Dr. Arushi Manchand along with CPPR Faculty, Dr. Na Li and Dr. Robin Bogner published their findings on how elevated pH can slow the desupersaturation of a weak acid. To read more about the mechanism, click on https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.0c00539.
Dana Moseson, Ph.D. candidate in Lynne Taylor’s group at Purdue University, and University of Minnesota student, Hongbo Chen from CPPR Faculty Calvin Sun’s group, were awarded the 2020 Outstanding Student Researcher by the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education. Dana and Hongbo join graduated CPPR Student, Shreya Kulkarni (UConn), the 2019 winner and 2018 winner,
Nivedita Shetty (Purdue University) in receiving this prestigious award.
CPPR faculty member and Associate Director has been announced as Nami Therapeutics CEO. While still an associate professor at UConn and on the leadership team of CPPR, Dr. Lu adds this new role to her portfolio. You can read more on LinkedIn or Twitter.
Dr. Raman Bahal was featured in UConn TODAY’s Meet the Researcher column. To see what this promising new faculty member has been doing since joining UConn in 2017, click HERE
A recent paper authored by Dr. Rui Fang, UConn graduate now at Merck, describing her CPPR project findings was one of eight selected from the 70 papers in the second quarter of Journal of Pharmaceutical Science to be available in its Virtual Issue: Most Original and Most Significant Scientific Findings. CPPR Faculty at Purdue University, Dr. Greg Knipp, also has a paper in the same virtual issue. Read more at https://jpharmsci.org/most-original.