NGDI-UBC is pleased to award the following travelships in the amount of $750.00 for students presenting papers at the 2012 AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition to be held in Chicago, October 14–18.
Controlled Delivery of Tenofovir Prodrug from Reservoir Intravaginal Rings
R. Rastogi 1, R. S. Teller 1, P. M. Mesquita 2, T. J. Johnson 1, B. C. Herold 3, P. F. Kiser 1
1 University of Utah, 2 Albert Einstein College, 3 Albert Einstein College of Medicine
In Vitro Assessment of Potential Interaction between HIV Protease Inhibitor, Ritonavir and Anticancer Drugs, Erlotinib and Imatinib in Primary Cultures of Human Hepatocytes
V. C. Pillai, R. A. Parise, S. M. Christner, S. C. Strom, J. H. Beumer, R. Venkataramanan
University of Pittsburgh
Mechanism of Reduced Efavirenz Metabolism by the CYP2B6*6 Allele In Vitro and Genotype-based Prediction of Efavirenz Pharmacokinetics by Physiologically-based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Modeling
C. Xu 1, S. K. Quinney 1, Y. Guo 2, S. D. Hall 2, Z. Desta 1
1 Indiana University, 2 Eli Lilly and Company
This is the second year the that NGDI-UBC has offerred student travelships for the global health stream. We congratulate these students and look forward to viewing their work at the October conference.