The versatility of liposomes makes them advantageous as therapeutics in clinical use.
In this webinar, we will discuss methods to create and study liposomes as drug carriers. A range of technology will be featured, with a focus on high shear fluid processing for production, and light scattering techniques for liposomal characterization.
Release date: December 14, 2020
Type: Online Webinar
Ms. Lidurshani Nagalingam,
DKSH Technology Sdn Bhd
📞 +60 3 7882 6285
Ms. Aswathi Nambiar
Technical Application Specialist, DKSH Technology Sdn Bhd
Ashwathi Nambiar received her Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) and Bachelor of Science (Medical Bioscience) from Monash University Malaysia. She joined DKSH Technology as a Technical Application Specialist. Her role includes pre- and post-sales technical support for Material Characterization techniques, specializing in technologies such as laser diffraction, dynamic light scattering, electrophoretic light scattering and high shear fluid processing.
Malvern Panalytical was formed by the merger of Malvern Instruments Limited and PANalytical B.V. on 1st January 2017, has headquarters in both Almelo (the Netherlands), and in Malvern (UK), and employs over 2,000 people worldwide. The combined entity is a strong player and innovator in the materials characterization market and will leverage the strengths of the individual companies in their end markets, ranging from building materials to pharmaceuticals and from metals and mining to nanomaterials.
Microfluidics International Corporation, the manufacturer of Microfluidizer® high shear fluid processors, is a leader in the design and production of laboratory and commercial processing equipment used in the production of micro- and nano-scale materials for pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical and diverse industries. Microfluidizer® technology enables some of the world’s top companies to create superior products, develop intellectual property, improve process efficiency and capitalize on new revenue streams. They provide the standard for nanoemulsion and nanoparticle applications.