Paper: In vitro investigation of inhalation delivery of nebulized liposomes
Ondrej Mišík is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Thermodynamics and Environmental Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, the Brno University of Technology in the Czech Republic where he works on the topic of aerosol deposition and transport in the human lungs under the supervision of Dr. František Lízal. He finished his master studies at the Brno University of Technology in 2019. He started to work in the field of therapeutical aerosols in 2016 with his bachelor's thesis dedicated to inhaler testing.
Ondrej Mišík works on the topic of aerosol deposition and transport both experimentally and using Computational Fluid and Particle Dynamics (CFPD) tools. In 2022 he spent 6 months at the Centre for Energy Research, Budapest, Hungary under the supervision of Dr. Arpád Farkas on the topic of CFPD simulations of aerosol radon progeny deposition within the human lungs. The work presented at DDL 2022 conference was worked out in the collaboration with Faculty of Chemistry, the Brno University of Technology on the topic of liposomal drug carriers for a nebulizer treatment. This work included the test of liposomal vesicle resistance against the nebulization process and subsequently the deposition of nebulized liposomal systems inside realistic upper airways replica.