In this inaugural lecture Professor Snow Stolnik will review her work surrounding new drug formulations for use in future medicines.
New drug molecules, arising from advances in drug discovery and biotechnology, offer the potential to redefine the treatments of degenerative, genetic, autoimmune diseases, or cancer – if their delivery challenges can be addressed. New pharmaceutical solutions are needed to transport these drug molecules across formidable biological barriers of the body and deliver them at desired locations in target tissue, or individual cells, where they need to act.
This event will be taking place in B34 Boots Science Building, University Park, between 5-7:30pm on Monday 16 December.
This event is free and all are welcome, for more information or to enquire about booking please email Carol Turrill.
11 March 2021