Background & Training
Dr. Croyle graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1992 with a B.S. in pharmacy and is a licensed pharmacist in Pennsylvania and Michigan. After receiving her Ph.D. in pharmaceutics under the direction of Dr. Gordon Amidon at the University of Michigan in 1997, she received a National Research Service Award from the NIH for training in gene therapy for cystic fibrosis and accepted a postdoctoral position with Dr. James Wilson at the University of Pennsylvania's Institute for Human Gene Therapy.
Prior to her graduate training, Dr. Croyle worked at several pharmaceutical companies and developed novel formulations for various protein and peptide-based compounds.
Dr. Croyle currently is part of the United States Pharmacopeia Council of Experts in the Cell, Gene and Tissue Therapies Committee, is the Vice Chair of The University of Texas Institutional Biosafety Committee and routinely serves on the Adenovirus and DNA Viruses Abstract Review Committee for the American Society of Gene Therapy. She also moderates sessions from this section during their annual scientific meeting.
She is a member of several scientific societies including the Controlled Release Society, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, American Society for Microbiology, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, American Society for Gene Therapy and the International Society of Lyophilization. She has currently published 31 peer-reviewed papers and 2 book chapters on her work in the area of virus mediated gene delivery.
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College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
2409 University Ave.
Austin, TX, USA
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