Research areas

Drug delivery to the oral cavity can be used both for systemic treatment as well as local treatment of diseases in the oral cavity such as ulcers, fungal or bacterial infections, cancer and dental problems as caries and periodontal infections.

Intestinal drug delivery may be very useful if there exist an absorption window where conditions for absorption of the drug is superior over other parts of the gastrointestinal tract. In addition intestinal drug delivery is very important for treatment of local diseases of the intestinal tract itself especially in the colon.