Dr. Radwa H. Abou-Saleh, an Associate Professor and Director of the Nanoscience and Technology program, is a dedicated Nanoscale Biophysicist with a focus on innovative drug delivery solutions. With over 20 years of experience, she excels in biophysical techniques and has authored 30 impactful research papers, including high-profile journals like Nature Communication and Lab on a Chip. Her work has garnered 868 citations and an h-index of 15, with a patented breakthrough in therapeutic microbubble production for cancer treatment. An active member of esteemed societies, she reviews for international journals and leads interdisciplinary projects at the intersection of physics and biotechnology. Alongside her research, Dr. Abou-Saleh instructs courses in nanoscience, bio-nanotechnology, physics, and biophysics, engaging both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
£ 120K, Fully funded PhD scholarship, from the Egyptian Government, Egypt 2005.