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We are pleased to announce the inaugural John L. Haslam, PhD, Special Topics in Formulation Series.  This series honors John Haslam and his continuous recognition of the importance of dosage form development (traditional solid, controlled release, and specialized solution). We are pleased to have Greg Amidon, PhD as the lecturer for the series on solid dosage form development.  The series is hosted by the KU Pharmaceutical Chemistry Department with generous help from the John L Haslam Fund for Formulation Education and Research on Pharmaceutical Chemistry at KU Endowment.  This link provides registration and course overview details.


3-day series will be held Wednesday, May 24th through Friday, May 26th in the Auditorium of Simons Laboratories on KU’s West Campus.  The lecture schedule includes sessions from 9:00 am – Noon on Wednesday, May 24th, Thursday, May 25th, and Friday, May 26th.  A reception will be held on Friday afternoon at 3:30 pm.  Those who are seeking transcript credit for the course should also plan to attend afternoon sessions from 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm on Thursday and Friday. 

All participants are required to register.  There is no charge for attending this formulation series. A suggested donation of $250 per person to the “Haslam Fund for Formulation Education and Research in Pharmaceutical Chemistry” fund via KU Endowment is greatly appreciated. To donate, go to KU Endowment: Haslam, or www.kuendowment.org and in designations select "Other (please specify below)," then enter "John Haslam Fund" in the "Other purpose field." 

If you would like to have this show up on your transcript, and receive course credit for attending this formulation series, you should enroll in PHCH 850 “Pharmaceutical Materials Science: Application to the Development of Pharmaceutical Solids” for the Summer 2023 semester. IMPORTANT: Tuition charges will apply.

Colleagues described John as a hands-on, tireless inquisitor whose curiosity led to all kinds of formulations and drug delivery systems and devices, as well the ability to make and modify the equipment necessary to analyze the performance of these dosage forms and systems. His contributions to young scientists, as he patiently worked with graduate students in the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, was exemplary of John’s giving nature.

To learn more about Dr. Haslam see this link: (https://today.ku.edu/2022/07/26/university-community-remembers-longtime-researcher-john-haslam

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