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May 6, By Working Group: Device. I am a private consultant specializing in the laboratory evaluation of orally inhaled products OIPs of all types.
wayprivreaspu.ga I was Scientific Director of Trudell Medical International until September , with responsibility for all aspects of in vitro aerosol testing. I am an adjunct professor at the University of Western Ontario since I am also an affiliate professor at the Daniel K. I have published more than articles in the open literature, of which about are in peer-reviewed journals and 12 are invited review articles.
I have also contributed to seven books on aerosol science, writing chapters concerned with aerosol measurement techniques, the calibration of aerosol measurement equipment and inhaled medications for the older patient. The Aerosol Society recognises the importance of our diverse community and believe that to produce the best quality science we must encourage a proactive and inclusive approach to equality.