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Dr Ewa Jaroszkiewicz

Job: Senior lecturer in Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Faculty: Health and Life Sciences

School/department: Leicester School of Pharmacy

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH.

T: +44 (0)116 257 7273

E: emj@dmu.ac.uk

W: www.dmu.ac.uk/hls

 

Personal profile

Dr Jaroszkiewicz graduated in Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Poland and obtained her PhD from the Physics Department, Nottingham University after completing her doctoral thesis on the NMR of entangled polymers, supervised by Prof E R Andrew, FRS and W Derbyshire.

Her postdoctoral research involved work in the MRI group led by Prof Sir P Mansfield in the Physics Department at Nottingham University and later in the Food Science Department From 1994 Dr Jaroszkiewicz has been a lecturer and then senior lecturer in Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the School of Pharmacy, De Montfort University where she has taught many aspects of physical pharmaceutical chemistry and spectroscopy.

She has also been in charge of MPharm final year projects and for several years was an admissions tutor for the School of Pharmacy. She has had a long-standing, successful collaboration with the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the Medical University in Poznan, Poland, and is a co-author of many peer reviewed papers on the effects of ionising radiation on drugs, NMR relaxation behaviour of natural polymers and NMR of biopolymers.

Publications and outputs 

Click here for a full list of Ewa Jaroszkiewicz's publications and outputs|.

Key research outputs

Radiochemical stability of fluconazole in the solid state B Marciniec, K Dettlaff, E Jaroszkiewicz, M Ogrodowczyk, J Pharm. Biomed. Analysis 43, 1876, 2007.

Radiostability of florfenicol in the solid state B Marciniec, M Stawny, E Jaroszkiewicz, P Kachlicki Anal.Science. 25, 1255, 2009.

Identification of radiolysis products in solid thiamphenicol B Marciniec, M Stawny, E Jaroszkiewicz, W Danikowski J Pharm. Biomed. Analysis 53, 826, 2010.

Research interests/expertise

Spectroscopic methods (NMR, IR, UV) in the assessment of radiation damage of drugs, NMR of biopolymers.

Areas of teaching

  • Spectroscopy (IR, UV, NMR, AAS, AES)
  • Physicochemical basis of drugs
  • Advanced NMR methods.

Qualifications

  • MSc (University of Warsaw)- Chemistry Department
  • MSc (University of Kent at Canterbury)- Chemistry Department
  • PhD (Nottingham University)- Physics Department.

Courses taught

  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Formulation Chemistry
  • From Solutions to Controlled Release Molecular Properties of Drugs
  • Molecule to Patient
  • Supervision of final years MPharm projects.

Conference attendance

Oct 2009 Orlando Fl. 21st Symposium on Pharmaceutical and Biochemical Analysis. Poster presentation on effects of gamma radiation on thiamphenicol.

July 2010 Krakow Poland, VI Polish Analytical Chemistry conference, invited speaker, presentation on spectroscopic methods in the analysis of drugs sterilized by high energy radiation.

May 2011, Lodz, Poland, Ogolnopolska Konferencja Radiofarmaceutyczna, Poster presentation on “Radiosterilization of some antifungal drugs”

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