CRS Announces Interview with Luminary Series
Dr. Mark Prausnitz
Welcome to the first ‘Interview with a Luminary’ - an exciting new project from the Young Scientist Committee! We sit down with a renowned researcher in the field of drug delivery every month and pick their brains on a variety of different topics including what sparked their interest in their chosen field, defining moments in their careers to date and what they enjoy doing outside of the lab. They will also offer advice to those starting out on their scientific careers which we’re sure every young researcher will be interested to hear! So join us every month for an insight into the minds of those at the pinnacle of drug delivery research around the globe!
Our first Luminary is Dr. Mark Prausnitz, Regents' Professor, J. Erskine Love Jr. Chair of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, and Director of the Center for Drug Design, Development and Delivery in Georgia Tech. Dr Prausnitz’s research focuses on the development of microneedle technology and laser-activated nanoparticles for drug delivery.