dr Kwok then undertook his PhD studies on pharmaceutical aerosol electrostatics in the Faculty of Pharmacy at The University of Sydney and graduated in 2007. He was a research associate in the same group until August 2011 and became an assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy at The University of Hong Kong in September 2011. Dr Kwok returned to The University of Sydney as a Lecturer in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the end of July 2017. His research is in pulmonary drug delivery. In particular, he specialises in the engineering, physicochemical characterisation, and electrostatics of pharmaceutical aerosol formulations. He has collaborated with academic and industrial researchers, both locally and internationally, on formulation-focused as well as cross-disciplinary projects.



G/F, Room G-05,
The HKJC Bldg for Interdisciplinary Research,
5 Sassoon Road, Pokfulam

All are welcome