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Cyclodextrin Conference Travel Grant Awarded

Photograph of Shashi at the cyclodextrin conferenceShashi Ravi Suman Rudrangi, MRSC,  a second year PhD student (Pharmaceutical Science) at the Medway Centre for Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Greenwich, has been awarded a ‘PhD Research Travel Grant' from the Organic Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry to attend and present a poster entitled 'Solid state Econazole-Cyclodextrin complexes prepared by Supercritical carbon dioxide processing’, at the '3rd European Conference on Cyclodextrins', which was held at Antalya, Turkey between 2-4 October, 2013.
Shashi says: ‘The 3rd European Conference on Cyclodextrins was attended by over one hundred scientists from Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas, bringing together world-leading pharmaceutical and chemical scientists to discuss a whole spectrum of topics in cyclodextrin research. The meeting was a fantastic opportunity for me to liaise and make contact with world-leading scientists in the field of cyclodextrin research and I hope to use the feedback and knowledge gained to enhance my future studies. I would like to thank the Organic Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the European Cyclodextrin Society for providing me with this opportunity to attend and present my work to an international audience. Special thanks must go to my supervisors Prof. Steve Wicks and Dr. Bruce Alexander for encouraging me to attend such an excellent conference’.
Posted by Jenifer Mizen on Nov 18, 2013 1:18 PM Europe/London

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