ULLA Textbooks: ULLA Series in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Between 2009 and 2015, 9 state-of-the-art textbooks for students and researchers in pharmaceutical sciences were published as the "ULLA Series in Pharmaceutical Sciences" (formerly "ULLA Pharmacy Series"). They were all written or edited by world-reknown experts based within the ULLA Consortium.

The books provide an overview and critical appraisal of core areas within the fast developing fields of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences and aim at setting standards in these fields. The books are tailored most importantly towards PhD students and other postgraduate students undertaking masters or diploma courses anywhere in the world. They are equally suited for undergraduates studying specific courses and for practising pharmaceutical scientists and community pharmacists. 

 

 

2015

Ethnopharmacology

edited by Michael Heinrich and Anna K. Jäger

2014

Global new drug development: An introduction

Jan A. Rosier, Mark A. Martens and Josse R. Thomas

2013

Inhalation Drug Delivery. Techniques and Products

edited by: Paolo Colombi, Daniela Traini and Francesca Buttini, University of Parma

2011

Facilitating Learning in Healthcare

 

edited by: Sarah Carter, University of London School of Pharmacy

2010

Biomedical and Pharmaceutical polymers

edited by: Denis Labarre, Gilles Ponchel and Christine Vauthier, University Paris South, Faculty of Pharmacy

2009

Molecular Biopharmaceutics

edited by: Bente Steffansen, Birger Brodin, Carsten Uhd Nielsen, The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

2008

International Research in Healthcare

edited by: Felicity Smith, School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK, Sally-Anne Francis, School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK, Ellen Schafheutle, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester, UK

2007

Paediatric Drug Handling

edited by Ian Costello, St George's Hospital, UK, Paul F. Long, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK, Catherine Tuleu, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK, and Vincent Yeung, Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, UK

Paediatric Drug Handling is written for new pharmaceutical scientists and is designed to provide a background in paediatric pharmacy and a comprehensive introduction to children's medication.

2006

Pharmaceutical Toxicology

edited by Gerard J Mulder, Leiden Amsterdam Center for Drug Research (LACDR), Leiden University, Netherlands and Lennart Dencker, Usppsala University, Sweden

Pharmaceutical Toxicology is a textbook with a focus on medicinal drugs. It covers the most important safety issues of drugs including mechanisms of toxicity and registration requirements.

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