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24. Eastern Analytical Symposium & Exhibition (EAS), Somerset, NJ. Invited Speaker. Coblentz EAS Session: ''"Spectroscopic Applications in Biologics.''" Presentation Title:''"Characterization and Spectroscopic Applications in Pulmonary Delivery and Advanced Dry Powder Inhalers."'' 2013. [http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CDAQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Feasinc.org%2Fwordpress%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2013%2F04%2FInvited-Sessions-Retort-13-web.pdf&ei=VoyCUeKwDNG90QGh14GoBA&usg=AFQjCNHd1WIxlTFWwyTfKeL2VfTuSfK5FA&sig2=A8ZIGQZUAAcng7OImT7dqA&bvm=bv.45921128,d.dmQ] [http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&ved=0CDYQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Feasinc.org%2Fwordpress%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2013%2F04%2FEAS-April-Retort-2013-final1.pdf&ei=VoyCUeKwDNG90QGh14GoBA&usg=AFQjCNGelg8XbLU_hEjKQSfljVJUd5pUkw&sig2=UNYlvhfPSxucRKODNoIRzg&bvm=bv.45921128,d.dmQ]
24. Eastern Analytical Symposium & Exhibition (EAS), Somerset, NJ. Invited Speaker. Coblentz EAS Session: ''"Spectroscopic Applications in Biologics.''" Presentation Title:''"Characterization and Spectroscopic Applications in Pulmonary Delivery and Advanced Dry Powder Inhalers."'' 2013. [http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CDAQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Feasinc.org%2Fwordpress%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2013%2F04%2FInvited-Sessions-Retort-13-web.pdf&ei=VoyCUeKwDNG90QGh14GoBA&usg=AFQjCNHd1WIxlTFWwyTfKeL2VfTuSfK5FA&sig2=A8ZIGQZUAAcng7OImT7dqA&bvm=bv.45921128,d.dmQ] [http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&ved=0CDYQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Feasinc.org%2Fwordpress%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2013%2F04%2FEAS-April-Retort-2013-final1.pdf&ei=VoyCUeKwDNG90QGh14GoBA&usg=AFQjCNGelg8XbLU_hEjKQSfljVJUd5pUkw&sig2=UNYlvhfPSxucRKODNoIRzg&bvm=bv.45921128,d.dmQ]
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25.Buchi Hands-On Spray Drying Course, Buchi U.S. Headquarters. Newark, DE. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: ''"Designing High Performing Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Dry Powder Inhalers by Organic Solution Advanced Spray Drying.''" 2014. [http://mybuchi.com/Agenda.34656.0.html]
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25.Buchi Hands-On Spray Drying Course, Newark, DE. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: ''"Designing High Performing Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Dry Powder Inhalers by Organic Solution Advanced Spray Drying.''" 2014. [http://mybuchi.com/Agenda.34656.0.html]
==Short-Course/Workshop Instructor==
==Short-Course/Workshop Instructor==

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Shalom Aleichem. Carpe Diem. Sursum.

Contents

"The Leading Research University in the American Southwest" "Sursum"

The University of Arizona, College of Pharmacy, 1703 E. Mabel St., Office 434/Lab 435 Skaggs Pharmaceutical Sciences Center, Tucson, AZ 85721-0202.

Email: mansour@pharmacy.arizona.edu Office Telephone: (520) 626-2768. Lab Telephone:(520) 626-3232

Websites

Research & Education: [1] Graduate Program-Faculty Member:[2] Institute of the Environment-Affiliated Faculty Member: [3] NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center[4]-Associate Member: [5]

Google Scholar Publications: [6] PubMed Publications: [7] LinkedIn Profile: [8] Research Gate Profile: [9]

College of Pharmacy: http://www.pharmacy.arizona.edu

http://www.pharmacy.arizona.edu/visitors/college-of-pharmacy-facts

The University of Arizona: http://www.arizona.edu/about/highlights-rankings

http://www.shanghairanking.com/ARWU2013.html

The University of Arizona Medical Center: http://uanews.org/story/university-of-arizona-medical-center-again-a-u-s-news-best-hospital

Professor Mansour Links

1. University of Wisconsin-Madison: [10] [11]

2. Tel Aviv University: [12] [13]

3. Harvard Medical School: [14]

4. Standford University School of Medicine: [15]

5. Emory University School of Medicine: [16]

6. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center: [17]

7. Case Western Reserve University: [18]

8. University of Colorado-Denver:[19][20]

9.University of Utah: [21]

Education

Postdoctorate, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill[22], School of Pharmacy[23], 1/2006-6/2008

Postdoctorate, University of Wisconsin-Madison[24], School of Pharmacy[25][26], 2004

Ph.D. Major-Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmaceutics & Drug Delivery), University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Pharmacy, 12/2003

Ph.D. Minor-Advanced Physical & Biophysical Interfacial Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Chemistry, 12/1999

B.S.-Pharmacy (Distinction & Honors), University of Wisconsin-Madison, 5/1996

Research Program

Research in the Mansour lab focuses on the fundamental and applied aspects of surface and interfacial chemistry, nanotechnology, and particle engineering technologies in the design and optimization of advanced drug delivery systems. Multifunctional polymeric phospholipid (lipopolymeric) self-assemblies are optimized for targeted drug delivery, nanomedicine, and multifunctional microparticles and nanoparticles in the solid-state as dry powder inhalation aerosols in the targeted treatment and prevention of several pulmonary diseases. These microparticulate/nanoparticulate dry powders which are targeted directly to the lung as dry powder inhalers are biocompatible, biodegradable, mucopenetrating, and provide sustained drug release. We utilize various types of inhaler devices for both in vitro and in vivo rodent animal models. A systematic Quality-by-Design (QbD) approach in the solid-state is used and includes comprehensive physicochemical characterization, design of experiments (DOEs), performance modeling, and prediction. Pulmonary diseases with unmet medical needs that we investigate in vitro and in vivo include lung transplantation, lung cancer, infectious diseases, lung inflammatory fibrotic diseases, and autoimmune diseases. Our research program includes translational medicine, as exemplified by several successful collaborations with physician-scientists.

Editorial Advisory Board Member (EAB)& Scientific Advisor

1. Pharmaceutical Technology North America[27]

2. Recent Patents on Nanomedicine [28]

3. Recent Patents on Drug Delivery & Formulation [29]

4. Journal of Pharmaceutical Technology & Drug Research (United Kingdom) [30]

5. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences-Scientific Advisor to the Editors [31]

National Expert Committees

1. NIH/NICHD U.S. Pediatric Formulations Initiative (PFI) New Drug Delivery Systems (NDDS) Working Group-Aerosols

Honors & Awards

  • 2010, Mercer School of Pharmacy Dept of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmabeat 2010 Researcher of the Issue, Mercer University
  • 2007-2008, Post Doctoral Fellow Award in Pharmaceutics, PhRMA Foundation
  • 2007-2008, Post Doctoral Scholars Award for Research Excellence, Office of the Vice Chancellor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • 2007, Post Doctoral Fellow Award in Research Excellence, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)
  • 2001, Walter F. Enz Award in Research Excellence in the Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacia Upjohn Global Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • 2000-2002, PhRMA Advanced Predoctoral Fellow Award in Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Researchers & Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) Foundation
  • 1999-2001, AFPE Predoctoral Fellow Award, American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education (AFPE)
  • 1996, Merck Award in Excellence in Pharmacy, Merck
  • 1996, Distinction and Honors in Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 1994, Academic Excellence Award, Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honor Society
  • 1993, Sophomore Honors Award, College of Letters and Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 1992, Chemistry Enrichment Award, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 1991-1995, Wisconsin Academic Excellence Award Scholar, Wisconsin Governor & Wisconsin State Legislature
  • 1991, US Presidential Academic Fitness Award Scholar, President of the United States & the United States of America Congress
  • 1991, Elected Member, Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society
  • 1991, Elected Member, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
  • 1991, Elected Member, Golden Key International Honor Society

Invited Speaker (2005-Present)

National and International Invited Speaker Presentations

1.Yale University, Department of Biomedical Engineering, New Haven, CT. 2005.

2.Harvard University, Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Cambridge, MA. 2005.

3.UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. 2005.

4.10th Annual Liposome Research Days & 1st UNC Drug Conference, Chapel Hill, NC. 2006.

5.American Oil Chemist's Society (AOCS) Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Phoenix, AZ. Symposium on Phospholipids:"Lipids in Nanotechnology II". Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: “Designed Phospholipid Self-Assemblies in Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine”. 2010. [32]

6.American Oil Chemist's Society (AOCS) Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Cincinnati, OH. Symposium on “Phospholipids in Pharma and Cosmetics Applications”. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Phospholipid Nanopharmaceuticals in Advanced Drug Delivery". 2011. [33]

7.International Workshop on Physical Characterization of Pharmaceutical Solids (IWPCPS-13). Indianapolis, IN. Symposium on “Solid-State Transformation During Formulations and Processing”. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Water Vapor-Solid Interactions and Effects on Solid-State Phase Transitions in Engineered Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Pharmaceutical Powders". 2011.

8. International Workshop on Physical Characterization of Pharmaceutical Solids (IWPCPS-13). Indianapolis, IN. Symposium on “Imaging of Drugs and Dosage Forms to Better Understand Dissolution”. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Imaging Techniques for Designed Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Pharmaceutical Powders". 2011.

9. American Chemical Society (ACS) 242nd Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Division of Colloid & Surface Chemistry-Symposium on “Nanomedicine: Colloids & Surface Science”. Denver, CO. Symposium Session Chair Presider & Invited Symposium Speaker. Presentation Title: "Rational Design, Development, and Optimization of Nanopharmaceuticals for Targeted Drug Delivery in Nanomedicine: An Interfacial and Colloidal Science Approach”. 2011.

10. 4th Annual AAPS Nanotechnology & Nanomedicine Symposium, Louisville, KY. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Advanced Spray-Dried Vancomycin Hydrochloride and Clarithromycin Lipospheres for Targeted Pulmonary Inhalation Aerosol Delivery." 2011.

11. Pfizer, Inc., Worldwide Research & Development, Global Headquarters, Groton, CT. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Engineering Particles by Advanced Spray Drying for Drug Delivery." 2011.

12. Center for Pulmonary Research, Children's Hospital Research Institute, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Invited Speaker in the Translational Pulmonary Research Seminar Series. Presentation Title: "Advances in Targeted Lung Nanomedicine as Inhalable Multifunctional Microparticles & Nanoparticles for Pulmonary Disease Treatment and Prevention." 2012.

13. International Conference & Exhibition on Nanotechnology & Nanomedicine. Omaha, NE. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Advances in Targeted Lung Nanomedicine as Inhalable Multifunctional Microparticles & Nanoparticles for Pulmonary Disease Treatment and Prevention." 2012.

14.Transcept Pharmaceuticals. Invited Webinar Speaker. Presentation Title: "Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Sustained Release Injectible Depot Delivery". 2012.

15. Buchi Hands-On Spray Drying Course, Buchi U.S. Headquarters. New Castle, DE. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Engineering Particles by Advanced Organic Solution Spray Drying for Nanopharmaceuticals and Targeted Pulmonary Inhalation Aerosol Delivery." 2012. [34]

16. Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute (LRRI). Albuquerque, NM. Invited Speaker in the LRRI and CNTC Seminar Series. Presentation Title:"Advances in Targeted Lung Nanomedicine as Aerosolized Multifunctional Microparticles and Nanoparticles for Pulmonary Disease Treatment and Prevention." 2012. [35]

17. Controlled Release Society (CRS) 39th Annual Meeting & Exhibition. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Invited Speaker. CRS Workshop: "Mucosal Drug and Gene Delivery: Barriers and Opportunities." Presentation Title: "Pulmonary Drug Delivery". 2012.[36]

18. 1st International Symposium on Nanomedicine in Drug Delivery and Cancer Diagnosis. University of Delaware, College of Health Sciences, Newark, DE. Organizing Committee Member [37]. Nano Drug Delivery Session Chair Presider [38]. Invited Symposium Speaker in the Nanomedicine Session. Presentation Title: "Advances in Targeted Lung Nanomedicine as Multifunctional Microparticles & Nanoparticles for Targeted Pulmonary Delivery." 2012. [39]

19. Wayne State University Applebaum College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar Series. Detroit, MI. Invited Speaker. 2012.[40]

20. North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference (NACFC), Orlando, FL. Invited Symposium Speaker. NACFC Aerosol Symposium: "Aerosol Treatments in CF: Clearing the Fog." Presentation Title: "Aerosol Formulation Issues." 2012.[41]

21. 19th World Congress of the International Society of Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM), Chapel Hill, NC. Invited Speaker. ISAM Workshop: "Nanomedicine & Nanotoxicology: Inhaling nanoparticles by accident and on purpose-challenges and opportunities for toxicology and therapeutics." Presentation Title: "Nanotechnology in Dry Powder Inhalation Aerosol Formulations." 2013.[42]

22. AAPS/USP/FDA/IPAC Workshop on Inhaled Drug Products, United States Pharmacopeia (USP), Rockville, MD. Invited Speaker. "Inhaled Drug Products: Current Practices and the Future of In Vitro Testing Technologies and Regulation." Presentation Title: "Solid-State Characterization and Nanotechnology in Inhalation Aerosol Formulation Development." 2013. [43]

23. Association of Inhalation Toxicologists (AIT) Annual Conference, Hannover, Germany. Invited Speaker. Session: "Nanomaterials." Presentation Title: "Nanomaterials as an Aerosol Formulation Carrier in Inhalation Aerosol Nanomedicine." 2013. [44]

24. Eastern Analytical Symposium & Exhibition (EAS), Somerset, NJ. Invited Speaker. Coblentz EAS Session: "Spectroscopic Applications in Biologics." Presentation Title:"Characterization and Spectroscopic Applications in Pulmonary Delivery and Advanced Dry Powder Inhalers." 2013. [45] [46]

25.Buchi Hands-On Spray Drying Course, Newark, DE. Invited Speaker. Presentation Title: "Designing High Performing Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Dry Powder Inhalers by Organic Solution Advanced Spray Drying." 2014. [47]

Short-Course/Workshop Instructor

1.Aerosol School 2-Day Workshop: "Aerosol Science Fundamentals and Inhalation Aerosol Delivery", NIH-NCI Cancer Nanotechnology Training Center (CNTC), April 17-18 2012.

Journal Publications

== 2001-2009 ==

1. Mansour H., Wang D.-S., Chen C.-S., and Zografi G. Comparison of Bilayer and Monolayer Properties of Phospholipid Systems Containing Dipalmitoylphosphatidylglycerol and Dipalmitoylphosphatidylinositol. Langmuir (2001) 17 (21) October 16: 6622-6632. (Impact Factor: 4.187)[48]

2. Mansour, H.M. and Zografi G. The Relationship Between Water Vapor Absorption and Desorption by Phospholipids and Bilayer Phase Transitions. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2007) 96 (2) February: 377-396. (Impact Factor: 3.13)[49]

3. Mansour, H.M. and Zografi G. Relationships Between Equilibrium Spreading Pressure and Phase Equilibria of Phospholipid Bilayers and Monolayers at the Air-Water Interface. Langmuir (2007) 23 (7) March 27: 3809-3819. (Impact Factor: 4.187)[50]

4. Hickey, A.J., Mansour, H.M., et al. Physical Characterization of Component Particles Included in Dry Powder Inhalers: I. Strategy Review and Static Characteristics. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences: Special Issue David Grant Dedicated Issue (2007) 96 (5) May: 1282-1301. (Impact Factor: 3.13)[51]

5. Hickey, A.J., Mansour, H.M., et al. Physical Characterization of Component Particles Included in Dry Powder Inhalers: II. Dynamic Characteristics. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences: Special Issue David Grant Dedicated Issue (2007) 96 (5) May: 1302-1319. (Impact Factor: 3.13)[52]

6. Mansour, H.M. and Hickey, A.J. Raman Characterization and Chemical Imaging of Biocolloidal Self-Assemblies, Drug Delivery Systems, and Pulmonary Inhalation Aerosols. A Review. AAPS PharmSciTech (2007) 8 (4) November 30: Article 99:E1-E16. (Impact Factor: 1.584)[53]

7. Xu, Z., Mansour, H.M., Mulder, T., McLean, R., Langridge, J., and Hickey, A.J. Comparative Dispersion Study of Dry Powder Aerosols of Albuterol Sulfate/Lactose Monohydrate and Cromolyn Sodium/Lactose Monohydrate Delivered by Standardized Entrainment Tubes. Respiratory Drug Delivery (2008) 3: 897-900. [54]

8. Mansour H.M., Damodaran S., and Zografi G. Characterization of the In Situ Structural and Interfacial Properties of the Cationic Hydrophobic Heteropolypeptide, KL4, in Lung Surfactant Bilayer and Monolayer Models at the Air-Water Interface: Implications for Pulmonary Surfactant Delivery. Molecular Pharmaceutics (2008) 5 (5) October 6: 681-695. (Impact Factor: 4.57)[55]

9. Mansour, H.M., Rhee, Y.S., and Wu, X. Nanomedicine in Pulmonary Delivery. International Journal of Nanomedicine (2009) 4 December: 299-319.(Impact Factor: 3.463)[56]


== 2010 ==

10. Xu, Z., Mansour, H.M., Mulder, T., McLean, R., Langridge, J., and Hickey, A.J. Dry Powder Aerosols Generated by Standardized Entrainment Tubes from Drug Blends with Lactose Monohydrate: 1. Albuterol Sulfate and Disodium Cromoglycate. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2010) 99 (8) March 2: 3398-3414.(Impact Factor: 3.13)[57]

11. Xu, Z., Mansour, H.M., Mulder, T., McLean, R., Langridge, J., and Hickey, A.J. Dry Powder Aerosols Generated by Standardized Entrainment Tubes from Drug Blends with Lactose Monohydrate: 2. Ipratropium Bromide Monohydrate and Fluticasone Propionate. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2010) 99 (8) March 10: 3415-3429. (Impact Factor: 3.13)[58]

12. Mansour, H.M., Xu, Z., and Hickey, A.J. Dry Powder Aerosols Generated by Standardized Entrainment Tubes from Alternative Sugar Blends: 3. Trehalose Dihydrate and D-Mannitol Carriers. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2010) 99 (8) March12; 3430-3441.(Impact Factor: 3.13)[59]

13. Xu, Z., Mansour, H.M., Mulder, T., McLean, R., Langridge, J., and Hickey, A.J. Heterogenous Particle Deaggregation and Its Implications for Therapeutic Aerosol Performance. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2010) 99 (8) March 15: 3442-3461.(Impact Factor: 3.13)[60]

14. Mansour, H.M., Sohn, M., Al-Ghananeem, A., and DeLuca P.P. Materials for Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms: Molecular Pharmaceutics and Controlled Release Drug Delivery Aspects. Invited Paper. International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Special Issue-Material Sciences and Nanotechnology Section - Biodegradability of Materials in Biomedical Applications. (2010) 11: 3298-3322. (Impact Factor: 2.464)[61]

15. Rhee, Y.S., Park, C.W., DeLuca, P.P., and Mansour, H.M. Sustained-Release Injectable Drug Delivery Systems. An Invited Paper. Pharmaceutical Technology: Special Issue-Drug Delivery (2010) November: 6-13. [62]

16. Hayes, D. Jr., Zwischenberger, J.B., and Mansour, H.M. Aerosolized Tacrolimus: A Case Report in a Lung Transplant Recipient. Transplantation Proceedings (2010) 42 (9) November: 3876-3879. [63]

17. Wu, X., Li, X., and Mansour, H.M. Surface Analytical Techniques in Solid-State Particle Characterization: Implications for Predicting Performance in Dry Powder Inhalers. Invited Paper. KONA Powder and Particle Journal (2010) 28: 3-19. [64]


== 2011 ==

18. Xu, Z., Mansour, H.M., and Hickey, A.J. Particle Interactions in Dry Powder Inhaler Unit Processes. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology: Special Issue on Adhesion Aspects in Pharmaceutical Sciences (2011): 25 (4/5) 451-482. (Impact Factor: 1.175)[65]

19. Rhee, Y.S. and Mansour, H.M. Nanopharmaceuticals I: Nanocarrier Systems in Drug Delivery. Invited Paper. International Journal of Nanotechnology: Special Issue-Nanopharmaceuticals. (2011) 8 (1/2): 84-114.[66]

20. Wu, X. and Mansour, H.M. Nanopharmaceuticals II: Application of Nanoparticles and Nanocarrier Systems in Pharmaceutics and Nanomedicine. Invited Paper. International Journal of Nanotechnology: Special Issue-Nanopharmaceuticals. (2011) 8 (1/2): 115-145. (Impact Factor: 1.329)[67]

21. Wu, X.,and Mansour, H.M. Pulmonary and Nasal Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Allergy Inhalation Aerosol Delivery Systems. Invited Paper. Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Allergy Agents in Medicinal Chemistry: Special Issue-Optimizing a Therapeutic with Anti-Inflammatory Agents: Novel Drug Delivery Systems. (2011)10 (3): 215-229. [68]

22. Park, C.W., Hayes, D. Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Pulmonary Inhalation Aerosols for Targeted Antibiotics Drug Delivery. Invited Paper & Cover Page. European Pharmaceutical Review. (2011) 16 (1): 32-36.[69]

23. Mansour, H.M. Molecular Forces and Self Assembly in Colloid, Nano Sciences and Biology. Invited Paper. Journal of the American Chemical Society. (2011) 133 (13): 5162. (Impact Factor: 9.907) [70]

24. Hayes, D. Jr and Mansour, H.M. Improved Outcomes of Patients with End-Stage Cystic Fibrosis Requiring Invasive Mechanical Ventilation for Acute Respiratory Failure. Lung. (2011) 189 (5): 409-415. (Impact Factor: 2.062)[71] [72]

25. Hayes, D. Jr., Ball, A.M., Mansour, H.M., Martin, C.A.,and Flynn, J.D. Fungal Infection in Heart-Lung Transplant Recipients Receiving Single-agent Prophylaxis With Itraconazole. Experimental and Clinical Transplantation (2011)9 (6): 399-404. [73].

26. Rhee, Y.S., Sohn, M., Woo, B.H., Thanoo, B.C., DeLuca, P.P., and Mansour, H.M. Sustained-Release Delivery of Octreotide from Biodegradable Polymeric Microspheres. AAPS PharmSciTech: Special Theme Issue-Sterile Products: Advances and Challenges in Formulation, Manufacturing, Devices and Regulatory Aspects.(2011)12 (4):1293-1301. (Impact Factor: 1.584)[74] [75]

27. Li, X. and Mansour, H.M. Physicochemical Characterization and Water Vapor Absorption of Organic Solution Advanced Spray Dried Trehalose Microparticles and Nanoparticles for Targeted Dry Powder Pulmonary Inhalation Delivery. AAPS PharmSciTech: Special Theme Issue: Advances in Pharmaceutical Excipients Research and Use: Novel Materials, Functionalities and Testing (2011)12(4):1420-1430. (Impact Factor: 1.584)[76] [77]


== 2012 ==

28. Hayes, D. Jr., Winkler, M.A., Kirkby, S., Capasso, P., Mansour, H.M. and Attili, A.K. Preprocedural Planning with Prospectively Triggered Multi-Detector Row CT Angiography prior to Bronchial Artery Embolization in Cystic Fibrosis Patients with Massive Hemoptysis. Lung (2012)190 (2)April:221-225.(Impact Factor: 2.062)[78]

29. Hayes, D. Jr. and Mansour, H.M. Vanishing Bronchus Intermedius Syndrome in a Pediatric Patient with Cystic Fibrosis After Lung Transplantation. Pediatric Transplantation: The Official Journal of the International Pediatric Transplant Association (2012)16(8):333-337. [Impact Factor: 1.5][79]

30. Hayes, D. Jr., Mansour, H.M., Kirkby, S., and Phillips, A.B. Rapid Acute Onset of Bronchiolitis Obliterans Syndrome in a Lung Transplant Recipient After Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection." Transplant Infectious Diseases (2012)14 (5): 548-550. [Impact Factor: 2.216][80]

31. Duan, J.H., Mansour, H.M., Zhang, Y.D., Deng, X.M., Zhao, J.F. Reversion of Multi-Drug Resistance by Co-Encapsulation of Doxorubicin and Curcumin in Chitosan/poly(butylcyanoacrylate) Nanoparticles. International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2012) 426 (1-2): 193-201. (Impact Factor: 3.458)[81]

32. Park, C.W., Mansour, H.M., Oh, T.O., Kim, J.Y., Ha, J.M., Lee, B.J., Chi, S.C., Rhee, Y.S., Park, E,S. "Phase behavior of itraconazole-phenol mixtures and its pharmaceutical applications." International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2012) 436 (1-2):652-658.(Impact Factor: 3.458) [82]

33. Park, C.W., Rhee, Y.S., Vogt, F.G., Hayes, D Jr., Zwischenberger, J.B., DeLuca, P.P., and Mansour, H.M. Advances in Microscopy and Complementary Imaging Techniques to Assess the Fate of Drugs Ex-Vivo in Respiratory Drug Delivery. Invited Paper. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews: Special Theme Issue-Computational and Visualization Approaches in Respiratory Delivery. (2012) 64 (4) March 30: 344-356. (Impact Factor: 12.888)[83]

34. Willis, M.L., Hayes, D Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Therapeutic Liposomal Dry Powder Inhalation Aerosols for Targeted Lung Delivery. Lung (2012) 190 (3): 251-262.(Impact Factor: 2.062)[84] [85]

35.Mansour, H.M. "Aerosol Formulation Issues." Pediatric Pulmonology (2012) 47 (35):149-151. (Impact Factor: 2.533) [86]


== 2013 ==

36. Meenach, S.A. Vogt,F.G., Anderson, K.W., Hilt, J.Z., McGarry,R.C., and Mansour, H.M.. Design, Physicochemical Characterization, and Optimization of Organic Solution Advanced Spray-Dried Inhalable Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) and Dipalmitoylphosphatidylethanolamine Poly(Ethylene Glycol) (DPPE-PEG) Microparticles and Nanoparticles for Targeted Respiratory Nanomedicine Delivery as Dry Powder Inhalation Aerosols. International Journal of Nanomedicine (2013) 8:275-293.(Impact Factor: 3.463)[87]

37. Meenach, S.A., Anderson, K.W., Hilt, J.Z., McGarry, R.C., and Mansour, H.M. Characterization and Aerosol Dispersion Performance of Advanced Spray-Dried Chemotherapeutic PEGylated Phospholipid Particles for Dry Powder Inhalation Delivery in Lung Cancer. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2013) 49 (4): 699-711.(Impact Factor: 3.212)[88]

38. Wu,X., Hayes, D Jr., Zwischenberger, J.B., Kuhn, R.J., and Mansour, H.M. Design and Physicochemical Characterization of Advanced Spray-Dried Tacrolimus Multifunctional Particles for Inhalation. Drug Design, Development, and Therapy (2013) 7:59-72. (Impact Factor: 3.486) [89]

39. Wu,X., Zhang, W., Hayes, D Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Physicochemical Characterization and Aerosol Dispersion Performance of Organic Solution Advanced Spray-Dried Cyclosporine A Multifunctional Particles for Dry Powder Inhalation Aerosol Delivery. International Journal of Nanomedicine (2013) 8 :1269-1283.(Impact Factor: 3.463)[90]

40. Park, C.W., Li X., Vogt, F.G., Hayes, D. Jr., Zwischenberger, J.B., Park, E.S. and Mansour, H.M. Advanced Spray Dried Design, Physicochemical Characterization and Aerosol Dispersion Performance of Vancomycin and Clarithromycin Multifunctional Controlled Release Particles for Targeted Respiratory Delivery as Dry Powder Inhalation Aerosols.. International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2013) 455 (1–2): 374–392.(Impact Factor: 3.458)[91]

41. Zheng Z, Zhang W, Sun W, Li X, Duan J, Cui J, Feng Z, and Mansour, H.M. Influence of the Carboxymethyl Chitosan Anti-Adhesion Solution on the TGF-β1 in a Postoperative Peritoneal Adhesion Rat. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine (2013) 24 (11): 2549-2559. (Impact Factor: 2.141) [92]

42. Duan J.H., Vogt, F.G., Li X., Hayes, D. Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Design, Physicochemical Characterization and Aerosolization of Organic Solution Advanced Spray Dried and Co-Spray Dried Moxifloxacin and Ofloxacin Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Powders for Pulmonary Inhalation Aerosol Delivery. International Journal of Nanomedicine (2013) 8: 3489-3505. [93](Impact Factor: 3.463)

43. Hayes, D. Jr., Galantowicz, M., Yates, A.R., Preston, T.J., Mansour, H.M., and McConnell, P.I. Venovenous ECMO as a Bridge to Lung Transplant and Protective Strategy for Subsequent Primary Graft Dysfunction. Journal of Artificial Organs (2013) 16 (3): 382-385. (Impact Factor: 1.414)[94]

44. Hayes, D. Jr., Baker, P.B., Mansour, H.M., Peeples, M.E., and Nicol, K.K. Interstitial Lung Disease in a Child with Antisynthetase Syndrome. Lung (2013) 191 (4): 441-443. (Impact Factor: 2.062)[95]

45.Hayes, D. Jr., Daniels, C.J., Mansour, H.M., Kopp, B.T., Yates, A.R., McCoy, K.S., Patel, A.V., and Kirby, S. Right Heart Catherization Measuring Central Hemodynamics in Cystic Fibrosis During Exercise. Respiratory Medicine (2013): 107 (9): 1365–1369. [Impact Factor: 2.585][96]

46. Hayes, D. Jr., Daniels, C.J., Mansour, H.M., Kopp, B.T., Yates, A.R., Preston, T., and Kirby, S. Identification of the Nodose Ganglia and TRPV1 in Swine. Lung (2013): 191(5):445-447(Impact Factor: 2.062)[97]

47.Hayes, D Jr., Kirkby, S., McCoy, K.S., Mansour, H.M., Khosravi, M., Strawbridge, H., and Tobias, J.D. Reduction of Lipid-Laden Macrophage Index After Laproscopic Nissen Fundoplication in Cystic Fibrosis Patients After Lung Transplantation. Clinical Transplantation (2013) 27 (1): 121-125.(Impact Factor: 1.634) [98]


== 2014 ==

48. Hayes, D. Jr., Yates, A.R., Duffy, V., Tobias, J., Mansour, H.M., Olshove, V., and Preston, T.J. Rapid placement of bicaval dual-lumen catheter in a swine model of venovenous ECMO. Journal of Investigative Surgery (2014): 27(1):27-31. [Impact Factor: 1.316] [99]

49. Hayes, D. Jr., Adler, B., Turner, T.L., and Mansour, H.M.. Alternative Tacrolimus and Sirolimus Regimen Associated with Rapid Resolution of Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome After Lung Transplantation. Pediatric Neurology (2014) 50: 272-275.(Impact Factor: 1.416)[100]

50. Hayes, D. Jr., Adler, B., Duffy, V., Turner, T.L., and Mansour, H.M.. Precordial Catch Syndrome in Elite Swimmers with Asthma.Pediatric Emergency Care (2014)

51. Li X., Vogt, F.G., Hayes, D. Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Physicochemical Characterization and Aerosol Dispersion Performance of Organic Solution Advanced Spray Dried Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Antibiotic Dry Powders of Tobramycin and Azithromycin for Pulmonary Inhalation Aerosol Delivery. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2014) 15: 191-205. (Impact Factor: 2.987) [101]

52. Li X., Vogt, F.G., Hayes, D. Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Design, Characterization, and Aerosol Dispersion Performance Modeling of Advanced Spray-Dried Microparticulate/Nanoparticulate Mannitol Powders for Targeted Pulmonary Delivery as Dry Powder Inhalers. Journal of Aerosol Medicine & Pulmonary Drug Delivery (2014): 27 (2):81-93. (Impact Factor: 2.894)[102]

53. Li X., Vogt, F.G., Hayes, D. Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Design, Characterization, and Aerosol Dispersion Performance Modeling of Advanced Co-Spray Dried Antibiotics with Mannitol as Respirable Microparticles/Nanoparticles for Targeted Pulmonary Delivery as Dry Powder Inhalers. An Invited Paper for the George Zografi Dedicated Issue. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences: George Zografi Dedicated Issue (2014):1-13. [Impact Factor: 3.13][103]

54. Muralidharan, P., Mallory, E., Malapit, M., Hayes, D. Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Inhalable PEGylated Phospholipid Nanocarriers and PEGylated Therapeutics for Respiratory Delivery as Aerosolized Colloidal Dispersions and Dry Powder Inhalers. Invited Paper. Pharmaceutics: Special Issue: Liposomal Technologies (2014)[104]

55. Muralidharan, P., Malapit, M., Mallory, E., Hayes, D. Jr., and Mansour, H.M. Inhalable Nanoparticulate Powders for Respiratory Delivery. Invited Paper. Nanomedicine (2014)(Impact Factor: 5.26)[105]

Edited Book (co-Editor)

1. Nanomedicine in Drug Delivery, Kumar, A., Mansour, H.M., Friedman, A., and Blough, E. (Editors), CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, London, United Kingdom. (2013) 469 pages. [106][107][108]

Book Chapters

1. Hickey, A.J. and Mansour, H.M. Book Volume 2, Book Chapter 43: Formulation Challenges of Powders for the Delivery of Small Molecular Weight Molecules as Aerosols. Modified-Release Drug Delivery Technology, Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences Series, Rathbone, M. J., Hadgraft, J., Roberts, M.S., Lane, M.E, (Editors), Second Edition, Informa Healthcare, New York, (2008): pp. 573-602. [109]

2. Hickey, A.J. and Mansour, H.M. Book Volume 2, Chapter 5: Delivery of Drugs by the Pulmonary Route. Modern Pharmaceutics Volume 2: Applications and Advances, Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences Series, Florence, A.T., Siepmann, J. (Editors), Fifth Edition, Informa Healthcare, New York, (2009): 191-219. [110]

3. Mansour, H.M., Rhee, Y.S., Park, C.W., and DeLuca, P.P. Book Chapter 9: Lipid Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine. Lipids in Nanotechnology. 302 pages. Moghis, A. (Editor), American Oil Chemists Society (AOCS) Press, Urbana, Illinois (2011): pp.221-268. [111]

4. Mansour, H.M., Park, C.W., and Hayes, D. Jr. Book Chapter 3: Nanoparticle Lung Delivery and Inhalation Aerosols for Targeted Pulmonary Nanomedicine. Nanomedicine in Drug Delivery. Kumar, A., Mansour, H.M., Friedman, A., Blough, E. (Editors), CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, Inc., London, United Kingdom. (2013): pp.43-74. [112] [113][114]

5. Mansour, H.M., Park, C.W., and Bawa, R. Book Chapter 6: Design and Development of Approved Nanopharmaceutical Products. Handbook of Clinical Nanomedicine: From Bench to Bedside. Bawa, R., Audette, G., and Rubinstein, I. (Editors),Pan Stanford Publishing/Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, FL, (2014): pp. 1-27. [115]

6. Mansour, H.M., Xu, Z., Meenach, S.A., Park, C.W., Rhee, Y.S., and DeLuca, P.P. Book Chapter 4: Novel Drug Delivery Systems. Drug Delivery. Mitra, A.K. (Editor), Jones & Bartlett, Burlington, MA. (2014)IN PRESS.

7.Mansour, H.M., Myrdal, P.B., Younis, U., and Hayes, D. Jr. Book Chapter 12: Pulmonary Drug Delivery. Drug Delivery & Targeting. Hillery, A.M., Swarbrick, J., and Park, K., (Editors), Second Edition, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, Inc., London, United Kingdom. (2014).

Professional Memberships

1.Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Great Britain (APSGB)

2.American Society of Nanomedicine (ASNM)

3.American Pharmacists Association (APhA)

4.American Chemical Society (ACS)

5.American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)

6.American Association of the Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)

7.Controlled Release Society (CRS)

8.European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences (EUFPS)

9.European Cystic Fibrosis Society (ECFS)

10.International Society for Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM)

11.The Aerosol Society

12.International Association of Colloid and Interface Scientists (IACIS)

Honor Societies (Elected Member)

1. Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society

2. Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society

3. Golden Key International Honor Society

4. Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honor Society

5. Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society

Research Lab Group Members

1. Dr. Yun-Seok Rhee, Ph.D.,(SungKyunKwan University College of Pharmacy, S. Korea. Ph.D. Advisor: Dr. Eun-Seok Park), Postdoctoral Research Scholar. Current Position: Assistant Professor, Gyeongsang National University, S. Korea.[116]

2. Dr. Xiao Wu, Ph.D.(University of Bath College of Pharmacy, Bath, England. Ph.D. Advisor: Dr. Richard Guy), Postdoctoral Research Scholar. Current Position: Formulation Chemist, Eli Lilly and Company (Elanco), Indianapolis, IN.

3. Dr. Chun-Woong Park, Ph.D.(SungKyunKwan University College of Pharmacy, S. Korea. Ph.D. Advisor: Dr. Eun-Seok Park), Postdoctoral Research Scholar. Current Position: Assistant Professor, Chungbuk National University College of Pharmacy, S. Korea [117]

4. Dr. Jinghua Duan, Ph.D., (School of Medicine, Central South University, P.R China. Ph.D. Advisor: Dr. Jinfeng Zhao), Postdoctoral Research Scholar. Current Position: Research Associate, University of Washington-Seattle.

5. Dr. Samantha Meenach, Ph.D. (UK College of Engineering, Major Professor: Dr. Kim W. Anderson), NIH NCI CNTC Postdoctoral Fellow. Current Position: Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Rhode Island. [118]

6. Dr. Wei Fen Zhang, M.D., Ph.D., Visiting Professor. Current Position: Associate Professor, School of Pharmaceutical & Biological Science,Weifang Medical University, Shedong, P.R. China.

7. Dr. Scott Silva, Ph.D., M.D.(UK College of Medicine, Major Professor: Dr. Mark Evers),Postdoctoral Physician-Scientist NIH CCTS PSMRF Research Fellow. Current Position: Clinical Faculty, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.

8. Dr. Sung Gu Han, Ph.D.(UK College of Medicine, Major Professor: Dr. Gary Gairola), Postdoctoral Research Associate. Current Position: Assistant Professor, Konkuk University College of Animal Bioscience and Technology, Seoul, S. Korea. [119]

9. MinJi Sohn, M.S., Visiting Graduate Student Research Scholar

10. Xiaojian Li, M.S., Ph.D., Daniel P. Reedy Fellow, Quality Achievement Fellow, Center of Membrane Sciences Fellow, S. Elizabeth Helton Memorial Pulmonary Research Travelship, Boehringer Ingelheim intern. Current Position: Senior Formulation Scientist, AMRI (Albany Molecular Research, Inc.), Albany, NY.

11. Dr. Lauren Willis, Pharm.D. Researcher. Current Position: Clinical Faculty at MD Anderson Cancer Center

12. Priya Muralidharan, M.S.(New Jersey Institute of Technology-Pharmaceutical Engineering), Graduate Student & Lab Manager.

13. Monica Malapit, Pharm.D. Graduate Researcher.

14. Evan Mallory, Pharm.D. Graduate Researcher.

Co-Advisor Lab Group Members

1. Nathanael Stocke, NSF-IGERT Fellow & NIH NCI CNTC Fellow, College of Engineering[120] [121] [122]

2. Alexander McKinlay, NSF-REU Fellow, Department of Biomedical Engineering[123]

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