The Croyle Lab

The laboratories of Maria A. Croyle RPh., PhD.
The University of Texas at Austin's College of Pharmacy

Dr Maria A. Croyle RPh., PhD is a Professor of Pharmaceutics at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy where she has lead a busy research lab in pursuit of a single-dose, long-lasting Adenovirus-based Ebola vaccine, as well as studies in drug metabolism, novel vaccine formulations and other viral vectors.
Her students have come from all over the world to be challenged by the plethora of skill sets represented in such an innovative research environment.

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Croyle Awarded $75k Janssen Award from J&J Next Gen Supply Chain Quickfire Challenge

Dr Croyle received a grant of $75,000 from the Johnson and Johnson Next Gen Supply Chain Quickfire Challenge and was recognized in front of industry peers for bringing forward a potential solution to key manufacturing and supply chain challenges that addresses the issues of cost and reliability in healthcare supply chains.

Dr Croyle’s winning solution is a physical film that has been shown to protect vaccines at room temperature and may have the same effect on monoclonal antibodies, which could be of great benefit in pharmaceutical Supply Chain. This innovation potentially could eliminate the need for refrigeration of some APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients) and finished products—allowing for easier, less costly storage and transportation, as well as easier delivery to patients in remote areas across the globe and emerging markets.

Updated:  July 19, 2017 by SCS