Ashley Brooke Carey
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Research Biography

Ashley Brooke Carey is a casual academic and PhD candidate passionate about interdisciplinary research in the realms of chemistry, nanotechnology, and medicine. In collaboration with the Flinders Medical Centre Intensive Critical Care Unit, her current work focuses on pharmaceutical compatibility and stability assessment.

Ashley is focused on providing comprehensive chemical assessment of enteral and parenteral medications to help streamline treatment regimens and reduce the risks associated with medication error. All the above works towards improving clinician, nursing, and pharmacist models of care in Australian health networks.

Research Expertise

Rather than developing expertise in a specific area, Ashley enjoys utilising her trained skills and knowledge across other areas and disciplines to create a diverse learning profile and skillset. Some studies completed so far include:

  • Producing polymeric antibiotic impregnated nanomaterials as wound dressings.
  • Investigating drug formulation compatibilities and incompatibilities with different administrative routes.
  • Developing a rapid and facile method to structurally manipulate inorganic materials using flow chemistry.
  • Creating biomimetic membranes of drug-resistant bacteria to investigate pathogen resistance development mechanisms, and membrane-protein and drug-membrane interactions.

Research Interests

Ashley has very broad scientific interests. She is keen to apply her knowledge in chemsitry, nanotechnology, and medicine across any other disciplines to enrich research quality and impact.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Science (Honours), Bachelor of Science (Enhanced Program for High Achievers) (Honours), Flinders University

Award Date: 28 Jul 2022


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