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June 3rd, 2005
CRS organises international symposium on NDDS
The sixth international symposium on "Advances in technology and business potential of New Drug Delivery Systems (NDDS)" organised by Controlled Release Society (Indian Chapter) (CRS) was recently held in Mumbai.
A talk on "Molecular mechanism of gene/drug delivery with nanoparticles" was delivered by Dr Vinod Labhasetwar, associate professor at the Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE.
The second day began with a lecture on "Nanoparticles technology and its pharmaceutical applications" by Prof Y Capan, Turkey.
Dr Lehr, Head, Dept of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology, Saarland University, Germany, spoke on "Pharmaceutical nano-biotechnology: Perspectives for drug targeting, gene delivery and tissue engineering."
Dr D’Emanuele, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK. He explained polymer architecture of dendrimers in his talk on "Prodrugs and nanocarriers: Use of dendrimer nanocarriers to enhance oral bioavailability."
Nebraska Medical Center
University of Manchester
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