Kentucky Innovation & Enterprise Conference
Collaborations, pharma industry, formulations, research
With the recent approval by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) for the pre accreditation status, Sullivan University College of Pharmacy will welcome the inaugural class of students in July 2008. The college offers a three year professional graduate program leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree. There are more than 18 faculty members with expertise in various fields such as Pharmaceutical Technology, Physical Pharmacy, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmacokinetics, clinical practices in various settings, and collaborative research. The college is developing over 3000 sq. ft. of laboratory space as well as developing research facilities. The faculty have expertise in various aspects of the pharmaceutical business including pre formulation studies, formulation and characterization of drug delivery systems, nano drug delivery systems (especially nano dispersions and nano carriers), polymeric drug delivery systems, microbiological evaluations, clinical studies, nutraceutical formulations and applications, and others. This poster describes the achievements of the college of pharmacy in the last year as well as discusses the expertise of its faculty.
Pathak, Yashwant V.; Tran, Hieu T.; Facione, F. P.; Daugherty, Kimberly K.; Soja, Walter D.; Ansong, Miriam A.; Clark, D. B.; Cleary, D. B.; Coronel, M. L.; Hughes, Carolyn F.; Koomer, Ajoy; Stephens, E. A.; Wessel, H. L.; and Yendapally, R., "Exploring Collaborations" (2008). Pharmacy Practice Faculty Presentations. 682.