Dr Clare Hoskins


Pure and Applied Chemistry

Personal statement

Dr Clare Hoskins is a Reader in the School of Pure and Applied Chemistry. She has published >40 peer reviewed articles and filed 1 patent. Her research has been supported with over £2M by national (e.g. EPSRC, BBSRC/FAPESP, Wellcome Trust) and international (e.g. Newton-Bhabha & British Council, Iraqi Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research) research funding. Clare is the Elected Secretary to the Royal Society of Chemistry, Chemical Nanosciences and Nanotechnology Network, she is a committee member of the UK and Ireland Controlled Release Society and she sits on the British Council Grant Review Panel for Newton Grants. In 2019 Clare was awarded the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences ‘Emerging Scientist’ sponsored by Pfizer and also the North Staffordshire Medical Institute Researcher Award. Clare sits on the editorial board of numerous journals in her field, she leads a vibrant interdisciplinary research group within the them of Bionanotechnology and Analytical Chemistry within the Technology Innovation Centre. The focus of her research is the development of a range of multifunctional nanoparticles and their translation into medical therapies and agricultural products.


Biomimetic cancer cell membrane-coated nanosystems as next-generation cancer therapies
Pereira-Silva Miguel, Santos Ana Cláudia, Conde João, Hoskins Clare, Concheiro Angel, Alvarez-Lorenzo Carmen, Veiga Francisco
Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery (2020)
Cancer nanomedicine
Hoskins Clare
Cancers Vol 12 (2020)
Hierarchical synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles by polyol cum calcination method and determination of its optical and magnetic behaviour
Saddique Affia, Ahmad Zahoor, Hoskins Clare, Mirza Muhammad Aslam, Naz Asima, Ahmaj Jamil
Materials Chemistry and Physics Vol 249 (2020)
Poly(vinyl alcohol) and functionalized ionic liquid based smart hydrogel for doxorubicin release
Kuddushi Muzzamil, Ray Debes, Aswal Vinod Kumar, Hoskins Clare, Malek Naved
ACS Applied Bio Materials (2020)
The regulation of nanomaterials and nanomedicines for clinical application : current and future perspectives
Foulkes Rachel, Man Ernest, Thind Jasmine, Yeung Suet, Joy Abigail, Hoskins Clare
Biomaterials Science (2020)
Effect of poly(allylamine) molecular weight on drug loading and release abilities of nano-aggregates for potential in cancer nanomedicine
Al Ameri Jenan, Alsuraifi Ali, Curtis Anthony, Hoskins Clare
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2020)

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Pure and Applied Chemistry
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