Drug Delivery and Formulation America Summit 2012

Venue: : Park Hyatt Aviara Resort

Location: San Diego, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 30, 2012 End Date/Time: May 01, 2012
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Overview:

This year’s multi-streamed sessions include:

• Controlled and modified release technologies for product lifecycle extensions
• Development and optimization of protein formulations
• Preventing aggregation and ensuring stability in biologic formulation
• Out-sourcing and in-licensing
• Regulatory viewpoint on partnerships and safeguarding intellectual property
• Managing relationships in drug delivery partnerships – effective deal structures
• Applications of nanotechnology and particle size reduction in combating issues of bioavailability
• Exploring different routes of administration in enhancing macromolecule delivery

Program highlights include:

• “Applying predictive and simulation modelling in formulation and delivery”
Val Harding, Vice President, Global Pharmaceutical Science, Pfizer
• “Utilizing novel formulation technologies during pre-clinical and clinical development in enhancing solubility” James Dr Pipkin, Sr. Director Product Development, CyDex Pharmaceuticals
• “Deploying a more aggressive approach to pharmaceutical development – an Exelixis Development Model” Dr Khalid Shah, Senior Director, Formulation, Exelixis

View the latest program Here >>> http://www.ddfsummit.com/program

Book your place as a delegate today for US $1995 at http://www.ddfsummit.com/offer

Your delegate package includes:

• Access to all conference sessions including streams and workshops
• Pre-arranged meetings with leading solution providers
• Attend all networking activities
• Hosted Luncheons and drinks receptions
• On-line summit catalog with detailed information on all attendees
• Conference notes on-line for future reference and knowledge sharing

For all delegate and sponsorship enquiries, please email Anna Filippova, Event Marketing Executive anna.filippova@wtgevents.com or call 1 416 214 1707

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