GCBS PROFESSOR AAPS FELLOW AWARD RECIPIENT
The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists awarded Dr. Guru Betageri, Ph.D., Associate Dean of the Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences, with the AAPS Fellows honor. He was recognized for his outstanding contributions which elevate the stature of the pharmaceutical sciences and for his professional excellence in fields relevant to the mission of the AAPS. This award was given for his professional competence and is reflected through his scholarly and research contributions to the pharmaceutical sciences such as original articles and scientific presentations at annual meetings and/or patents.
His research expertise includes liposome, proliposome and lipid based drug delivery systems. Dr. Betageri is an inventor of the “Proliposomal” technology and has been awarded four U.S. patents. He has co-authored a book entitled “Liposome Drug Delivery” and contributed to several book chapters. He serves as a member of several professional societies and is a charter member of AAPS. Dr. Betageri has served as an advisor/co-advisor to 20 M.S. and Ph.D. students and has been a thesis committee member for more than 30 students.
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Three individual programs are offered:
Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences
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