Welcome to PRI

Founded in 2002, the Pharmaceutical Research Institute (PRI) at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is a center for drug discovery and development.

PRI investigators possess expertise in fields that include nanotechnology, medicinal chemistry, molecular biology, and cell biology.

Areas of focus include: hematology/oncology, cardiovascular (dyslipidemia), ophthalmology, vascular diseases, neurology, and inflammation.

As part of its mission, PRI is also engaged in teaching and learning. Pharmacy students, graduate students, and visiting scholars from around the world visit the Institute to conduct research and learn the latest advances across a wide range of therapeutic areas.

Dr. Mousa to give the Keynote address:   Impact of nanobiotechnology on the future of medicine (Nanomedicine): The road toward precision medicine”   on July 31st at the conference listed below,  click here for the full program.

FREE 1-DAY NANOMEDICINE CONFERENCE TO BE HELD ON ACPHS CAMPUS

IN SEPTEMBER

For full conference information please CLICK HERE.

 

Recent Publications

  • Targeted delivery of cisplatin to tumor xenografts via the nanoparticle component of nano-diamino-tetrac

    T Sudha, DJ Bharali, M Yalcin, NHE Darwish, M Debreli Coskun, KA Keating, H-Y Lin, PJ Davis, SA Mousa (2017)
    Nanomedicine 12(3):195-205.

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  • Self-assembly of green tea catechin derivatives in nanoparticles for oral lycopene delivery

    W Li, M Yalcin, Q Lin, MM Ardawi, SA Mousa (2017)
    Journal of Controlled Release 248:117-124

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