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Congratulations to Susan Boc

At the 2016 VCU School of Pharmacy Research Day, it was announced that Susan Boc has been awarded the Joseph P. Schwartz Graduate Student Travel Award. The Joseph P. Schwartz Graduate Student Travel Fund has been established to support full time graduate student travel for pharmaceutics graduate students presenting research papers , including posters, at professional […]

RDD Asia

Dr. Xiangyin Wei is attending RDD Asia 2016 to present a paper entitled “Clinically Relevant In Vitro Performance Tests for Powder Inhalers”, which she co-authored with Dr. Peter Byron. She will then join Dr. Hindle and Mandana Azimi at DDL 27 in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she will present a poster entitled “Aerosol Performance and Stability […]

Fall Conference Presentations

Mandana Azimi was awarded an AAPS Travelship sponsored by AstraZeneca  to attend and present her work at this year’s AAPS Annual Meeting in Denver, Nov 13-17. Her poster is entitled “Comparison of the In vitro Deposition of Nasonex® Nasal Spray Product in Two Realistic Nasal Airway Models” and is co-authored by Mike Hindle and Worth […]

Visit to FDA Office of Generic Drugs

Drs. Byron, Longest and Hindle were recently invited to visit the Office of Generic Drugs at FDA to give presentations about their FDA funded research. Our visit was hosted by VCU alum, Dr. Renish Delvadia, who arranged lunch with the growing number of VCU School of Pharmacy and School of Engineering alumni who are now working at […]

VCU School of Pharmacy Travel Award Winner

Another congratulations to Mandana Azimi, who received a VCU School of Pharmacy Travel Award. Mandana will present her research at the AAPS Annual meeting in Denver and will also travel to Edinburgh to attend the DDL 2016 meeting Dean Joe DiPiro recognized recipients of the Graduate Training/Travel Fund (left to right): Mandana Azimi, Hebing Liu, […]

Mandana Azimi was one of nine Pharmacy students awarded VCU Dissertation Assistantships

Source: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy Nine VCU School of Pharmacy doctoral students have received VCU Graduate School Dissertation Assistantships that will cover a total of more than $223,000 in stipends and tuition fees. By department, the 2016-17 recipients are Kavita Iyer, Samuel Obeng and Urjita Shah, Medicinal Chemistry; Mandana Azimi, Sneha Dhapare, Hebing […]

John Wood Award Winner 2016

Congratulations to Mandana Azimi who was awarded the 2016 John Wood Award. The John Wood Award is given to the student in the Department of Pharmaceutics who has achieved the greatest distinction in the areas of scholarship, research, teaching and service. Mandana is pictured receiving the Award from Dean Joe DiPiro.

Summer 2016

Summer 2016 seems to have come and gone. We said good bye to Khanh Huynh, who has returned to the Woolcock Institute in Sydney to pursue a Ph.D. with the Profs Young and Traini. And we welcomed back Dr. Ruba Darweesh, who is joining our lab for 3 months from the Jordan University of Science and Technology. […]

Respiratory Drug Delivery 2016

We are putting final preparations for RDD 2016 together. Please plan to stop by our posters and meet our graduate students and post-docs. Mandana Azimi will be presenting her poster entitled “Comparison of the In vitro Deposition of Nasonex® Nasal Spray Product in Two Realistic Nasal Airway Models”. Xiangyin Wei and Khanh Huynh will be presenting […]

Changes for the New Year

The New Year brings a number of changes in the research lab: After nearly 30 years at VCU and leading the Aerosol Research Group, we said farewell to Dr. Peter Byron. Pete has been a great supporter of my research, a good friend and we hope to still see him around the labs as he […]

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