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AAPS Annual Meeting 2015
October 25, 2015 - October 29, 2015
The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists AAPS Annual Meeting 2015 is scheduled to take place October 25-29, 2015 in Orlando, FL.
Highlighted topic areas from the AAPS annual meeting include:
Big Data: Find out how to make more informed decisions about appropriate clinical candidates, optimize dosing regimens and accelerate drug development with cutting-edge techniques such as microdialysis combined with molecular imaging or highly sensitive bioanalysis methods.
Drug Delivery Technology: The range of topics include drug absorption enablement; peptide delivery; delivery to the brain; personalized medicine and more. Learn about the challenges and opportunities that impact all drug delivery formats: oral, parenteral, ocular, transdermal, 3-D printed and more.
Impurities: Examine the challenges of identifying and controlling impurities such as heavy metal and mutagenic impurities to assure purity and potency of the final delivery system.
Microdialysis, Imaging, Target Site: Discuss how using cutting-edge techniques such as microdialysis and molecular imaging link site specific drug concentration and effects and facilitate more informed decisions about appropriate clinical candidates, accelerated drug development and optimized dosing regimens.
Modeling: Sessions examine the application of quantitative model-based drug development, with a specific focus on innovative translational strategies. Modeling approaches such as physiologically-based pharmacokinetic modeling, quantitative systems pharmacology, site-of-action models, and drug and disease modeling and more.
QbD, Regulatory Challenges: Programming delves into regulatory and QbD aspects including the critical quality attributes of global regulatory harmonization, designing state of the art formulation research and development to comply with international regulations.
Transporters: Internationally renowned experts examine the role of transporters in traditional and non-traditional biological barriers such as the eyes; the potential use of transporters as “therapeutic targets”; plus novel strategies resulting from advances in bioinformatics, proteomics and pharmacogenomics.
Please visit the AAPS Annual Meeting 2015 website for more information and registration.