The Laboratory is engaged in the development of methods for the formulation of disperse systems primarily intended for non-traditional methods of introducing drugs into living organisms. There are three ways for the formulation of disperse systems to take place: controlled evaporation and condensation of the drug, freeze-drying and controlled thermal decomposition of the precursor.

Laboratory results:

  • physico-mathematical model of the flow and deposition of nanoaerosol drug forms in the bronchial tree and human lung alveoli;
  • a molecular dynamics model of nanoparticle formation during condensation;
  • the development of an inhalation method for the treatment of hypotension and inflammatory diseases that demonstrated high efficiency and reduced the therapeutic dose by several orders of magnitude;
  • created a soluble form of the domestic anti-tuberculous drug "Perchlorozon" that at a very high dissolution rate has a solubility twice that of perchlorozone.  
Laboratory Head: B. M. Fomin, Ph.D., Academician

Department of Physics, NSU
Department of Natural Sciences, NSU
Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Siberian Division Russian Academy of Science
Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion, Siberian Division Russian Academy of Science
Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry, Siberian Division Russian Academy of Science