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Essential Tools and Techniques to Accelerate Microneedle Array Patch (MAP) Translational Research: Part 4

Guest Video Blog: Professor Ryan F. Donnelly, PhD​

Chair in Pharmaceutical Technology – School of Pharmacy, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Part 4: MAP Production Reproducibility and Outlook

Join us for a four part video blog series with one of the preeminent experts in the field. Professor Ryan Donnelly covers fundamentals and new aspects of Microneedle Array Patch translational research.

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Essential Tools and Techniques to Accelerate Microneedle Array Patch (MAP) Translational Research: Part 3

Guest Video Blog: Professor Ryan F. Donnelly, PhD​

Chair in Pharmaceutical Technology – School of Pharmacy, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Part 3: Skin Pores and Recovery Kinetics

Join us for a four part video blog series with one of the preeminent experts in the field. Professor Ryan Donnelly covers fundamentals and new aspects of Microneedle Array Patch translational research.

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Essential Tools and Techniques to Accelerate Microneedle Array Patch (MAP) Translational Research: Part 2

Guest Video Blog: Professor Ryan F. Donnelly, PhD​

Chair in Pharmaceutical Technology – School of Pharmacy, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Part 2: Dissolution and Swelling of Microneedles

Join us for a four part video blog series with one of the preeminent experts in the field. Professor Ryan Donnelly covers fundamentals and new aspects of Microneedle Array Patch translational research.

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Essential Tools and Techniques to Accelerate Microneedle Array Patch (MAP) Translational Research: Part 1

Guest Video Blog: Professor Ryan F. Donnelly, PhD​

Chair in Pharmaceutical Technology – School of Pharmacy, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Part 1: Introduction and MAP Geometry Measurement Tools

Join us for a four part video blog series with one of the preeminent experts in the field. Professor Ryan Donnelly covers fundamentals and new aspects of Microneedle Array Patch translational research.

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Microneedle Array Patch (MAP) Impact on Vascular Perfusion

Guest Blog: Professor Ryan F. Donnelly, PhD​

Chair in Pharmaceutical Technology – School of Pharmacy, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Dynamic OCT imaging objectively measures inflammatory response due to MAP insertion, in-vivo and in real-time.

Research efforts on MAPs are at an all-time high. It is important to understand skin reactions during and after MAP applications, and further gain insights on MAP changes themselves as well.

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