Benjamin White is a DPhil candidate in the Chemical engineering group of the Engineering Science department at Oxford University. After completing his integrated Masters degree in Chemistry at the University of Bath, Benjamin began his doctorate degree at Oxford, with his thesis title "Radio-wave activated chemotherapy".
- Nanomedicine with a particular focus on nanoparticle design, synthesis, and analysis for use in Chemotherapy and personalized cancer treatment.
- Drug Delivery methods with special focus on activation methods in vivo.
- Novel polymer design, synthesis, and analysis.
- Inductive heating methods and applications.
- Computational modelling of clinical treatment methods involving nanoparticles.
Radio—wave activated chemotherapy: A nanoparticle-polymer complex capable of on off switching and magnetic direction providing an extremely discriminant method of chemotherapy
- Biomedical applications
- Nanoscience and technology
- Drug Delivery and Biomedical Ultrasonics
- Heat transfer and cooling research
White, B.D.; Duan, C.; Townley, H.E. “Nanoparticle Activation Methods in Cancer Treatment.” Biomolecules 2019, 9, 202
White B.D, Evison A, Dombi E, Townley HE, Improved delivery of the anticancer agent citral using BSA nanoparticles and polymeric wafers. Nanotechnology science and applications, 2018, 10
Victor M. Lu, Felicity Crawshay-Williams, White B.D, Amy Elliot, Mark A. Hill & Helen E. Townley (2019) Cytotoxicity, dose-enhancement and radiosensitization of glioblastoma cells with rare earth nanoparticles, Artificial Cells, Nanomedicine, and Biotechnology, 47:1, 132-143