Inaugural Oxford Global Inhalation and Respiratory Drug Delivery Congress 2016 London

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  • Oxford Global Con­fer­ences are proud to announce the new Inhala­tion & Res­pi­ra­tory Drug Deliv­ery Con­gress, tak­ing place on 1819 May 2016 at the Kens­ing­ton Close Hotel in Lon­don, UK. The con­gress is an exclu­sive oppor­tu­nity for over 150 drug deliv­ery and for­mu­la­tion experts to exchange their expe­ri­ences, engage in sci­en­tific dis­cus­sions and debate suc­cess sto­ries and solu­tions to improve the inhala­tion and res­pi­ra­tory drug deliv­ery indus­try per­for­mance. Fur­ther­more it will be co-​located with the 2nd Annual For­mu­la­tion & Drug Deliv­ery Con­gress 2016.

    The inhala­tion and res­pi­ra­tory drug deliv­ery mar­ket rep­re­sents a con­tin­u­ously grow­ing area of the global drug deliv­ery indus­try. The rapid growth of the mar­ket is attrib­uted to the unques­tion­able poten­tial of inhaled ther­a­pies, devel­op­ments of ana­lyt­i­cal tools for inhaled med­i­cines and the advance­ments of inhala­tion device tech­nolo­gies that have made inhala­tion drug deliv­ery eas­ier and patient-​friendly. A recent sur­vey has also fore­casted that the global mar­ket for inhala­tion drug deliv­ery tech­nolo­gies will reach $43.9 bil­lion by 2018.

    Speakers

    • Joy Con­way – Res­pi­ra­tory Sci­ences and Lung Imag­ing, Southamp­ton University
    • Peter Daley-​Yates – Clin­i­cal Phar­ma­col­ogy, GlaxoSmithKline
    • Ben Forbes – Phar­ma­ceu­tics , King’s Col­lege London
    • Per Gerde – Inhala­tion Tox­i­col­ogy, Karolin­ska Institutet
    • Yuji Kasuya – Dai­ichi Sankyo
    • Hol­ger Memmesheimer – Res­pi­ra­tory Drug Deliv­ery, Boehringer Ingelheim
    • Bev­er­ley Pat­ter­son – Actavis
    • Robert Price – Phar­ma­ceu­tics, Uni­ver­sity of Bath
    • Jonathan Reid – Phys­i­cal Chem­istry, Uni­ver­sity of Bristol
    • John S. Pat­ton – Dance Pharmaceuticals
    • Louise Sheri­dan – AstraZeneca
    • Janis Shute – Phar­ma­col­ogy, Uni­ver­sity of Portsmouth
    • Jan Olof Svens­son – Inhala­tion, AstraZeneca
    • Frank Thiel­mann – Inhala­tion New Solids, Novartis
    • Mike Tobyn – Bristol-​Myers Squibb
    • Thys van der Molen – Pri­mary Care Res­pi­ra­tory Med­i­cine, Uni­ver­sity of Groningen
    • Clau­dia Vin­cenzi – Res­pi­ra­tory Reg­u­la­tory CMC, Mylan Pharma
    • Andy West – Ex vivo Bioimag­ing UK, GlaxoSmithKline

    Agenda

    On day one our highly dis­tin­guished speak­ers will focus on the key devel­op­ments and for­mu­la­tion of inhaled ther­a­pies. Del­e­gates will have the unique oppor­tu­nity to hear pre­sen­ta­tions cov­er­ing: devel­op­ing a generic inhaled prod­uct, inhaled antibi­otics and achiev­ing an inhaled insulin prod­uct. Future direc­tions in inhala­tion and res­pi­ra­tory drug deliv­ery research as well as reg­u­la­tory updates for inhaled ther­a­pies will also be addressed.

    Day 1 – Devel­op­ment And For­mu­la­tion Of Inhaled Therapies

    • Com­bi­na­tion prod­uct design
    • Achiev­ing an inhaled insulin product
    • Devel­op­ing a generic inhaled product
    • Reg­u­la­tory con­sid­er­a­tions for inhaled therapies
    • Alter­na­tive ther­a­peu­tic fields: inhaled antibiotics
    • Future direc­tions in inhala­tion and res­pi­ra­tory drug deliv­ery research

    On day two del­e­gates will have the unique chance to join high-​level dis­cus­sions about inhala­tion devices and ana­lyt­ics. Our esteemed speak­ers will address topic areas cov­er­ing novel tech­nolo­gies for pul­monary and nasal drug deliv­ery and key advance­ments in ana­lyt­i­cal tools for inhaled ther­a­pies. Pre­sen­ta­tions will also extend to the chal­lenges of devel­op­ing inhala­tion devices as well as updates in improv­ing patient adher­ence with prod­uct design.

    Day 2 – Inhala­tion Devices And Analytics

    • Novel tech­nolo­gies for pul­monary and nasal delivery
    • The chal­lenge of devel­op­ing inhala­tion devices
      • Dry Pow­der Inhalers (DPIs)
      • Metered-​dose inhalers (MDIs)
      • Neb­u­lis­ers
    • Improv­ing patient adher­ence with prod­uct design
    • Estab­lish­ing clear rela­tion­ships between in vitro and in vivo data
    • Ana­lyt­i­cal tools for inhaled medicines

    Sub­mit a Poster

    For atten­dees inter­ested in sub­mit­ting a poster, there are oppor­tu­ni­ties now avail­able. Your poster pre­sen­ta­tion will be located in the exhi­bi­tion room for two days along­side other posters from senior sci­en­tists from the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal indus­try and aca­d­e­mic institutions.

    How to sub­mit your abstract

    We will require:

    • Poster title, Abstract (200 words or less)
    • Prin­ci­pal author, Organisation
    • Mail­ing address, Email, Tele­phone, Fax
    • Addi­tional authors

    In order to secure your board space a fee of £250 plus VAT will be required. The poster should be pre­sented as A0 (841mm x 1189mm) por­trait size. To take advan­tage of this oppor­tu­nity you need to be reg­is­tered as a paid del­e­gate over the 2 days. We have lim­ited spaces avail­able, so please reg­is­ter soon!

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