MEETINGS Listed below are the future JPAG meetings and selected partner meetings.
For past meetings or info on invoices, venue, posters & CPD, see right.
Thursday 11th May 2017The role of MS in impurity profilingRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
In association with the British Mass Spectrometry Society.
Impurities provide no benefit to patients; however, it is pragmatically accepted that complex, multi-stage pharmaceuticals cannot be manufactured without drug substance impurities or that drug products cannot be manufactured and stored without degradation products.
This symposium will explore the role of Mass Spectrometry (MS) in the identification and quantification of the various impurities that can be formed.
This symposium should be of interest to development, production, and academic scientists, as well as contract research organisations (CROs).
Dr Yaling Cheng - Pfizer
Dr Elspeth Gray - MHRA
Dr Sarah James - LGC
Dr Martin Ott - Lhasa
Dr Mark Perkins - Anatune
Dr Andrew Ray - AstraZeneca
Dr Mansoor Saeed - Syngenta
Dr Alec Simpson - GSKDETAILS AND BOOKING
Thursday 22nd June 2017Counterfeit medicinesRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
It is now widely accepted that counterfeiting is a huge and growing challenge of global proportion.
This symposium will take an overview of the problems authenticity must address from three different perspectives:
• The problem Globally
• The critical role of Discovery and Compliance
• The key role that authentic APIs play in Risk Management
each of which will be supported by relevant case studies.
Michael Deats - W.H.O.
Dr Adam Harris - QuintilesIMS
Professor Trevor Jones - King's College London
Kyle Leeman - Pfizer
Kenneth Leiper - Benson Associates
Dr Per Troein - Quintiles IMS
Dr Steve Wicks - Medway Centre for Pharmaceutical SciencesDETAILS AND BOOKING
Thursday 12th October 2017Stability Challenges III: Assuring the stability of medicines from manufacture to useRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
Continuing our successful Stability Challenges series, this is an essential event for anyone concerned with the management and assessment of drug stabilityDETAILS AND BOOKING
Tuesday 28th November 2017The pharmaceutical analysis postgraduate research & careers symposiumRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
JPAG presents its inaugural pharmaceutical analysis symposium for postgraduate students and early career stage scientists. This will provide the opportunity for delegates to showcase their work and network with peers, academics and industrial scientists through podium and poster presentations.The best podium and poster presentations will be recognised with cash prizes up to 500 GBP.
There will also be plenary lectures by leading scientists and an industrial careers exhibition.
See the AWARDS
page for further information on how to present your work.DETAILS AND BOOKING
EXTERNAL EVENT: Tuesday 5th September 2017JPAG at the APS 8th International PharmSci ConferenceDe Havilland Campus, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield
To make a booking go to http://apsgb.orgDETAILS AND BOOKING
APS Developability Workshop
27-28 March 2017
This is an updated version of the successful APS workshop run a few years ago. In it you will learn from a pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics perspective what is required to assess a molecule in discovery and its suitability for ‘candidate selection’; determine how ‘developable’ it is with associated risk, time and cost implications and what is needed to progress it through pre-clinical studies and into Phase 1 and 2a clinical studies to achieve Proof of Concept. The workshop will focus on the formulation and analytical aspects of early stage product development for small molecules for oral delivery in particular and put these activities into context with the other disciplines required to progress an asset.Click here for details and to bookAPS Industrial Insights 2017
Thursday 20th April 2017
Industrial Insights 2017 offers opportunities to network with experienced pharmaceutical scientists including members of the NSFG committee, and have your CV reviewed by an industry professional.
Industrial Insights is organised by The Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences New Scientist Focus Group (NSFG).
Register before 28th February to get early bird discount.Click here for details and to book