Mateusz Kurek PhD

Contact Information
Pharm. D. Mateusz Kurek
Chair of Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmaceutics
Faculty of Pharmacy
Jagiellonian University Medical College
ul. Medyczna 9, 30-688 Kraków, Poland
tel. 12 62-05-606

Participation in Grants:
K/MNT/000265 – MINIATURA 7 – “Mathematical analysis of spectroscopic data obtained in-line in the melt extrusion process – scientific internship at the University of Copenhagen” – Principal Investigator
UMO-2015/16 /W/NZ7/00404– SYMFONIA 3 – “Influence of physical processes and excipients on the characteristic properties of poorly water-soluble medicinal substances” – Executor

UMO-2018/31/B/ST8/01327 – OPUS 16 – “Study of polymer matrices with medicinal substances obtained by 3D printing technique” – Executor
DEC-2012/07/D/NZ7/01673 – SONATA 4 – “Characterization of hydrophilic matrices containing phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors under in vitro/in vivo conditions” – Executor

Selected Publications:
1. Kurek M., Woyna-Orlewicz K., Khalid M. H., Jachowicz R.: Optimization of furosemide liquisolid tablets preparation leading to their mass and size reduction. Acta Pol Pharm, 73, 2016, 1325-1331.
2. Jamróz, W., Szafraniec, J., Kurek, M., Jachowicz, R., 2018. 3D Printing in Pharmaceutical and Medical Applications – Recent Achievements and Challenges. Pharm. Res. 35.
3. Jamróz, W., Kurek, M., Czech, A., Szafraniec, J., Gawlak, K., Jachowicz, R., 2018. 3D printing of tablets containing amorphous aripiprazole by filaments co-extrusion. Eur. J. Pharm. Biopharm. 131, 44–47.
4. Szafraniec J, Antosik A, Knapik-Kowalczuk J, Chmiel K, Kurek M, Gawlak K, Odrobińska J, Paluch M, Jachowicz R. 2019. The Self-Assembly Phenomenon of Poloxamers and Its Effect on the Dissolution of a Poorly Soluble Drug from Solid Dispersions Obtained by Solvent Methods. Pharmaceutics. 2019 Mar 19;11(3):130.
5. Jamróz W, Kurek M, Szafraniec-Szczęsny J, Czech A, Gawlak K, Knapik-Kowalczuk J, Leszczyński B, Wróbel A, Paluch M, Jachowicz R. 2020. Speed it up, slow it down. An issue of bicalutamide release from 3D printed tablets. Eur J Pharm Sci. 2020 Feb 15;143:105169.
6. Jamróz, W.; Pyteraf, J.; Kurek, M.; Knapik-Kowalczuk, J.; Szafraniec-Szczęsny, J.; Jurkiewicz, K.; Leszczyński, B.; Wróbel, A.; Paluch, M.; Jachowicz, R. Multivariate Design of 3D Printed Immediate-Release Tablets with Liquid Crystal-Forming Drug—Itraconazole. Materials 2020, 13, 4961.
7. Pyteraf J, Jamróz W, Kurek M, Szafraniec-Szczęsny J, Kramarczyk D, Jurkiewicz K, Knapik-Kowalczuk J, Tarasiuk J, Wroński S, Paluch M, Jachowicz R. How to Obtain the Maximum Properties Flexibility of 3D Printed Ketoprofen Tablets Using Only One Drug-Loaded Filament? Molecules. 2021 May 22;26(11):3106.

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