Othman Al Musaimi is a Research Associate at the Department of Chemical Engineering-Imperial College London. His research interests focus on developing synthetic, separation, and purification methodologies for therapeutic peptide entities. Currently, he is working on expanding the hydrophobicity index of amino acids and delivering blood-brain barrier shuttle peptides to target brain-related diseases.
Othman has attained his Ph.D. in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry discipline, from the University of Kwazulu-Natal - South Africa under the supervision of Prof. Fernando Albericio and Prof. Beatriz G. de la Torre.
Othman has joined Imperial College London on the 4th of May 2021.
- Peptide synthesis
- Peptide separation & purification
- Analytical & Bioanalytical LC/LCMS methods
- Green Chemistry
- Computational Chemistry
- Stability studies
Al Musaimi O, Valenzo OMM, Williams DR, 2022, Prediction of peptides retention behavior in reversed-phase liquid chromatography based on their hydrophobicity., J Sep Sci
et al., 2022, Strategies for Improving Peptide Stability and Delivery, Pharmaceuticals, ISSN:1424-8247
et al., 2022, Successful synthesis of a glial-specific blood-brain barrier shuttle peptide following a fragment condensation approach on a solid-phase resin, Journal of Peptide Science, ISSN:1075-2617
Albericio F, Jaradat DMM, Al Musaimi O, 2022, Advances in solid-phase peptide synthesis in aqueous media (ASPPS), Green Chemistry, Vol:24, ISSN:1463-9262
et al., 2022, 2021 FDA TIDES (peptides and oligonucleotides) harvest, Pharmaceuticals, Vol:15, ISSN:1424-8247