Sari Airaksinen


    Research areas

  • 317 Pharmacy - Pharmaceutical technology, Industrial pharmacy

Curriculum Vitae

Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Helsinki, Division of pharmaceutical technology, Nov. 2005

Thesis title: Role of excipients in moisture sorption and physical stability of solid pharmaceutical formulations.

Latest publications

  1. Difficulties in administration of oral medication formulations to pet cats: an e-survey of cat owners

    Sivén, M., Savolainen, S., Räntilä, S., Männikkö, S., Vainionpää, M., Airaksinen, S., Raekallio, M., Vainio, O. & Juppo, A. M. 10 Mar 2017 In : Veterinary Record. 180, 10, 6 p., 250

    Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

  2. A novel set of behavioural indicators for measuring perception of food by cats

    Savolainen, S. M., Telkänranta, H., Junnila, J., Hautala, J. K., Airaksinen, S. T. T., Juppo, A. M., Raekallio, M. R. & Vainio, O. 2016 In : Veterinary Journal. 216, p. 53-58 6 p.

    Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

  3. Evaluating optimal combination of clodronate and bioactive glass for dental application

    Rosenqvist, K., Airaksinen, S., Vehkamäki, M. & Juppo, A. M. 1 Jul 2014 In : International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 468, 1-2, p. 112-120 9 p.

    Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

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Latest activities

  1. Supervision of Doctoral thesis: Jaana Hautala

    Airaksinen, S. (Supervisor)
    2010 → …

    Activity: ExaminationSupervisor or co-supervisor of doctoral thesis

  2. Supervision of Master's thesis: Noora Naukkarinen

    Airaksinen, S. (Supervisor)
    2010 → …

    Activity: ExaminationSupervision of other thesis (Master's, Licentiate)

  3. Supervision of Master's thesis: Riikka Korpilahti

    Airaksinen, S. (Supervisor)

    Activity: ExaminationSupervision of other thesis (Master's, Licentiate)

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Latest projects

  1. NIR-Based PAT Applications

    Airaksinen, S., Antikainen, O., Räikkönen, H., Lakio, S., Yliruusi, J., Lipsanen, T. & Närvänen, T.


    Project: Research project

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