CPPR Project Explores Formulation Design for Inkjet-based 3D Tablets

CPPR Faculty, @BodhiChaudhuri, and his research team report on the formulation parameters required for printability of tablets using inkjet processing.  They suggest several preformulation studies to assure printability and tablet performance. Read more at  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpharm.2020.119430. @KoyelSen, @ArushiManchanda, @TanuMehta, and @AnsonMa are co-authors on the @UConn Research publication.

Another @Kildsig CPPR Project Yields Results Available from J Pharm Sci free until July 9, 2020

CPPR student, @Rui Fang, now at Merck and her co-authors, @Robin Bogner, Steven Nail and the late Michael Pikal, published more of thefindings from her CPPR project.  See the article “Stability of Freeze-Dried Protein Formulations: Contributions of Ice Nucleation Temperature and Residence Time in the Freeze-Concentrate”.  Click on https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1b5id55Jf5M59 to see the full article.

CPPR Faculty promoted to Full Professor

The Board of Trustees of the University of Connecticut voted on April 29, 2020 to promote Kildsig CPPR Faculty, Bodhi Chaudhuri, to Full Professor effective August 23, 2020.  Dr. Chaudhuri is best known for discrete element modeling (DEM) of many pharmaceutical processes.  Recently, he has expanded his research group’s modeling expertise to modeling that couples DEM with computational fluid dynamics modeling, and artificial neural networks.