PHA 6935 Dosage Forms and Drug Delivery
Participants in this course will explore the rational formulation and manufacture of dosage forms for all major routes of drug administration. We begin with an overview of the drug development process, followed by a review of the major concepts of biopharmaceutics and pharmaceutical preformulation. With an understanding of these concepts, we will methodically explore how stable and effective dosage forms are developed and manufactured with respect to their intended routes of administration. While the focus will be on small molecule drugs, we will conclude with an overview of the formulation and administration of therapeutic proteins.
|Module 1||Overview of Drug Development and Biopharmaceutics|
|Module 2||Pharmaceutical Preformulation|
|Module 3||Oral Drug Delivery and Dosage Forms|
|Module 4||Buccal, Sublingual, Rectal, and Vaginal Drug Delivery and Dosage Forms|
|Module 5||Topical Drug Delivery and Dosage Forms|
|Module 6||Parenteral Drug Delivery and Dosage Forms|
|Module 7||Intranasal Drug Delivery and Dosage Forms|
|Module 8||Pulmonary Drug Delivery and Dosage Forms|
|Module 9||Spatial and Temporal Control of Drug Delivery|
|Module 10||Formulation and Delivery of Proteins|
No Textbooks are required for this class.
- Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms and Delivery Systems, 10th Ed., LV Allen and HC Ansel. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.
- Physiological Pharmaceutics: Barriers to Drug Absorption, 2nd Ed, N Washington, C Washington, and C Wilson. Taylor & Francis, 2001. An E-book available on-line at UF library.
- Applied Physical Pharmacy 2e. Amiji MM, Cook TJ, Mobley W. eds. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2013. Available in Access Pharmacy.
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