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Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences CARL A. ANDERSON, Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences; Ph.D., Texas (Austin). Sensor technology for the study and control of pharmaceutical manufacturing, employing technologies such as acoustic and near-infrared spectroscopy processed by chemometric methods. LAWRENCE H. BLOCK, Professor of Pharmaceutics; Ph.D., Maryland. Theoretical aspects of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics; controlled and modified release drug and cosmetic delivery system development; excipient characterization; pharmaceutic aspects of chitin, chitosan, and chitinosans; pharmaceutical engineering, especially scale-up of processing of non-parenteral liquids and semi-solids; and hydrophilic gels as drug delivery systems. JAMES K. DRENNEN III, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics; Ph.D., Kentucky. Pharmaceutical and medical applications of near-infrared spectroscopy, process control, chemometrics, process analytical technology. PETER WILDFONG, Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutics; Ph.D., Purdue. Pharmaceutical materials science, with current research projects exploring how specific physico-chemical and structural properties of pharmaceutically relevant materials impact large-scale manufacturing and final dosage form performance; emphasis on mechanically activated solid state phase transformations of APIs and excipients; investigating the potential of high-shear induction of polymorphism and amorphization.

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