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Delivery of Drugs: Expectations and Realities of Multifunctional Drug Delivery Systems, Volume Two examines the formulation of micro-nanosized drug delivery systems and recaps opportunities for using physical methods to improve efficacy via mechano-, electroporation. The book highlights innovative delivery methods like PIPAC, including discussions on the regulatory aspects of complex injectables. Written by a diverse range of international researchers from industry and academia, the chapters examine specific aspects of characterization and manufacturing for pharmaceutical applications as well as regulatory and policy aspects.
This book connects formulation scientists, regulatory experts, engineers, clinical experts and regulatory stakeholders. This level of discussion makes it a valuable reference resource for researchers in both academia and the pharmaceutical industry who want to learn more about the status of drug delivery systems.
- Encompasses the functional aspects of nano-micro carriers
- Demonstrates physical methods to improve drug efficacy
- Contains in-depth investigation on the specific aspects of drug delivery systems
Pharmaceutical Scientists in academia and industry; pharmacologists; regulatory experts; bioengineers
- Polymer-lipid hybrid formulations: A synergistic approach to oral delivery of challenging therapeutics
2. Dendrimers for pharmaceutical applications – potential and challenges
3. Electrospinning in drug delivery
5. Mitochondria targeted drug delivery in neurodegenerative diseases
6. Preparation of Nano-structured Microparticles Intended for Inhalation
7. Physical Approaches for Drug Delivery - An Overview
8. Complex Injectables: Development, Delivery and Advancement
9. Clinical evaluation of pressurized intraperitoneal aerosol chemotherapy (PIPAC) in colorectal cancer treatment
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 14th February 2020
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Dr. Ranjita Shegokar holds a PhD degree in Pharmaceutical Technology from the SNDT University, India, and has been postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and NutriCosmetics at Free University of Berlin, Germany. Since last 8 years she is working in the pharmaceutical industry in various technical/R&D roles. Currently, she serves as Director of Pharma Business Unit at Capnomed GmbH, Germany. She has authored many research articles, book chapters, and presented several research papers in conferences. She has filed multiple patent application in area of drug delivery and drug targeting. She received several national and international awards for her research. Her areas of interest include polymeric nanoparticles, nanocrystals, lipid nanoparticles (SLNs/NLCs), nanoemulsions and role of excipients in delivery systems.
Director, Pharma Business Unit, Capnomed GmbH, Germany