An upcoming publication in the International Journal of Pharmaceutics investigates using the Parallel Artificial Membrane Permeation Assay (PAMPA) model to assess in vitro skin penetration of pharmaceutical or cosmetic ingredients without using human or animal tissue.
New research from the University of Kansas using Pion’s Scissor technology to test subcutaneous injections of Glatiramer Acetate, the active ingredient in Copaxone®, was published in the Journal of Controlled Release.
In this workshop, our speakers highly experienced with IND filings will discuss systemically the preclinical studies required for small molecule IND filings and the nuts, bolts, and best practices for putting together a high-quality IND package, as well as how to interact with various regulatory agencies.
The UKICRS Symposium is primarily aimed at postgraduate students, postdoctoral research fellows, industrialists and academics working in the the fields of pharmaceutical sciences and drug delivery. The symposium will offer a wide range of opportunities for both young and established scientists to present their latest research and network with others from academia and industry.
The Inaugural West Coast Advancing Drug Development Forum - Making the Impossible, Possible. Like ‘The Inaugural Advancing Drug Development Forum - Making the Impossible, Possible that took place in December in Boston, this inaugural west coast forum program aims to bring together key opinion leaders in biotech and pharma, executive leadership, senior directors, consultants, and a close network of non-competitive CROs and CDMOs to explore together novel solutions, promising technology breakthroughs and how industry introduces and incorporates improved approaches in small molecule drug development.