Departmental News

IPPH PhD student and professor receive outstanding NIPTE awards

Dr. Tony Zhou and Nivedita Shetty

Nivedita Shetty (Tony Zhou lab) received the 2018 NIPTE Outstanding Student Award.  The award is given to graduate students with outstanding scientific achievements in the areas of pharmaceutical science and technology.

Dr. Qi (Tony) Zhou elected as an editor of AAPS PharmSciTech

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Dr. Qi (Tony) Zhou was recently elected as an Editor of AAPS PharmSciTech, effective from July 1, 2018. 

The June 2018 IPPH Newsletter has been released!

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Learn about what is new in IPPH in the June 2018 IPPH newsletter. Read the newsletter by clicking HERE

 

 

Purdue IPPH Students attend the 2018 Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Meeting

Photo of Purdue IPPH Students attending the 2018 Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Meeting

IPPH Graduate Students attend the 2018 Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Meeting (PGSRM)!

Thirteen Purdue IPPH students traveled to the University of Minnesota in June to attend the 50th Annual Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Meeting. This annual meeting provides a "platform for pharmaceutics graduate students to present their research and participate in critical discussions on current, cutting-edge research in the field, all while fostering life-long and meaningful connections with fellow graduate students".

Dr. Eric Munson appointed Head of the Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy

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The College of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Eric J. Munson as the new Head of the Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy. Dr. Munson is currently the Patrick DeLuca Endowed Professor in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Kentucky. His start date is September 1, 2018.

 

Zhou receives Chaney Family Early Faculty Scholar Award

photo of Dr. Tony Zhou in lab

The purpose of this award is to recognize a Purdue College of Pharmacy faculty member in the first ten years of their career who has demonstrated outstanding scholarship.

Innovation and impact are the primary desired characteristics of the discovery and research program developed by a faculty member nominated for this award. Indicators or measures of the quality and impact of the research include:

Topp receives 2018 Chaney Faculty Scholar award

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Dr. Elizabeth Topp is the recipient of the 2018 Chaney Faculty Scholar award. This award is the highest research award given to faculty by the Purdue College of Pharmacy. The award recognizes outstanding research, scholarship or creative activity including professional accomplishments in the recipient's field. Recipients are presented with a plaque and $2,500. The award was established through the generosity of Jeannie (BS 1961) and James B. Chaney.

 

Byrn receives the Morrill Award

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Dr. Stephen Byrn was selected as the 2018 recipient of the Morrill Award, the highest career achievement recognition for a faculty member at Purdue University. He is honored for his excellence and synergies as teacher, scholar and engaged professor over many years! Congratulations Dr. Byrn!

 

For more information about Dr. Byrn and his research, please visit https://www.ipph.purdue.edu/faculty/sbyrn

 

Moseson awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

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Dana Moseson has been awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for her project “Process Design of Hot Melt Extruded Pharmaceuticals for Optimized Manufacturability and Product Performance.” This three-year national award is highly competitive, only given to those graduate students who demonstrate great potentials in their pursuit of research distinction.

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