Dr Hindle and Dr Longest recently participated in the IPAC-RS and University of Florida sponsored conference on Regulatory Harmonization for Inhaled Drug Products IPAC-RS.
This paper was recently published in Respiratory Care. Improving Aerosol Drug Delivery During Invasive Mechanical Ventilation with Redesigned Components.
Our recent paper published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Science was highlighted as an editors pick. See the link below for more details. 1 Congratulations to the SOP Department of… – VCU School of Pharmacy.
Optimized inhaler mouthpiece design allows for more effective drug delivery Research to be presented in November at the 2009 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting and Exposition Researchers have developed an optimized mouthpiece design to aid efficient drug delivery to the lungs by reducing the amount of medication wasted as it passes through the […]
Our pharmaceutical aerosol development laboratories are located on the MCV campus of Virginia Commonwealth University. Our interdisciplinary group works in collaboration with Dr Worth Longest (Department of Mechanical Engineering) to combine computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and design engineering to produce novel pharmaceutical aerosol drug delivery systems. Current projects are developing a high efficiency handheld dry powder inhaler […]