The results of another CPPR project have been published in December issue of the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. CPPR Faculty, Changquan Calvin Sun, of University of Minnesota and his group showed the change in order of tabletability of three drug powders by the addition of microcrystalline cellulose. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xphs.2020.09.005
Sameera Sansare (from Dr. Bodhi Chaudhuri’s Lab) was honored with the Edward Victor Gant Scholarship at UConn for her community involvement. Sameera is a mentor for 1000 Girls, the New York Academy of Sciences’ program to engage young women in STEM careers https://www.nyas.org/programs/global-stem-alliance/1000-girls-1000-futures/.
Dr. Lynne Taylor, Retter Professor of Pharmacy at Purdue University in the Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, was honored by the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists with the Dale Wurster Research Award. Awarded every other year, The Wurster Research Awards is for significant research contributions in pharmaceutics. Dr. Taylor is the second CPPR faculty to be selected for the Wurster Award. She joins Dr. Diane Burgess, the 2018 awardee.