Ken Audus has been named as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. He is the professor of pharmaceutical chemistry in University of Kansas and former School of Pharmacy dean.
Audus will be the 14th editor of the publication that was founded in 1852. He replaces Ron Borchardt, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, who has served as editor-in-chief since 2001.
The Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences publishes original research papers, research notes, topical reviews, editorial commentary and news. Topics include chemical processing of pharmaceuticals, chemical stability of drugs, pharmacokinetics, biopharmaceutics, pharmacodynamics, protein-peptide chemistry and biotechnology specifically as these are related to pharmaceutical technology. Approximately 1,200 manuscripts are submitted to the journal each year. Of those, about 400 are accepted and published.
Audus is the author or co-author of more than 165 research papers in the pharmaceutical sciences on cell and tissue barriers and drug delivery topics. He is an American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Fellow, and has served as an associate editor and editor for Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences since 2006.
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