Dr. Mohammad Amin Mohammad holds a Ph.D Degree in Pharmacy from Bradford University, UK (July 2006) with a specialization in Molecular Conformations of Proteins. He was promoted to Associate Professor in Pharmaceutics at Damascus University, where he worked from 2007 until 2013. Then he moved to Jordan to work also as an Associate Professor at Isra University. He obtained a CARA Fellowship for 12 months at the University of Bath, 2014-2015. He is one of three scientists who established PharmaQuest International Center in Damascus in 2011, which is the first private scientific research center in Syria. He was the manger and his team has developed a variety of complicated formulations for Pharmaceutical Industrial Companies. He also has a publication record that includes papers in international refereed journals. He combined the concepts of surface free energy (and group contribution theory to establish the chromatographic adhesion law. This law simply states “relative influence depends on relative effect”.
He taught as a lecturer at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels since 2007. He has strong mathematical skills and an excellent understanding of the central concepts and laws of physical chemistry. This enables him to teach undergraduate and postgraduate students mathematics related subjects, e.g. degradation kinetics, bioavailability, and drug formulations. He supervised Masters and Ph.D students at different universities. He built a good research team of postgraduate students at Damascus University, and they now collaborate productively in Sweden and in the UK. Most of his former students are now Ph.D students at UK universities; many of them were awarded scholarships due to their high ability.
Preformulation and formulation of solid, liquid, and semi-solid products; Formulation and delivery of biopharmaceuticals; Particle engineering & solid-state properties of drugs and excipients; Surface energy measurements; Molecular interactions.