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Dr Andrea Johnston

Centre Manager

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Publications

Drug solid solutions - a method for tuning phase transformations
Delori Amit, Maclure Pauline, Bhardwaj Rajni M., Johnston Andrea, Florence Alastair J., Sutcliffe Oliver B., Oswald Iain D. H.
CrystEngComm Vol 16, pp. 5827-5831, (2014)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c4ce00211c
Systematic data set for structure-property investigations: solubility and solid-state structure of alkaline earth metal salts of benzoates
Arlin Jean-Baptiste, Florence Alastair J., Johnston Andrea, Kennedy Alan R., Miller Gary J., Patterson Kirsty
Crystal Growth and Design Vol 11, pp. 1318-1327, (2011)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cg101547r
Experimental and predicted crystal energy landscapes of chlorothiazide
Johnston Andrea, Bardin Julie, Johnston Blair, Fernandes Phillippe, Kennedy Alan, Price Sarah L., Florence Alastair
Crystal Growth and Design Vol 11, pp. 405-413, (2011)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cg1010049
A predicted dimer-based polymorph of 10,11-dihydrocarbamazepine (Form IV)
Arlin Jean-Baptiste, Johnston Andrea, Miller Gary J., Kennedy Alan, Price Sarah L., Florence Alastair
CrystEngComm Vol 12, pp. 64-66, (2010)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b914365c
Cytenamide-formic acid (1/1)
Johnston A., Florence A.J., Miller Gary J., Kennedy A.R., Bedford Colin T.
Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Vol 64, pp. 1379-1380, (2008)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/S1600536808019181
Cytenamide trifluoroacetic acid solvate
Johnston A., Florence A.J., Fabianni F.J.A., Shankland K., Bedford C.T., Bardin J.
Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Vol 64, pp. 1215-1216, (2008)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/S1600536808016577

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Projects

Building Global Engagements in Research
Littlejohn, David (Principal Investigator) Anaya-Lara, Olimpo (Academic) Birch, David (Academic) Booth, Campbell (Academic) Burt, Graeme (Academic) Chen, Yu (Academic) Chen, Haofeng (Academic) Fedorov, Maxim (Academic) Fletcher, Ashleigh (Academic) Gu, Erdan (Academic) Guilhabert, Benoit Jack Eloi (Academic) Hastie, Jennifer (Academic) Jaroszynski, Dino (Academic) Kockar, Ivana (Academic) Laurand, Nicolas (Academic) Macdonald, Malcolm (Academic) Mathieson, Keith (Academic) Nordon, Alison (Academic) Norman, Patrick (Academic) Oliveira, Monica (Academic) Papoff, Francesco (Academic) Sefcik, Jan (Academic) Seib, Philipp (Academic) Stack, Margaret (Academic) Stephen, Bruce (Academic) Tuttle, Christopher (Academic) Ulijn, Rein (Academic) Xiao, Qing (Academic) Yan, Xiu (Academic) Zagnoni, Michele (Academic) Dawson, Martin (Co-investigator) Florence, Alastair (Co-investigator) Graham, Duncan (Co-investigator) McArthur, Stephen (Co-investigator) Zhang, Yonghao (Co-investigator) Jones, Catherine (Researcher) McGlone, Thomas (Researcher) McKendry, Jonathan (Researcher)
The EPSRC awarded the University of Strathclyde £499,040 to support activities where the main objective was to increase the level and number of sustainable global engagements between leading researchers at the University of Strathclyde and top researchers in the USA and Asia. The research themes selected for the programme featured internationally leading groups at Strathclyde that are well supported by the EPSRC. Each theme is headed by a recognised pioneer in their field supported by a number of associated world class researchers. The five thematic areas were: Photonics, Power & Energy, Advanced Engineering; Advanced Manufacturing, and Bionanotechnology. Strathclyde identified key international partners at various institutions in the USA and Asia with whom we wished to develop more strategic, mutually beneficial, relationships. We adopted a “best with best” approach, identifying internationally leading researchers who aligned well with several of our own EPSRC funded internationally leading experts. Existing interactions with the groups in the USA and Asia were at different stages of development so we aimed to escalate the relationship engagement levels from Tier 3 (Emergent), through Tier 2 (Developing) to Tier 1 (Strategic). The intention was to develop as many of the relationships as possible during the period of the award so that longer-term interactions could be established thereafter.
Period 01-Apr-2012 - 31-Mar-2013

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