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Accessing Drug Delivery Systems

  December 15, 2005  
Jacob Fleming Conferences, Amsterdam
20th & 21st March 2006

Drug delivery is a complex task. Poorly soluble compounds represent an estimated 60% of compounds in development and many major marketed drugs. Solubility issues complicating the delivery of new drugs also affect the delivery of many existing drugs. Experts from leading Pharma & Biotech companies will present, discuss and examine the different types of drug delivery systems and provide you with the insight into emerging or advanced drug delivery approaches that they use.
Uncover best practice strategies to enhance drug solubility and permeability and network with about 60 decision makers from companies representing the drug delivery field of nowadays, as the ability to deliver poorly soluble drugs grows and will grow in significance in the coming years.

Key topics:
Main principles of drug solubility, dissolution, permeability and their influence on absorption
Diabetes from drug delivery point of view – assessing drug delivery systems
NanoCrystal Technology for poorly water soluble drugs
Drug delivery as a method of Life Cycle Management

Organized by: Jacob Fleming Conferences
Invited Speakers: Key Speakers:
Peter Hoffmann, Vice President New Technology Development, Genzyme Corp.
Joerg Breitenbach, Director & Head, Drug Delivery Business (SOLIQS), Abbott Laboratories
Tim Seiffert, Head of Drug Substance Analysis and Smart Chemistry Support, Schwarz Pharma
Richard Green, Associate Research Fellow, Pfizer Global R&D
and many more...
Deadline for Abstracts: see dates
Registration: Multiple bookings discount
E-mail: martin.manik@jacobfleming.com
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