Em. Prof. dr. Jean Paul Remon

Prof. Dr. Jean Paul Remon

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Former director of Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology

Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology
Ottergemsesteenweg460, 9000 Gent (Belgium)
E-mail : JeanPaul.Remon@UGent.be


Prof. dr. Remon was Head of the Department of Pharmaceutics at Ghent University and served as a Full Professor of Pharmaceutical Technology at Ghent University. Further, he was a member of the Registration Commission for Veterinary Drugs.

Previously, Prof. dr. Remon served as the Head of the Faculty Board at Ghent University. Additionally, he is an invited lecturer at the University of Brussels where he teaches a course on drug formulation aspects.

Throughout his career, Prof. dr. Remon has given more than 235 posters and podium presentations surrounding drug delivery and formulation science at scientific meetings including, the American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting, International Symposium on Controlled Release, APGI/APV Conferences on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology..

A renown researcher, Prof. dr. Remon's work has appeared in nearly 200 peer reviewed publications including the Journal of Controlled Release, Annals of the New York Academy of Science, the Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, the Journal of Clinical Microbiology, Pharmaceutical Research and the American Journal of Cardiology. Further, he has secured more than 14 patents covering his research findings.

Prof. dr. Remon is a member of numerous scientific organizations including The Controlled Release Society, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, Belgium Society of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering.

Prof. dr. Remon received a degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences (1973) and a second degree in Industrial Pharmacy (1974) from Ghent University. He also completed his Doctoral Degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences at Ghent University (1981). He was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Keele (UK) (1983) and at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Sciences (US) (1984).