In view of its growing portfolio of industry-academia collaborative projects, the Computational Sciences Laboratory at the University of Cyprus (UCY-CompSci) has launched a new website that better highlights the range of services and expertise that it can bring to the table in projects focused on the needs of the pharmaceutical industry. http://ucy-compsci.org
Abstract: The morphometry of the large conducting airways is presumed to have a strong effect on the regional deposition of inhaled aerosol particles. Nevertheless, sex-based differences have not been fully quantified and are still largely ignored in designing inhalation therapies. To this end, we retrospectively analyzed high-resolution computer-tomography scans for 185 individuals (90 women, 95 …
Inhaled medicines are widely used to treat pulmonary and systemic diseases. The efficacy and safety of these medicines can be influenced by the deposited fraction, the regional deposition pattern within the lungs and by post-depositional events such as drug dissolution, absorption and clearance from the lungs. Optimizing performance of treatments thus requires that we understand …
The ERCOFTAC Special Interest Group on “Respiratory Aerosols: Therapeutic Interventions and Environmental Exposure (SIG48) has been launched with the initiative of UCY-CompSci
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“Pulmonary Drug Delivery: Computational Fluid Particle Dynamics and Emerging Functional Imaging Technologies” Prague, October 18-19, 2016 http://www.siminhale-cost.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Prague-Workshop.pdf
“Pulmonary Drug Delivery: Computational Fluid Particle Dynamics & Emerging Functional Imaging Technologies” Prague, October 18-19, 2016 PDF File