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Access here additional scientific content published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences including: "freely available" Dedicated Issues to "Giants in the Pharmaceutical Sciences"; "freely available" Special Issue on Pharmaceutical Biotechnology; "freely available" Virtual Issues on Featured Papers, Ebert Prize papers, Biowaiver Monographs, 10 Most Downloaded Papers in 2015, 10 Most Cited Papers in 2015 and Editors' Choices of the Papers containing the Most Original and Most Significant Scientific Findings; other Virtual Issues on Clinical Trials and Translational Medicine Commentaries, Special Topic Commentaries, Global Health papers, and Lessons Learned; and a Drug Delivery Clinical Trials Database.
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The Editorial Team for the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (JPharmSci®) is pleased to announce the dedication of a future issue for the journal to Professor Raj Suryanarayanan (Sury), the William & Mildred Peters Endowed Chair in Pharmaceutics at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. Professor Suryanarayanan is being recognized for his broad contributions to our understanding of the complexity of and the advancement of the science of solids and lyophilized formulations.
For more information the full, freely available Editorial about the Dedicated issue is available here.
On behalf of the Editorial Staff of the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (JPharmSci) and the American Pharmacists Association, it is a pleasure to congratulate Pinunta Nittayacharn, Hai-Xia Yuan, Christopher Hernandez, Peter Bielecki, Haoyan Zhou, and Agata A. Exne from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, Shanghai, China, and GSK, Collegeville, Pennsylvania as recipients of the 2021 Ebert Prize! Their outstanding paper entitled “Enhancing Tumor Drug Distribution with Ultrasound-Triggered Nanobubbles” is freely available here.
The JPharmSci®'s Editorial Team is pleased to announce the appointments of three distinguished scientists by the Board of Trustees of the American Pharmacists Association as Editors for the journal effective immediately. The new Editors are: Dr.Filippos Kesisoglou, Merck & Co. (USA); Dr. Hanns-Christian Mahler, Bionter AG (Germany); and Dr.Christian Schöneich, University of Kansas (USA). All three individuals have served and supported the journal extensively as authors, reviewers, and as long-time members of the Editorial Advisory Board for JPharmSci®'s.
The JPharmSci® Editorial Team announces the retirements of two Editors at the end of December: Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu, Pro-Vice Provost – Africa and the Middle East and Chair of Pharmaceutical Nanoscience (University College London) will be stepping away after 16 years of service; and Professor Thomas Rades, Head of Research at the Department of Pharmacy (University Copenhagen) will be stepping away also after 16 years of service. APhA and the JPharmSci® Editorial Team offer a big THANK YOU to both Ijeoma and Thomas for their dedicated and long-time expert contributions to the success of the journal!
On behalf of the entire Editorial Team of JPharmSci®, we are very pleased to announce that the January, 2022 issue of the journal will be dedicated to Professor Jennifer Dressman. Professor Dressman is a distinguished faculty member and the Director of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology at the Johan Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The Guest Editors for the dedicated issue include: Dr. Bertil Abrahamsson (AstraZeneca); Dr. James M. Butler (GlaxoSmithKline R&D); Professor Rodrigo Cristofoletti (University of Florida); Professor Edmund Kostewicz (Johan Wolfgang Goethe University); Professor Christos Reppas (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens); and Dr. Christoph Saal (Merck). All types of articles including General Commentaries, Global Health Commentaries, Clinical Trials and Translational Medicine Commentaries, Special Topic Commentaries, Perspectives, Minireviews, Reviews, Rapid Communications, Research Articles, Notes, and Lessons Learned that are pertinent to Professor Dressman’s major research interests will be considered for the dedicated issue... More
A full, freely available Editorial about the Dedicated Issue is available here.
Starting in 2007, issues of JPharmSci® have been generated annually to recognize individuals (i.e. Giants in the Pharmaceutical Sciences) who have made numerous and significant contributions to research in the pharmaceutical sciences through publication of their work in JPharmSci®.
The contents of these Dedicated Issues are freely available to visitors of the JPharmSci® website