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Guest Webinar: Nanoemulsion Delivery of Drugs and Nutrients

Online | Posted on March 7th, 2011

Microfluidics is honored to present guest speaker Robert Nicolosi, Ph.D., M.S., CNS, Professor and Director of the Center for Health & Disease Research at the University of Massachusetts (Lowell).

Professor Nicolosi is an experienced and innovative user of Microfluidizer high shear processing technology and continues to demonstrate breakthrough results using nanoemulsions to deliver oncology drugs and nutrients to the body.

His latest publication involving Microfluidics technology is entitled, "A Nanoemulsion Formulation of Dacarbazine Reduces Tumor Size in a Xenograft Mouse Epidermoid Carcinoma Model Compared to Dacarbazine Suspension" (S.Kakumanu, Tagne, Wilson and Nicolosi)

Register today (10am session or 2pm session) for a unique opportunity to interact with Professor Nicolosi as he details his acclaimed findings and ongoing work in pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and cosmeceutical delivery using nanoemulsions.

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