Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics
College of Pharmacy
Günther Hochhaus is one of the leading researchers in the field of pulmonary drug delivery. His research focuses on assessing the fate of anti-asthma drugs in the body.
Hochhaus’ research has led to computer stimulations aimed at maximizing the drugs’ effects while minimizing side effects.
“Linking drug design approaches with a rational drug delivery has proven to be a powerful tool in streamlining drug development for inhalation drugs,” Hochhaus says.
Hochhaus’ research has helped to make UF a leader in the field of pulmonary drug delivery and evaluation of asthma drugs.
“We want to make sure that inhalation drugs are designed to provide efficient anti-asthmatic effects with the lowest degree of side effects,” says Hochhaus.
In addition to educating graduate students, Hochhaus has authored or co-authored more than 160 publications and is a fellow of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists.