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Cornelius joined the group in May 2016.
His research focus is on the development of Carbon Monoxide Releasing Systems.
The aim is to scale up existing therapeutic gas delivery systems and to improve them in points of (non-)toxicity and pharmacokinetics.
Scientist, Dept. of Pharmacy and Food Chemistry, Chair for Drug Formulation and Delivery, University of Wuerzburg
License to practice Pharmacy
Practical Training, Pfizer manufacturing Deutschland GmbH, Freiburg
Practical Training, public Pharmacy, Luebeck
Studies of Pharmacy, Julius-Maximillians University Wuerzburg
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