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Journal of Developing Drugs

Journal of Developing Drugs
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-6631

Robert A Lodder

Robert A Lodder

Robert A Lodder
Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Kentucky, USA

Biography

Dr. Robert Lodder is a Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the College of Pharmacy, University of Kentucky Medical Center, where he joined the faculty in 1988. He is also President of Spherix Incorporated. Dr. Lodder holds joint appointments as a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and in the Department of Chemistry at Kentucky (Division of Analytical Chemistry). Dr. Lodder has over a dozen awarded patents, ten additional pending patent applications, and has founded three other venture-funded companies based on products of his research. Dr. Lodder was appointed as an SGE by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Lodder publications and projects have spanned pharmaceutical, preclinical and clinical uses. patented 5 new drugs that have been licensed to the pharmaceutical industry. As an analytical chemist, he has also converted a score of techniques to PAT use. Using data developed from these projects, Dr. Lodder has conducted mathematical studies aimed at solving the "false-sample" problem in thought-like operations on parallel processors and clouds. The cloud concepts have been extended to analytical instrumentation itself in the form of systems for magnetohydrodynamic acoustic-resonance near-infrared spectrometry (MAReNIR). Dr. Lodder is author of 110 publications and over 300 presentations. Dr. Lodder was first-prize winner in the 1990 international IBM Supercomputing Competition, as well as a winner of a National Science Foundation Young Investigator Award, the American Society of Agricultural Engineers Paper Award, a Buchi NIR Award, the Tomas Hirschfeld Award in Near-IR Spectroscopy (PittCon), and a Research and Development 100 Award.

Research Interest

As an analytical chemist, he has also converted a score of techniques to PAT use. Using data developed from these projects, Dr. Lodder has conducted mathematical studies aimed at solving the "false-sample" problem in thought-like operations on parallel processors and clouds. The cloud concepts have been extended to analytical instrumentation itself in the form of systems for magnetohydrodynamic acoustic-resonance near-infrared spectrometry (MAReNIR).

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