Hindle Lab

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New NIH grant to develop inhalers designed specifically for children to deliver inhaled antibiotics

VCU School of Pharmacy professor Mike Hindle and VCU School of Engineering professor Worth Longest are co-PIs on a new 5 year, $2.5 million R01 grant that will develop high efficiency dry powder inhalers for the delivery of tobramycin to pediatric cystic fibrosis patients Funding from NIH / NICHD will support research by an interdisciplinary […]

Congratulations to Dr. Azimi

Congratulations to Dr. Mandana Azimi, who graduated with her Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Mandana’s dissertation was entitled “Evaluation of the regional drug deposition of nasal delivery devices using in vitro realistic nasal models”. Mandana was also awarded the 2017 Pfizer Consumer Healthcare R&D Leading for Innovation Award which is given to the graduate student in […]

ISAM 2017

Our groups will be attending the upcoming International Society of Aerosols in Medicine meeting in Santa Fe, NM. We have two podium presentations. Dr. Worth Longest will present a podium presentation entitled “Simulating Epithelial Absorption of Dissolving Steroid Particles in the Small Airways”. Dr. Mandana Azimi will present a podium presentation entitled “The Use of […]