Editorial Board ::: Current Drug Delivery

ISSN: 1875-5704 (Online)
ISSN: 1567-2018 (Print)


Volume 14, 8 Issues, 2017


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Editor-in-Chief:
Istvan Toth
School of Pharmacy,University of Queensland
Brisbane, 4072
Australia


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Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief:

Istvan Toth
School of Pharmacy,University of Queensland
Brisbane, 4072
Australia



Co-Editors:

Yoshihiro Hayakawa
Faculty of Engineering Department of Applied Chemistry Aichi Institute of Technology 1247 Yachigusa, Yakusa-cho
Toyota, Aichi 470-0392
Japan

Manmohan Singh
Novartis Vaccines Vaccine Delivery Group 4560 Horton Street, MS 4.3
Emeryville, CA 94608
USA

David S. Jones
School of Pharmacy,Queen's University of Belfast,Medical Biology Centre,97, Lisburn Road
Belfast, BT9 7BL
UK

Hiraku Onishi
Department of Drug Delivery Research Hoshi University, 2-4-41, Ebara Shinagawa-ku
Tokyo, 142-8501
Japan


Assistant Editor(s):

J. Blanchfield
School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences University of Queensland
Australia


Associate Editors:

Cristina Bonferoni
University of Pavia
Pavia
Italy

Sam T. Mathew
Research & Development Biocon Ltd
Bangalore, Karnataka
India


Editorial Board Members:

A. Agrawal
DyoDelta Biosciences Ltd
Edmonton
Canada

H.O. Alpar
University of London
London
UK

H.A.E. Benson
Curtin University of Technology
Perth
Australia

B. Boyd
Monash University (Parkville Campus)
Parkville
Australia

M. R. Doschak
University of Alberta
London
UK

H. Gu
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN
USA

H. Ichikawa
Kobe Gakuin University
Kobe
Japan

H.-W. Kim
Dankook University
Cheonan, 330-714
Republic of Korea

M. Lebl
Illumina, Inc.
San Diego
USA

A. Margaritis
The University of Western Ontario, London
Ontario
Canada

F. Peri
University of Milano
Milano
Italy

L. Prokai
University of North Texas Health Science Center
TX
USA

B. Rihova
Institute of Microbiology
Czech Republic

P. Rovero
Universita' di Firenze
Firenze
Italy

M. Skwarczynski
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD
Australia

V. Torchilin
Northeastern University
Boston, MA
USA

D.W. Wang
Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST)
Rep. of China 430030

X. Wu
Eli Lilly and Company
Greenfield, IN
USA

H. Ai
National Engineering Research Center for Biomaterials, Sichuan University
Chengdu
China

P. Artursson
Biomedical Centre
Uppsala
Sweden

P. Blasi
Univ. of Camerino
Camerino
Italy

S.T. Chen
Institute of Biological Chemistry
Taipei
Taiwan

V. Ferro
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow
UK

B. He
Sichuan University
Chengdu
China

T. Inazu
Tokai University
Kanagawa
Japan

J. H. Kopeček
University of Utah (UT)
Salt Lake City
USA

J. Li
National University of Singapore
Singapore

L. Otvos
OLPE
Audubon, PA
USA

Y. Perrie
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow
UK

T. Rades
University of Otago
Dunedin
New Zealand

M. Roberts (Biography
M. Roberts

Michael (Mike) S. Roberts PhD DSc is a NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow, Professor of Therapeutics & Pharmaceutical Science at the University of South Australia; Professor of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics at The University of Queensland and is Director of the Therapeutics Research Centre (TRC), based at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (Brisbane) and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Adelaide). His research outputs include: 7 books, more than 450 peer reviewed research publications, >50 book chapters; > 200 invited international talks and a leader of research teams funded by Australian and International Research bodies. He has recently been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health & Medical Science.

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University of Queensland
Queensland
Australia

F. Shakeel
King Saud University
Riyadh
Saudi Arabia

C. Strachan
Faculty of Pharmacy
Dunedin
Germany

I.F. Uchegbu
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow
UK

K.H. Weismuller
EMC Microcollections GmbH
Tubingen
Germany

N. Yuksel (Biography
N. Yuksel

Professor Yuksel is a pharmacist with a research focus on pharmaceutical technology. After graduation, she worked as a pharmacist at Ministry of Health and Social Services, General Directorate of Pharmaceuticals and Pharmacy for one year, then she became a research assistant in Ankara University Faculty of Pharmacy. She got her M.Sc. degree in 1998 and Ph.D. degree in 1995 at the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology in Ankara University Faculty of Pharmacy. In 1998, she worked as a postdoc fellow in Industrial Pharmacy Program at the University of Cincinnati Faculty of Pharmacy for one year. She worked as an assistant professor between 1999-2005; obtained the title of Associate Professor in 2005; and she became a Professor in 2010. Her research interests include formulation approaches for enhancing solubility of poorly soluble drugs, development of modified release dosage forms: semisolid matrix into hard gelatin capsules, tablets, polymeric microspheres; and nanoparticulate drug delivery systems including niosomes, proniosomes, polymeric micelles. She has about 45 scientific articles and 35 symposium presentations. She has several research grants from Turkish Scientific and Technological Research Council to support her research. She is editorial board member of the journals named “Current Drug Delivery”, “Drug Delivery Letters”, and “The Scientific World Journal”. She currently serves as a member of the advisory committee for generic drug products in Turkey Drug and Medicinal Device Agency.

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Ankara University
Ankara
Turkey

R. Alany
School of Pharmacy and Chemistry, Kingston University
London
UK

K.V. Barar
Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) Bikaner
Rajasthan
India

R. Borchardt
The University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS
USA

F. Cilurzo
Università degli Studi di Milano
Milano
Italy

M. Foldvari
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, SK
Canada

R.C. Hermida
University of Vigo
Vigo
Spain

S. K. Jain
Dr. Hari Singh Gour University
SAGAR , MP
india

M. Lane
School of Pharmacy, University of London
London
UK

P. Malyala
Vaccine Chemistry & Formulations Novartis Vaccines 45 Sidney Street
Cambridge, MA
USA

R. Panchagnula
NIPER
Punjab
India

R. Polt (Biography
R. Polt

R. Polt has embraced several relatively diverse scientific disciplines in his career, often running counter to the prevailing wisdom and advice. He studied Chemistry at IUPUI under the direction of Prof. Martin J. O’Donnell, where he was involved in the enantioselective alkylation of masked glycine anion and cation equivalents to produce the first of the “O’Donnell Schiff Bases.” (Ph2C=O + H2NCH2CO2CH2CH3 → Ph2C=NCH2CO2CH2CH3) An NSF Fellowship that took him to Columbia University where he studied with Prof. Gilbert J. Stork where he earned his Ph.D. in 1986, and then on to Prof. Dieter Seebach’s group in Zürich where he studied the alkylation of peptides in addition to glycine equivalents. Robin shifted his interests toward the synthesis and evaluation of glycopeptide drugs at the University of Arizona starting in 1988. His glycosylated neuropeptides showed excellent biological activity, extended stability in vitro and in vivo, and also cross the blood-brain barrier to produce central effects. Presently, Robin is involved in the study of glycolipid surfactants as drug delivery vehicles in addition to the glycopeptide drugs, which also possess surface activity, which is key to their distribution in vivo.

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University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
USA

M.A. Repka
The University of Mississippi
Mississippi, MS
USA

S. Roffler
Institute of Biomedical Sciences
Taipei
Taiwan

P. Simerská
The University of Queensland
Brisbane
Australia

H.C.Lutz F. Tietze
University of Goettingen TammannstraBe
Goettingen
Germany

R.B. Walker
Rhodes University
Grahamstown
South Africa

A. Williams
University of Bradford
Bradford, West Yorkshire
UK


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