SEDA Scientists are contributing authors in a new biopharmaceutics textbook
No less than five members of the SEDA team are proud contributors to the latest biopharmaceutics textbook published by Wiley, expertly edited by Hannah Batchelor, Professor of Biopharmaceutics at the University of Strathclyde.
In Biopharmaceutics – From Fundamentals to Industrial Practice, Scientists from the UK’s Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (APS) Biopharmaceutics Focus Group discuss the tools and techniques used within the field of biopharmaceutics and their applications to drug development.
SEDA authors applied their expert knowledge of biopharmaceutics and drug product design & performance to contribute to the following chapters:
As defined in the introductory chapter, biopharmaceutics is the science associated with the physical/chemical properties of the drug product and the interactions of this product with parameters linked to the route of administration that affect the rate and extent of drug uptake or presence at the site for local action. Having this expertise closely allied with pharmaceutical formulation manufacturing expertise is what we at SEDA believe gives our clients a unique benefit, enabling the design of a formulation that will not only perform optimally in the body, but will also possess the qualities required for a stable, robust product that can be manufactured at scale.
We are delighted to have had the opportunity to contribute to educational materials which we hope will prove a valuable training resource for the formulation scientists of the future, assisting in the design and development of patient centric dosage forms.
The book can be accessed via the publisher’s website using the link below or found in all good bookshops.