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King’s College London Professor Ben Forbes describes how PreciseInhale helps his team get better, more relevant results.
Karolinska Institute Assoc. Professor Lena Palmberg explains how PreciseInhale can mimic particles in the lungs so closely.
Karolinska Institute Assistant Professor Swapna Upadahyay emphasizes precision dosing, explaining how the system can dose even nanoparticles precisely.
DR PER GERDE, Founder, CSO
In 1991 Dr Per Gerde faced a dilemma: He needed a machine so sensitive it could show how the tiniest particles of radioactive dust behaved in our lungs when we inhaled them. Such a machine did not exist. So Per Gerde began building it.
Today Dr Gerde is recognized as a world authority on advanced aerosol research. And his invention is used by many proven pioneers worldwide:
Chiesi is one of Italy's leading pharmaceutical companies, and a major developer of inhalation products. Chiesi uses PreciseInhale to characterize the pharmacokinetic properties of Drug Candidates in the early stages of developing drugs.
Karolinska Institutetis highly successful in the field of environmental research, it uses PreciseInhale to expose cells for, for example nanoparticles, in its research into new types of airborne pollutants.
Kings College London is a prestigious university widely considered a leader in inhalation research. Professor Ben Forbes's research team at the University’s Institute of Pharmaceutical Science uses PreciseInhale to help maintain their position as pioneers in the field.
Fraunhofer Item (Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine) is one of the world's leading institutes in environmental research. Fraunhofer ITEM uses PreciseInhale, among other technologies, to perform high-quality cell exposures.
Dow chemicals is one of the world's largest chemical groups. Dow continuously works to understand, measure and map any health risks associated with new types of material, PreciseInhale is an important tool in this work.