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Former Students of Dr. Gregory T. Knipp, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Industrial & Physical Pharmacy

Purdue University

  • Dec. 2012 - Wyatt Roth: Ph.D. in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Thesis entitled: "Characterization of Human Oligopeptide Transporters and Pediatric Formulations."
  • Oct. 2011 - Lori Ward: Ph.D. in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Thesis entitled: "Characterization of Basal and Di-(2-Ethylhexyl) Phthalate Altered Fatty Acid Transport Across the Human Immortalized Blood-Brain-Barrier Cell Line, hCMEC/D3."
  • July 2011 - Li-Fang Pan: Ph.D. in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Thesis entitled: "Delineating the Potential Effects of Bisphenol A on Placental Fatty Acid Homeostasis."
  • June 2011 - Stephanie Mowery: Ph.D. Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Thesis: "Characterization, Expression, and Functional Analysis of Proton-Dependent Oligopeptide and Pharmaceutically Relevant Transporters."
  • Dec. 2009 - David Lindley: Ph.D. in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Thesis: "Expression and Functional Analysis of Proton-Dependent Oligopeptide Transporter Members."
  • May 2009 - Stephen Carl, Ph.D. in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Thesis: "Investigations into the Molecular and Functional Characteristics of Human Peptide/Histidine Transporter 1."
  • May 2008 - Debanjan Das: Non-Thesis M.S. in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Performed research investigating the effects of phthalate esters on fetal and postnatal brain development, with an emphasis on delineating the roles of phthalates on brain fatty acid homeostasis.
  • Dec. 2006 - Melissa Yarde: M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Thesis: 'The Role of Histamine in Gastrointestinal Disorders."
  • April 2006 - Yan Xu, Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Co-Advised with Dr. Thomas Cook, Thesis: "The Role of Di-(2-Ethylhexyl)-Phthalate and its Metabolites on Fatty Acid Homeostasis in the Rat Placenta."
  • Dec. 2005 - Erin Oliver: Non-Thesis M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Research interests in Regulatory Issues surrounding the development of follow-on biologics.
  • Sept. 2005 - Song Jin, M.S. Non-Thesis M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Research focused on the effects of immunosuppressive agents on atherogenic potential in macrophages as a predictor of clinical outcomes.
  • April 2003 - Qing Wang, Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Thesis: 'The Regulation and Initial Functional Characterization of Long-Chain Fatty Acid Transport."
  • Mar. 2002 - Dea Herrera-Ruiz, Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Thesis: "Investigations into the Molecular and Transport Characteristics of Established and Putative Peptide Transporters."
  • Aug. 2000 - Qi Li, Non-Thesis Masters in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

  • Current Students

  • Sept. 2011–Present - Christopher Kulczar, Graduate Student in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Investigating the relationship between PK of traditional and pediatric dosage formulations in the movement responsive PigTurn model.
  • Aug. 2012-Present - Aimable Ngendahimana, Graduate Student in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Investigating ________.
  • Aug. 2013-Present - Monika Lavan, Graduate Student in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Investigating ________.

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