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 a Physically Realistic Nasal Airway Model for the Assessment of In Vitro Transepithelial Transport of Nasally Administered Drugs”. Her co-authors are Ruba Darweesh, Michael Hindle, Dale R. Farkas, Laleh Golshahi, Masahiro Sakagami, and P. Worth Longest.
We also have a number of poster presentations.
High Efficiency Nose-to-Lung (N2L) Aerosol Delivery in an Infant: Development of a Validated CFD Method. Karl Bass, Susan Boc, Michael Hindle, P. Worth Longest.
Development of a High Efficiency Inline Dry Powder Inhaler that Requires Low Air Volume
Dale Farkas, Michael Hindle, P. Worth Longest.
Development and Characterization of a Mixer-Heater System for Testing Excipient Enhanced Growth Aerosol Delivery in Human Subjects.Benjamin Spence, Xiangyin Wei, Michael Hindle, P. Worth Longest.
Improved Nose-to-Lung (N2L) Aerosol Delivery in an In Vitro Infant Airway Model. Susan Boc, Ben Spence, Karl Bass, P. Worth Longest, Michael Hindle.