2013 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2002 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
2000 - Fellow of Biomaterials Science and Engineering
Her primary areas of study are Polymer, Microsphere, Drug delivery, Controlled release and Polymer chemistry. The various areas that she examines in her Polymer study include Layer, Zinc and Sebacic acid. Her studies in Microsphere integrate themes in fields like Solvent, Enteric coating, Bioinformatics, Pharmaceutical technology and Membrane.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Biophysics and Bioerodible polymers in addition to Drug delivery. She works mostly in the field of Controlled release, limiting it down to topics relating to Drug carrier and, in certain cases, Polyanhydrides and Biotechnology. Her Polymer chemistry research includes elements of Interfacial polymerization and Aqueous solution.
Edith Mathiowitz mostly deals with Polymer, Drug delivery, Polymer chemistry, Bioadhesive and Microsphere. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Controlled release, Membrane and Solvent. Her Controlled release research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Composite material, Polyamide and Drug carrier.
Her Drug delivery study deals with Pharmacology intersecting with In vivo. Her research on Polymer chemistry also deals with topics like
Edith Mathiowitz mainly investigates Drug delivery, Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology, Pharmacology and Polymer. Her Drug delivery study combines topics in areas such as Biodegradable polymer, Composite material, Stem cell and Controlled release. Her Biomedical engineering research incorporates themes from Microstructure and A protein.
When carried out as part of a general Nanotechnology research project, her work on Coating is frequently linked to work in Biocompatible material, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The concepts of her Pharmacology study are interwoven with issues in Intestinal mucosa and Furosemide. In the field of Polymer, her study on Bioadhesive overlaps with subjects such as Particle.
Her primary areas of investigation include Drug delivery, Pharmacology, Microfiber, Controlled release and Composite material. Edith Mathiowitz frequently studies issues relating to Biodegradable nanoparticles and Drug delivery. Her work in Pharmacology addresses subjects such as Intestinal mucosa, which are connected to disciplines such as Gastrointestinal tract, Bioavailability, Biodegradable polymer and Thick wall.
Her Microfiber research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ultimate tensile strength, Bovine serum albumin, Spinning and Emulsion. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Ultimate tensile strength, Polymer is strongly linked to Polyester. Her Polymer research includes elements of Amino acid, Phenylalanine and Polymer chemistry.
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Biologically erodable microspheres as potential oral drug delivery systems
Edith Mathiowitz;Jules S. Jacob;Yong S. Jong;Gerardo P. Carino.
Encyclopedia of Controlled Drug Delivery
Controlled and modulated release of basic fibroblast growth factor
Elazer R. Edelman;Edith Mathiowitz;Robert Langer;Michael Klagsbrun.
Oral insulin delivery.
Gerardo P Carino;Edith Mathiowitz.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (1999)
Bioadhesive microspheres and their use as drug delivery and imaging systems
Edith Mathiowitz;Donald E. Chickering;Jules Serge Jacob.
Method for producing protein microspheres.
Edith Mathiowitz;Howard Bernstein;Eric Morrel;Kirsten Schwaller.
Protein microspheres and methods of using them
Howard Bernstein;Eric Morrel;Edith Mathiowitz;Kirsten Schwaller.
Preparation of multiwall polymeric microcapsules
Edith Mathiowitz;Robert S. Langer.
Nanosphere based oral insulin delivery
Gerardo P Carino;Jules S Jacob;Edith Mathiowitz.
Journal of Controlled Release (2000)
Polyanhydride microspheres as drug carriers. II. Microencapsulation by solvent removal
E. Mathiowitz;W. M. Saltzman;A. Domb;Ph. Dor.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science (1988)
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