Dr. Dalby’s work has been published in a wide range of peer-reviewed journals. A selection of his publications is provided below.

Manuscripts:

Methodology for the In Vitro Evaluation of the Delivery Efficiency from Valved Holding Chambers with Facemasks; Zhen Xu, Wenchi Hsu, Dirk von Hollen, Ashwin Viswanath, Kurt Nikander and Richard Dalby (In publication, Journal of Aerosols in Medicine and Pulmonary Drug Delivery, Manuscript ID is JAMP-2013-1074).

Automated Actuation of Nasal Spray Products: Effect of Hand Related Variability on the In Vitro Performance of Flonase® Nasal Spray; Diane V. Doughty, Wenchi Hsu and Richard N. Dalby. Accepted by Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy (2013). DOI:10.3109/03639045.2013.777735.

Development of Respimat and its Clinical Utility in Respiratory Disorders, R N Dalby, J Eicher and B Zierenberg, Medical Devices: Evidence and Research. Medical Devices: Vol 1, No 4, pages 145–155, 2011.

Effect of Various Formulation and Administration Related Factors on Deposition Pattern of Nasal Spray Pumps. Vipra Kundoor and Richard N. Dalby. Pharmaceutical Research, Volume 28, Number 8, 1895-1904, 2011. PMID: 21499839.

Automated Actuation of Nasal Spray Products: Determination and Comparison of Adult and Pediatric Settings.  D. V. Doughty, C. Vibbert, M. E. Bollinger, A. Kewalramani and R. N. Dalby. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy. Vol. 37, No. 3, pages 359-366, 2010.

Thousand Years of Pharmaceutical Aerosol’s Conference Paper. Deposition, imaging and clearance: What remains to be done? Aerosol Medicine and Pulmonary Drug Delivery, Volume 23, Suppl 2, pages 1-19, 2010.

Assessment of Facial and Ocular Deposition of Nebulized Aerosol Using a Color Based Method. Vipra Kundoor and Richard N. Dalby. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, Pages 1-5, June 2010. PMID: 20545511.

Demonstrating Bioequivalence of Locally Acting Orally Inhaled Drug Products (OIPs):  Workshop Summary Report, Cosponsored by Product Quality Research Institute (PQRI) and Inhalation and Nasal Technology Focus Group (INTFG). Wallace P. Adams, Richard C. Ahrens, Mei-Ling Chen, David Christopher, Badrul A. Chowdhury, Dale P. Conner, Richard Dalby, Kevin Fitzgerald, Leslie Hendeles, Anthony J. Hickey, Günther Hochhaus, Beth L. Laube, Paul Lucas, Sau L. Lee, Svetlana Lyapustina, Bing Li, Dennis O’Connor, Neil Parikh, David A. Parkins, Prasad Peri, Gary R. Pitcairn, Michael Riebe, Partha Roy, Tushar Shah, Gur Jai Pal Singh, Sandra Suarez Sharp, Julie D. Suman, Marjolein Weda, Janet Woodcock and Lawrence Yu. J. Aerosol Medicine and Pulmonary Drug Delivery. Volume 23, Number 1, pp. 1–29, 2010.

Assessment of Nasal Spray Deposition Pattern In A Silicone Human Nose Model Using A Color Based Method. Vipra Kundoor and Richard Dalby. Pharmaceutical Research, Volume 27, Number 1, Pages 30-36. January, 2010. DOI: 10.1007/s11095-009-0002-4.

UEffect of Flexible Dip-tubes and Shaking on Spray Weight Consistency in Nasal SpraysUH. Diane Doughty, Lei Li and Richard N. Dalby. J. Aerosol Medicine and Pulmonary Drug Delivery, Volume 23, Number 2, pages 69-75, 2010.

Abstracts:

Novel Approach to an Assessment Committee. Lisa Lebovitz, Fadia T. Shaya and Richard N. Dalby. AACP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. July 2013.

Relationship between Student Confidence and Cumulative GPA Upon Completion of Didactic PharmD Coursework. Lisa Lebovitz, Stuart T. Haines, Deborah A. Sturpe, David S. Roffman and Richard N. Dalby. AACP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. July 2013.

Valved Holding Chambers and Facemask Systems: The Relationship of Facemask Leakage and in vitro Drug Delivery Efficiency. Zhen Xu, Wenchi Hsu, Dirk von Hollen, Ashwin Viswanath, Kurt Nikander and Richard Dalby. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, October 2012.

Assessment of Facemask Seal Leakage from Six VHC Systems on Two Pediatric Simulated Anatomical Models Under Simulated Breathing Conditions. Z. Xu, D. von Hollen, W.Hsu, K. Nikander and R. Dalby. European Respiratory Society, Vienna, Austria. September 2012.

Delivery Efficiency from Valved Holding Chambers with Facemasks: A Comparative Study Using Soft Anatomical Face Models. Zhen Xu, Wenchi Hsu, Dirk von Hollen, Ashwin Viswanath, Kurt Nikander and Richard N Dalby. In Respiratory Drug Delivery 2012, Richard N. Dalby, Peter R. Byron, Joanne Peart, Julie Suman, Stephen Farr and Paul Young, Editors, Davis Healthcare International Publishing, Vol 3, pp 809-814 (2012).

Statistically Significant Improvement in Inhaler Technique Among Patient Volunteers Using an Instrumented Inhaler. Wenchi Hsu, Lin Hao, Mona Tsoukleris, Jill Morgan, Mary Bollinger, Francoise Pradel & Richard Dalby. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 2011.

Preliminary Evaluation of an Automated Andersen Cascade Impactor – The “A3G”. Zhen Xu, Rajesh Maheshwari, Krishna Maheshwari & Richard Dalby. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 2011.

Breath by Breath Delivered Dose Comparison from Three Valved Holding Chambers with Facemasks Under Simulated Pediatric Breathing Conditions. W. Hsu, D von Hollen, Z. Xu, T Bei, K Nikander and R Dalby. European Respiratory Society, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. September 2011.

Does an Integrated Curriculum Lead to Improved Confidence to Practice? Raymond C. Love University of Maryland; Lisa Lebovitz, Yunting Fu, and Richard Dalby, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. AACP Annual Meeting. San Antonio, Texas. July 2011.

Evaluation of Delivery Efficiency from a Valved Holding Chamber with Facemask under Simulated Conditions. Wenchi Hsu, Zhen Xu, Dirk von Hollen, Tao Bai, Kurt Nikander and Richard Dalby. In Respiratory Drug Delivery Europe 2011, Richard N. Dalby, Peter R. Byron, Joanne Peart, Julie Suman and Paul Young, Editors, Davis Healthcare International Publishing, May 2011.

Comparative Analysis of In-use Actuation Parameters with In Vitro Performance of Nasal Spray Pumps. Gerallt Williams, Richard N. Dalby and Diane V. Doughty. In Respiratory Drug Delivery Europe 2011, Richard N. Dalby, Peter R. Byron, Joanne Peart, Julie Suman and Paul Young, Editors, Davis Healthcare International Publishing, May 2011.

The Effect of Particle Size and Shape on Drug Uptake and Release of Nasal Suspension Formulations. Feiyan Jin and Richard N. Dalby. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2010.

Using an Instrumented Inhaler as a Training Aid to Improve Inhaler Technique Among Patient Volunteers. Wenchi Hsu, Mona Tsoukleris, Jill Morgan, Mary E. Bollinger & Richard N. Dalby. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2010.

Cross-Course Testing – Concept and Implementation of Coordinated Quizzes
at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Lisa Lebovitz, Douglas A. Nutter, Yunting Fu, David S. Roffman & Richard Dalby. AACP Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, July 2010.

In Vitro Beclomethasone Dipropionate Dissolution and Uptake Rates From Nasal Suspensions Comprised of Differing Primary Drug Particle Sizes. Feiyan Jin and Richard Dalby. Richard N. Dalby, Diane Doughty and Vipra Kundoor. In Respiratory Drug Delivery 2010, Orlando, FL. Richard N. Dalby, Peter R. Byron, Joanne Peart, Julie Suman and Paul Young, Editors, Davis Healthcare International Publishing, April 2010.

Realistic Evaluation of a Valved Holding Chamber with Facemask – Using a Soft Anatomical Model Face to Evaluate Aerosol Output Under Simulated Use Conditions. Wenchi Hsu, Tao Bai, Dirk von Hollen, Kurt Nikander and Richard Dalby. In Respiratory Drug Delivery 2010, Orlando, FL. Richard N. Dalby, Peter R. Byron, Joanne Peart, Julie Suman and Paul Young, Editors, Davis Healthcare International Publishing, April 2010.