The Encyclopedia of Controlled Drug Delivery covers all aspects of controlled drug delivery, including human, agricultural and animal applications. The 70 entries, written by an international team of renowned experts, offers A-to-Z coverage of controlled drug delivery systems for researchers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, agricultural companies, medical device companies, clinical research organizations, and medical schools. The Encyclopedia has been written to address the needs of both novices who need clear, step-by-step guidance as well as experienced scientists and technicians who need the latest information on sophisticated controlled drug release systems.
DR. EDITH MATHIOWITZ is an Associate Professor of Medical Science and Engineering, Department of Molecular Pharmacology & Biotechnology at Brown University. Dr. Mathiowitz is also the DIrector of Graduate Program, Artificial Organs, Biomaterials and Cellular Technology. Among her honors, Dr. Mathiowitz is the recipient of the Whitaker Foundation Award as well as a Recognition Award for Excellence in Guiding Graduate Student Research (Controlled Release Society/Procter & Gamble).
Currently, Dr. Mathiowitz serves on the Board of Governors of the Controlled Release Society. She is also an editorial board member of the Journal of Biomaterials, Journal of Controlled Release and Microencapsulation.
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