Medicinal Chemistry

ISSN: 2161-0444

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Heidi M Mansour

Heidi M Mansour

Heidi M Mansour
Dept of Pharmaceutical Sciences-Drug Development
University of Kentucky, USA


She currently holds Faculty appointments and Graduate appointments in the UK College of Pharmacy, Graduate Faculty at UNC-Chapel Hill, Faculty Associate of the UK Membrane Center, Faculty Mentor in the NSF IGERT Graduate Training Program and NSF REU Training program joint with the UK College of Engineering. Prior to her faculty appointment at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, she was an Instructor (both in the Graduate and Pharm.D. Programs) and a Postdoctoral Fellow and Scholar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Pharmacy, in the Division of Molecular Pharmaceutics, receiving the 2007 UNC-Chapel Hill Postdoctoral Award for Research Excellence from the Office of the Vice-Chancellor. A Registered Pharmacist for over 10 years, she earned a BS in Pharmacy, PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a PhD Major in Drug Delivery/Pharmaceutics (School of Pharmacy) and a PhD Minor in Advanced Physical & Biophysical Chemistry (Dept of Chemistry), all from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Mansour is an active long-time member of several professional organizations, including Fellow of the American Academy of Nanomedicine, AAPS, CRS, AACP, ACS, ISAM, AAAR, Rho Chi, and Golden Key, in addition to several others.  In addition to being an Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) member of JNMNT, she serves on the EAB of other journals including Pharmaceutical Technology and the International Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences.  She also serves as UK COP Delegate to the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) and on the International Scientific Expert Committee of the World Academy of Science, Engineering, and Technology.

Research Interest

Research focuses on the application of nanomedicine/nanoimaging, colloidal self-assemblies, targeted multifunctional particulate delivery, nanoliposomal drug delivery, nanoliposomal biophysics, controlled release drug delivery, pulmonary delivery systems, and nanoaerosol science.

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