Brian Barry: innovative contributions to transdermal and topical drug delivery.

Abstract:

:Brian Barry published over 300 research articles across topics ranging from colloid science, vasoconstriction and the importance of thermodynamics in dermal drug delivery to exploring the structure and organisation of the stratum corneum barrier lipids and numerous strategies for improving topical and transdermal drug delivery, including penetration enhancers, supersaturation, coacervation, eutectic formation and the use of varied liposomes. As research in the area blossomed in the early 1980s, Brian wrote the book that became essential reading for both new and established dermal delivery scientists, explaining the background mathematics and principles through to formulation design. Brian also worked with numerous scientists, as collaborators and students, who have themselves taken his rigorous approach to scientific investigation into their own research groups. This paper can only describe a small fraction of the many significant contributions that Brian made to the field during his 40-year academic career.

journal_name

Skin Pharmacol Physiol

authors

Williams AC

doi

10.1159/000351946

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2013-01-01 00:00:00

pages

234-42

issue

4-6

eissn

1660-5527

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1660-5535

pii

000351946

journal_volume

26

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