Edit Benke obtained her Master’s degree in Pharmacy and she is currently in her final year of Ph.D. study at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Regulatory Affairs, University of Szeged, Hungary. She is also a member of the Nanotechnological Research Group in Interdisciplinary Centre of Excellence, University of Szeged, Hungary. The topic of her research is the development of carrier-based and carrier-free dry powder inhalation systems containing antibiotic and anti-inflammatory drugs. She has published 10 articles (six times as the first author) in high-quality journals e.g. Pharmaceutics, European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, cumulative IF: 19.224. She has presented her work in more than 20 verbal presentations and 8 poster communications at various national and international conferences/ symposiums. She attended the 6th International Workshop on Lung Health in Nice (2019): Asthma & COPD. New approaches to respiratory diseases. Furthermore, as a member of SimInhale COST Action MP1404, she participated in the “Particle Engineering and Device Development for Pulmonary Drug Delivery: What is New?” of the “Simulation and pharmaceutical technologies for advanced patient-tailored inhaled medicines” workshop in Belgrade (2018) and at the 5th Workshop on Pulmonary Drug Delivery and 1st SimInhale Summer School in Dublin (2018). She was involved in three scientific projects. Her work has so far been recognized with more than 20 awards or scholarships. Within the framework of the CEEPUS scholarship, she carried out a study trip for 5 weeks at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmacy, University of Graz (2020).