Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences

College of Pharmacy

BPS Seminars Spring 2012

Spring 2012 Seminar Series
Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences

College of Pharmacy Building (PHAR)
833 South Wood Street
Chicago, IL 60612

Date Time Room Speaker Name Affiliation Talk Title Host
3:30 PHAR 134-3

1/18 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Gregory Lanza Ph.D.
Univ of Washington
Emergent Nanomedicine Drug Delivery and Imagining Technologies from CTRAIN
01/25 3:30 PHAR 134-3

02/01 3:30 PHAR 134-3

02/08 3:30 PHAR 134-3

02/15 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Hussain Munir, Ph.D
Bristo-Myers Squibb
Non-Invasive Systemic Drug Delivery  - Developability Consideration for Alternate Routes of Administration in Industry
02/22 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Dr. Monsheel Sodhi
Disrupted RNA Editing of the Glutamate and Serotonin Systems in Psychiatric Disorders
02/29 3:30 PHAR 134-3

03/07 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Hugh Smyth, Ph.D.
Univ of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
Navigating the Obstacle Course:
Drug Delivery to the Lung
03/14 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Zheng-Rong Lu, Ph.D
Case Western Reserve University
Design of Novel MRI Contrast Agents for Cancer Imaging
03/21 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Samir Mitragotri
Engineering, UCSB
Designed Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery
03/28 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Cetin Cetinkaya, Ph.D.
Clarkson University
Mechanical Properties Characterization, Testing and Monitoring of Drugs Tablets
04/04 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Fariborz (Fred) Mortazavi, M.D.
"Exploring Prometastatic Signals in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer"
04/11 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Dr. Yoon Yeo
Purdue University
Seeing is Not Believing,at Least not for Nanoparticles
04/18 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Dr. Jeremy Johnson
UIC /Pharmacy
" Dual disruption of androgen and estrogen  receptors for prostate cancer"
04/25 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Dr. Kannan Rangaramanujam
John Hopkins Medical Center
"Dendrimer-based targeted therapeutics for CNS applications
05/02 3:30 PHAR 134-3 Dr. Nina Isoherranen
Univ of Washington
The Effect of Xenobiotics on CYP26 Activity, Retinoic Acid Homeostasis and Signaling

For more informaiton contact Celina Tejada by phone at +1(312)996-0888.

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