Drug Delivery and Translational Research

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Drug Delivery and Translational Research is a journal published by CRS, providing a unique forum for scientific publication of high-quality research that is exclusively focused on translational aspects of drug delivery. The journal is published 6 times a year and will be available online to CRS members as part of their annual dues.

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We welcome research focused on the following areas of translational drug delivery research:

  • Designing and developing novel drug delivery systems, with a focus on their application to disease conditions
  • Preclinical and clinical data related to drug delivery systems
  • Drug distribution, pharmacokinetics, clearance, with drug delivery systems as compared to traditional dosing to demonstrate beneficial outcomes
  • Short-term and long-term biocompatibility of drug delivery systems, host response
  • Biomaterials with growth factors for stem-cell differentiation in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering
  • Image-guided drug therapy
  • Nanomedicine
  • Devices for drug delivery and drug/device combination products

In addition to original full-length papers, communications, and reviews, the journal will also include editorials, reports of future meetings, research highlights, and announcements pertaining to the activities of CRS.

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CRS Indian Chapter Special Issue of DDTR

Best Paper of the CRS Indian Chapter Special Issue of DDTRSupersaturated LFCS type III self-emulsifying delivery systems of sorafenib tosylate with improved biopharmaceutical performance: QbD-enabled development and evaluation

Summary: Sorafenib, a first-line drug for advanced liver cancer, exhibits low and inconsistent oral bioavailability due primarily to its poor aqueous solubility, extensive first-pass metabolism and high level drug efflux by P-gp. Administration of sorafenib at high doses, necessary for meaningful therapeutic actions, increases the intensity of associated side effects. Therefore, efforts were undertaken to develop supersaturated Type-III self-emulsifying delivery system (SEDDS) for efficient and safe delivery of sorafenib, capitalizing the ease of preparation, biocompatibility, biodegradability, ability to bypass first-pass metabolism, high drug loading capacity, colloidal stability for long-term storage, and excellent scalability. Promising outcomes in diverse experimental studies corroborate immense potential of the supersaturated Type-III SEDDS in augmenting the chemotherapeutic efficacy of sorafenib while minimizing safety concern.

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Inspirational Note from Dr. Jeff Hrkach and Prof. Bob Langer: "From micro to nano: evolution and impact of drug delivery in treating disease"  

"As editor-in-chief of DDTR, I am honored to bring such inspiration to the DD community. Many thanks to Bob and Jeff!"
Prof. Maria José Alonso, Editor-in-Chief of the Drug Delivery and Translational Research (DDTR) Journal, Past President of the Controlled Release Society


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2019 DDTR Best Paper of the Year: Depletion of collagen by losartan to improve tumor accumulation and therapeutic efficacy of photodynamic nanoplatforms

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2019 CRS Nanomedicine and Nanoscale Delivery (NND) Best Paper of the Year: Tumor growth inhibition by mSTEAP peptide nanovaccine inducing augmented CD8+ T cell immune responses

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2019 DDTR CRS Oral Drug Delivery Focus Group Paper of the Year Award: Loratadine self-microemulsifying drug delivery systems (SMEDDS) in combination with sulforaphane for the synergistic chemoprevention of pancreatic cancer

Read DDTR's First Inspirational Note: Contraceptive technologies for global health: ethically getting to safe, effective and acceptable options for women and men


ISSN: 2190-3948

Editor-in-Chief:
Maria José Alonso, PhD - University of Santiago de Complotela, Spain