Formulating Nanomedicines: Current Challenges and Solutions


April 26, 2016

Nanomedicines are a promising treatment modality for the targeted delivery and controlled release of therapeutic agents. To fully achieve the potential of nanomedicines there is a need to improve the reproducibility and scalability of production methods. Join Dr. Gesine Heuck for this informative webinar as she reviews the basic principles of lipid-based nanoparticle production, challenges to producing nanomedicines, as well as methods currently available for nanomedicine production with specific focus on lipid nanoparticles and liposomes. This is the first in our series of 30-minute webinars exploring nanomedicine manufacture. Future webinars in this series will focus on other types of nanoparticles as well as a more in-depth discussions of our technology.

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