Laboratory of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics
His main research interests aim at creating new pharmaceutical forms, improving manufacturing processes and increasing the bioavailability of active molecules. He is especially interested in: the development of solid dosage forms, including modified-release systems; the formulation of biotherapeutics, including encapsulated systems and implantable dosage forms; the solubility enhancement for poorly-soluble drugs, including the creation of amorphous structures, nanoparticules or solid-dispersions. More recently, he focused a part of his research on the development of customized dosages forms made by 3D printing techniques especially dedicated to personalized therapies.
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Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy (ULB) (2016-)
Post-doctoral fellow at Purdue University, Indiana, USA (2008-2009)
PhD in Pharmaceutical sciences "Development and evaluation of sustained-release floating minitablets", Faculty of Pharmacy (ULB) (2008)
PhD student - assistant in the Laboratory of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics (ULB) (2006-2008)
PhD student in the Laboratory of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics (ULB) (2004-2006)