The conference agenda is nearly complete with
- Two keynote speakers (Dr. Steven Colgan, Pfizer, and Professor Stephen Byrn, Purdue University)
- Five Roundtables on topics that include: Oligonucleotides/Gene Therapy/RNAi, 3D Printing Applications for Pharmaceutics, DMPK of Large Molecules, Analytical Characterization of Biologics, Peptides, and Oligonucleotides, Advances in Small Molecule Drug Delivery
- Six Academic Research Award presentations by graduate students from St. John’s University, University of Connecticut, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, who will compete for $1000 first prize and $500 second and third prizes for best presentations
- Twelve Short Topic Presentations on a diverse variety of topics such as taste masking, local delivery of antibodies, drug discovery, solubility and dissolution of BCS Class II drugs, cancer biomarkers, and many more.