Si avvisano gli studenti che le lezioni di TECNOLOGIA E LEGISLAZIONE FARMCEUTICHE (modulo I) del CdL in Biotecnologie Farmaceutiche a.a. 2021-2022 inizieranno LUNEDI' 4 OTTOBRE 2021 alle ore 11:00 nell'AULA CARELLI dell'edificio CU019.
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Prof. Patrizia Paolicelli graduated with honours in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies on November 2003 at Sapienza University of Rome with an experimental dissertation on Idrogel biodegradabili ottenuti per fotoreticolazione di destrano e poliaspartammide derivatizzati , carried out under the supervision of prof. Maria Antonieta Casadei. After an experience in a pharmaceutical multinational company, in 2004 prof. Patrizia Paolicelli gained a scholarship and came back to Sapienza University of Rome as a PhD student in pharmaceutical sciences. Prof. Patrizia Paolicelli carried out her PhD both in Rome and Spain (Departamento de Farmacia y Tecnologia Farmaceutiche - Universidad de Santiago de Compostela Campus Vida) gaining a second Marie Curie scholarship for PhD students. In 2008 prof. Paolicelli earned a PhD degree with a dissertation on Nanoparticles as drug and vaccine delivery vehicles , carried out under the supervision of prof. Maria Antonietta Casadei (Sapienza University of Rome) and prof. Maria José Alonso (Departamento de Farmacia y Tecnologia Farmaceutiche - Universidad de Santiago de Compostela Campus Vida Spain). After the discussion of her PhD thesis, prof. Paolicelli was awarded with a Galeno Euro PhD® in Advanced Drug Delivery.
From 2008 to 2014, prof. Patrizia Paolicelli worked as a research fellow in different universities, including Department of Drug Chemistry and Technologies of Sapienza University of Rome, Departamento de Farmacia y Tecnologia Farmaceutiche - Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and Bone & Joint research group - Institute of Developmental Sciences - Southampton University (UK).
In 2014 prof. Patrizia Paolicelli received the National Scientific Qualification (ASN) to function as Associate Professor in the 03/D2 academic recruitment field.
From Dicember 2015, prof. Patrizia Paolicelli is a temporary researcher (RTD-B contract pursuant to art. 24, paragraph 3, section b, of Law No. 240/2010) within the CHIM09 scientific-educational field at the Department of Drug Chemistry and Technologies of Sapienza University of Rome.
On Dicember 2018, Patrizia Paolicelli became Associate Professor within the CHIM09 scientific-educational field at the Department of Drug Chemistry and Technologies of Sapienza University of Rome.
Prof. Patrizia Paolicelli holds the course of Pharmaceutical Technology and Legislation (12 ECTS) for the Master s Degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnologies. Prof. Patrizia Paolicelli holds supplementary educational activities (3 ECTS) in the Master s Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies. Prof. Patrizia Paolicelli also took part to two Master s programs held at Sapienza University of Rome and IOBA (Instituto Universitario de Oftalmobiologia Aplicada, Spain) teaching Tecnologie di produzione di forme farmaceutiche in relazione alla nutraceutica (1 ECTS) and Biomateriales en la terapeutica ocular (3 ECTS).
The present research work carried out by prof. Patrizia Paolicelli is mainly focused on two different research lines: one aimed to design and develop novel polymeric, lipid or hybrid colloidal vehicles for drug delivery; the other research line is based on the synthesis and characterization of hydrogels for applications in the biomedical and pharmaceutical field.
The research activity of prof. Patrizia Paolicelli brought to 57 papers published in international journals of medium to high impact, 1 book chapter, 3 international patents and more than 50 communications in national and international congresses and conferences.
From 2013 prof. Patrizia Paolicelli is in the Professional Pharmacist Association of Rome and is member of some scientific societies, including ADRITELF, Controlled Release Society and Società Chimica Italiana.
|Course||Code||Year||Course - Attendance|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGISLATION||1022903||2021/2022||Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGISLATION||1041404||2021/2022||Pharmaceutical Biotechnology|
|TECHNOLOGIES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING PHARMACEUTICAL, COSMETIC AND HEALTH PRODUCTS||1052169||2020/2021||Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGISLATION||1022903||2020/2021||Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGISLATION||1041404||2020/2021||Pharmaceutical Biotechnology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGISLATION||1022903||2019/2020||Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology|
|TECHNOLOGIES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING PHARMACEUTICAL, COSMETIC AND HEALTH PRODUCTS||1052169||2019/2020||Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGISLATION||1041404||2019/2020||Pharmaceutical Biotechnology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGISLATION||1022903||2018/2019||Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGISLATION||1041404||2018/2019||Pharmaceutical Biotechnology|
|DRUG DELIVERY AND DRUG TARGETING||1008271||2017/2018||Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGISLATION||1022903||2017/2018||Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGISLATION||1041404||2017/2018||Pharmaceutical Biotechnology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGISLATION||1022903||2016/2017||Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology|
|PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND LEGISLATION||1041404||2016/2017||Pharmaceutical Biotechnology|
|Lavandula x intermedia essential oil and hydrolate: Evaluation of chemical composition and antibacterial activity before and after formulation in nanoemulsion||INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS||2020|
|Investigating the role of polydopamine to modulate stem cell adhesion and proliferation on gellan gum-based hydrogels||ACS APPLIED BIO MATERIALS||2020|
|Gelation of the internal core of liposomes as a strategy for stabilization and modified drug delivery I. Physico-chemistry study||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS||2020|
|Gelation of the internal core of liposomes as a strategy for stabilization and modified drug delivery II. Theoretical analysis and modelling of in-vitro release experiments||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS||2020|
|Non thermal electromagnetic fields to trigger on -demand drug release from high-Tm magnetoliposomes||JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS & DRUG DELIVERY RESEARCH||2020|
|Proof-of-concept of electrical activation of liposome nanocarriers: from dry to wet experiments||FRONTIERS IN BIOENGINEERING AND BIOTECHNOLOGY||2020|
|Enhanced loading efficiency and mucoadhesion properties of gellan gum thin films by complexation with Hydroxypropyl-β-Cyclodextrin||PHARMACEUTICS||2020|
|Effects of processing on polyphenolic and volatile composition and fruit quality of clery strawberries||ANTIOXIDANTS||2020|
|Chemical investigation and screening of anti-proliferative activity on human cell lines of pure and nano-formulated lavandin essential oil||PHARMACEUTICALS||2020|
|Planning sine waves electroporation on liposomes for drug delivery application||2020|
|Gellan gum/laponite beads for the modified release of drugs: experimental and modeling study of gastrointestinal release||PHARMACEUTICS||2019|
|Feasibility of drug delivery mediated by ultra-short and intense pulsed electric fields||2019|
|Numerical investigations of CW electric fields on lipid vesicles for controlled drug delivery||2019|
|Freeze-dried nanocomposite gel beads for oral drug delivery. In vitro simulation of gastro-intestinal drug release||2019|
|Real-time CARS microspectroscopy to follow changes of membrane associated water molecules induced by the electropulsation of liposomes||2019|
|Lycium barbarum polysaccharides: extraction, purification, structural characterisation and evidence about hypoglycaemic and hypolipidaemic effects. A review||FOOD CHEMISTRY||2018|
|Design of a tunable nanocomposite double network hydrogel based on gellan gum for drug delivery applications||EUROPEAN POLYMER JOURNAL||2018|
|Effect of glycerol on the physical and mechanical properties of thin gellan gum films for oral drug delivery||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS||2018|
|Can pulsed electromagnetic fields trigger on-demand drug release from high-tm magnetoliposomes?||NANOMATERIALS||2018|
|Experimental and modeling study of drug release from HPMC-based erodible oral thin films||PHARMACEUTICS||2018|