Professor at Department of Pharmacy awarded with a research gift
Professor Thomas Rades at Department of Pharmacy has been granted an award of USD 46,000 from Agilent Technologies in acknowledgement of his work.
Professor Thomas Rades, Section of Pharmaceutical Design and Drug Delivery at Department of Pharmacy, has received a research gift in the amount of USD 46,000 from Agilent Technologies, Inc. The award was given to support his research on the topic of "Dissolution testing of amorphous drug formulations".
Agilent Technologies motivates the award to Thomas Rades: "Our internal review process is rigorous and competitive, and this research gift reflects the high confidence of many at Agilent of the good that will come of your work."
About the research gift
Agilent Technologies, Inc. is the premier laboratory partner serving life science, diagnostic and applied chemical markets. This gift is made through Agilent’s university relations program, contributing knowledge of problems that matter, measurement expertise and financial support to university research; informing our long-term product and technology strategies; and making a social contribution to the communities in which we do business.