The mission of the Center for Pharmaceutical Processing Research (CPPR) is to foster an interdisciplinary approach to pharmaceutical processing-related research, to catalyze interaction between industrial and academic scientists, and to make the application of a basic science approach to formulation and manufacture of drug products an integral part of graduate pharmaceutical education.
May 17-19, 2015
University of Connecticut
“Drug Solubility and Solubilization – Impact of Solid-state Properties and Solution Phase Phenomena”
Dr. Rodolfo Pinal, Purdue Univ.
CPPR Webinar #2 - Recording
“Advances in Freeze Drying:
Controlled Ice Nucleation”
Dr. Michael Pikal, Univ. of CT
CPPR Webinar #1 - Recording
“Stabilization of Amorphous Phases” Dr. Raj Suryanarayanan, Univ. of MN
The CPPR was funded in part by the National Science Foundation under the Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers (I/UCRC) program, which encourages cooperative research between academia and industry. More