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Le lezioni del corso di Tecnologia e Legislazione Farmaceutiche (Modulo 2) si svolgeranno ogni mercoledì dalle ore 11:00 alle ore 13:00 a partire dal 13 di ottobre presso l'aula B dell'edificio CU019 (Facoltà di Farmacia e Medicina CU019 Città universitaria).

Le lezioni termineranno mercoledì 12 gennaio 2022
 

Le lezioni sono svolte in presenza, compatibilmente con i posti utilizzabili per ciascuna aula e tenendo conto delle distanze di sicurezza, garantendo anche la fruizione a distanza per consentire la partecipazione delle studentesse e degli studenti che non potranno assicurarsi un posto in aula e/o a coloro che per motivi sanitari non potranno partecipare alle attività in presenza.

 

L'accesso ai sistemi di prenotazione del posto in aula è garantito agli studenti abilitati, nel rispetto delle Linee Guida del MUR di cui all'All. 18 del DPCM del 2 marzo 2021.

 

Il link per seguire le lezioni da remoto, su piattaforma google meet al seguente link:

 

meet.google.com/pet-imdx-joc

 

Modalità per il ricevimento e il tutoraggio a distanza

 

In questa fase di emergenza, il ricevimento degli studenti e il tutoraggio a distanza sarà svolto dal docente attraverso:

1) videoconferenza utilizzando piattaforma google Meet previo appuntamento preso per e-mail;

2) chat all’interno della classe virtuale;

3) e-mail.

 

Appena possibile sarà ripristinata la modalità in presenza anche per il ricevimento.

 

Orario di ricevimento:

 

da concordare preventivamente per email

 

Modalità per il ricevimento e il tutoraggio a distanza

In questa fase di emergenza, il ricevimento degli studenti e il tutoraggio a distanza sarà svolto dal docente attraverso: videoconferenza utilizzando piattaforma google Meet previo appuntamento preso per e-mail; chat all’interno della classe virtuale; e-mail.

Appena possibile sarà ripristinata la modalità in presenza anche per il ricevimento.

Orario di ricevimento:

da concordare preventivamente per email: Federica.rinaldi@uniroma1.it

Federica Rinaldi

Occupation: Post doc, University of Rome La Sapienza , at Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine, Department of Drug Chemistry and Technologies.
Address(es): Department of Drug Chemistry and Technologies, Sapienza University of Rome, P.le Aldo Moro 5, 00185 Rome, Italy
E-mail: federica.rinaldi@uniroma1.it
Occupational field: Pharmaceutical Technology, Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine.
Education and training:
2011: PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences at Department of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies of the Faculty of Pharmacy ( Sapienza University of Rome). PhD thesis on: Novel targeting strategies: vesicles by classical and synthetic surfactants (Supervisor: Prof. Maria Carafa)
2009: License to practice the profession of Pharmacist.
2008: Degree in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Sapienza University of Rome. Experimental thesis entitled: Characterization studies of pH-sensitive vesicles by new derivatives surfactants . (Supervisor: Prof. Eleonora Santucci).
Personal skills and competences:
Dr. Rinaldi research activity is mainly focused on the study of phospholipid and non-phospholipid vesicles as drug delivery systems. In particular involved in preparation and characterization of vesicles for cytoplasmic delivery of therapeutic agents (pH-sensitive niosomes) and for topic (various niosomal formulations), oral (coated liposomes), pulmonary (coated and uncoated niosomes) and brain (liposomes-niosomes) drugs delivery.
Expert in preparation and characterization of O/W Nanoemulsions, nanobubbles and drug delivery systems useful in theragnostic field. Expert in physical chemical characterization by fluorimetric techniques, DLS (dynamic light scattering) instruments, UV techniques of different vesicular system.
Member of: Società Chimica Italiana (SCI), Associazione Docenti e Ricercatori Italiani di Tecnologie e Legislazione Farmaceutiche (Adritelf), Controlled Release Society (CRS)Italian Chapter.
Scientific production: author of about 40 national and international research papers, 2 patents, 1 book chapters
Total citations 1182, h-index: 20.
Referee for 3 international journals focused on nanotechnology and drug delivery, member of the Editorial Board of journal Letters Drug Design & Discovery and guest editor for special issue in Pharmaceutics .
Patent pending: 2

Course Code Year Course - Attendance
INDUSTRIAL PREPARATION OF DRUGS 1023388 2021/2022 Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology
PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGISLATION 1041404 2021/2022 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Title Journal Year
Nanoemulsions of Satureja montana essential oil. Antimicrobial and antibiofilm activity against avian Escherichia coli strains PHARMACEUTICS 2021
Resveratrol-loaded nanoemulsions. In vitro activity on human t24 bladder cancer cells NANOMATERIALS 2021
Hyaluronic acid derivative effect on niosomal coating and interaction with cellular mimetic membranes MOLECULES 2021
Rifampicin–Liposomes for Mycobacterium abscessus Infection Treatment: Intracellular Uptake and Antibacterial Activity Evaluation PHARMACEUTICS 2021
Different instrumental approaches to understand the chitosan coated niosomes/mucin interaction JOURNAL OF DRUG DELIVERY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 2020
Satureja montana L. essential oils. Chemical profiles/phytochemical screening, antimicrobial activity and o/w nanoemulsion formulations PHARMACEUTICS 2020
Antimicrobial essential oil formulation: chitosan coated nanoemulsions for nose to brain delivery PHARMACEUTICS 2020
inPentasomes: an innovative nose-to-brain pentamidine delivery blunts MPTP parkinsonism in mice JOURNAL OF CONTROLLED RELEASE 2019
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) essential oil: effect on multidrug resistant uropathogenic Escherichia coli NATURAL PRODUCT COMMUNICATIONS 2017
Niosomal approach to brain delivery: Development, characterization and in vitro toxicological studies INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS 2016
CHITOSAN-COATED NON-IONIC SURFACTANT VESICLES: PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION 2016
Bubblesomes: new tool in theranostics 2016
Mixed Chol/SPAN-Tween20 systems: the effect of chitosan on the thermodynamic properties 2016
New drug delivery systems: nanoemulsions and their potential applications 2016
Preparation and characterization of vesicular nanocarriers: different approaches to brain delivery 2016
LIPOSOMAL APPROACH TO PHARMACEUTICS 2016
Biomedical applications of nanodiamonds: an overview JOURNAL OF NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY 2015
Gel-embedded niosomes: preparation, characterization and release studies of a new system for topical drug delivery COLLOIDS AND SURFACES. B, BIOINTERFACES 2015
Visualization and quantification of magnetic nanoparticles into vesicular systems by combined atomic and magnetic force microscopy 2015
Ammonium glycyrrhizinate-loaded niosomes as potential nanotherapeutics for inflammation: a comparative study 2015
Department
CHIMICA E TECNOLOGIE DEL FARMACO
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