Start Date: 08/05/2018

End Date: 09/05/2018

Cost: Free

Venue: London

Organiser:

Oxford Global Conferences

Contact Details:

Join Oxford Global’s 4th Annual Formulation & Drug Delivery Congress, 8 – 9 May 2018 in London. A new feature of the revamped 2018 agenda is the expansion of the programme to cover advanced drug delivery devices and the areas of bioanalysis & stabilisation. Leading experts will discuss slow delivery devices for antibodies, needle-free delivery systems as well as updates in auto-injectors. The bioanalysis & stabilisation session will look at such areas as bioanalytical development for large molecules, prediction and characterisation of aggregates and particle-size analysis.

Over 350 senior level experts will be attending the 2018 event to network about the latest developments & participate in presentations covering the below main areas: 

·         Large Molecule Drug Formulation

·         Advances in Drug Delivery

·         New to 2018! Drug Delivery Devices

·         Small Molecule Drug Formulation

·         New to 2018! Bioanalysis and Stabilisation

View Agenda:  http://bit.ly/2zFQHzn

FREE LIVE WEBINARS 2018:

Large Molecule Formulation & Drug Delivery
Hosted by Paresh N. Vadgama, Principal Scientist, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals
Register for Free Now: http://bit.ly/2D1gKjd

Nano-based Oncological Drug Delivery
Hosted by Marianne Ashford, Principal Scientist, Drug Targeting, AstraZeneca
& Constantin-C. Coussios, Statutory Chair of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford
Register for Free Now: http://bit.ly/2AWUtld

Novel Oral Formulation & Drug Delivery
Hosted by Margaret Landis, Associate Research Fellow, Pfizer
& Dennis Douroumis, Director of Centre for Innovation in Process Engineering and Research, University of Greenwich
Register for Free Now: http://bit.ly/2kLIOP1

For further information please email g.alonso@oxfordglobal.co.uk

Link: www.formulation-congress.com/download-agenda/

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