ADDRES Lab Holiday Party

As we reflect on the past year, we express our gratitude to the incredible ADDRES team for their dedication, hard work, and contributions that made this season truly special. Your commitment to excellence has not only enriched our lives but has also illuminated the spirit of the holidays. Here’s to a well-deserved break, surrounded by…

PhD Candidate Matt Fernez presents ICME by AIChE

PhD Candidate Matt Fernez has presented his poster, “Development of A Hydrogen Sulfide Biosensor and Multiple Particle Tracking to Investigate the Impact on Mucus Barriers”. The poster was done in collaboration with Dr. Benjamin Woolston’s lab at Northeastern University, and our undergraduate team: Whitney Hansberry, Angelie Dumornay, and Simran Malhotra. The conference integrates synthetic biology,…

Victus Kordorwu Presents at the 2023 AIChE Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL

This work suggests an important role of mucus in formulation performance which is largely overlooked in biorelevant dissolution systems used to evaluate today‚Äôs formulations. A rational modification to common biorelevant dissolution testing to include appropriate mucus activity is critical for developing supersaturated drug delivery formulations and improving the prediction of drug precipitation risk. https://aiche.confex.com/aiche/2023/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/663376…