JPAG - serving its members since 1970
JPAG plans and delivers events that address all aspects of pharmaceutical analysis and related facets of medicine control and registration.
Great value, highly-relevant meetings presented by recognised leading experts in their field
Powerful networking opportunities
Superb and highly convenient locations
Non-profit professional organisation means lower delegate fees
Our only sponsors are our parent professional bodies, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry. NEXT EVENTS:
14th May 2015Antibody drug conjugates: analytical efforts and expectationsRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
Antibody drug conjugates (ADCs) are an exciting and challenging new area of research and are becoming ever more popular across the industry with more than 50 ADCs reported in the clinic. The targeted nature of the molecules makes them extremely suitable for delivering toxic molecules to the target.Members of the Drug Metabolism Discussion Group can register at the members rate.
25th June 2015Challenges in current GMPRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
This programme will focus on current key aspects of GMP, including the evolution of cGMPs since the publication of ICH Q7 in 2000, the potential impact of the ICH Implementation Group and their development of Q&As relating to ICH Q7, and the implications of the EMA Guidelines on shared facilities and exposure limits.
8th October 2015Whats new in the approval and conduct of clinical trials in Europe?Royal Society of Chemistry, London
The implementation of the EU Clinical Trials Directive in May 2004 resulted in significant changes in the approval process and conduct of clinical trials in the EU.
This symposium will describe the changes that are to be introduced by the Regulation, how and when these changes will be implemented, and how this is likely to impact on the attractiveness of the EU for conducting clinical research.
10th December 2015Maximising productivity in pharmaceutical QC and stability testingRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
The pressure to increase productivity in the pharmaceutical industry, whilst maintaining compliance and reducing costs, is relentless. This meeting will examine the role of technologies and continuous improvement techniques in optimising throughput, cycle times and allocation of resources in QC and stability testing laboratories, using expert perspectives and case studies from industry, regulatory agencies and partner organisations.
EXTERNAL EVENT: 31st March 2015PQRI / USP Workshop on Elemental Impurity Requirements in a Global Environment Next StepsUSP Meeting Center, Rockville, Maryland, USA
This workshop will include global experts from industry, regulatory authorities, pharmacopeias and academia who are intimately involved in this area.
EXTERNAL EVENT: 16th April 2015APS Industrial Insights 2015Pfizer (Discovery Park), Sandwich
Two-day conference organised by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Scences
EXTERNAL EVENT: 12th May 2015Advances in bio-separations: biologics characterisation from cradle to graveMedImmune, Cambridge
A two-day conference organised by the Chromatographic Society on the complete characterisation of proteins and peptides
EXTERNAL EVENT: 19th May 2015APS Parkinsons Disease: From Patient to ProductGSK, Ware
Symposium organised by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
EXTERNAL EVENT: 26th May 2015Chemistry in Health Symposium 2015Royal Society of Chemistry, London
A free-to-attend symposium with leading research presented by a number of RSC recent Prize and Award winners and a poster session held over lunch.
EXTERNAL EVENT: 3rd July 2015First look: Analytical Research Forum 2015 Royal Society of Chemistry, London
The Analytical Research Forum provides a high-impact scientific meeting for the UK analytical community with both high-profile speakers and opportunities for younger researchers to present their work and you can be a part of it.
EXTERNAL EVENT: 7th September 2015APS PharmSci 2015East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham
Three-day UK PharmSci Conference
EXTERNAL EVENT: 5th October 2015APS Pharmaceutical Photostability 2015Burleigh Court, Loughborough University LAST EVENT:
A three-day conference organised by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences
19th March 2015Combating counterfeit medicines: the solutionsRoyal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
Sub-standard and counterfeit medicines are a great threat to patient health and safety. They may cause death due to the lack of active drug, as found in some vaccines and antibiotics, or because of the presence of a toxic material, such as the substitution of diethylene glycol for glycerol.
Good speakers with a real flare and enthusiasm for their work, making the presentations very interesting [March 2012]
Overall it was a useful course and nice connection to the science and the advances in pharmaceutical analysis [March 2012]
The facilities and refreshments/food were EXCELLENT thank you [May 2012]
Good venue and well organised - thanks [May 2012]
Good value [February 2013]
Very good standard of presentations [February 2013]
This was a very useful meeting with a wide range of interesting presentations [March 2013]
Good, well-organised and attended day, relevant presentations, interesting comments and discussion [July 2013]
Excellent venue, very good speakers and overall topics highly applicable [October 2013]
Excellent day; very fruitful discussions with new acquaintances [October 2013]
Good variety of topics and delegates [October 2013]
Length of presentations ideal; catering excellent thanks [October 2013]
I thought the symposium was very well balanced to cover all aspects of stability hence it was all very useful [December 2013]
A friendly,informal group of scientists coordinated and attended this meeting makes for an enjoyable experience [February 2014]
A wide-ranging list of topics, good mix of different applications; thank you very enjoyable and informative, great location [March 2014]
Expert presenters with well-illustrated presentations [May 2014]
Excellent symposium; good variation of speakers and content; enjoyable networking opportunity; best one Ive attended; good interactive crowd re QP discretion [July 2014]
I enjoyed it a lot! Very professional I learnt a lot [December 2014]
Very well run meeting; posters and panel discussion very good addition to usual format; very authoritative speakers; nice variety of topics [March 2015]
The event was very professionally organised [March 2015]
The cost of drug counterfeiting
Here is the first in the series of critical views for 2015, helping you keep up to date with current developments in the pharmaceutical industry. "The cost of drug counterfeiting", written by Dr Dave Elder, GSK, member of the JPAG Committee. The art...More...26th February 2015
Postgraduate student bursariesAre you a postgraduate researcher in pharmaceutical or chemical analysis?
If so, did you know that you can now apply for a bursary which provides complimentary registration and assistance with travel costs to attend a JPAG meetin...More...3rd February 2015
Analytical Science Twitter Poster Conference
The RSC has announced a Twitter poster conference
Meet new scientists, share ideas and learn about the latest developments in analytical science. The Analytical Science Twitter Poster Conference on the 5th and 6th February is an event being held ...More...24th January 2015
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