Liverpool Skylilne

Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences

Dr Ian Bradshaw

Dr Ian Bradshaw

Telephone: 0151 231 2014

Biography

Ian Bradshaw is Subject Leader for Pharmaceutical & Chemical Sciences in the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences with overall responsibility for staff and teaching in this area. Ian is the Project Director for Chemistry for All at LJMU, a cross-Faculty project, with staff from the School of Pharmacy and Bimolecular Sciences, the School of Teacher Education and Professional Learning and the Student Recruitment and Admissions team all responsible for delivery of this five year Outreach programme for six local schools that is funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry

Publications

Journal Articles

Seton L, Khamar D, Bradshaw I, Hutcheon G. 2012. Processing induced transformations: Phase impurities introduced during hydration/dehydration CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, 77 :57-64 >DOI >Link

Khamar D, Bradshaw IJ, Hutcheon GA, Seton L. 2012. Solid State Transformations Mediated by a Kinetically Stable Form CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN, 12 :109-118 >DOI >Link

Khamar D, Bradshaw IJ, Hutcheon GA, Seton L. 2012. Solid State Transformations Mediated by a Kinetically Stable Form CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN, 12 (1) :109-118

Khamar D, Pritchard RG, Bradshaw IJ, Hutcheon GA, Seton L. 2011. Polymorphs of anhydrous theophylline: stable form IV consists of dimer pairs and metastable form I consists of hydrogen-bonded chains ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-STRUCTURAL CHEMISTRY, 67 :O496-O499 >DOI >Link

Khamar D, Pritchard RG, Bradshaw IJ, Hutcheon GA, Seton L. 2011. Polymorphs of anhydrous theophylline: stable form IV consists of dimer pairs and metastable form I consists of hydrogen-bonded chains. Acta Crystallogr C, 67 :o496-o499

Khamar D, Seton L, Bradshaw IJ, Hutcheon GA. 2010. Generation and characterisation of new anhydrous polymorph of theophylline. J PHARM PHARMACOL, :1333-1334

Seton L, Khamar D, Bradshaw IJ, Hutcheon GA. 2010. Solid State Forms of Theophylline: Presenting a New Anhydrous Polymorph CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN, 10 :3879-3886 >DOI >Link

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1987. . Poly(hexamethylenebiguanidinium hydrochloride) as a reagent for the determination of water- soluble natural carboxylate and sulphate polymers, Brit Polym J, 19 :441-447

Bradshaw IJ, Lindsay M, Kennedy JF. 1987. Comparisons of starch materials using amylolytic enzymes Food Science and Technology Today, 1 :24-27

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1987. A comparison of the poly(hexamethylenebiguanidinium chloride) assay and the neutral equivalent method for the determination of alginates in industrial liquors extracted from brown seaweed, Carbohydr. Polymers, 7 :409-419

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1987. A general assay method for the acidic polysaccharides in solution using poly(hexamethylenebiguanidinium hydrochloride) [PHMBH+Cl-] Carbohydr.Res, 156 :79-85

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1987. The rapid quantitative determination of alginates by poly(hexamethylenebiguanidinium chloride) complexation in industrial liquors extracted from brown seaweed. Carbohydr. Polymers, 7 :35-50

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1986. The assay of acidic polysaccharides in solution with poly(hexamethylenebiguanidinium chloride) Carbohydrate Research, 156 :79-85 >DOI

Bradshaw IJ, Kennedy JF. 1986. A rapid method for the assay of alginates in solution using poly(hexamethylenebiguanidinium hydrochloride). Brit Polym. J., 1986 :79-85

Nisbet BA, Sutherland IW, Bradshaw IJ, Kerr M, Morris ER, Shepperton WA. 1984. XM-6, a new gel-forming polysaccharide from bacteria. Carbohydr. Polymers, 4 :277-394

Kennedy JF, Stevenson DL, White CA, Tolley M, Bradshaw IJ. 1984. A simple 1H nmr method for quantitation of the 0-acetate and pyruvic acid content of polymeric xanthan gum and related polysaccharides Brit Polym. J., 16 :5-10

Kennedy JF, Barker SA, Bradshaw IJ. 1983. The precipitation of xanthan as the cetyltrimethylammonium salt - a warning Carbohydrate Research, 122 :178-180 >DOI

Bradshaw IJ, Nisbet BA, Kerr MH, Sutherland IW. 1983. Modified xanthan – preparation and viscosity Carbohydr. Polymers, 3 :23-38

Nisbet BA, Bradshaw IJ, Kerr MH, Sutherland IW. 1982. . Characteristics of microbial polysaccharides for enhanced oil recovery use Proceedings of 2nd European Symposium on Enhanced Oil Recovery, :71-78

Kennedy JF, Barker SA, Bradshaw IJ. 1982. Poly(hexamethylenebiguanide hydrochloride), a novel cationic complexing agent for the assay of acidic polysaccharides. Biochem. Soc. Trans, 10 :136-137

Kennedy JF, Barker SA, Bradshaw IJ. 1981. Mechanistic aspects of polysaccharide complexation by quaternary ammonium salts based on the reaction of xanthan with [14C] cetyltrimethylammonium bromide Part 11. Brit Polym J, 15 :85-90

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1981. The reaction of xanthan with cetyltrimethylammonium bromide Carbohydr. Res., 95 :132-136

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1981. Mechanistic aspects of polysaccharide complexation by quaternary ammonium salts based on the reaction of xanthan with [14C] cetyltrimethylammonium bromide J. Carbohydr., Nucleosides and Nucleotides, 8 :461-480

Kennedy JF, Barker SA, Bradshaw IJ, Jones P. 1981. Reaction of PHMBH+Cl- with acidic polysaccharides and its application to the purification of xanthan gum. Carbohydr Polymers, 1 :85-99

Kennedy, JF, Barker SA, Bradshaw IJ, Jones P. 1981. The Isolation of xanthan gum from fermatation of Xanthomonas campestris by complexation with quaternary ammonium salts. Carbohydr Polymers, 1 :55-66

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Bradshaw IJ, Seton L, Rosenburgh N. 2010. Outcomes and Benefits of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership in Chemical Science Howlett RJ. INNOVATION THROUGH KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER, 1st International Conference on Innovation through Knowledge Transfer 5 :79-+ >Link

Seton L, Kumar D, Roberts M, Patel S, Pritchard R, Bradshaw IJ, Hutcheon GA. Solid state characterisation of a highly polymorphic system to explain differences in tabletting and dissolution properties 10th International Symposium on the Crystal Growth of Organic Materials

Chapters

Bradshaw IJ, Seton L, Rosenburgh . 2010. Outcomes and Benefits of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership in Chemical Science Howlett RJ. Innovation Through Knowledge Transfer 5 :79-89 Springer-Verlag New York Inc. Berlin 9783642145933

Large DG, Bradshaw IJ. 1997. Chemical Synthesis of the Peptide Moiety of Glycopeptides Large DG, Warren CW. Glycopeptides and related compounds :295-325 CRC 9780824795313

Kennedy JF, Bradshaw IJ. 1984. Production, properties and applications of xanthan gum Bushell ME. Progress in Industrial Microbiology(Modern applications of traditional biotechnologies) 19 :319-372 Elsevier Publishing Company. Oxford 9780444423641

Engagement & Impact

Conference organisation:

Conference name: Innovation Through Knowledge Transfer 2009: Research with Impact - 2nd December 2009, London, Position: International Programme Committee

External committees:

Committee name: Steering Group on "Mastering Bologna", Organisation: Royal Society of Chemistry, Position: Member of Steering Group

External PGR examinations performed:

Name of University: Cork University, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Cork, Award student examined for: MPhil

Name of University: University of Cork, Award student examined for: PhD

Media Coverage:

Links #1: http://tlablog.ljmu.ac.uk/index.php/product/chemistry-for-all/, Media coverage: Blog post detailing the Chemistry for All project and its contribution to the Summer Internship programme TLC2015

Links #1: http://tlablog.ljmu.ac.uk/index.php/product/staff-student-partnerships-in-summer-curriculum-enhancement-projects-ensuring-the-right-chemistry/, Media coverage: Post on the LJMU Teaching and Learning Academy Blog about the developing staff -student relationships to get the best out of curriculum enhancement internships TLC2015

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, Society for Chemical Society

Membership, Royal Society of Chemistry

Research Grants Awarded:

Shaping Futures (National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP)., Shaping Futures with Chemistry, Ian Bradshaw, Andrea Mallaburn, Paul Ireland, Grant value (£): 44,221, Duration of research project: 1 year

Royal Society of Chemistry, Chemistry For All, Ian Bradshaw, Paul Ireland, Andrea Mallaburn, Grant value (£): 150, 000, Duration of research project: 5 years

Royal Society of Chemistry, Chemistry fo All (Delivery of Chemistry Outreach Activities and assessment of their impact)., Linda Seton, Andrea Mallaburn, Paul Ireland, Grant value (£): £150,000, Duration of research project: 5 Years