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Half-time seminar: Artificial colonic mucus development as in vitro drug diffusion testing platform
Marco Tjakra, PhD student at the Department of Pharmacy and SweDeliver, presents his work to improve our understanding of drug dissolution, diffusion, and absorption from the human colon with a focus on the role of the colonic mucus layer. His aim is to design drug delivery decision trees for colonic drug delivery as well as improved in silico models for drug absorption from the colon.
Half-time seminar: Drug delivery platform for optimal intestinal absorption of oral antibiotics
Xiguo He, Phd Student at the Department of Pharmacy and SweDeliver, presents her work to improve the oral bioavailability of antibiotics using nanoparticles that are stable in the gastrointestinal tract (GIT), efficient solubilizers of poorly soluble antibiotics and highly membrane-permeable, with the purpose to increase drug delivery to the systemic circulation.
Uppsala Konsert&Kongress, Vaksala torg
New Horizons in Drug Delivery and Formulations 2023
SweDeliver, NextBioForm and Nordic POP invite to Open conference: New Horizons in Drug Delivery and Formulations 2023. Welcome to Uppsala Concert & Congress and experience the latest scientific advances in drug delivery and formulations . Full program to be announced on the conference webpage.
Half-time seminar: Influence of intra- and extracellular free drug concentrations in the human colon on local and systemic drug exposure
Rebekkah Hammar, Phd Student at the Department of Pharmacy and SweDeliver, presents her work to determine drug distribution in human colonoids and microbiota models to create a PBPK model of the colonic environment. Thus, enabling better estimation of colonic drug efficacy and to reduce the need for animal models.