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IPPH Open House to offer information to those considering graduate school and a career in PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

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Are you considering  graduate school and a career in PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES?

Come discover a valuable area of  translational research from molecule to clinical formulation at the 

Purdue University Industrial & Physical Pharmacy Recruiting for the PH.D. Program 

OPEN HOUSE

November 13, 2019

5pm-7pm

College of Pharmacy Collaboration Commons, 2nd floor, Heine Building (RHPH 277)

Food & Refreshments provided.

 

 

IPPH graduate student, Simseok Yuk receives the 2019 Dr. Herbert A. Lieberman Award

Simseok Yuk and Department Head, Dr. Eric Munson

Purdue graduate student, Simseok Yuk, has been selected by the faculty of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy to receive the 2019 Dr. Herbert A. Lieberman Award. This award recognizes Simseok’s 2018-2019 leadership as the president of the AAPS Student Chapter as well as his efforts in serving as host for events such as technology presentations by representatives of national laboratories and pharmaceutical companies and completing the application work to receive a tier-one award in the Purdue Graduate Student Organization Grant Allocation (GSOGA).

Excellent IPPH Representation at the 2019 Gordon Conference

Everyone at the conference

The hills of Waterville Valley, NH were alive in June of 2019 with the sounds of science during the Preclinical Form and Formulation for Drug Discovery 2019 Gordon Research Conference (GRC). Co-chaired by Dr. Elizabeth Topp of Purdue University and Dr. Karthik Nagapudi of Genentech, this year’s theme was “The Role of Form and Formulation Development in Transforming a New Era of Molecules into Therapeutics”.

IPPH June 2019 Newsletter now available online

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Click HERE to read the June 2019 IPPH Newsletter.

This newsletter features:

Outstanding Reviewer for Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr. Qi (Tony) Zhou

Dr Zhou in lab

Dr. Qi (Tony) Zhou of IPPH was selected as an Outstanding Reviewer for Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dr. Zhou has earned the distinction through a combination of the quantity and quality of the reviews he has conducted over the past year.

IPPH Professor Elizabeth Topp leads effort to improve rescue kits for people with diabetes and hypoglycemia

People in the lab

A National Institutes of Health SBIR Phase I/II grant worth up to $1.4 million was recently awarded to Monon Bioventures, LLC to develop better rescue kits for hypoglycemia. The grant will fund a collaboration with Purdue University’s Elizabeth Topp, a professor of industrial and physical pharmacy. The grant will support the pre-clinical development of novel derivatives of glucagon, the drug used in rescue kits.        

 

Open Position: Assistant Professor / Associate Professor / Professor in the general area of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

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The College of Pharmacy at Purdue University is seeking applications to fill a faculty position in the Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy in the general area of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology.

Visit https://www.ipph.purdue.edu/about-IPPH/open-positions to learn about this exciting opportunity and view application details.

Dr. Lynne Taylor receives 2018-2019 Provost's Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Award

Dr. Lynne Taylor

We are extremely proud that IPPH's Dr. Lynne Taylor has been selected for the 2018-19 Provost’s Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Award.  The Provost selects two faculty members annually for this honor.  Dr. Taylor will receive the award at the Graduate School Awards Banquet on May 7, 2019.

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