Gus. R. Rosania, PhD is Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Michigan where he has been Principal Investigator of an NIH funded, internationally-recognized research group for the past fifteen years. At the forefront of pharmacokinetics research, his lab has performed pioneering research on the transport mechanisms governing the distribution of poorly soluble small molecule drugs, from cells to whole organisms. He has published over sixty original research articles and is inventor on six patents. He is a member of the editorial board of various pharmaceutical sciences journals and has received numerous awards for his scientific contributions at the interface of chemistry, biology and pharmaceutics.