Dr Ayman Allahham
Ayman is a lecturer in Pharmaceutics within the School of Health and Biomedical Sciences.
Ayman has more than 10 years of experience in teaching pharmaceutical Science courses with focus on the quality assurance and accreditation standards of education in tertiary institutions.
Building on his higher education and research in Monash University (from Honours to PhD), his personal skills and previous industrial experience, Ayman has maintained and developed my professional success and achievement through his career. Ayman's significant contribution to create successful collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry through training, student visits and industrial student projects are examples of his achievements.
Ayman's main research interests has been in the area of pharmaceutical physicochemical properties, their formulation, their in vitro assessment and stability and their applications for respiratory and gastrointestinal drug delivery. Ayman is willing to maintain my success and use his full potential to generate new opportunities, collaboration and deliver professional education in his areas of expertise.
- Teaching into Pharmacy Drug Delivery courses (CHEM1290, PHAR1016, PHAR1013 and CHEM1291)
- Supervising Honours research projects (ONPS2491)
- Supervising postgraduate students
- Collaborative research in the area of pharmaceuticals quality, in vitro assessment and stability (including medicines in DAAs, CAMs)
- New approaches to drug delivery
- PhD (Pharmaceutics) - Monash University
- Masters of Pharmaceutical Sciences - Monash University
- BSc (Chemistry) - University of Jordan
- Previous teaching, research and administration positions in tertiary institutions in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
- Industrial experience in QC and regulatory positions
- Liaising with industry through training, student visits, graduation projects and support
- Lim, C.,Aliakbari, M.,Gokulanathan, V.,Noah, S.,Taskin, R.,Stupans, I.,Allahham, A. (2022). Stability implications of repackaged medications in dose administration aids: a systematic review In: International journal of pharmacy practice, 30, 93 - 107
- Abdul-Latif, R.,Stupans, I.,Allahham, A.,Adhikari, B.,Thrimawithana, T. (2021). Natural antioxidants in the management of Parkinson's disease: Review of evidence from cell line and animal models In: Journal of Integrative Medicine, 19, 300 - 310
- Abdelkader, H.,Fathalla, Z.,Thrimawithana, T.,Allahham, A., et al, . (2021). Polymeric long-acting drug delivery systems (LADDS) for treatment of chronic diseases: Inserts, patches, wafers, and implants In: Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 177, 1 - 21
- Thrimawithana, T.,D'Amore, S.,Dib, Y.,Fadavi Firooz, N.,Fakhouri, W.,Saeed, A.,Allahham, A. (2019). Critical appraisal of commercially available suspending vehicles for extemporaneous compounding of cardiovascular medicines: physical and chemical stability mini review In: Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 24, 529 - 538
- Rashid, M.,Elgied, A.,Alhamhoom, Y.,Chan, E.,Rintoul, L.,Allahham, A.,Islam, M. (2019). Excipient interactions in glucagon dry powder inhaler formulation for pulmonary delivery In: Pharmaceutics, 11, 1 - 14
- Akhtar, N.,Ahad, A.,Khan, M.,Allahham, A.,Talegaonkar, S. (2017). The ameliorated pharmacokinetics of VP-16 in wistar rats: a possible role of P-glycoprotein inhibition by pharmaceutical excipients In: European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, 42, 191 - 199
- Allahham, A.,Maswadeh, H. (2014). Study of dissolution kinetics for poorly water-soluble drugs from ternary interactive mixtures in comparison with commercially available capsules In: Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 9, 106 - 114
- Allahham, A.,Stewart, P.,Das, S. (2013). Improving the de-agglomeration and dissolution of a poorly water soluble drug by decreasing the agglomerate strength of the cohesive powder In: International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 457, 101 - 109
- Tay, T.,Allahham, A.,Morton, D.,Stewart, P. (2011). Counter-intuitive enhancement in the dissolution of indomethacin with the incorporation of cohesive poorly water-soluble inorganic salt additives In: European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics, 79, 674 - 682
- Tay, T.,Allahham, A.,Morton, D.,Stewart, P. (2011). Understanding improved dissolution of indomethacin through the use of cohesive poorly water-soluble aluminium hydroxide: Effects of concentration and particle size distribution In: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 100, 4269 - 4280
1 Masters by Research Completions1 PhD Current Supervisions