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BUCCAL-PEP attends the conway festival!

We are delighted to share that University College Dublin‘s Sahil Malhotra participated in the Conway Festival, commemorating its 20th anniversary of impactful research and collaboration. Sahil delivered a comprehensive presentation explaining the core objectives of the BUCCAL-PEP project and presented the progress of our experiments so far. The Conway Institute fosters interdisciplinary collaboration,

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🔬 Exciting Career Opportunity in Oral Drug Delivery! 🔬

Are you ready to leverage your formulation skills to pioneer novel (oral) drug delivery systems for treating serious chronic diseases? Explore your potential with a 2-year postdoc position in a global R&D organization as part of the EU-funded Horizon Europe program, BUCCAL-PEP. Apply now and be at the forefront of

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Be a part of our research, submit your manuscript to frontiers!

Ever heard of Frontiers, the 3rd most-cited and 6th largest research publisher and open science platform? Their research journals are community-driven and peer-reviewed by editorial boards of more than 260,000 top researchers, and you can be a part of it. In alignment with their mission to make science open and foster

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Unraveling Innovations in Drug Delivery: DTU Summer School

Sandeep Karki, a PhD student at the University College Dublin (UCD), and Dr. Sahil Malhotra, a DevelopMed Postdoctoral Researcher at UCD embarked on a two-week academic expedition at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), spanning from August 21st to September 1st. Here they visited Dr. Nazanin Zanhanizadeh Ezazi, a fellow Postdoctoral

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New Article: Safety of surfactant excipients in oral drug formulations

In our ADDR paper, “Safety of Surfactant Excipients in Oral Drug Formulations” by Sam Maher and colleagues, we reviewed scientific literature that explore the safety issues around extra materials placed in tablets and capsules, apart from the drug itself.  The extra substances are called “excipients” and they are added to

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