Assistant Professor and Head of PharmE3D Labs
The University of Texas at Austin
Dr Mo Maniruzzaman is currently an Assistant Professor in Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery at College of Pharmacy, The University of Texas (UT) at Austin and leads the newly established state-of-the-art ‘Pharmaceutical Engineering and 3D Printing (PharmE3D)’ Labs. He obtained a PhD from the University of Greenwich with no corrections (RDC/12/M-3/14, UoG) and two accompanying awards including the Vice Chancellor’s Award in 2013 for the outstanding performance in his doctoral research. In addition, he has received 11 prestigious awards and scholarship for the outstanding academic/research performances including gold medals, ORSAS scholarship, and STARs award. Mo has extensive research experience in pharmaceutical drug delivery, additive manufacturing (e.g. 3D printing), medical implants and pharmaceutical formulations. This is reflected by authorship of more than 60 published papers (in ACS, RSC, and AAPS journals), 8 issued patents and patent applications, (3 ongoing), 3 books, and more than 40 conference presentations. He has also recently edited 5 special issues on continuous manufacturing, process engineering and 3D printing. Mo has secured research funding for 3D printed pharmaceutical dosage forms (i.e. tablets, capsules), process engineering and manufacturing of pharmaceutical granules, medical devices (i.e. hybrid bandage) with a grant value of ~$2.0M since 2018.